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WAIT, WAIT, WAIT...was it really called Dinohattan? Did I somehow miss this?!
1 year ago on Game vs. Film – Super Mario Bros.
Totally agree on the Lars von Trier point. Shock for the sake of shock is rarely a good thing.
1 year ago on The Trailer Report – 2/21/14
That one's definitely on the list!
1 year ago on Game vs. Film Podcast Ep 1: Super Mario Bros.
The whole third act kind of fell apart. It spiraled down and down deeper into cliche territory and threw all the deeper content right out the window. It's unfortunate, too...the first two acts were legitimately good.
1 year ago on RoboCop Review: Well Played, Creep
Seriously...writing this made me really sad that I still drive a car and don't have a robot/clone friend.
1 year ago on Seven Sci Fi Movies with Hilariously Inaccurate Depictions of the Future
Agree with all of these. Especially Oz...what could have been interesting was nothing more than a vapid CGI fest. Such a bummer.
Although I will say, I do agree with the below comment that Man of Steel was a big letdown for me.
1 year, 1 month ago on The 10 Most Disappointing Movies of 2013
You know, had this movie embraced kind of a ridiculous, tongue-in-cheek sense of fun, it could have actually been pretty decent. It was just a little too gritty and stupid to ever be fun, unfortunately.
1 year, 1 month ago on I, Frankenstein Review: A Lifeless Corpse
While I understand your point, comparing onerous corporate policy to sexual assault seems like a bit of an unnecessary extreme.
1 year, 8 months ago on Is Microsoft’s Xbox One Policy Reversal Too Little, Too Late?
@Alex Shedlock @bonny78 I kind of disagree...I find the books to be masterfully written. They're able to tell a massive and expansive story all about political intrigue and world building, but can still manage to connect you to individual characters on a personal level. Granted, I've never seen the show, so I can't make a comparison between the two, but I feel like it's a bit disingenuous to call the books long-winded. They're incredibly ambitious, if anything.
1 year, 9 months ago on Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 7 Review: “The Bear And The Maiden Fair”
@dancingmind excellent examples. While the retlationship between both Ico and Yorda was at times tedious, I agree that it was definitely unique and innovative.
Great point about Beyond Good and Evil as well. Jade is by far one of my favorite female leads in games, I think.
Thanks for the read!
1 year, 10 months ago on It Takes Two: The Important Roles of AI Partners
Yeah, it could be interesting to see what the implications are moving forward. I'm curious to see if this catches on anywhere else. Thanks for the read!
1 year, 11 months ago on What Does Steam’s Early Access Mean for the Industry?
I felt like the killing was justified in a great way, actually. There are moments when Lara tries to reason with the enemy, and there are emotionally charged moments when rage consumes her and she's ready to do whatever she has to to survive. In the context, the violence makes sense.
As far as needing more puzzles, I felt like, while it didn't have quite as elaborate of puzzles as past Tomb Raider games, puzzle solving felt much more realistic and intuitive this time around. It was about using your resources and making the best of a crappy situation. Essentially, it was a great integration of realism and is a great tool to modernize the direction of the franchise. That being said, I expect the next installment to take on a much more classic Tomb Raider feel. Either way, I loved it. GOTY so far for me.
1 year, 11 months ago on Does Lara Kill Too Many Bad Guys In The New Tomb Raider?
@Bejje So, you need to go up to the top level to the man of ordinary strength booth. Pick up the dumbell there, then take it down to the magician. Put it on his table, and he'll make it disappear. Then, carry the invisible weight with you to the weight guessing game and jump on the platform. The invisible weight will make the guesser's number inaccurate and win you the ticket . The cupcake can just be thrown to the side. Hope this helps! I was stuck on this one forever...
2 years ago on The Cave: How To Get All Six Tickets At The Carnival
Interesting perspective. Although I'd argue that Sony is the most innovation friendly company in terms of the freedom they give indie developers on their platform. Something like Journey probably wouldn't have flown on Xbox Live Arcade, and that's something to celebrate.
2 years ago on PS4 Unveiling Shows What Is Wrong With The Industry
Only because Ron wasn't on it ;)
2 years ago on Leviacast #17 Non-Euclidian Geometry 101
Fair enough. It'd still be interesting to see them do some other things with boss fights in 2, though. Thanks for the read!
2 years, 1 month ago on 4 Things PlayStation All Stars: Battle Royale 2 Needs
2 years, 1 month ago on The Save Files – Xenogears (PSX)
I'd also recommend The Unfinished Swan, the Resistance series, and Little Big Planet (mostly because of all the great UGC on there). Otherwise, great list!
2 years, 1 month ago on Mega List: The 60 Things A New PS3 Owner Should Buy
Steel Battalion needs to be at the top of this list.
2 years, 1 month ago on The Worst Games Of 2012
2 years, 1 month ago on The Most Underrated Villains In Gaming
Totally agree. In many ways, I felt like the Desmond missions were ultimately more compelling and meaningful than the Connor ones. And the lack of UI was an interesting touch.
2 years, 2 months ago on Desmond Missions Are the Best Part of Assassin’s Creed 3
Conker = WIN.
2 years, 2 months ago on 11 Forgotten Games And Series That Need A Return In 2013
@mfparrott- There are a lot of different gaming headsets out there...I know my brother is a big fan of Turtle Beaches, and I have friends who swear by Astro Gaming Headsets. Google both of those for more info. Also, Best Buy usually has a Gaming headset setup on the floor in any one of their locations, so they might be able to give you a bit more help tailored to your situation.
Hope this helps! Might I also suggest he gets some new friends? These guys don't sound very nice...
2 years, 2 months ago on Minecraft Multiplayer Games for the Xbox 360
Sounds awesome. I'm optimistic that the additional time put into this game makes it all worth the while.
2 years, 2 months ago on Bioshock Infinite: Ken Levine Comments on Elizabeth’s Companion AI
Thanks, man! Glad you enjoyed it :)
2 years, 2 months ago on The New Last of Us Trailer Shows How Crappy Being A Survivor Can Be
Agree 100% with all of these. Add in a zombies mode with a bit more L4D-style depth, and ths list would be complete.
2 years, 2 months ago on 5 Things I Want to See in the Next Call of Duty
I was also surprised at the Vita's lukewarm reception and the closing of 38 Studios. Great piece!
2 years, 2 months ago on Biggest Surprises of 2012
2 years, 2 months ago on Call of Duty: Black Ops II: More of the Same, With A Few New Changes
It would be neat. The problem is that no such game exists, and motion controls are more of a gimmick than a staple in the industry. You end up waving your arms around or waggling controllers like a fool...and few people in the core gaming market want to play that way.
Until there's some solid innovation or interesting hooks in the motion control market, I'm not sold on it.
2 years, 3 months ago on 13 Random Gaming Thoughts
That does sound super awesome. Needless to say, I'm jazzed.
2 years, 3 months ago on Five Reasons To Look Forward To 2013: TV/Movies Edition
There is a disturbing lack of Typhlosion and Blastoise on this list...
2 years, 3 months ago on The Coolest Pokemon Ever
I just want the damn game lol.
2 years, 3 months ago on First Peek at Tomb Raider: Survival and Collectors Edition
Love this, man. Awesome review and insight.
2 years, 3 months ago on The Save Files – Silent Hill 2 (PC)
Haha, no judgement. Thanks for the read! :)
2 years, 3 months ago on The Secret History of Super Metroid