The very first video review I have made. At last.
What's happening gamers and gamerettes? Today's news is about the next episode of The Walking Dead for the PS3/PC/Xbox 360. This epsiode becomes even more intense as Lee and the others struggle for survival since the last episode. There will be many new friends, new enemies, and even fighting for their lives intensely against the hordes of zombies that plagued the entire world. The Walking Dead was one of the winners of E3 2012, and the next episode is set to be released on Friday June 29, 2012.
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What's happening gamers and gamerettes? Today's news involves GTA III and Vice City. Grand Theft Auto III and Vice City are possibly coming to the PlayStation Network on the PS3, and both games have also been rated by the ESRB. However, Rockstar Games has not published a release date just yet.
But the developers of both games have neither denied nor confirmed that both games will have an HD remastering on the PlayStation 3. It is most unlikely that the games will be remastered in HD, but they just might be in the Sony PS2 Classics line of games on the PSN.
Like the PS2 ports, they are both rated M for Mature due to blood, strong violence, strong languages, and sexual content. Games haven't gotten any family friendly ones over the years.
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What's happening gamers and gamerettes? Today's game review is none other than the third installment in the Uncharted series, Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception. This game was developed by Naughty Dog and published by Sony Computer Entertainment with a release date on November 1st, 2011 on the PlayStation 3. This turns out to be one of my favorite games in the series, and I'm looking forward to playing the PSVita game Uncharted: Golden Abyss, which is a prequel to the trilogy and of what I heard it's really cool.
This game has received many positive reviews, and to me it is the best in the entire trilogy, and it has even surpassed Tomb Raider in my list of favorite games. This game features new hand-to-hand combat gameplay that reminds me almost in the style of Quantic Dream's Heavy Rain, and also awesome new moves and stealth attacks on enemies, including the return of a multiplayer experience that came in Uncharted 2: Among Thieves.
Plot. Nathan "Nate" Drake and Victor Sullivan enter a pub to meet with a man named Talbot, who is interested in purchasing Drake's ring. But they are fooled with false money from their customer and a brawl ensues, which ends up in an alleyway encountering Charlie Cutter, Talbot's cohort and Katherine Marlowe, who steals Drake's ring after shooting both Sully and Drake. But this was a set up by all three as Cutter is a friend of theirs, and a new adventure begins, traveling throughout places such as Rub al Khali desert, in search of the lost city the Iram of the Pillars which is described in the Quran. Chloe Frazier and even Nate's estranged wife, Elena Fisher also become part of this adventure.
Time running out! Throws up a prayer! IT'S GOOD! What's happening gamers and gamerettes? Today's game review in honor of tonight's NBA Finals game is NBA Action 95 for the Sega Genesis. NBA Action 95 happens to be one of my most favorite NBA games long before NBA Hang Time and the NBA 2K series ever existed. This game was developed by Double Diamond Sports and published by Sega with a release in 1995 on the Sega Genesis. I remember playing this game with my gamer sister and cousins back when I was a kid before the time of PS3, Wii, and Xbox 360.
Since my sister is a lover of basketball, she always played this game and even managed to win the championship in Season Mode. So, in honor of tonight's possible final game between Miami Heat and Oklahoma City Thunder, it's time for us to review this game and slam dunk it in there. Whatever team you're rooting for, good luck tonight.
Gameplay. NBA Action 95 has some of the best gameplay you could ever see. In this game you can play as one of your favorite 28 NBA teams of the NBA Season of 1995, and you can even customize them. You don't create your own players though, unlike in the EA Sports game, NBA Live. You can take jump shots, slam dunks are usually razzle-dazzle type, and unless you turn the option off, are performed in slow motion.
What's happening gamers and gamerettes? Today's video game review will be the legendary Capcom game, Knights of the Round (Japanese: ナイツオブザラウンド). Originally released for the Arcades in America on November 17, 1991, two months later in Japan, and then released for the SNES in April 1994. Knights of the Round is an side-scrolling beat 'em up game loosely based on the legendary King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, and it has a role-playing game-like advancement system, with fighters getting new weapons and armor as they advance throughout the game, the level up system in this game is static.
