Episode 2 is here! You know, for all of the reader that checked out the first episode… And look! We have a fancy banner thanks to Randall Drew of Rkdia Comics! He did this week’s video image as well. Episode 2: On Location with Youth Large sees the crew recording on location at The Video Game Store in downtown Wilkes Barre, PA. Small (Tim) was working, so why not, right? [...]
Do you like money? Of course not. That’s why you’re going to give it all to Square-Enix this holiday season. For the next couple weeks, until January 2, they are chopping their prices in half for near every game available in their online store. Even the brand new Hitman: Absolution is included in the sale, for $39.99 on all platforms. It’s not quite 50%, but you can’t really complain about [...]
With the news of Epic Mickey 2 barely in the dust, the announcement of another Epic Mickey game seemed far off. But a 3DS sequel to the classic Genesis game Castle of Illusion, titled Epic Mickey: The Power of Illusion has also been announced. Developed by Dreamrift, this game will be a platformer with hand-drawn art. Look for it around the same time the console Epic Mickeys come out.
Nintendo had a conference earlier today. And as with most of their conferences, the Internet exploded with rumors and speculation on big franchises making big comebacks. Unfortunately for the Internet, this isn’t E3. Nintendo Direct didn’t announce anything extreme, but what it did announce is still satisfying.
Genre: Survival Horror | Developer: Capcom/Tose | Publisher: Capcom Platform: Nintendo 3DS | Players: 1 Local/2 Wireless | Rating: M (Mature) Resident Evil: Revelations has been sold as a return to the world of survival horror – something which excites some, usually more vocal fans of the original PlayStation titles, but leaves some others who entered with the more action packed fourth entry a little cold. The truth, though, is [...]
That typo in the title was intentional. As Dan Hsu of Bitmob cleverly pointed out, there’s a massive misspelling on Capcom‘s latest release for the Nintendo 3DS, Resident Evil Revelations. The typo, as can be seen in the title of this posting, interchanges the “t” and the “i,” making for a really big printing screw up. Image below the cut, and someone probably doesn’t have a job anymore.
Here we are: the crud of the crop, the lowest of the low. The games featured on this list are the ones that I had the absolute least fun with; the ones which, after playing, led me to take a cold 10 minute shower with twenty bars of soap to wash off their pure bile. Hyperbole is fun. Let’s get to the list.
So as the year draws to a close, this is usually the time where gamers and gaming sites like to draw up end-year awards. Us? Maybe. I’m not personally going to be handling the big stuff like the GOTY itself. Instead, I’ll be handling a few “off the wall”-ish categories, starting with the games that came out of nowhere and surprised me.
$170 price tag and 20 free downloads of unreleased eShop games for current owners? Bowser, you so crazy. Actually, it’s true. Come August 12, the Nintendo 3DS will receive an unprecedented price drop to $169.99. With this price tag, Nintendo will proceed to lose money on every 3DS sold. Early buyers who purchased the handheld at its initial $250 price won’t be left out. Nintendo is promising – wait for [...]