When I first heard that the next Far Cry was going to involve fighting back against a group of religious extremist militants who have taken over a rural countryside and are executing anyone who doesn't submit to their beliefs, I thought we were going to be fighting ISIS.
But nope! It's...
Playing the original has become impractical
As much as I'd love to unearth my PS2 and plug it back into my TV, I just think it's easier having MGS3 ready to go in my PS3. Emulation is always an option, but that has its own technical annoyances.
It comes with another game that...
Remember Me. That game DONTNOD made before Life is Strange. It was a pretty good action adventure with a fun Arkham inspired combat system and GORGEOUS art direction. A solid 7/10, but totally worth a play if you can get it for cheap.
Anyway, the feature that really piqued my interest...
So there's a game called Fuel that came out in 2009 for the PS3, XB360 and PC. It's a racing game whose major selling point is that it's set inside an open world that's the size of Connecticut, always showing up on those images that compare the relative sizes of open world games.
Let's get one thing straight:
Backing a Kickstarter (or IndieGogo, or GoFundMe, or Fig, or whatever) is the same thing as pre-ordering, but worse. You could pre-order a game that's slated for release in the next three months and still be almost completely sure that it will be out on time...
I'm going to suggest Umineko no Naku Koro ni. It's basically a supernatural murder mystery about a rich family with a (metaphorical) skeleton army in the closet. Witches are involved. Or not.
2) All the major characters have long narrative arcs.
4) There are...
Wasp Movie confirmed to involve costume of sort
As for the three mystery movies, I find it simpler to just take a trip to the Marvel Wiki and hit the Random Page Button. My guesses are:
Ghost Flyer, a WW2 pilot version of Ghost Rider
An AU version of Iron Fist
And an AU version of...
So... Instead of exchanging money for a product that's a known quantity, I just throw $12 a month at Humble and they just pull a couple of Steam Keys out of a hat to give me?
I could never get behind the idea for Loot Crate. For ~$25 a month, I get a monthly box full of geek junk; mostly...
I haven't touched WoW since terminating my account on January 15th 2007, the day Burning Crusade came out. I had realized that I was bored of it a few weeks before that, and I never looked back. In fact, save for a month of the Shin Megami Tensei IMAGINE closed beta (RIP IN...
Hunter the Reckoning
I played a demo of that on PS2. It was kind of fun. Kind of Gauntlet-ish...
Is it wrong that I can never tell the difference between any of these games (besides the ugly original)?
Certainly had it's moments...
Dark Souls 1
Played through the PC version. I honestly Demons Souls better.
I'll replay this someday. Preferably not the PSX version.
Gta san Andreas
Definitely the best of the series, at least until GTAV.
Alien Hominid ps2
Played the flash original to...
I remember looking at the software list for Ouya and thinking to myself 'Wow... All of these are already on PC'. My scepticism probably began when I was watching a trailer for it and saw an icon for Canabalt in the launch menu.
Don't get me wrong. Canabalt is a good, fun little game... But...
Great, especially since it was supposed to come out LAST APRIL!
Seriously, my favourite feature of Kickstarter is how the 'Estimated Delivery' dates are set in stone.
Ever since RPS decided to put Molyneux in the hot seat over the shameful performance of Godus, I've been wondering why game...