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On the recommendation of a friend I decided to play Bayonetta, and had blast beating it. But in the world of Japanese-style video games, enjoying the story is never good enough, and that’s where I take issue.
Epic Mickey takes a darker look at the world created by the mouse, by taking players to a world inspired by a time before the mouse existed. Gamers will immediately recognize the familiar tenants of adventure platforming, but the unique influences of Disney art and culture give the game a character all it’s own.
I think I can safely guess what one retailer must think of people who wanted to play Dragon Age II at launch, but were too lazy to pre-order or come in on launch day.
“Dude, what was the code to turn the blood on?” … “ABACABB” … “Whew, thanks.” Fast forward to 2011. From what the demo suggests, it looks like its time to get back to what made Mortal Kombat great.
Stacking might be a game that is easily overlooked, but there is more inside this game than meets the eye. Check out the latest from Double Fine.
Just in time for the release of Dragon Age II, the Facebook component Dragon Age Legends is now live. Aside from wasting away your work day by checking into this game every couple of hours, you can also link the game to your EA account to unlock items in Dragon Age II.
Even on a vacation there will be some downtime. So, what can an avid gamer do with extremely limited access to (console) video games for two weeks? First, try to relax… and second…
A preview for Fox’s Terra Nova aired during the big game this past week. How soon until it will be cancelled?
This one is making the rounds on the Internet, so maybe you’ve already seen it. Though, as fans of metal during our table-top gaming sessions at Nerd Appropriate, the spirit of the video, and the creativity involved, it now finds a welcome spot on our own humble blog. Get ready, to Build!
At PlayStation Meeting 2011, Sony made a number of announcements including a cross-platform initiative named PlayStation Suite, which will deliver the PlayStation Store and content to the Android platform. As many Android users are already woefully aware, not all Android hardware is created equal. To that end, Sony also announced the PlayStation Certified program, which will support development with the Android platform.