Fable Legends lets you play cooperatively with your friends as a team of up to four Heroes, each with their own play style, or become the Villain and control the battle from on high.
Playing as the villain looks cool, setting up traps and planning how the level works... a totally different experience. Doesn't seem to be a true Fable game (i.e. an RPG) more of an action game.
Join us for the first all-gameplay trailer for Darksiders II, the Crowfather sets the stage for our tale: where the fate of mankind may be determined by the actions of the most feared horseman of the apocalypse: Death.
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By: genxsis83 Jun 1, 2012 | 4 Comments
A new trailer showing lot of gameplay for E3 2012
From the makers of Bayonetta ^^ It is basically Metal Gear meats Devil May Cry. Looks pretty decent if you ask me ^^
Deals Jimmy 10/28/2011 Uncharted 3 Pre-order last chance. Amazon Gold Box Video Game deals today only. Target buy 2 get 1 free info. Its all about savings and #dealsjimmy
I understand it's been quite sometime that I've shared any of my video game money saving tips with you Jimmys. Let me tell you, not much has changed. Occasionally you can get cool stuff in-store, but that requires you to be in-store and deal with actual uber nuabs. Kmart pretty much got the whole in-store experience for everyone banned last year with the constant run around and never having games in stock the day they are released. Shit, the last time I was in a Best Buy, BatRastered and I were stopped at the front door and were accused of shop lifting. BatRastered took a tape deck he's been eyeing. I don't like dealing with people too much.
Amazon man, its the way to go. I haven't paid full price on a game from Amazon in months. Plus they are get delivered to my front door, release day for only $0.99. I shouldn't have to keep mentioning that is an amazing deal.
Last Chance to pre-order this weekend.
Drake's on a plane. That's right Uncharted 3 comes out next week! November 1 2011 to be exact.
Uncharted 3 is $59.99 on the Amazon right now and that's a little upsetting. I did however get a $20 coupon with Battlefield 3, so once again, Uncharted 3 will be delivered to my front door for only $40.98. Stolen! Not much in the bonus department for this game though. It's all BS virtual content that doesn't cost anybody, anything. Like a Carpet Bomb Kickback - Allows you to send out three grenades with a single throw to blanket your opponent or take out a group of opponents with multiple explosions. Don't need it, thanks.
Battlefield 3 came out last week at this point and although the EA servers haven't been working to well, I still think it's gonna be good once everything settles down and we can get into actual games, in the same squad and on the same team. wtf. You can still get a $10 credit from Amazon, but you've really fucked yourself not getting the Limited Edition. Wait, let me rephrase that, my apologies. EA fucked you by MAKING a limited edition.
OMG have you not played the Batman yet? If you don't like Batman or don't care for him -first of all you're mental- this is still a great game and you should play it. If you don't like video games and have never played one, you should start with Batman Arkham City, it's a great example of what a high caliber video game should be. It's on sale now for less than $55. Sorry no bonuses for this game anymore.
That's 3 amazing games right there. Target, starting on Sunday will be having a buy 2 get 1 free on all video games. Wait until Tuesday, go buy all 3 and you will save over $60! You can't beat that deal. That's according this Jimmy ass site right here. Big Shout out to @Hoho23 for the pro-tip, follow that Jimmy on the Twitter.
You want to check out a cool site that updates a lot on in-store deals, check out CheapAssGamer. Here's last weeks Sunday Ads story.
Other deals to look out for are, surprise Amazon Gold Box deals today. Who knows what could be on the list, but sometimes you might see something you missed and want to play.
You can always check out the Gouki.com PricePWNr for the lowest prices.
We got on a trip back through time while I review this PS1 classic...
Back when the Playstation was big, Capcom came out with a game called Resident Evil. It was one of the first games dubbed "survival horror", and scary it was. With the success of the first Resident Evil, it was inevitable that Capcom would release Resident Evil 2. Resident Evil 2 was better than the game from which it got its name - not only did it do that, but its also superior to all of them that came after it.
Resident Evil 2 comes on two discs, and each disc contains the story for one of two different characters - either Claire or Leon. There is a feature where if you beat the game with one character and then start with the other, you'll play through that character's "B scenario". In other words, the game will be affected by certain things you did the first time through. As cool as this feature sounds, it's hardly implemented, which is a shame considering how cool it could have been if done to the fullest. The stories are pretty much identical anyways, so there isn't a whole lot of reason to play through it again unless you just liked it enough to do it.
You can play the game in original or arrange mode. In arrange mode, you start off with a Gatling gun and rocket launcher, both with unlimited ammo. This, needless to say, makes the game too easy, but it is nice if you just want to breeze through the game to kill a day or so.