This classic game was developed and published by Capcom, as well as it is one of it's challenging games, but nothing compared to their toughest Ghosts 'N Goblins series. The game was also released on the PSP as part of Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded on March 24, 2006. Prepare to fight for Camelot and the Holy Grail in this review that is Knights of the Round.
Plot. Arthur, who had trained himself hard to become a great knight, pulled out the sacred sword Excalibur from out of the rock. After pulling it out, Arthur realized that it was his destiny to become the first King of the Britons. The wizard Merlin then sends Arthur and his two closest companions, Lancelot and Perceval, to overthrow the evil king Garibaldi and unite of all England.
The best news I have heard all day. I'm totally glad that the Michael Bay project is out of the picture/
What's happening gamers and gamerettes? Our very own Peter Cullen is set to return as his iconic character for the upcoming video game Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. Now it's really hard to imagine a Transformers movie or game without Mr. Cullen, and we all remember how iconic he was in the 1980s cartoon series, as well in the 1986 movie (better than those Michael Bay movies). High Moon Studios will be behind the game's development, and it is set to be released this August, at the end of the summer where the school year will be upon us once again.
Other notable voices in the game will include veteran voice-actors such as Nolan North (BRUTICUS, CLIFFJUMPER and BRAWL), Troy Baker (JAZZ, JETFIRE and KICKBACK), Fred Tatasciore (MEGATRON, RATCHET and METROPLEX), Steve Blum (SHOCKWAVE, SWINDLE and SHARPSHOT), Isaac Singleton (SOUNDWAVE) and more. Hopefully Johnny Yong Bosch (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Bleach, Dissidia: Final Fantasy, Wolf's Rain) will return for the voice of Bumblebee. Of course, at least they made him talk in the game, and not make him a butchered mute version like that of Michael Bay (jackass!).
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What's up gamers? Today's game review is none other than the classical tile-matching puzzle solving video game Tetris. Tetris is a game that was developed by Russian game designer, Alexey Leonidovich Pajitnov. Tetris was released in 1984 in Russia, then known as the Soviet Union (USSR), and two years later in North America on the Nintendo Entertainment System. Tetris is one of the most old and classical games of all time and continues to spawn it's magical popularity across the globe.
Tetris was released also on the Nintendo Game Boy in August 1989, when I was 3 years old. The Game Boy version is a portable version of the NES game made by Alexey Pajitnov. I highly remember this game in the old days where most of my family members, especially my father would play this game. Now this game is gonna be reviewed with power.
Gameplay. Tetriminos are game pieces shaped like tetromines, geometric shapes composed of four square blocks each. That random sequence of tetrominos fall down the playing field. Each of these pieces have seven different shapes such as an I, J, O, L, S, T, and Z. The players objectives is for them to manipulate the tetrominos by rotating them to about 90 degrees, with the aim of creating a horizontal line of ten blocks without gaps. When such a line is created, it disappears, and any block above the deleted line will fall. When a certain number of lines are cleared, the game enters a new level. As the game progresses, each level causes the Tetriminos to fall faster, and the game ends when the stack of Tetriminos reaches the top of the playing field and no new Tetriminos are able to enter. Some games also end after a finite number of levels or lines.
Yoshinori Ono, the game producer of Street Fighter IV, was admitted to a hospital and stepped down as the producer of Street Fighter following the health scare. Mr. Ono has revealed that after returning to work, Capcom did not acknowledged that he'd been in the hospital; he came back with a full time schedule and an airline ticket to Rome.
Also, what Mr. Ono said was the following: Capcom doesn't allow a trade union or any sort of worker movement you see. So if I complain I will probably get sacked. You have to say it for me, OK? I want you to write: 'Capcom overworks Ono'. That's your headline.
This man could use a good rest, and Capcom needs to stop it's stupidity. It's bad enough with the lady that was mistreated at the company, and now, they are overworking this guy. Capcom has just become the new Activision of Japan. The bosses need to stop being so stupid and get their acts together, because Capcom is falling apart with cancelling awaited titles, giving rights to Hollywood, and even turning scary games into action ones instead. To me, Capcom is just a shadow of it's former glory.
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