FML! I'm gonna play Ghostbusters on Professional!
- Well let tell you what happen I was at school doing work before I left the room to get something I last remember putting my Iphone in my hand, and the next I'm leaving to my truck to find out WTF did I do with my phone. Now all I have is a go phone from Best Buy because my contract expires in July so since they don't and I mean Apple have lost or theif warrenty that there charging me $500 or add another line and waste 20 extra dollars on my bill. I've been so sad that I went back to playing Ghostbusters on professional, it was a pain in the ass but I finally beat it and got more trophies I tell you the only thing that makes that hard is the A.I. When I go for the revival I do it quick oh but if the computer has to revive you they take 5 mins. to position themselves so they can revive and by that time you all dead so big pain in the ass. But I still recommend this game fun, story awesome acting is brilliant same guys from the movies. And the controls right on the fning money. If you haven't play it yet your differentially missing out it's the 3rd movie you need to play it. Alrighty then I'm done fuck you apple and thank god for Ghostbusters peace,
The PS3 outsold the Wii and the Xbox 360 in September, says NPD.
Yep, it's official. Gaming news is dead. This is my second article in two weeks referencing NPD numbers, proving only one thing: sales do matter these days. While sales figures don't tend to make for interesting news, we - the gamers - have been deduced to number crunches ourselves, primarily concerned with which system is moving more units. That's right folks; we're deglorified accounts in masquarade.
Anyways, the NPD numbers for September showed almost a literal flatline in terms of growth. We're talking an increase of only $10 million in sales from last year, a small growth by any and all accounts. Deglorified accounting at its best, for sure.
The most staggering fact involving this menial growth lies in the fact that the PS3 has officially outsold the Wii and the Xbox 360 in September; in fact the PS3 sold more units in September 2009 than it has since its launch month. Most of this growth is to be attributed to the release of the new 120GB Slim model launched at the reasonable $299 price point, priced to compete with Microsoft's Xbox 360 Elite, also retailing at $299. So does this mean that Sony finally hit the sweet spot? Well it certainly means Sony found a price where it competes with the Xbox 360, its biggest and only competitor amongst the core gaming market (sorry Wii fanboys; it's true). Does this mean that Sony has officially found a price point where it can even compete with the Wii, which was still priced at $250 during the month of September? Well, the verdict is still out; we'll have to wait for the October figures, which will factor in the Wii's dramatic $50 price slash, before we can say for sure. Being a $299 Blu-Ray player/console-in-one certainly does make it a value this generation if there is one to be found.
The Wii, however - even in the month of September at the $250 price point - was only 29,000 units shy of the PS3, rendering it 100% possible that the $50 price reduction will allow Nintendo to make up those 29,000 units in October, assuming Sony doesn't gain even more momentum in the following months leading up to the holiday season.
So there you have it. We at Gouki are glad to be deglorified accountants, even if it does mean running around masquarading as gaming reporters.
(On a totally personal note, I would like to inform the fine readers of Gouki that I personally obtained my PS3 Slim 120GB model Saturday, October 17th. I'm enjoying it loads, and I'd suggest anyone interested in the PS3 check it out at this more-than-reasonable $299 price point.)
This guide will put you on the path of style and savings. Everyone can have a FightStick now Jimmy!
All the prices on the sticks jump around. If you're looking to save money just wait for something to go on sale. Almost all of the links offer free shipping.
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Review of the new trailer for the Wii version of Tatsunoku vs Capcom
So a new trailer just dropped for the Wii version of Tatsunoku vs Capcom. Excitement abound.
First off let me comment on all the "awards" they show it won. OMG IT WON BEST FIGHTING GAME AT E3????? What exactly was it's competition? No one makes fighting games anymore. Did it beat some new Tekken or some shit?
I still have no idea what Tatsunoku is. I'm gonna guess it's some animation company because I see some Battle of the Planets fuckers, giant robots, people with swords, and lots of characters with those creepy big eyes that dont resemble any actual race that Japanese animators love. Oh and there's a guy who throws a shopping cart and I could see there being an anime series just about shopping carts because anime is stupid and they make series about stupid shit like that. Or is that the guy from Dead Rising. I wouldnt know because I hate video games.Read full story...
By: DragonKiss83 May 26, 2011 | 3 Comments
Here comes a new family game, will it be any good?
Up to for players can run around at once dressed as Disney characters, including Pixar. You'll get platforming, puzzles, collecting, and fights. The levels you run around in are based of of the movies like Monsters Inc, Alice in Wonderland, and Tron. The game will have 6 worlds to play in with more to come as DLC. To add to it as you play your characters gets new weapons to match their costume that can be leveled up, plus you can take weapons from enemies.
