By: goukijones Oct 17, 2012 | 3 Comments
GoukiJones discovers how to level up easily in Borderlands 2 with the Mechromancer. From the Gouki.com LIVE stream on twitch.tv/goukijones.
Apologies for the audio. The echo is from my speakers in the living room. The lag, I didn't realize that was happening during the stream. Too much PWNn I think. It gets better. Keep watching.
Anyway. It's pretty clear in the video & during the cut scenes & the credits, I'm getting EASY XP from my robot railing every RAKK in the sky. Keep this pro-tip in mind on your first playthru with YOUR Mechromancer. Don't be a Jimmy!Read full story...
By: goukijones Jun 19, 2012 | 3 Comments
Seth Killian thanks Ono-san, Mark Beaumont, and Niitsuma-san in his farewell letter as a Capcom employee.
Here's a shocker Jimmy. Seth Killian is leaving Capcom as of Friday June 22, 2012. Look, people come and go in all types of positions. I'm sure some of us have worked with a co-worker who was super cool, but one day just stopped coming to work. A few weeks later you find out he's now running his own company somewhere. So here's to Seth Killian buying that THQ studio that just got fired and starting his own game company. He could call it SethWare. That'd be dope.
This letter might be a little difficult to read for some. That just means it's very serious for us and we get it. Thank You Seth and here is my favorite excerpt.
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"to the FGC: In no uncertain terms, you have been my reason for everything. A game can be incredible, but it's the players and where they take it that elevate it into legend. Both as individuals and as a group, you have taught me more than I could have ever thought possible. Every hour on the road and every air mile towards my first million doesn't begin to repay the debt I feel to all of you. You are a family to me."
With Skarlet showing great combo potential, Kenshi displays great promise with a slick blade to incorporate into his fighting techniques. His blinding speed gives him access to after image abilities that enable him to take down his enemies with precision.
Kenshi is the downloadable character players will go to if Skarlet wasn't their cup of tea. Below are some videos I felt to be useful in learning his fighting potential.
Kenshi's most notable advantage is his sword, which in turn gives him great range to apply in a number of situations. I look forward to trying out this slick Ryu looking samurai. In addition, here is a link to the backround story to who Kenshi is in case any of you are interested: http://mortalkombat.wikia.com/wiki/Kenshi
Along with these new characters hitting our systems, we cannot forget the original secret characters and how we first encountered them in earlier titles. Below are instructions on how to fight the original secret characters in Arcade.
Jade Secret Battle: During the Shang Tsung Battle, you must win both rounds without getting hit once. This is called a “Double Flawless Victory”, you then must finish the evil sorcerer off by performing a Fatality. Do this successfully and you should be taken to fight a hidden secret battle against the rmerald green female ninja, Jade. Jade appeared as a Secret Battle in Mortal Kombat 2
Here is the Jade Secret Battle on video:
Noob Saibot Secret Battle: During a fight on the “Temple” Stage, keep an eye on the background for Noob Saibot to pop up. If he does, then you will need to win that round without using Block. If done successfully, you’ll be taken to fight Noob Saibot! Noob Saibot is so named by reversing the names of the two creators of Mortal Kombat: John Tobias and Ed Boon. He first appeared in Mortal Kombat 2 as a “Shadow” Ninja, but was unplayable. You could only fight against him as a Secret Battle. He then appeared as an unlockable playable character in Mortal Kombat 3 and subsequent titles like Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 and Mortal Kombat Trilogy.
Here is the Noob Secret Battle on video:
Reptile Secret Battle: While playing on the stage known as “The Pit 2 (Night)”, keep your eye on the moon. If a shadowy figure flies across the Moon, then you must beat both rounds against your opponent without getting hit a single time. If your energy bar is completely full at the end of both rounds, you’ll earn a “Double Flawless” victory. You’ll need to finish this awesome feat off by performing a Fatality against your opponent. Do so and you’ll be taken to a Secret Battle against the Green Ninja known as “Reptile”. Reptile was the first ever “Secret Character” and appeared as a Secret Battle in Mortal Kombat 1, where you could fit him at the bottom of the Pit stage! So this is a very cool homage to that secret for MK fans.
