December 2014

InFAMOUS: Second Son

Looks like we're going with the throwback trend here, so let's kick off with another game that was released earlier this March. As of right now you can go to your local video game store (notice how I say video game store, fuck Walmart) and get this game for probably half the price of it's initial release price. That was honestly the first draw I had to making a purchase of this game. The second reason was the reaction I got from my friends who had both said they enjoyed playing this game without telling me anything about it. Fantastic I'm sold, let's try this game out. I was sort of late to the PS4 game and I need to buff up my library, this looks like a exceptional candidate. I have always wanted to try out the first inFAMOUS game but never got around to it. I believe the reasoning behind that was that I didn't have a PS3 around that time and/or I forgot about it after I had gotten one. If it is anything like Second Son, I missed out on something have to go back and...

December 2014

Bionic Commando

I'm as little a fan of the Facebook throwback shit as anybody, but let's get one thing straight. It's throwback day!...albeit a throwback to not really that long ago, only a mere six years back. Bionic Commando is nothing shy of a bad, awful attempt to remake a classic game, and that's fine. I'm fine with that. Hell, even at face value this game has what I want: robot grappling hook arms, over-the-top weapons, really and truly massive environments, and yes, even mech suits.  You may be saying to yourself: "This game doesn't sound like it was bad at all."  At this point, I have to take a swing at a game I really enjoyed. The story line was a train wreck, the voice acting was a travesty unto all of mankind, and the characters were vapid, useless 3D renderings that I shame Grin (the company that made this) for ever, ever making. For Godsakes, the main character has dreadlocks with robot stuff in them. Story (or the lack of it) I'm...

November 2014

Clash of Clans

STOP...RAMBLE TIME It's been a while since I have written a review, but I guess it's time to get those gears greased up again.  So the topic of discussion today is a mobile game called "Clash of Clans".  Clearskyy constantly was trying to get me to play it for the longest time, but what finally wore me down was my little cousin who kept on me about it one day.  I proceeded to download it and as soon as I started it, it became apparent that I was locked into another "Facebook" type game.  "Yup, here we go again..." is what I thought to myself. Not long after getting past the first few upgrades and the first big upgrades I finally was able to save up for it started to feel less like a Facebook game, and more like a really really long term RTS.  The first few times I was attacked I was like, "Aww man they stole some of my shit, I guess I'll just have to make sure I use up as much of my resources as I can before my shield goes away."...

January 2015

I never finish any of my fucking games

Wow, Nate way to have fuck right in your titles, you click-baiting asshole. I'm actually thinking it's going to have the opposite effect. Regardless, I'm sitting strewing over the fact why I never finish any of my games anymore. I remember back in the days of my youth I used to sit around and play a single game until I completed it all the way. I remember challenging my relatives to see who could finish the game first and finding much pride in myself whenever I managed to do it, and having a shit ton of fun even when I failed to complete it first. It gave us something to talk about, the experiences we had playing the game and what parts we found challenging and different strategies we used to get past certain points. That has all come and gone and in fact I can't exactly remember the last time I had conversation like that in a while now. Right now I can remember sitting in on my couch, playing my N64 or my Xbox and spending hour after hour trying to beat the one game that I haven't...

December 2014

Dark Souls Prepare To Die Edition update with Steamworks is now live.

15 DECEMBER - SHOUPINOU Dear Dark Souls fans, You can now update your Dark Souls™ Prepare To Die Edition for PC game to replace the Games for Windows Live functionality with Steamworks functionality. The update is available from today – December 15th and will let you keep both your Save Data and Achievements. Please read below or visit to read the update process. If you played or are currently playing Dark Souls™ Prepare To Die Edition, you will be able to update and keep your Save Data and Achievements. The Save Data and Achievements transfer service is being provided from December 15th to February 16th. From February 16th, the new version using Steamworks...

November 2014

EA, NHL 15, and half assed games.

Incoming opinion piece, hold onto your butts. Since the internet has gotten a little faster (in urban areas, the internet where I live is still slow as shit). There has been this new stima since DLC has been introduced. This is certainly not a new thing but it is definitely a new cancer that is slowly killing my motivation to buy new games. Developers now a days are content with pushing out half assed games and then patching them later. How is this acceptable? How are is there repercussions for this bullshit? It's almost encouraged at this point since they get away with charging us further for more DLC later down the road. Holy shit Destiny, shots fired right at you, with that Expansion Pass crock of shit that you advertised the the fucking case when I bought the game, are you fucking serious right now? Give me that for free, 25 missions and then you're done and you get the pleasure of grinding them out with harder difficulties? You could have sworn that I suffer from a...






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