This story is about me playing WWE Stars at E3 2010
Ok today I tried out WWE All Stars over at E3 and it is still in production so all they had is John Cena and The Rock, now when there finished it will have a lot of wrestlers from what I believe is from the 2000's, 90's and 80's. Some people hate it so far but u got to understand like I said before it is still in the works but to me it's going to be good for what it is. The fighting is basic and easy to pick up I did not know what I was doing but I figured it out as I played the game. I'm thinking that the announcers will say different things over and over again. And I'm hoping they get the crowd to interact in some way. Now I agree that the animation looks retarded but it still be fun as hell.
A couple of jimmys got a behind closed doors demo of 2K's new squad based 3rd person shooter...
Spec Ops: The Line was demoed for us today, here's some initial thoughts.
The game takes place in near-future Dubai that has been covered meters deep in sand and nearly abandoned. The unique setting provides some great opportunities for spectacular level design. We only saw half a level, so I can't say if the game will live up to that promise, but the visuals I did see were quite good especially considering that this was a very early build (The Line is scheduled for a 2011 release). With the arterial spatter and the corpses being devoured by crows, this is an M-rated title for sure.
The sand plays an important role, as it allows you to use the environment to your advantage, either by destroying a wall and dumping tons of sand (tons!) on your enemies or blowing up a window allowing sand into the building you are trying to find a way out of and using said sand as stairs.
You play as the captain and roll with two jimmys beside you that you can issue commands to, but the AI seems to do pretty well on its own already. This is where the biggest dissapointment came in; even though this is a squad based shooter, there will be no co-op in the campaign. (Though there will be a separate co-op "experience" that the developers were not ready to take the wraps off of yet.) Seriously though, I know not every game can be co-op through the story, but a squad based shooter is just such a natural fit for that, I guess I just expect it now and am dissapointed when I don't see it.
Stay tuned as this game gets closer to release, I see some potential here if the multiplayer comes through.
I get like 47 seconds with Josh Sawyer, before we're told to stop filming. Don't worry I'll tell you more about our conversation.
Fallout New Vegas looks just like Fallout 3, so graphics aren't the issue here. Controls felt the same to me; it was very easy to jump back into it. Josh Sawyer is the game’s Project Director and he was there to answer all of my questions and walk me through a quick experience in Fallout New Vegas. As I grab the controller I start to punch and fight the first guy I see. I didn’t know that I was in a casino at this point and I had no weapons. I was raiped by security and was quickly dead. Josh sighed and told me to hit load, we have to start all over again. So here we go from the beginning of the press demo.
The game loads up just in-side Las Vegas on the strip. Doesn’t look anything like the Vegas I know, but I understand that 200 years in the future it should look completely different. They’re always blowing shit up in Las Vegas. I can’t remember clearly what happened next, I began to walk around the city and I saw someone I wanted to punch again. Before Josh could stop me I had already decked the Ceaser’s Legion security guard and then I died again. Ok, push start and load the last game. Josh at this point wanted to strangle me for sure.
Now we head right over to the casino, so he could show me the gambling. Table games and slot machines and if you win too much, the casino will boot you out. Cool. Now I want to go shoot some Jimmys.
So we load up a mission. Typical Fallout 3 mission style. Go talk to this Jimmy, go to this spot, go find this Jimmy, go shoot these Jimmys, pick up the thing, return the thing, talk to the Jimmy that originally gave you the mission and mission complete. Watch the video. It’s Fallout New Vegas from E3 2010 with Josh Sawyer.
A quick sneak peek at the new game based on the movie based on the comics...
Check it out jimmy!
By: BatRastered Jun 26, 2010 | 3 Comments
Crysis 2 looks amazing... on the PC anyway.
We got to see a demo of Crysis 2 in the EA booth at this year's E3.
I'll tell you what, it looked VERY pretty. You've never seen a game that looked this good. Unfortunately this was running on a PC. I'm not sure of the specs they had, but given the 80 inch plasma in front of the room, and the fact that they wanted to show off this game, I'll assume it's better equipped than mine. Even given that, there were a few points in the demo where the frame rate dropped noticeably. I worry about how this game will turn out on the PS3 and XBOX 360.
It looked to me as the whole city was rendered in real time with lots of pieces, as a whole building comes down and it's not a cinematic cut scene. If you could buy two XBOXes with the money you spent on your video card, you need this game to justify your purchase. Otherwise, I'd wait and see how the console versions turn out.
It also looked to me as if the jimmy running this demo was in god mode, because he was getting pwnd but not dying. Hmmm... conspiracy!
I use every bullet I have on the first boss...
I played the first level of Vanquish at E3. The game is really smooth. It plays like Gears of War on speed. You mostly rely on cover, but you can move so fast from one to the next and shuffle around behind it. The graphics look great and the control is spot on when moving around. I had a little bit of trouble with the targetting mechanic as it didn't "pop and lock" when I held down the aim button like most western shooters I'm used to (and I think the sensitivity was dialed way up from where I like it).
My only dissapointment was the lack of multiplayer despite the fact that you are rolling with a squad. I'm still interested in playing this though.
Check out this quick video of me playing Vanquish at Sega's E3 booth.
