Extra Life: Brad's at Home, Alone
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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.
Thank you Ryan!
The ending just broke me.I will miss you Ryan!
I've miss you guys! The message on the white board almost made me cry again.Love you guys!
This was wonderful and hard for me to listen, can't imagine how hard must have been for you guys to do it.
Thank you for this.
Thank you Ryan.
It seems to me that this game serves more to show the power of Crytek's engine then anything else. i think they are focused on being the best graphics and the game suffers with that.
I've played other Tomb Raider games but never was a fan of it. I love Uncharted, so if this is more like Uncharted (as it seems to be), I will buy it. Hopefully this marks a new beginning to this franchised, one more focused on the game and story then the other games, that I tough were more focused on commercializing the Lara Croft character. Good review, Brad is hard at work at the beginning of this year.
Well this is a surprised. After the shaky development of the game I didn't expect it would turn out anything good. I'm glad it did but it seams that how much they try they cannot turn Raiden in a beloved character for MGS fans.
Did this game release only surprised me? I didn't see any publicity for it and just remember it was coming out when I saw the quick look on the site. Usually poor marketing means a bad game, so I'm not to surprise the game sucks. Too bad thou, really liked to have a good Alien game to play this generation of consoles.
I don't agree that Sony doesn't focus on games and insted is focusing on apps. If we think about the last year's E3 we saw MS talking a lot about apps like smartglass, and integration with tv channels like ESPN or the UFC deal, if we look at Sony's E3 press conference we saw games and game developers on stage more then on MS press conference. I do agree thar Sony has to work on the interface side and multiplayer side of things, the cross chat is a must in the new console and a easier way to conect and play with your friends. I think that they are in a good track with the new PS Store and the PS+ service so lets see what they bring new now. Nice post, it made me think on the state of the Playstation and it's future.
I love the "Coming: When it's ready"
I love Rainbows! :P
Use your keyboard!
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