Quite possibly the biggest triumph of AC3’s ship combat is how surprisingly well it all fits into the story. You would think that a half Native American assassin would have no place on the deck of a pirate ship, but it all makes sense and feels incredibly organic.
From the icy wastes of Canada Rated NA 82 is joined by special guest Mike Gamble of Bioware to talk production, Mass Effect, and the brand spanking new Omega DLC. We also discuss our Thanksgiving holidays and this year’s door buster madness! Oh yeah, we do quick reviews of Halo 4, ACIII (ship combat), The Walking Dead: Episode Five, Borderlands 2 DLC, and our buddy Steve’s new film Lincoln! This episode is filled with more idiocy and explosions than ever before!! EXPLOSIONS!1!!
Wind, rain and sickness won’t keep us from you. Disney buys Lucasfilm, Marvel works on new Avengers stuff, and Microsoft looks at phone hardware. We review Wreck it Ralph and Walking Dead Ep 4, plus our early impressions of AC3 and indie-platforming darling, Pid. Finally, we find out who you’d recast for Luke, Leia, and Han in Star Wars Episode 7.
The gang returns from PAX Prime 2012 amidst an explosion of new device announcements. Tales of parties, hi-jinks, and games… along with our usual nonsense. Finally, your favorite convention memories.
The presence of electronic gaming has grown each and every year at San Diego Comic-Con International, and this year is the absolute biggest year yet. SDCC will host a number of panels revolving around some of the hottest video game franchises in existence, and we’ll sure do our best to provide the best coverage possible. Take a quick look at the video game related programming for Thursday and Friday at SDCC 2012.
While Revelations was good fun, it left me with questions, and much to be desired. Here are five suggestions to make AC3 a solid reinvention.
Tune in @ 7:30 EST to our live recording of a very mayo covered podcast! #24
Ubisoft screwed up! Just this afternoon a mysterious message appeared on their facebook page…..