By: goukijones Oct 14, 2011 | 4 Comments
Hopefully you know, I did not like FF13. Very linear, no fun leveling up or equipping your team. I watch a developer demo FF13-2 at E3 this year and he looked bored out of his mind, just hitting the same 1 button over and over during combat. Not Hype.
By: goukijones Dec 12, 2009 | 6 Comments
Strip all of your characters before any cut scene for hilariousness!
This happened on my second play thru. Money is not easy to come by early on in the game. So in classic RPG style I removed all the gear and weapons from party members I knew were going to die. Just to sell the equipment later. Jimah!
Off-screen HD Capture Jimmy!
By: Daisymare Sep 28, 2012 | 1 Comments
Canterlot Gardens is currently going on in Strongsville Ohio this weekend and Dev Team ManeSix is on the scene with a special Canterlot Gardens build of Fighting is Magic for an impromptu fighting tournament.
The link above will take you to the live stream of the game being played as we speak. I was told it will be going on all weekend but have no way of knowing for sure.
The "Tournament" seems to be more of a random grouping of players fighting until defeated than an actual tournament with a leaderboard.
The big news is that ManeSix is introducing Rainbow Dash in playable form and from I saw she is kicking ass all over the game. This brings the playable count up to 5 characters in the game with Fluttershy being the last one to be added before the games final version and release into the wild. Addictional characters will be released in updates in the future as balancing is improved with each update.
The EVO 2K build was leaked earlier this summer with only 4 playable characters and has since been rebalanced and improved.
No release date for the final version has been posted as of this writing.
Inversion is a new game from Namco Bandai, developed by Saber Interactive. They've worked with Bungie. The Halo CE Anniversary campaign runs on the Saber3d engine. They also made TimeShift. This game doesn't look too excite for me right now. 0 Hype.
Resident evil is capcoms flagship zombies series but dead rising is the new king of zombie action!
Dead rising is one of those games that won't seem that great until you truly get into the meat of the game. When i first bought it i didn't like it but i saw potential in it so i bought it again one day to give it another chance. As of now it is one of my all-time favorites read the review and find out why this is the ULTIMATE zombie experience.
Frank controls like most other game characters, you run around using the left thumb stick and use X to attack things, you can also press the right trigger to enter an over-the-shoulder mode (like RE4) and use the weapons you have in different ways, some you just throw away when in this mode (melee weapons mostly), but then there are the guns which of course aim much better in this mode, and there are also some things (like hockey clubs, golf clubs, bowling balls, etc) that will allow you to use them as you would normally use them (in a non-zombies situation that is).
The other thing about the gameplay is that in the beginning, you will probably feel kind of weak, you start out with no real abilities except the ability to jump and use weapons, and then as you progress and beat bosses, complete missions, kill zombies and escort survivors to safety, you gain levels and with this gain more attack power, speed, health slots and new cool attacks that you can use to get the zombies out of your way. This makes you feel like you really are getting better at what you are doing as you progress through the game.Read full story...
Some modders made Grand Theft Auto IV on PC look more realistic...
The driving physics still look all over the place though.
GTA 4 ENB ultra graphics gameplay
Team Ninja gets there first go at the Zelda franchise.
Last night it hit the interwebs that the next main game in the Zelda series is in development and is being headed by Team Ninja. Nintendo has seen the great success this developer is having with their project Metroid: Other M and worked out a deal to also work on another of Nintendo's beloved series.
Not much info is known about the game yet. What is known is that Link is supposed to be faster, stronger and all-around more bad-ass. The elves of Kakariko village have ancient techniques stored that they will teach to Link, such as teleportation, elemental magic and using two swords at once! More information to come soon!
My two hit combo. Check it out. Chrome and Firefox best viewed!
What a treat from you guys! Not only pictures but the video too. Let me know in the comment section below on your favorite cosplayer and what did you think about the video too!
Over all. AFO was a fun convention.
They had good panels every other hour, the vendor's room was an abundance size, sufficient cosplayer, and the rave(and the after party) was worth it!
After some hands-on with Brutal Legend, what's the verdict?
Brutal Legend is a good looking game with some serious production values. It's basically a hack-and-slash 3-d platformer mashup. The animation is great and the dialogue and voice acting (featuring Jack Black) are top-notch. You can certainly expect some laughs while playing through this game. It feels like you're controlling a Jack Black animated feature.
You have two basic weapons, your axe and your guitar. Your axe functions much like you'd expect it to, with decapitated and bisected enemies strewn about in its wake. Your guitar allows you to shoot either some sort of lightning, or pyro effects. The pyro allows you to knock enemies up in the air, where you can knock them out baseball style with your axe.
The controls are tight while on foot, but tend to get a little loose when you're in your vehicle. Like most third person 3-d games, this one too suffers from some camera issues. There are options to set the camera speed, and those help, but a re-center type button would've been nice. One of the boss battles has you driving your car, but the camera is panned out and not behind you which creates a bit of steering trouble (for me anyway).
The finished game also includes a muliplayer mode, which should add some replayability to this title.
If you like the hack-and-slash or 3-d platformer genre, I'm sure you won't be dissapointed with this game. Me, I love everthing about this game, except playing it. It's really not my style, game-play wise. I'd love to watch someone else play through it. I would definitely try before you buy, especially if you have an XBox live gold account, as you can download the demo right now, for free. If you're one of those people who loved Psychonauts so much that you still talk about, well, WTF are you doing reading this, don't you have a pre-order to pick up?
Brutal Legend releases October 13, 2009. Pre-order now.
The new DLC that bridges the gap between ME2 and ME3 hits XBLA and PSN tomorrow...
Are you ready for this? This is the first ME DLC that looks like I actually want to play.
Mass Effect 2: Official Arrival DLC Trailer
Honestly I've been laying the SmackDown on FnJimmy the last couple of times we did battle on the MvC3, so I decided to record one of our best 2 out 3, best 3 out of 5 series. What happens next is unbelievable.
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CAPCOM moved this in to what?! (First impression)
Capcom, you sexy, lying, penny pinching, re-releasing games and putting out you. You sure out did yourself on this one! Monster Hunter Tri for the Nintendo Wii is a great addition to the series and it delivers!
While the story isn’t in par with those of Bayonetta, Devil May Cry, Megaman, and Dead Rising, but it’s all about questing. You start the game as a traveler from a far land that arrivals when an earthquake strikes and it’s up the “the lone hero” to investigate and make the villagers happy at the same time. While the story might not catch your attention, the quest style with friends will!
The premise of the game is to hunt monster, use their parts, to hunt bigger and badder beast! It’s a vicious cycle since each piece of amour and weapon increase quality, slots and attributes. The game supports Wii Speak , Wi-Fi, friend code/ with or without actual friends, and two player offline area style split screen. CAPCOM has even bundled the game with Nintendo’s new Classic Pro Controller.
So far, my experience has been pleasant. The controls are great with the Pro and the learning curve isn’t hard, just be patient and you’ll feel great taking down a massive monster.
Buy it Jimmy! A game that’s FREE online, weekly quests that are added, and a soon to be growing online community. It’s a steal. BUY IT!
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