By: Phresh Mar 11, 2011 | 6 Comments
Egoraptor hilariously reviews Castlevania 2 and contrasts it to the original Castlevania.
Egoraptor, creator of the Awesome series and just a great and funny flash animator, just released a review video of Castlevania 2: Simon's Quest. Expect hilarity. Also, there's a lesson on gaming in general at the end of the video.
By: BatRastered Jan 19, 2012 | 2 Comments
Up until a few weeks ago, early March was looking extremely crowded...
And another one bites the dust...
Ghost Recon Future Soldier has fled the March 6th date as well leaving us with only two games that week, Mass Effect 3 and Street Fighter X Tekken. I can't say that I'm shocked... I was shocked initially that so many games were picking the same date to begin with.
You can now expect to pick up Ghost Recon Future Soldier on May 22nd in the US. (Or just order it from Amazon and have it delivered to your door the day it comes out, release date delivery FTW!)
By: goukijones Aug 27, 2013 | 1 Comments
I got 99% of Emotes, but a /visor ain't 1. Check out all of the programmable Emotes in Final Fantasy XIV A Realm Reborn.
Didn't have a movable visor at this point. You get the idea tho. Stagger is my favorite.
Thanks for watching.
By: goukijones Aug 28, 2012 | 3 Comments
Was Nintendo even at PAX last year? They had to be right? NoA is IN Seattle. Oh wait, it's coming back to me, I did play Mario Kart at PAX last year. I beat FnJimmy & BatRastered. Nintendo will be back again this year with the Wii-U FULL-ON!
Nintendo News: Nintendo Bringing Wii U to PAX Prime
SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- This year’s PAX Prime event will be action-packed, thanks to special game sampling opportunities and activities from Nintendo. Taking place Aug. 31 through Sept. 2 at Seattle’s Washington State Convention Center, the show will offer attendees the opportunity to play the groundbreaking Wii U™ system and several upcoming games, including Pikmin™ 3, ZombiU™ and New Super Mario Bros.™ U. The Wii U console launches this holiday season and introduces the Wii U GamePad, a controller with a 6.2-inch touch screen that redefines how people interact with their games, their entertainment and one another. The Nintendo booth (#462) will be the site of hands-on Wii U game demos, giving fans an early chance to check out the system’s unique integrated second-screen gaming experiences.
PAX Prime attendees can also visit the Nintendo Gaming Lounge on levels 2 and 3 of the North Galleria to experience unreleased games for the Nintendo 3DS™ and Nintendo DS™ hand-held systems and a special Kirby™ game collection for the Wii™ console. All Nintendo 3DS software will be playable on the new Nintendo 3DS XL, which features 90 percent larger screens compared to Nintendo 3DS. Fans of the Kirby, Paper Mario™ and Kid Icarus™ series will enjoy one-of-a-kind opportunities to celebrate these extraordinary franchises, and the Nintendo Gaming Lounge will include a special Pokémon™ area, where fans can gather to battle and trade with other Pokémon Trainers.
On Aug. 31 at 6:30 p.m., a live Kid Icarus™: Uprising multiplayer tournament will take place in the Nintendo Gaming Lounge on the third floor of the Washington State Convention Center, challenging new and experienced players to show their skills. Tournament participants are encouraged to bring their own Nintendo 3DS system and copy of the game, and will compete in wireless three-on-three Light vs. Dark multiplayer battles. The first, second and third place winners will receive a Core Set of the Kid Icarus: Uprising AR Cards, containing more than 400 AR Cards that have been released to date, as well as Nintendo Prepaid Cards. Tournament participants will receive Kid Icarus: Uprising Series 2 AR Card packs while supplies last. Series 2 AR Card packs will also be given away in the Nintendo booth during show hours, while supplies last.
On Sept. 1, Kirby fans are invited to take part in a special Guinness World Records® attempt to celebrate Kirby’s 20th anniversary and the upcoming launch of Kirby’s Dream Collection: Special Edition for Wii. The attempt will take place on the fourth floor of the Washington State Convention Center (4A). Participants will aim to break the record for the most people blowing a chewing gum bubble simultaneously. PAX Prime attendees will witness a sea of pink bubbles that resemble Kirby himself and pay tribute to his two decades of video game fun.