It will be kind of cheesy, but could be fun. The hardest thing about family games is finding something easy enough for the kids and fun enough for the parent. I've picked up the Cars games from Disney and they are decent, with the exception of Mater's Tall Tales on Wii (total peice of crap). The Lego games for Harry Potter, Star Wars, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Rock Band have been ok. But many of the family games are just cheaply made with a liscence on them to make kids want them. What ever happened to the good ones?
And now for the last character you can use.
His name is Grant Alexander.
He is a Georgia boy who has moved to California and is on the varsity football team when he realizes he's a mutant. As with the other characters you will be able to pick his base power and have it evolve as you play. But from what I've read the character selection is mostly about background and personality. You will have the option to basically have your character play however you want. So the the answer to almost all of your questions about how does the game play is it depends on how you play.
Kirby's Epic Yarn came out recently...they are already working on another one!
Wow...Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata revealed a new Kirby game is in the works for the Wii. Still no name for it yet but it is being produced by HAL and so far has schedualed release for this year. It goes back to simple Kirby games with a touch of old-school graphics ; in the end it looks like a GC game, but the gameplay looks rather fun. A lot of comments are speaking of how this was a game supposedly to be released on GC years ago, but now will be a wiiware download.What do you guys think of this? Anyone remember the original Gamecube version? Even though Epic Yarn brought us a whole new dimension of kirby and what he is capable of...this game is looking pretty...fun.
Credit to jp nintendo site
video from bunnyspatial
Nintendo plans to release a black Wiimote and nunchuk in the States.
Well, it might be the most exciting Wii news in a while - and that's saying a whole lot. Nintendo announced that they'll be releasing a black Wiimote bundled with Motion+ on November 16. The bundle is going to retail for $50. The bundle is also going to include a black sleeve instead of the clear sleeves currently packed with Wiimotes. So that you can color-coordinate, Nintendo is also going to release a black nunchuk to retail for the regular $20 price tag. Unfortunately Nintendo hasn't announced plans to release a black version of the console itself despite the fact that Japan has already seen a black version of the console.
Here's to hoping that the States will get to see a black version of the console in the near-future!
By: DragonKiss83 Apr 29, 2011 | 6 Comments
And here comes another Need for Speed game...
EA has announced they are teaming with Black Box to bring you Need for Speed the Run for November 15 2011on the PS3, Xbox 360, PC, 3DS, Wii . This time you will be racing across the country. They are running the Frostbite 2 engine and are looking to have action movie style sequences. With the popularity of movies like Fast and the Furious EA has decided they want in.
Here's the official info. http://www.ea.com/games/need-for-speed-the-run
It’s called The Run. An illicit, high-stakes race across the country. The only way to get your life back is to be the first from San Francisco to New York.
No speed limits. No rules. No allies. All you have are your driving skills and sheer determination as you battle hundreds of the world’s most notorious drivers on the country’s most dangerous roads.
In Need for Speed The Run, you’ll weave through dense urban centers, rocket down icy mountain passes and navigate narrow canyons at breakneck speeds, all the while evading a relentless police force prepared – and willing – to use lethal force to take you down.
In stores November 15th, 2011.
By: iorilamia Apr 20, 2011 | 2 Comments
Awesome gameplay and dramatic cutscenes!
Behold, 2 minutes of crazy slashing and drama.
That chain seems pretty epic. Ofcourse with the resemblance to link, the character also did some spin attacks :D Did you enjoy the new footage? Leave a comment on what you think about this upcoming Wii game.
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By: DragonKiss83 May 2, 2011 | 8 Comments
16 years ago we had our first chance to play, and we've had a few chances since then. Here comes another.
In 1995 a legend was born. Six years later in 2001 the game joined Final Fantasy IV as Final Fantasy Chronicles on the PSX. And again in 2009 on the DS. There have been millions of copys sold, but the game continues to do well. Some of the people that will pick it up this time around weren't even born when the game first came over to the U.S. Who doesn't remember the first time the watched Chrono from over head as he made his way towards enemies as you jump through time. Or the first time you watched Cyclone and Flame Toss combine into Flame Whirl. And with 13 possible endings players dumped countless hours into the game. We also got started with the game plus feature, that RPG fans everywhere still look for when the get a new game.
As a game that defines what RPG means to many life long players Chrono Trigger shows no sign of going away. How many of you own a copy of the game in any of it's forms? Planning on getting it again? Anyone want to see another sequel made?
They haven't mentioned a release date yet. But the ESRB has rated it. Looks like the ratings boards are tipping us of early on a lot of games now. Maybe these companies need to start talking to the public a little sooner.
Amazon has tons of deals that will get you a $20 Credit and now Gamestop is getting into the credit game with $10 credit deals on games already discounted. Oh and there is a black Nintendo Wii now.
Big News this week for some is that Nintendo is finally releasing a different colored Wii a BLACK Nintendo Wii. Check it out, it does not do anything differently than the white Nintendo Wii. Although now it does come with a Wii-Motion plus Wii-mote and Wii Sports Resort. So you save $50 immediately.Read full story...
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