Every once in a while a development team will spring up that sadly doesn’t get the respect or sales numbers they rightly deserve. Let’s take a look at Platinum games for a moment, and some things you may have missed.
Words cannot really express how amazing this new trailer is. Watch Wesker and Magneto compete for a canister of the T-Virus.
Today we talk Google and their many announcements, Candace Bailey on AOTS, Dead Space 2, and George Lucas buying dead people. We review the deck building, table top Resident Evil game, and give our previews for the Spike VGAs, then if you stick around, it’s EMBARRASSING STORY TIME with Ash. Which is actually not when he has the seizure, that’s much earlier during the news. Thanks for listening! Also, for those that notice/care, the music bumpers have been significantly shortened, but no Micah, it’s not because I care what you think, Pilx wins the vote on this one, thanks buddy.
Over the years I’ve had my share of portable systems. When I was a wee lad, hand-held games were my absolute favorite. Maybe it was because I could play anywhere without my parents bugging me, I have no idea, I just loved the damn things. I remember spending an entire summer glued to my Atari LYNX playing amazing games like Todd’s Adventures in Slime World and Rampage.
In today’s modern age of gaming developers will often base their creations on real people. In the past it was jarring to see an “actor” pop up as a video game character, especially if they were were relatively well known. Can you imagine the nightmare of plopping in Super Mario 4 and seeing a CG version of Danny Devito hurling fireballs from his swollen quasi-dwarven finger tips?
Today we discuss Scott getting a Kinect, Resident Evil, DirecTV cancels G4, Dragon Age on Facebook, the return of the behemoth Microsoft, Fallout New Vegas, Force Unleashed II, and TV show cancellations, plus you can find out what we were for halloween.
After Resident Evil 3 I didn’t see Jill again for a while. It was almost as if she said, “Hey Ash, we need to take a break”, this made me quite sad. Sure, she popped up in Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 and in numerous comics and remakes, but I wantedto know more about Jill damn it.