Demo Derby: PlayStation Underground: Volume 3 Issue 3
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This odd Wii U collaboration plays like a guided tour of The Legend of Zelda’s most iconic locations and characters. The price of admission? Playing a bunch of Dynasty Warriors.
Destiny is a beautiful but hollow experience with most of the pieces you'd expect from a great multiplayer shooter. It just can't find a way to fit them all together.
Whatever steps forward NHL 15 has taken in visual presentation hardly make up for the alarming gutting of many of the series' best features.
huh. They changed the Playstation ding that used to be at the end of every episode.
Thanks for the code, Patrick (grabbed code 4). Love worth reading and look forward to it and worth playing every week.
Thanks guys. This is really great
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@DeF: I haven't played much past the point where I was when I wrote that post, so about when you return from the city after assaulting the Gurak base. I've been bogged down in games over the past couple of months, so I'm kind of in the same position you were, although I'll probably go back to it soon since releases are slowing down for the next couple of months. Once I finish this, I'm probably going to play Xenoblade (I'm glad I actually found a copy for a reasonable price at this point), and I just hope its half as good as I've heard.
Welcome to Game Impressions Daily, a look at games and how our opinions of them change over time, even while in the midst of playing them.
Something interesting happened on New Year's Eve. I had a few friends over, as I'm want to do on this special night once a year and while we waited for the ball to drop, we decided to amuse ourselves with some multiplayer gaming, another tradition. A few of us who had played Chivalry before started the game up and before long, we were joined by a fourth: someone who was interested in the game but wanted to see it in action first before taking the plunge. Then a funny thing happened: he started having fun right away. Don't get me wrong, Chivalry is a fun game, but its difficult and complicated enough that I had assumed that fun was something that only came about after some hours of practice (that was certainly the case with me), but here was one of my friends, having a blast right out of the tutorial. OK, I though, maybe he's an outlier, but a little while after that, he switched with someone else: another friend who hadn't played the game before. This time he didn't even have the benefit of the tutorial under his belt, so a little frustration would surely be in order along the learning curve. However, that was still not the case. He was lopping off heads and having as much fun as the rest of us as soon as he started playing. I'm not going to tell you that Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is the easiest game to get in to, both of the people I just talked about are avid shooter fans, but I think it may be a lot more accessible than I originally thought.
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