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Monthly Archive for March, 2013

Army of TWO: The Devils Cartel Review (ThisisXbox)

ThisisXbox: “Whilst Army of TWO: The Devils Cartel is heavy on the action and shared team efforts between you and your co-op buddy albeit over LIVE or using the AI alternative in Solo, it doesnt seem to be anything more than just a shared shooter experience that youll likely forget soon enough, or just want to complete for the Achievements. No interesting plot lines, lack of witty team banter or dialogue of interest and nothing in particular to keep you hooked. Its only selling point in entertainment value is that you dont have to play it alone and you get to use a variety of guns but all you really need is an assault rifle with a few enhancements to carry you through. Whilst its obvious flaws, screen tears and buggy AI are not all that intimidating to the experience, it makes you wonder how this passed testing at all!”

Army of TWO: The Devils Cartel Review (ThisisXbox)

The Future is Social (And That’s Not A Bad Thing)

“Back in 2011, veteran game designer Mark Cerny made the bold prediction that the traditional single player experience will be gone in three years. At the time I scoffed. And justifiably. Although multiplayer was booming and social features were beginning to ingratiate themselves into campaigns, we were only months away from some of the best purely single player oriented games ever released Uncharted 3: Drakes Deception, Skrim, Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Batman: Arkham City to name just a few. At the time, there seemed to be a bright and healthy future for games of that ilk, but we are now a year and a half on from these comments and it has become increasingly clear in that time that Cerny was right. The future is social, and thats not a bad thing.” (Damien Lawardorn, OnlySP.com)

The Future is Social (And That’s Not A Bad Thing)

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale on sale on PlayStation Store

The game of SuperBot Entertainment is now on sale on PlayStation Store, with the price of 19.99 euros. For more details, read the news in Portugal Gaming.

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale on sale on PlayStation Store

Second Opinion: Persona 4: The Golden Review – TGV

The Gaming Vault writes:

“Ive come to the conclusion that Persona 4: The Golden does a great many wondrous and great things. I mean, it makes school seem like a cool place to hang out, classes and study seem worthwhile and most of all, it makes talking to foxes seem like a remotely sane act. By far its best trick is two-fold though; not only does it succeed in giving Vita owners another must-have title for their struggling handheld but it also delivers, or rather re-delivers, one of the finest JRPGs in years in shiny and improved form.

With that said, precious little has changed in the JRPG landscape since Persona 4s original PS2 release back in 2008. Square-Enix still finds itself increasingly unable to recapture the magic from its PSOne days with its evermore budget-heavy and conceptually uninspiring Final Fantasy iterations, while Persona 4 reminds us that, over five years later, the gulf between them remains as vast as it ever was.”

Second Opinion: Persona 4: The Golden Review – TGV

Kinect 2.0 specs have been leaked

TruTechNoid writes “Additional specs of the Kinect 2.0 have been leaked on to the net from the site noshitsherlock.com as first reported by Appy Gamer

The reported new features are as follows:”

Kinect 2.0 specs have been leaked

Talking Transistor: An Interview With SuperGiant’s Greg Kasavin

RaidWarning’s Jacob Wood gets some time with Transistor and a chance to speak with SuperGiant’s Creative Director Greg Kasavin at PAX East .

Talking Transistor: An Interview With SuperGiant’s Greg Kasavin

The Age of Entitlement: Do We Expect Too Much From Video Games?

We live in an age of instant gratification and entitlement. We want it now and we want it perfect. Laura questions if this too much to ask? When will it ever be good enough for us?

The Age of Entitlement: Do We Expect Too Much From Video Games?

BioShock Infinite post-review: Answers to frequently asked questions

There are many other questions other than ones about the epic ending of BioShock Infinite. Games Per Second has written a “post-review Q&A” which addresses a lot of things from gameplay options, 1999 mode, choices and decisions and location settings in the game.

Warning: Story spoilers are present in this article.

BioShock Infinite post-review: Answers to frequently asked questions

Pre-order BF4 PC For $48

OOG from STFUandPLAY writes, “Well its official people, we can now start pre-ordering BF4. Currently on Green Man Gaming you can pre-order BF4 for only $48. This could be a good time for people to cash in some of their GMG store credit they have built up over recent purchases such as the Bioschock Infinite deal 2 weeks ago.”

Pre-order BF4 PC For $48

Rockstar Games responds: GTA V boxart coming very soon

Next day or so, digital versions coming soon!

Rockstar Games responds: GTA V boxart coming very soon