Here is the Reptile Secret Battle on video:
Cyber Smoke Secret Battle: In a definite homage to Mortal Kombat 2, you can fight against Robo Smoke by keeping an eye on the trees in the background of “The Living Forest” stage. Fans of Mortal Kombat 2 will remember that Jade and Smoke would peek out from behind the trees, suggesting a secret pertaining to them. Which proved to be true as you could fight against both characters. In MKII a shadow also would fly across the Moon at this stage, some people think it was Noob Saibot in shadow form, thus hinting at all three hidden characters in one stage for those with keen eyes. Thankfully these secrets have been integrated into the Living Forest Stage. As mentioned above, wait for Cyber Smoke to appear in the background and peek out from one of the trees. If he does, at that moment, press Down+Back repeatedly. If done successfully, you will fight against the Cybernetic Robot in a Secret Battle! This is the only time you get to see Smoke in his robot form, as he is unplayable in the game! Hopefully he will be released as DLC.
Here is the Smoke Secret Battle on video:
I will always enjoy secret characters in video games. They truly bring replay value to the game. Hope you enjoyed this story.
By: iorilamia Feb 24, 2011 | 11 Comments
Recent interview with Yoshinori ono is looking grim...but Japan sells for Catherine are at the top of the charts!
In this weeks Famitsu Magazine with an interview with Ono , he said there are no plans for home version of AE. Ontop of that he said certain characers in AE were made strong, " having such a character helps to build community and competitive spirit" Ono says. That was followed by him saying that home ssf4 was super balanced and no character was over powered. Even though he said there is no plan for AE home, he did not disconfirm Yun,Yang, E Ryu and Oni as DLC, he just didn't comment on it. This definately seems like we will have some sort of AE character DLC, but not the character changes. Also ssf4 was a great balanced fighter...compared to other fighters, but as its own game I felt lots of unbalance issues with lower tier characters vs people that had so many ultra options, juggles and damage output. Most people agree that AE is far more balanced...or is Ono just trolling as usual?
Is this news bumming you out, leaving you with a spark of hope or is it just nonsense, leave a comment below.
Edit: Someone asked ono on twitter about consoles not getting AE DLC and he said "Over My Dead Body" or something like that. -CinderkinRead full story...
I have a lot of stuff I want to pwn and film today. Don't be a Jimmy!
Pwntober 3 featuring Big Merkle is going down today. I want o finish getting all of the acheivements in Borderlands. I want to make fun of Marvel Ultimate Alliance some how. That is a Jimmy ass game!
I gotta play some Modern Warfare to even though I absolutely suck at it.
Dragon Age: Origins has become a little more fun since I started over and built my character a little better. I was lookin' like a Nuab before!
Left 4 Dead 2
Modern Warfare 2
New Super Mario Bros. Wii
Dragon Age: Origins
Maybe some ...
Street Fighter IV
Pokey86 created a video showing the properties of the juggle system in Super Street Fighter 4.
Found this over at http://www.eventhubs.com/
The video is fairly technical, and it's the kind of thing you might have to watch 2, 3 or 10 times to fully grasp it. But if the inner workings of the game are something that interests you, proceed.
Did you learn anything from this? Has it upped your game? Tell us in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!
On the latest interview with Daisuki Ishiwatari and Toshimichi Mori of Arc System Works, they speak about Guilty Gear and what the future holds for the company.
In a fairly large interview with Eurogamer, Daisuki Ishiwatari and Toshimichi Mori of Arc System Works spoke of their company's recent efforts and what we can expect from the m and their IPs in the near future. Sadly, that future is very bleak for fans of Guilty Gear, as they said point-blank that seeing another entry in the series anytime soon is unlikely. When asked the question "What ever happened to Guilty Gear? Why did you stop making it?", Ishiwatari responded "Guilty Gear got too hardcore for some people, so we wanted to reset the level of entrance. BlazBlue was the answer to it. Also, the generation of Guilty Gear players has become a certain age – maybe a little bit too old for playing games. So making that reset brings in a new generation of fighting game players. Then they will be with us for the next few years." The interview itself holds a lot more information that doesn't necessarily pertain to Guilty Gear, and is a pretty good read.Check out the interview on the link below. http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2011-03-16-the-arc-of-fighting-interview?page=2
AriaHFIL has uploaded a new Street Fighter Music Video Parody. He is known for taking popular songs and twisting them. Check it out!
Which song is your favorite? Let EmpyreanAria know on his Youtube channel and he may make one into a full video and MP3 download.
Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!
Sorry I haven't been very active lately guys. Been busy with my birthday and some other stuff, but to make it up to you I've got a review of Duke Nukem Forever.
Duke Nukem Forever. The game that most of us never thought would see the light of day, has finally been released. Was it worth the wait?