The visuals are decent in Resident Evil 2. The backgrounds are pre-rendered, so they look nice, but that also means their static and void of any sort of life. The characters are okay to look at - not by any means hard on the eyes, but definitely not eye candy, either. Enemy design is well done. Zombies wear different clothes, and the other enemies look creepy as well. The biggest short-coming visually is the static camera (due to the pre-rendered backgrounds), which is faulty at best. The camera definitely isn't your friend in this game, although there are times when it is in a good location and doesn't obstruct any important points or, more importantly, enemies trying desperately to kill you.
Sound is excellent. Even today I think the music is eerie. It's subtle, but even at that, it's spooky. The moans and grunts of zombies are sometimes annoying, but definitely come in handy, because it can sometimes be the only means you have of even knowing there's a zombie around (see aforementioned gripe about camera angles). Voice-overs during cut scenes are well done, too. I'm not saying the audio isn't showing its age, but it's definitely some of the better music of the Playstation era.
Controls are the tank controls that Resident Evil abandoned with Resident Evil 4. Even though the controls are stiff (and that may be a compliment), I never find them particularly hindering. Despite gripes to the contrary, I never have any problems controlling the characters. The rest of the controls are simple and easy to work, so most people won't have any problems picking up this game and playing it.
Overall, Resident Evil 2 is definitely the best in the series. People who praise Resident Evil 4 as holding that title will argue until they turn blue in the face, but I think Resident Evil 2 was just a better game. With a story that is good but not intrusive, visuals that are quite strong for any Playstation-era game, and audio that is nostalgic but well-done, Resident Evil 2 may very well be the highlight of any Playstation game collection.
From katybear25 over on Deviant Art. She's got a ton of different outfits for Cammy Cosplay. I just thot the M. Bison 1 is the coolest. Check it out!
Check out kaytbear25's Deviant Art Page for more.
You Jimmys know I main Cammy & not because I like her fighting style. I like to look at her. katybear25 here looks pretty good in this Cammy cosplay as Bison. So it gave me an idea, I'll share this image on Gouki. Maybe I'll find some more Cammy cosplay's that I like or any other video game cosplays. If you have any favorite of any character leave them in the comments below & maybe I'll feature 1 of your favorites in the future.
Thanks for looking. Don't be a Jimmy!
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By: BatRastered Feb 22, 2012 | 3 Comments | Updated: Feb 22, 2012
BatRastered's Trailer Breakdown: Borderlands 2 kicks off a new era of Shoot and Loot on September 18th in the US and September 21st Internationally! Gouki.com breaks down the new Siren's skill tree. Ninjas?
September 18! Ok, now that we've got the release date news out of the way, watch the video and I'll break down some news afterwards.
Here's the team of characters you will be using (about 0:40 in the video):
Salvador - the Gunzerker. His skill is dual wielding, as talked about way back at PAX. Yes, dual wield any two guns. Awesome.
Maya - Siren. She was revealed at PAX, but nothing was shown of her skill. We now know it is called Phaselock and it looks like an M. Bison Ultra 2 finisher. It holds an enemy in a phase field. It's unknown if this causes damage or just holds them while you shoot them.
Axton - Soldier. Looks like he's got a turret, so not much changing for this class, though I expect the skill tree will have some new hotness.
Zero - Ninja? He's got a sword that cuts people in half. Looks awesome, not much else shown of him in this video.
Next highlight: 0:54... Flying vehicles, not shown if we can pilot them, but looks cool.
Starting around 1:18 they move quickly through Maya's skill tree. I paused a lot and got these goodies for you all:
Sweet Release: Killing an Enemy who you currently have phaselocked creates Life Orbs which automatically heal the party.
Wreck: While you have an enemy phaselocked you gain increased fire rate and damage with all gun types.
Recompense: Taking health damage has a chance to cause you shields to instantly start charging. Also increases your sheild charge rate.
Res: You can instantly revive a downed friend by using phaselock on him/her (picture of a phoenix down lol)
Elated: While you have an enemy phaselocked you and your friends regenerate health.
Inertia: Killing an enemy causes your shields to quickly regenerate and increases your reload speed for a few seconds.
Kinetic Reflection: After killing an enemy you gain the ability to reflect enemy bullets sending them flying back toward your enemies. This effect lasts for a short time.
Accelerate: Increases damage and bullet speed with all gun types.
Ward: Improves your shield capacity and shield recharge delay.
Suspension: Increases the duration of phaselock.
What do you think? See anything else in the video that you're excited about? Leave a comment!
By: BatRastered May 21, 2014 | 1 Comments
Don't expect too much gameplay in your gameplay videos these days...
Cool video, would've liked to see some acutal gameplay in a video with "gameplay" in the title though.
My impressions of the Ubisoft keynote speech.
When Ubisoft started out their keynote, I wasn't quite sure what I was watching. I thought maybe I'd changed the channel and turned on the Stoner's Channel - but I hadn't; Ubisoft was just showing off Children of Eden, a super-trippy game that is supposed to be (I think) the spiritual successor to Rez. I might have been impressed, but I can't tell, because I had no idea what I was seeing. It was trippy - I'll give it that - but all I saw was some guy wailing his arms around and colorful blocks doing crazy things. I don't know about this Ubisoft; I mean, it was cool on the PS2, but really?
