Let me save you some time. This is a bad game. I played through the whole thing, and it felt like work -no, not even work. Worse. It was like an awkward obligation you have to fulfill for an ex in front of her family. As if you promised to help her move, then dumped her. You still help her move, because you feel bad. Now you have to talk to her dad while you help him carry a lust-battered mattress up three flights of stairs. This is not how you want to spend your free time.
Leviathan: Warships is a turn-based strategy game featuring big boats and cross-platform play. The game will allow up to four players to strategize together via PC, Mac, iOS and Android devices. Leviathan: Warships features a full cooperative campaign as well as five challenge missions. Customize a fleet of warships and join your friends on the high seas of battle.
This week we have cross-platform boating, portable sacrificing, and Zeno's clashing.
UPDATE: Looks like it's not happening today. Sorry for the misinformation.
Soul Sacrifice is less than a week away, and Sony wants to remind you the time to pre-order is running out. PlayStation.Blog recently posted the following video showcasing the bonus items you'll receive if you decide to pony up cash beforehand.
Dead Island: Riptide is on store shelves, and it's definitely more the same gameplay we saw in Dead Island. This can be a good thing, or a bad thing, depending on how you feel about the original game. Personally, I loved the first title, despite its flaws. What can I say? I really like chopping up zombies.
I was talking to Nick the other day and I let it slip that I had put around 25 hours into the Soul Sacrifice demo. And I don’t mean the Japanese version that came out months ago. Somehow, between playing and writing about all the games I’m supposed to be playing and writing about - and doing my part in the benevolent dictatorship my wife and I hold over a household full of pugs and children- I managed to play the Soul Sacrifice demo for an entire day (not in one sitting). It’s been out for less than a week. Embarassing, I know.
The new Star Trek game hit store shelves yesterday. Kirk and Spock, along with the rest of the crew of the Enterprise, will find themselves at odds with the Gorn, a race of rather awesome-looking humanoid lizards. This new trailer is full of action and sweet sound effects from the rebooted franchise. It features all the assorted pings and pews of a Star Trek space battle.
Gamers who pre-order the gonzo open-world extravaganza that is Saints Row 4 will receive a few patriotic bonuses. The Commander in Chief pack will include an Uncle Sam Suit, a Screaming Eagle Jet, and the 'Merica weapon - Funny, I always thought it was 'Murica. I blame the 'Merican public school system. The super powered 'Merica gun and the Screaming Eagle jet seem about right, but I was expecting some assless chaps for the Uncle Sam Suit. Pretty, tame, Volition. Anyway, take a look at the goodies below. You can salute if you want to.
This week we've got tropical zombies, vengeful gun-wielding zombies, a franchise tie-in game featuring a race whose main claim to fame is making up one half of the best/worst fight scene of all time, and a rather boss little heist game.
Last week was pretty intense as far as real news was concerned. How about some light and fluffy news about video games? To be more specific, let's talk about games that we don't normally cover, because they lack cooperative play (as far aw we know).
If the sixteen co-op titles coming out this month aren't doing it for you, why not check out a few older games on the cheap? The new Xbox Live Arcade Deal of the Week has five better-than-good co-op offerings for 50 to 60% off their regular price. Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, Bionic Commando: Rearmed, Bionic Commando: Rearmed 2, Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2, and Warhammer 40k: Kill Team are all on sale. Follow each game's link for co-op details.
Sacred Citadel is out NOW! I know it's not Sacred 3, but after we played a little bit of the beat'em up I can say it's more than a pleasant distraction. The combat seemed a little dull for the first few minutes, but then we quickly unlocked some combos that added depth to the beat downs.
A huge new patch dropped for Defiance today. Well, it's currently dropping, being dropped, in the sate of falling, whatever. I'm guessing Trion is trying to hook anyone who might decide to dive in after watching last night's television series debut. (I thought the show had some flaws, but I'd watch another episode.) To do this they'll need to fix some very rough spots in the game. Patch 1.010 went live this morning, caused some problems, and then it was pulled. According to the Defiance twitter feed it's back up now. Looks like the game was down for about 6-7 hours. Ouch.
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