I bet you don't know hat it is. It's DEVIL KINGS 3!
Sengoku Basara 3 is CAPCOM answer to Tecmo Koei's Dynasty Warrior. It is an hack-and-slach game published and developer from CAPCOM.
The gameplay in the demo built was a little above normal. There are a few attacks, light, heavy, and the destroy button. It's when you pound enough guys and destroy half of Japan, you get an attack that whipes the rest of the field.
The game doesn't have online but will be released late this hoilday season, early spring for thr Playstaion 3 and Nintendo Wii.
Check out my impressions of EA's keynote speech inside.
So Microsoft's keynote was pretty disappointing; we all know it's true. Unless you care about watching Kinect, there was very little that was interesting. So then came EA's keynote. Was it better than Microsoft? For the most part, yes.
EA opened up with a new remake of Hot Pursuit. I have to say it: I wasn't that much impressed by the demo. It's from Criterion, and it certainly looked like it; the game really did appear to have a Burnout feel to it. The graphics do look impressive, but I just can't get over the fact that the game looks more like a Burnout game than a Need for Speed game. EA boasted that the game was going back to the Need for Speed roots, but I just didn't see it in the demo.
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FNJimmy and I got a little private time with Final Fantasy XIV in 3D, with my best friend Jack Daniels.
FNJimmy and I got into the private hands on room of Final Fantasy XIV. I played it in 3D and let me just say it looks absolutely amazing. The problem with 3D gaming of course (and this isn’t the only time you’re going to hear me say this) I don’t want to have a $5000 dollar set up to play it. The glasses and 3D on screen were not abrasive at all. Although I don’t know how I would feel after playing Final Fantasy for XIV umpteen hours.
As far as the actual gameplay of Final Fantasy XIV it was just like Final Fantasy XI, I’m afraid that this game may just be a graphical update. I ran through the town and saw the shops and few NPC’s all very familiar to anyone that has played FFXI. When I got out into the field with a group to fight some enemies, again felt just like FFXI.
Final Fantasy XIV or Star Wars The Old Republic? The variables here would be release dates, friends online, monthly pricing, and system. I don’t know when either game is coming out for sure, but I’ll be giving both a try when they are released. I think my friends online are gonna be split. Whoever has the cheaper service is just gonna receive bonus points. As far as systems go, I know I’ll be starting either one on the PC so I guess that does matter. Here’s a short clip of FNJimmy and myself hands on with Jack Daniels errrrrrrr Final Fantasy XIV.
This is a video that has been circulating the net about the difference between the alpha and beta versions of Final Fantasy XIV. Hello?! WTF? When the game is actually released, we won’t be playing either version, so who cares? The graphics are nice though.
This is the North American E3 2010 Trailer. Makes my nipples hard Jimmy.
By: reipuerto Jun 15, 2010 | 2 Comments
Naruto Ultimate Storm... It's a mouth full alright.
E3 2010 is going with the anime style hard with Naruto.
Developer CyberConnect2 and publisher Namco Bandai Games are going ALL out in this sequel!
The story line starts with naruto coming back fromhis three year training with Jiraiya and ends with Pane.
The biggest selling point will be online mutilplayer on both, the 360, and PS3. They did not mention voice chat or DLC at the time, but lets hope for a balance fighter and deep combat!
Nintendo names and shows the new Zelda during their keynote.
The first thing on Nintendo's stage this morning: Zelda - and the name of the new Zelda title: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Not the greatest name in my book, but oh well - how's it look?
Skyward Sword appears to have Link as an adult, but wait - am I seeing cel-shading? Why yes, I think I am! Skyward Sword has a more realistic look than Wind Waker, but it's still laced with a cel-shaded look that I find to personally be quite unappealing. I don't know; you'll have to judge the look for yourself, but as of yet I've not found any official screenshots.
The game uses the Wii Motion Plus and seems to have true one-to-one motion for sword fights. The one-to-one combat ends up being a critical part of the gameplay, because enemies will be required to be hit from certain angles at times in order to defeat them. I admit that the gameplay looks to have some really cool aspects, and it really does look like Nintendo has evolved Zelda and made something that combines Zelda and the Wii perfectly.
Skyward Sword; one-to-one fighting; a little bit of cel-shading (ugh). This is the next Zelda.
Keep checking out Gouki for your up-to-the-minute E3 coverage!
EDIT: Miyamoto just confirmed that Skyward Sword will not be out in 2010; it will come out some time in 2011.
Well thats it at lease the guys over at EA did excellent with Star Wars: TOR.
Well alright we kick things of with Microsoft Kinect all I can say is its controller free, you can work out with it's exercise program and anything else the Wii can also do. Gears of War 3 has 4 player co-op and now you can play a girl, woopie. Then there was Metal Gear solid for the xbox, looks amazing. The C.O.D. black ops its looks no different then Modern Warfare 2. And the big SHOCKER is the new Xbox 360 smaller, sleek looking, black, and with built in wi-fi and 250gb hdd. Well thats it at lease the guys over at EA did excellent with Star Wars: TOR. I don't play at all of any PC games but this one I can't wait to play it. Alright thats all see you jimmyas tomorrow for Day 1, peace.
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