By DBoy 0 Comments
Yep, the title is derived from a Beatles song. Here we go.
- I'm about half way through Shadow Complex. I'm really liking it. Although I was never a fan of Castlevania and Metroid, it really appeals to me. The graphics are gorgeous and the action and exploring are portrayed in a really cool way. If you haven't played this game yet, do so. At $15, it is quite the steal.
- I'm also playing quite a bit of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10. I've gotten much better at it since the last time I posted about the game. I usually play around -6 or -7 every round now, which makes the game much more enjoyable than always being at the bottom of the leaderboards. Tiger 10 remains one of my favorites of 2009 so far.
- Downloaded the demo for NHL 10 as well. It showcases the new board play and fighting mechanics, which will add greatly to the overall game. However, the biggest improvement, in my opinion, is the crowd and the atmosphere while you're playing a game. When the home team scores a goal, the fans get up and cheer, they wave towels in the air, they chant the team's name and react to every big hit and so on. It sounds and looks like a real hockey game now, and that's absolutely fantastic. Can't wait for the game's release.
- Speaking of releases, September is shaping up to be a huge month for games as far as I'm concerned. The Beatles: Rock Band on the 9th, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance and NHL 10 on the 15th and finally Halo 3: ODST on the 22nd. Seeing as the last retail game I bought was The Bigs 2 about a month ago, it'll be quite a change of pace. I'm going to have to get my wallet ready for this impact.That is all. See you when I see you.