Beyond Two Souls is a very unique game. Usually when looking at and reviewing a game there is a great deal out there to compare and contrast it with. You have other points of reference to help in your examination of the game and your feelings towards it. You can look at what its competitors have done and how the specific game you are discussing either succeeds or fails against them in shared traits as well as what it does in an attempt to stand out. Beyond Two Souls as a whole stands out Continue Reading
Rumors began swirling when it was reported in a magazine that Mass Effect 3 would feature some kind of multiplayer. No one knew what it was or how it was going to be utilized in the game. These rumors can now be put to rest as BioWare, the series’ Canadian developer, has revealed what these additions to their successful space adventure are.
I was a late bloomer to adopting Dark Souls’ predecessor Demon’s Souls. I bought it over the Summer after looking up the top titles coming out in the next few months (I was Skyrim hungry; who isn’t?). Dark Souls popped up in my search, and after watching a few E3 demos, I decided that the firstborn of this family was worth, at the very least, trying out.
The juicy bits were plentiful in a recent interview between DigitalFoundry and Tim Willits, the creative director behind id Software. Unfortunately it ended on the sobering note that Xbox 360 users of the upcoming Rage would face a three-disc package. While that means loads of content, it also means that… well… you’ll have to get off the coach sometimes. Ah, the hardships of the wasteland. Continue Reading
Relax and clear your mind, take a trip to the incredibly beautiful island of Banoi, located off the coast of Papua New Guinea. Stay in the extravagant Palms Resort, where dreams come true and the party never stops. New surprises await you at every corner featuring celebrities and a population of very colorful natives, what could possibly go wrong? A zombie outbreak of course!
Great news from Sony, as word was just released that later this week, probably one of the most famous, influential, and beloved RPG’s in history will be available on the PSN. In case you didn’t catch the games Super Nintendo release in 1995, or the 1999 Play Station port of the game (which added amazing animated cutscenes), or the 2008 Nintendo DS port, or the WII Virtual console release of the game earlier this year, don’t worry, Sony will be giving you yet another chance to partake in this epic time traveling saga. Thats right, Chrono Trigger, the RPG from Square Enix, will be making yet another comeback, this time on the Play Station Network. The game was developed by Square Enix’s self proclaimed “Dream Team”: Akira Toriyama, famed for his artwork on Dragon Quest and Dragon Ball; Hironobu Sakaguchi, creator of the Final Fantasy series, and Yuji Horii, creator of the Dragon Quest series. The combination of the efforts of the aforementioned game creators, one of the most sweeping and epic RPG story lines, and the revolutionary time travel system in the game, have caused it to continue to impress, even nearly 17 years since its creation.
Okay, for those of you who have been living under a rock in the world of Video Games, Sony announced that the “Playstation Move” will launch in late 2010. Now, you might ask what exactly is the “Playstation Move”.. well.. it’s Sony’s way of having their own Nintendo Wii esq. games released. Basically, Sony wants you to pay up to $100 for the “Starter Pack” which includes the Playstation Eye, Playstation Move, and a game [Note: They are also releasing stand-alone controllers for those of you who already own a Playstation Eye as well as releasing a bundle that comes with the Playstation Eye, Playstation Move, and Playstation 3].