Graphics: Let's start here. Duke Nukem Forever has been in development for about 12 years now, and it definitely shows. The graphics in this game are very sub-par compared to the games were used to seeing released nowadays, but I wouldn't say they're terrible. They look like a very early 360 game, or maybe even a late Xbox game. They get the job done but don't be expected to be blown out of the water by any means. There are posters on the wall that are so blurry you can't read them, and Duke's jumping animation when looking in a mirror is laughable. Literally, I laugh every time I see it.
Story: I'm going to tell you right now that if you waited for Duke all these years hoping for an epic story you're going to be very VERY disappointed. Pretty much Aliens came to earth, and duke needs to stop them....again. But this time they've taken all the women, and Duke won't stand for that. And that's the entire story. No plot twists no nothing, that's pretty much about it.Read full story...
By: iorilamia Feb 12, 2011 | 8 Comments
The police don't have shit on this guy.
Remi Gaillard is a French comedian who takes things to a whole new level. Jimmy dresses up as Mario and suits up a Go-Kart to look just like a MarioKart. But it doesn't stop there. He takes this thing to the streets, grocery store and shopping mall! And to live up to the Mario Kart epicness, he throws bananna peels and toy turtles at cars he is passing in the streets. Ofcourse you can't do these things without the police noticing...check how he handles them in the videos below ;)
Videos uplaoded from http://www.youtube.com/user/nqtv
-signature made by MILKY!-
By: DragonKiss83 Feb 28, 2011 | 8 Comments
A trophy for being a total duche.
It's crap like this that makes FPS suck. It's bad enough having your ass handed to you by a pro, or having a 12 year old kid kid lucky and talk shit, but it's people like this who deserve a swift kick in the nuts.
Can anyone tell me how that's fun? What a fucking jimmy.
Don't be a Jimmy lets hear what you think.
Super Street Fighter IV has competition again Mortal Kombat is back. People will be playing this in tournaments.
First stop of day 2 E3 2010 was the Mortal Kombat demonstration in the Warner Bros. booth. We had to wait for the first rack of nuabs to finish, because we were a little late.
As we enter the private room I noticed t-shirts draped over the chairs. Bonus!! A bad ass exclusive Mortal Kombat t-shirt, with an exposed rib cage and it says Finish Him on the back. Anyway, then I realized that the Jimmy in the front of the room was, Ed frickin Boon man! The demonstration was hosted by Ed Boon, the series creator. On the a giant projector screen Sub-Zero and Scorpion were highlighted on the character select. Right away this felt like Mortal Kombat II to me.
My boy, Ed talks about how Mortal Kombat is going back to its roots and that’s why the game name is just Mortal Kombat. Sub-Zero and Scorpion begin to fight and it looks incredible. The level was the Living Forest from Mortal Kombat II, you could see snakes and bugs crawling through the dead bodies in the back ground. Wait this super detailed and bad ass fight against two of the worlds most well know ninja lookin’ dudes. Scorpion has his chain spike … “Get over here!” Sub-Zero has his classic ice ball. Scorpion can teleport and when he does he leaves behind a cloud of smoke that looks almost just like him. Sub-Zero shoots ice at the ground, but Scorpion doesn’t slip. His foot is stuck in the ice, Sub-Zero walks up and uppercuts him in the GARILL! The fight continues and Scorpion wins … Finish Him. The testers could not pull off the fatality. NUBFARM!
Then we switched it up to the new tag team system. You get two guys and I get two guys. You can call in for assists or you can swap out at any time. The combat is totally in-depth, tons of combos and juggles. Juggle in and out with your partner. There’s a super bar kind of, it can be used for EX type moves that are larger and do more damage. Combo breaker in case you are getting your ass kicked. Oh and the max super … does like a mini fatality during the match that cuts away to bones breaking punches, sword cutting action and well just blood spilling everywhere. BatRastered says like CSI when they do the special effects, but who watches CSI? Remember that Jet Li movie with the slow motion bone breaking like wire frame or whatever … never mind. This new Mortal Kombat is amazing.
A couple of other details are that there were 26 character slots, a random slot, and a DLC slot. They didn’t take any questions, I’m sorry I don’t know if there will be DLC characters. That DLC slot made me think there might be. The title screen was Sub-Zero punching the shit out of Scorpion or vice versa, I don’t know I don’t remember, I had a few sips of whiskey already at this point and I’m having one actually right now while I’m writing this. Wait …. Watch this video.
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