Here is a game I thought would never happen, and it turns out it is coming out in the spring of 2020 on PC and sometime later in 2020 on Xbox One and PS4. Some of the things I’ve seen mentioned in their forums is the game being easier to mod, interstellar travel and the ability to make full-blown colonies that can eventually be launched from. There is still plenty of time and we haven’t seen any gameplay, but enjoy the trailer below and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
Underwater looks to be one of those movie premises I’m kind of surprised it’s taken this long to come up with. It does look really cool though and I found myself curious what the creatures will look like. I did a strong Alien / Descent vibe, especially during the credits which kind of bugged me a little. It does look interesting and I do want to check it out. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
Angel season 4 is a bit weird for me. We have mostly left the idea of redemption and helping people and moved into the realm of some ancient evil coming into the world when Cordy and Connor have a baby that everyone instantly falls in love with her.
My only real issue is the season feels rushed for me. We go from one bad to another pretty quickly after discovering the first one that is seemingly invincible is just a pawn to an evil that is inhabiting Cordys body. Then a baby is born that is her, so she gave birth to herself, but its hiding its true form, which is also hiding its true form. Don’t get me wrong the story is good, but it just seems really rushed to me. Connor has a great story arc here and it could have been even better I think if they had just given it more time. All in all the season is still a good one, but you could tell they were closing in on the end of the show as they try to tie up loose ends and all with cast members leaving and all. It is still worth a watch, but this is the season you can tell they are finishing up. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
As many of you know I have a great relationship with NIS America. They have a habit of tossing me their games when they come out and as you guys know I fully admit to that and am quite honest, I have even told you guys not to buy one of them because I really disliked it. I am in the middle of playing the first game in the series, and while I am enjoying it the game is a bit slow to start but is picking up. There will be a full review before this one comes out, but you should know the 3 games are directly connected, so if you enjoy this trailer you might want to go pick up the other 2. I am being open about my working relationship with NIS because I don’t want you guys to think I was asked to share this info, I was not. I just don’t want you guys to go into this and be blindsided when you buy the 3rd game in a series that is all directly connected. So enjoy the trailer, and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
We come to the thrilling end of Billy Kraser’s “Earth’s Instruments” trilogy and what mind blowing climx do we have to look forward to from the groundbreaking author of Sticks:A tool in Time and Stones: The Eternal Instrument . Will there be an epic battle for the fate of the universe? Will there be betrayal, murder, or the definitive answer to a love triangle?
The answer is…cones.
Yes, the final installment of this trilogy involves cones in our everyday life; my favorite cone is definitely a waffle cone, mm. As the rest of the series goes, it’s a fun, absurd, quick read that will make you laugh because..well it’s pretty insane to say you read a series about sticks, stones, and plenty of cones. It’s worth a read as is the rest of the series and it’s well worth a read.
As I did in my review for Stones, I’m also posting a link for Billy’s GoFundMe for his new project. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
The release date has finally been released, and for those that don’t want to listen to me talk or watch the beautiful trailer below, that date is September 3rd, 2019. The 20 year anniversary is bringing us upgraded visuals, 3X speed boost, no encounters, and even battle assist if you want to. Or you can just break the game the old fashioned way and get the Lionheart on the first disk by abusing the card game and the junction system. You can also just play the game normally which is what I intend to do.
Final Fantasy 8 has long since been one of the more argued over games in the series as it seems people love or hate it, tho the Triple Triad game is universally loved it seems. ( I probably logged 20 or 30 hours into just that as a kid on just my first playthrough) I fall into the I love it camp, so this for me is going to be a must-have so look for a review sometime in early to mid-September. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes took things to a whole other level. Effectively topping the groundwork that Rise of the Planet of the Apes left behind. With even more stunning visuals that are difficult to distinguish from reality. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is very different then what came before. 10 […]