Is Kerbal Space Program finally fixed? Well not quite, but news this week from their official update at http://kerbaldevteam.tumblr.com/post/167097693084/ksp-weekly-expedition-1 reveals it will be by the end of January 2018.
Now I will admit, I am jaded. The game is fun even in its current and broken state. Waiting over a year for it to be fixed has been very frustrating to say the least, however recently seeing why the wait should be worth it.
Blitworks was brought in to essentially rebuild the game on console from the ground up and the loud and clear update to it as well. The real question is will this be worth the wait, and will it finally be fixed? Hopefully we will see soon. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
The Sims 4 finally comes to console next week and is being advertised as the first time a sims console game will be the same on both PC and console. While I have my doubts there isn’t much longer to wait. The base version releases on the 17th however if you reserve the deluxe version you get to play it 3 days early. I will try to have the review as early next wee as I possibly can, but until then enjoy this launch video.
The Last of Us was one of those games people knew would be solid. But few knew it would be a must play game before it released. The story alone was great but it was also beautiful. There is also some debate as to of you are even the good guy. (Honestly I don’t think you are) Sure you save the girl, but at what cost? Anyway we have a knew trailer and part 2 and it is magnificent. Enjoy.
Originally released in 1993 Secret of Mana quickly became one of the most popular games in the series. I won’t say to much on it tho, I will let the recently released opening cut scene for the remake speak for itself.
Saw a fun trailer for the new Pokemon games introducing Team Rainbow Rocket and the return of the legend Giovanni himself.
I like that the trailer seems to acknowledge the link between him and Mewtwo. The game is looking pretty interesting. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory
This week Frontier released more info on what is beyond the 2.4 update. Its a lot to go thru so I leave you with a video from Obsidian ant
Finally some new info and in game graphics have been released for a game I am personally extremely excited for which you can see in a very detailed video below.
Damn I want this game. Like a good trailer ought to, we get glimpses of the majestic, epic beauty of the old west in the trailer for Red Dead Redemption 2 but we don’t get much of an idea of a plot except for Dutch being referenced at the end, making me think this maybe some kind of prequel. In one way I’d be fine with that, getting to see a young John Marsten get in with the gang he’d hunt down in the original. I was a huge fan of the first Red Dead Redemption and my hopes are high for the sequel, not too many times I can lasso someone and toss them in front of a train after all.
Within the last couple of days we got a teaser for Square Enix’s newest project: Left Alive. First mention of Square Enix, my thoughts go directly to Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts, beautiful, colorful locations, and deep stories. That’s just me. Left Alive we get the hint some kind of war is happening. I noticed an emphasis on machines, so maybe a Terminator influence? I will not lie, the title automatically made me think of a zombie type of game, which c’mon, no more zombies. The trailer did it’s job, it made me curious to figure what the hell it’s about. Like what I would expect from the company, what I saw of it looked great and the combat looked somewhat like Just Cause, so it should be interesting. These were just some quick thoughts I had on the the first teaser and I’m sure I’ll talk more about it in the future. May the gaming gods bring you glory my friends.
So my first week playing the game horror game Soma, and I’m pretty divided by it. I can’t completely tell you what the full plot is but I can tell you that the bastard above was a hour long pain in my ass. The story involves people consciousnesses into machines and it is eerie how the machines we encounter the blur the line between the perceptions of man and machine and reality. I’ve been chased by a “brute”, a ape like robot and I’ve noticed the great/shitty way the game handles its horror element. When nearby an enemy machine, Jarret’s brain starts freaking out, making the screen appear to glitch and blur, these affects intensifying the more closer you get. When caught, the screen full on glitches, flashing pixalated, creepy images during a loud scratching screech. The bastard above should not be directly looked at; his image blurs and grows brighter as he gets closer but your sight gets slowed and sways when your near and this bastard is always nearby. The environments are disorienting to begin with but this crap was too much. Take four 151 shots in a row, spin around in a haunted fun house hall three times and try finding your way out, welcome to that hour of my life. But I carry on. Thanks for listening to my rant and may the gaming gods bring you glory.