I love reading user reviews on Metacritic when a new game comes out. While I haven’t yet purchased the latest entry in the Mass Effect series and even though the reviews will most likely not sway me from getting the game (mostly because nothing new has come out recently that I’m interested in), I still… Continue reading Mass Effect 3 User Reviews, So Great
A third-person action-RPG game set in the Warhammer 40K universe and developed by Relic. Seems awesome.
Castlevania Harmony of Despair, a new 2D Castlevania produced by Koji Igarashi (Symphony of the Night, Harmony of Dissonance) is on display at E3. The game is reportedly in hi-definition, features six-player multiplayer and is for Xbox Live Arcade. Awesome. Also, Harmony of Despair features multiple classic Castlevania characters such as Alucard and Soma Cruz,… Continue reading Castlevania Harmony of Despair at E3
Nintendo and Capcom released a ton of new details for their upcoming release Monster Hunter Tri at the Nintendo Summit today. Highlights include free online play, voice support (Wii-Speak), a bundle with classic controller for only $59.99, and a pre-order Monster Hunter Tri Points Card worth 500 Points ($5.00) available through Gamestop. The card can… Continue reading Monster Hunter Tri Detailed For North American Release
The Secret Armory of General Knoxx, the third DLC for Borderlands will be out tomorrow for the XBLA (for 800 Microsoft points). It will be available Thursday on PSN and PC ($9.99). The DLC raises the level cap to 61, adds in a whole bunch of new weapons, almost 30 new enemy types, and improved… Continue reading New Borderlands DLC Out This Week
Fable II: Game Episodes is the full version of Fable II chopped up into five pieces, and the first episode is available today, for free! Once the first episode is completed, players can download additional episodes as they please. If you haven’t checked out Fable II, now is a great time to do it.
I like how he smells everything.
Nintendo of America has announced a December 7th release date for The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, just in time for the holiday shopping season. I wonder why they would wait so long to announce the date?
I’m a huge fan of Super Metroid, it was one of a handful of SNES games I had as a kid and easily in my top 10 video games of all time. I played it for countless hours and many times over, the exploration aspect was really fun, and finding all the little secrets, the… Continue reading Shadow Complex Review
I was just talking to Thrasher about an online co-op RPG that is totally awesome. Borderlands looks like it’s all those things.