Posts Tagged ‘Let’s Play’
Posted by Prof. Oblivion on June 22, 2011 under PS3, PS3 Spotlights, Trailers, Walkthroughs, Xbox 360, XBox 360 Spotlights
Attention survival-horror starved Resident Evil Fans! There's a new title out to assist you in satiating your blood lust called Shadows of the Damned. Original Resident Evil creator and guru Shinji Mikami himself agreed to executive produce this title during it's creation and Akira Yamaoka of Silent Hill fame also had a direct hand in bringing his creepy sound wizardry to this title as well, s... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on June 21, 2011 under PC, PC Spotlights, PS3, PS3 Spotlights, Trailers, Walkthroughs, Xbox 360, XBox 360 Spotlights
As this appears to be a big year for three-quels and the first matter to resolve for this franchise is should we call it Fear 3, F3AR, F.E.A.R. 3, or F.3.A.R? That’s four variations on the same title. That said, the 3rd entry to the F.E.A.R. franchise has it’s promising improvements. The engine and build is nice and clean as is the AI which has improved over the first F.E.A.R. The AI i... more.
Posted by Craig Harris on June 21, 2011 under PC, PC Spotlights, PS3, PS3 Spotlights, Trailers, Walkthroughs, Xbox 360, XBox 360 Spotlights
Dungeon Siege III is one of the more prominently anticipated titles this year from Square Enix, not just due to the multitude of expense spent on promotional advertisements, but the game itself has also been given a rather decent upgrade in several areas. Some have reported a few glitches here and there on the PS3 as apposed to Xbox 360 (specifically with a sound issue), nothing major though, ov... more.
Posted by Prof. Oblivion on June 15, 2011 under PC, PS3, Walkthroughs, Xbox 360
Duke Nukem, 90's macho overkill icon. A sequel in at least partial development since 1997, with that amount of preparatory development time attached to a franchise as a famous as the Duke Nukem gaming machine, combined with the rendering power of today's gaming consoles, and we must have a sequel on our hands about to redefine what can be done with a famous franchise with all these seeming... more.
Posted by Prof. Oblivion on June 13, 2011 under PS3, Walkthroughs
Sucker Punch Productions has returned with the follow up sequel Infamous 2, to the 2009 comic book themed hit The original Infamous's Protagonist Cole MacGrath is back, in a new playground called New Marais, a back drop that closely appears to resemble the real life area of New Orleans. The original Infamous was a positively received and reviewed title, so how does Sucker Punch bring even mo... more.
Posted by Prof. Oblivion on June 13, 2011 under PC, PS3, Walkthroughs, Xbox 360
Interesting, interesting....Red Faction Armageddon One thing's for sure, when gamers take a sampling of review oriented opinions on this game, it's going to be perplexing for some gamers reading these various takes on Red Faction: Armageddon, to know which point of view to believe. That's okay, because simply understanding the real reason behind this wide array of inconsistent sentiments behi... more.
Posted by 360informer on June 4, 2011 under PSP, Walkthroughs
Fans of the BlazBlue series will rejoice with the newest release of Continuum Shift II which is soley available for the playstation portable PSP console. The game includes quite the set of powerups, battle tactics, and a pretty descent storyline as per the previous game. Check out the gameplay video as well as the full BlazBlue Continuum Shift 2 Walkthrough Strategy Guide by clicking the book ... more.
Posted by Prof. Oblivion on May 28, 2011 under PS3, Walkthroughs, Xbox 360
DiRT 3 Walkthrough and Review Fans of the popular, pioneering, off-road specializing, "Dirt" racing series should be pleased and revving their engines, as the third version is now here with new features and enhancements, some subtle, some stand out, and some require updating your general knowledge of racing related vocabulary to really even appreciate the innovation, but not to worry, we here a... more.
Posted by Prof. Oblivion on May 24, 2011 under New Releases, PC, PS3, Walkthroughs, Xbox 360
Well fellow gamers, it's again that time to examine "the game" version that accompanies the movie of the same name. These are for the most part, quickly made, more opportunistic hype than substance, and quite often down right formulaic rip-offs, but as with most things in life, there are the rare exceptions which I am so grateful for, as that fact alone still makes the process of the review quite ... more.
Posted by Lady SAGA on May 23, 2011 under Best Games
Our pick today for best game in history is, yes, a Zelda title. Nintendo had been making Legend of Zelda games for twenty two years by the time of Spirit Track's release. Although this series has pioneered many of the standout technical, stylistic, and artistic innovations in video game history, it has definitely found its rhythm. But familiarity needn't breed contempt. The Legend of Zelda: Sp... more.