The Animal Crossing franchise is something that I hold dear to my heart because of the fun I had with my brothers back when the original on the Gamecube came out. New Leaf brings much of the same old stuff but with PLENTY new additions. Let’s begin with the review.
Hey everyone, LIFE here back from the dead! I know this review of The Last of Us is way late (see Kaushik’s review here), but I had to actually play through the game. Then I had to go back and play it through for the 100% completion on the hardest difficulty. So months after the game released here is my review for it.
Starting off with the presentation of the game, developer Naughty Dog introduces you to an unbroken, uninfected world with Joel and his daughter Sarah. After 30 minutes of playing and watching scenes you are then brought to the cold, hard world of survival where the story starts to unfold. Joel is now accompanied by Ellie, an orphan (I won’t spoil anything, but you can probably guess what happened to Sarah). The dynamic between Joel and Ellie really drove the story, and I can honestly say they are some of the strongest leads in video games to date.
New York Comic Con 2012. Bright lights. Flashy cosplays. Awesome video games. What else can ya ask for?
Unfortunately, I was only able to attend Saturday, but I still was able to get a great experience. I have to say, the first thing I noticed was that unlike last year, the con seemed a bit more organized. Sure there was a lot of waiting to get inside, but it just seemed to flow better (which was a good thing, since Saturday’s are always the worst).
Hey all, E3 has come and gone, and the staff has their thoughts. We’ll be addressing a few questions:
1) Of the Big 3, who “won?”
2) What games are you looking forward to? What surprised or interested you the most?
3) What games disappointed you? What games had you wished you seen moar of?
Here we are on a Tuesday and what are we talking about? Call of Duty, yet again…I know I am kinda bored of it too but man oh man does it rule our lives sometimes. In this post I’ll attempt a dialogue with…myself.
Matt: So what are we talking about in terms of CoD today?
Matt: What about multiplayer, Matt?
Matt: Ah good question Matt…we are gonna discuss if it CoD multiplayer is dead or not.
Matt: Lovely topic Matt. Please go on.
*WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD*
This past Sunday was the season finale of Game of Thrones. What did I think of it you ask? Well let me tell you. I am going to start out with the very end. Having read the first 3 books I was very pleased with what they have done so far. The ending of this season finale was quite well done and I loved the way they depicted the white walkers. The stone cold look and the chilling physical appearance left me wanting more from this episode, but sadly, I will have to wait.