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Monthly Archive for June, 2013

Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2s New Touch Screen Features And Costumes

Heres a look at both of Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2s control schemes and new costumes for its cast of Vocaloids.


Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2s New Touch Screen Features And Costumes

Ride to Hell is a Bad Game, But I Still Bought It for a Good Reason

Kotaku: Last year saw the glimmer of a movement to get a video game based on Sons of Anarchy, FX’s biker gang series and a vicarious lifestyle fantasy for many viewers, one of them me. The possibility seemed to go no further than series creator Kurt Sutter’s own hopes.

Still, he vowed anything the show licensed “won’t be some slapcrap browser thing.” Well, there are things worse than a slapcrap browser-based game. There’s a slapcrap console game, the likes of which I just purchased for $30 and still find myself oddly drawn to, even if it may be, legitimately, one of the worst titles of this console generation.

Ride to Hell is a Bad Game, But I Still Bought It for a Good Reason

Episode 22: Baby Bones

Starring: Jordan Haygood, Marshall Henderson, barrel, and Khorne

There are times when I question the kind of stuff we talk about on this show… I mean, I can understand baby bones, but games? Seriously?!

Anyway, in this episode we discuss the recent Xbox One backpedal and talk about progression systems in games (EXP, skill trees, seamless level design, etc.). Then we answer a few questions asked by our lovely community as Khorne prepares to tell you all about the great New Zealand.

Episode 22: Baby Bones

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Gets a Batch of Lovely Character Illustrations by Akihiko Yoshida

Another beta weekend of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn has ended, and fans on Twitter and on the official forums are already having withdrawals, but in order to help Square Enix released a batch of character art by Lead Character Designer Akihiko Yoshida.

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Gets a Batch of Lovely Character Illustrations by Akihiko Yoshida

The Last of Us Review | Gamersciz

The Last of Us takes us on an epic journey through the life of Joel, across most of the country in which you are faced with the task of escorting Ellie. Joel is told to bring Ellie to the Fireflies, a friendly resistance group. You end up having to fight your way through zombies of all kinds as well as Hunters who are merely humans. Throughout the trip the relationship between the two grows so much that by the end you cant but help feel for them. With the ability to craft weapons or medical items as well as improving skills it makes for a very dynamic ambitious journey. Is the journey worth all the risk or do you feel that by the end it wasnt worth anything? Read on to find out in the full review.

The Last of Us Review | Gamersciz

Spiral Episode 1 Review | AppSpy

This action adventure that might be too linear for some, but generates real momentum with its story, impressive world, and varied gameplay.

Spiral Episode 1 Review | AppSpy

Where’s My Mickey? Review | AppSpy

Another solid use of the Where’s My Water? license. And, as long as Disney continue to produce iterations which are this polished, we’re fine with that.

Where’s My Mickey? Review | AppSpy

Way of the Dogg Review | STP

The cheerfully ludicrous, over the top story outshines generic gameplay.

Way of the Dogg Review | STP

PS 4 Release Date Rumored to Leak Ahead of the Xbox One

The competition between Sony and Microsoft with their PS 4 and Xbox One consoles respectively is yet a hot happening. An early launch of the PlayStation 4 could well be expected as a fall out of this competition to get customers latched on to their device before the other does the same.

PS 4 Release Date Rumored to Leak Ahead of the Xbox One

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger Review | PixelPerfectGaming

Unlike the previous game, Gunslinger returns the series to its lawless Wild West roots when Billy the Kid and Pat Garrett were outlaws. The game follows the same premise as the original Call of Juarez and Bound in Blood by serving up large doses of action and plenty of one-on-one duels.

Dueling happens to be the best part of Gunslinger. Allowing the player to face off against some of historys most notorious outlaws is a real rush. Duels are essentially boss battles that occur at the end of each chapter (stage). There is more to dueling than just shooting your opponent. You have to constantly watch your opponents body language as well as his dueling hand. You also have to keep track of a Focus Gauge and control the speed of your own dueling hand as well. The logistics involved are staggering, especially if you want to survive.

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger Review | PixelPerfectGaming