Meanwhile, PAX Prime attendees will be able to hunt and collect stickers being distributed throughout the venue (while supplies last) in celebration of the Nov. 11 launch of Paper Mario™: Sticker Star for Nintendo 3DS. Attendees will be challenged to find three game-themed stickers by following clues posted on Nintendo’s official Twitter account, @NintendoAmerica. Consumers who collect all three stickers and bring them to a Nintendo representative at the Nintendo Gaming Lounge will be awarded a special bonus sticker. A collectible Paper Mario: Sticker Star sticker book will be given away at retailers nationwide closer to the launch of the game, giving PAX Prime attendees a way to proudly showcase their collection. More details about the sticker book will be revealed at a later time.
Below is a complete list of games that will be available for sampling at PAX Prime:
• ZombiU (Ubisoft)
• Pikmin 3
• New Super Mario Bros. U
• Project P-100 (working title)
• Ninja Gaiden™ 3: Razor’s Edge
• Nintendo Land™
• Scribblenauts™ Unlimited (Warner Bros. Interactive)
• Trine 2™: Director’s Cut (Frozenbyte)
• Paper Mario: Sticker Star
• Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask™
• Luigi’s Mansion™: Dark Moon
• Adventure Time™: Hey Ice King! Why’d You Steal Our Garbage?! (D3Publisher)
• Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion (Disney Interactive)
• Skylanders Giants™ (Activision Publishing)
• New Super Mario Bros.™ 2
• Mario Kart™ 7
• Kid Icarus: Uprising
Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS
• Fluidity: Spin Cycle
• Pokédex™ 3D Pro
• 3D Classics: Kirby’s Adventure™
• Pokémon™ Conquest
• Kirby’s Dream Collection: Special Edition
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By: goukijones Dec 13, 2011 | 4 Comments
There were some classic disappointments this year. Never a good thing.
GoukiJones says: Wow! I couldn't have been more disappointed in myself after playing this game. I said it 2 years ago at E3 when I first played this game. "It felt stiff." Oh and it certainly was.
BatRastered says: A game that goes from one of GoukiJones' most hyped games to us returning un-opened copies to Amazon in the space of a few hours has to be nominated. The movement was supposed to differentiate this game, I knew it was in trouble when the Crysis 2 came out and did the same thing (vaulting, etc).
GoukiJones says: WTF? Are you trying to kill off the series? First of all the co-op should have been 4 players. Second, why couldn't a multiplayer disc be included like with ODST. I wasn't interested in this at all and this is coming from a guy who has over 185 hours of gameplay in the first 2 months.
BatRastered says: The HD remastering of the main game was good, but fracturing the multiplayer by not including the full-on multiplayer experience was a bad idea. Still, playing with the old pistol again was a blast, so I don't feel too strongly about this one.
GoukiJones says: Yeah I knew this was a bust when I played this at E3 this year. Not falling for the Brink relapse here Jimmy.
BatRastered says: Oh, Bethesda... WTF? Can we ever trust you with a shooter again? Nope.
GoukiJones says: I seen enough here...
FnJimmy L.A. Noire GVR
BatRastered says: This game practically plays itself. Sure you can get a better score or a better reaction from the other characters if you do things right, but doing things wrong doesn't really impede your progress in anyway, you still move on to the next case. Better than your average point and click style mystery solver, but not anywhere near what we were expecting from a Rockstar game.
GoukiJones says: Played this 1 time. There was nothing exciting about it or anything that kept me interesting right aasawzzzzzzzzzzzz
BatRastered says: The players at EVO don't even bother with the fatalities and such, making this game just as boring to watch as to play. Also, I don't want to buy an MK stick.Read full story...
By: Cinderkin Apr 9, 2013 | 2 Comments
Game-Informer has released it's latest issue with the caped crusader Batman on the cover. Officially announcing that the Batman origin story is coming titled "Batman: Arkham Origins.
The third game in the Arkham series is set for a prequel origin story. This time it will be developed by Warner Montreal and not Rocksteady Studios who's famed for the first two games.
