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Platinum Games' sequel delivers nuanced, non-stop action that stands among the best in its genre.
Driveclub looks nice and has a couple of good ideas about handling leaderboard challenges, but the core of it--actually driving a car--drags the entire thing down.
It's been a while since the xenomorph was worth being scared of, and while Alien: Isolation runs a little long, it's a hellacious ride.
I am surprised you enjoyed this, you usually seem to hate the fun Resident Evil games. I wish they would port it over to the Vita, the controls for this would always hurt my hands if I tried to play for an extended period of time. Did you play it on an XL or a vanilla 3DS?
Cool to see them finally hire some new people. Welcome to nest Dan and Jason!
I'm just glad it isn't any of you people!
Awesome video, I love the coverage you guys have been doing. Both the editing and the actual content are miles ahead of any other site.
Just make pokemon
Well, Start the Pokemon clock.
Those came out last year with Pokemon Rumble U.
What about that live-action Halo TV show that they talked about last year? Did any of this happen or did they forget about it?
Wasn't that the thing they talked about bundling with the Halo collection?
Christ some people are precious, the music works well. Gives it more identity than if they'd gone for a more cinematic/dramatic score. Though if you're arguing a better hiphop track could have been chosen I'll listen.
As far as whether this could represent gameplay, I'd say there's more lighting techniques going on than we'd see in-engine, but I'm willing to be proven wrong.
I'm with you. Didn't expect I would see so many idiots dismissing entire genres on Giant Bomb.
Oh, people getting all defensive about people not liking the music. I bet if they threw in a country song or something most of the people defending this poor choice of music would be doing the same thing - "dismissing an entire genre."
The reason it's a bad choice is because it's not MK, not even a little bit. It's like throwing a Zelda trailer out there with a Ice Cube song. The music and the game might be fine separately, but they make no sense together.
If they are going to throw this track out there on an "inspired by" album like they did with that dubstep album for MK9, fine, that was kind of a funny novelty to have. But for a first look at an anticipated game, it's a weak choice.
Well that is not a false equivalence at all.
interesting choice of music...
This is way worse than what they had.
Smash Bros is waaay too low on this list.
Use your keyboard!
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