Next they showed Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood with a demo that looked amazing. Mind you I've never played either of the first two Assassin's Creed games, but this demo automatically made me want this game to come out already. There was just something about it that was so cool looking. In my opinion it seemed to have a bit of a Prince of Persia feel to it with the acrobatics and combat, but that's certainly nothing bad at all.
Then they showed Shaun White Skateboarding, which - okay, I really like the concept of this game; I think it sounds really cool to skate around and change the world. I think this has the potential to be the next-gen version of what a really cool Tony Hawk game could have been. To be completely honest I'm quite excited about this game, and that's saying a lot since I don't care much about skateboarding games.
Battle tag - what? That's not a video game at all. I'm not even really sure what to say about this - but I can only assume that you wouldn't care about it if I knew how to explain it. Where is the 'video' part of video game here?
Innergy? Wait a minute - where have I seen this before? Oh, I know...this was the Vitality Sensor that Nintendo showed off last year. Yes, that's right; you put it on your finger and it reads your vital information. Mind you it doesn't look there's any real game here. Where the battle tag crap lacked the 'video' part of video game, this lacks the 'game' part of video game. Okay, so moving on...
Next Ubisoft showed a couple Kinect games. One was Motion Sports, which dare I say is Wii Sports for the 360. I literally saw nothing here that impressed me, and nothing really that looked new at all. I'm not sure why Ubisoft expects anyone to care about this, especially since Microsoft had a nearly identical game they showed during their keynote speech. I'll pass.
Ugh, another fitness game?! They already showed off Your Shape: Fitness Evolved during the Microsoft keynote, but apparently they thought it was good enough to show again. Well guess what - they were wrong. In fact it wasn't worth showing off the first time. Next.
There was a little video for Raving Rabbids Travel in Time. None of this video was gameplay, so I'm having a hard time figuring out what kind of game this is. It's exclusively for the Wii, so my expectations are next to nil. But to be fair, I can't really say anything for certain, because all they showed was a gameplay-free trailer.
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier - this is what everyone wanted to see. And I'm glad to say that it didn't disappoint. There was a demo that looks freaking amazing. I really can't wait for this game to come out! I wasn't the least bit interested in this game before, but after seeing it in demo form...wow. There's a nice mixture of stealth and action. The graphics looked amazing, and this isn't even the final build. Just wow. The demo left me speechless.
They showed a demo of Driver: San Francisco next. I'm just...well, I remember the old Driver games; they weren't that great. Driver was a series that I was fine with being gone. I felt no need to see it brought back. But since it is being brought back, it looks...meh. You drive around doing cool chase scenes. It's pretty much what you'd expect, and it doesn't look like it offers much more than what you'd expect. This might be the perfect type of game for someone, but not me.
They showed a trailer of a game that is being called Project: Dust right now. The trailer doesn't really tell you much about the game, so I'm not sure of much about it. The premise was certainly interesting; it appears to be about some ancient civilization trying to survive or something of that nature. I'm not sure what genre of game this will be, but I think that if the gameplay can match the premise, it might just end up being pretty good.
Rayman has been gone for a while, so I'm surprised that we got to see Rayman: Origins. There's something you must know about this game if you didn't see the gameplay: it's freaking cute as hell, but that's not at all a bad thing. It really does look like it's a very charming game, and I think it looks like it could be one of those games that is just pure fun, which is something I've been wanting for a while.
ManiaPlanet isn't a game at all; it's a platform to allow people to make their own games. TrackMania is something that has been out for a while, and it's been quite popular. Now it's being branched out into a whole platform that will have TrackMania, ShooterMania, and QuestMania (racing, FPS, and RPG accordingly). This has that whole LittleBigPlanet feel to it where it's focusing on the gamers as creators. The problem I have with this is that most of us aren't game designers, and I don't want to have to sift through loads of crap from artistic wannabes to find one gem.
Apparently there's a Michael Jackson game of some sort. I don't know; some people came out and danced to Beat It. Whatever. Just Dance: Michael Jackson? Meh. I'd rather not Just Dance if it's all the same to Ubisoft.
Yeah, Ubisoft's keynote was just horrible. There were a few interesting games, and a few great looking games, but...there was just too much that disappointed me. I'm feeling that Ubisoft is becoming one of the major advocates of casual gaming. With things like Innergy in the pipeline, I'm just...I can't get behind Ubisoft on this. Terrible. Tsk, tsk.
By: goukijones Aug 12, 2018 | 1 Comments
I played the first game for a few hours and I didn’t like it. This trailer hypes me up and so I will give Rage 2 a try. I have a new look on video games and the possibility of attempting to play through Rage 2 will be an experiment indeed.
Let me know what you think in the comments about this Rage 2 gameplay.
By: BatRastered Jul 25, 2012 | 3 Comments
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