The game takes place before Arkham Asylum and features a younger Batman facing off against some of the most dangerous super villains for the first time. Deathstroke is being shown on the back cover of the Game-Informer magazine.
The lead designer of Prototype and The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction, Eric Holmes will be the creative director of Batman: Arkham Origins.
Batman: Arkham Origins is scheduled for release this October for current generation consoles.
What do you think about this announcement? Does knowing that Rocksteady isn't working on the game worry you? Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!
By: goukijones Dec 13, 2010 | 13 Comments
2010 Jimmy Gem nominees for most disappointing game. Please comment.
I just received an email from Square Enix this week apologizing for how much FF14 sucks and that the entire staff has been fired and they are starting over. I hated everything about this. Square Enix took out my favorite parts of Final Fantasy 11 and improved nothing in 14. Highly Disappointed.
This was the biggest cut and paste debacle in video game history. It took 3 years for this game to come out and had less content than the original. But it did have Zombies. Nubfarm.
Played this one night. Terrible.
Same levels over and over and you couldn't progress until you scored enough points in one level, which means you have to play the same level over and over.
Mech game with foot Missions. Review.
This is not Samus. You realize we're talking about the female Boba Fett here right? Not some whining bitch who is going to listen to some random nuab lost on some random planet. "What do you mean I can't use my missiles? The button is just on the other side of that door. I, finna blow the shit outta this place."
You could have put some modern game enhancements in this. Played it once. Zzzzzzzzzzzzz.
Beat this in 1 sitting. Abosultely terrible. Review.
Winners will be announced December 29th. Did we leave anything out? What's your favorite? Leave a comment below!
Gametrailers TV recently aired an episode in which they met with Ed Boon Creative Director for Mortal Kombat, and was treated with the reveal of Kabal from MK3. Check it out!
The video was taken from GTTV and put on youtube the quality isn't the greatest, but once you check it out you'll be able to follow the link below to watch it in full HD. Kabal is looking sweet and that fatality is just disgusting.
For the full episode of GTTV with an exclusive look at RAGE and the HD version of this video click here
Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!
How does a machine gun work in space? I don't know... it's Call of Duty Ghosts... it's the future, I guess?
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By: goukijones May 5, 2011 | 7 Comments
The UPS man should be here around 11am on Tuesday. That's right, I have games delivered to my doorstep. Save gas Jimmy. Brink Blowout Tuesday 5/10/2011 Xbox Live, Don't be a Jimmy!
Again and again I continue to express my hype for this game. Splash Damage has been releasing these slick How To Play this game videos for the last couple of weeks. Each one is an in depth look at the many different things brink as to offer. Going back to my lastest Rage story, compared to a video like this Brink video below, WTF does Rage have to offer? Pretty water dripping effects? (Arms spread out like WTF)
Brink lets you switch classes at any time AND when you're switching classes Brink tells you how many of each class is on your team. Brilliant, that's just one of the many things that stood out to me while watching this video. I really can not wait to get into this game and test out all of this stuff and of course see if it's fun. That's the important part right?
Brink Get SMART Series: The Battlefield
Now with all that stuff out the way, lets talk about partying up. I don't play with Jimmys, I play to win, I don't have my notifications on so don't expect quick responses from me. When I'm PWNn I'm PWNn. Been PWNn, since before PWNn was PWNn. Ok, that's enough. If you wanna play, send me a message on Xbox Live. You can find my gamertag in my profile on Gouki.com. Nnnnnnnnnnnnnuab!
By: Cinderkin Nov 21, 2010 | 6 Comments
The newest episode of Cross Counter has been uploaded, and this episode features a great match with JSMaster (Balrog) vs Mago (Fei Long) at Canada Cup 2010. Check it out!
Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!
Here the hackers go again
I try not to listen to roster leaks to often but after what happened with MVC3 I listening a little more.
http://shoryuken.com/content/rumor-full-mortal-kombat-9-roster-revealed-3855/ here's where I heard it.
They say the demo got hacked and they pulled the roster, might be believable. Ed Boon did say they had something special for the 360 users and I'm not seeing anything here. Maybe there are still some secrtets.
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