Feeling a bit of creativity lately, I thought it would be nice to get a new perspective on games. Everyone has their personal favorites. For me, its the Shining Force Saga. However, I’ve wanted to put a little more focus on what everyone else enjoys. So, to our readers:
What is your ALL time favorite game and Why?
Please feel free to email me at the email address below with your favorite game, and I will feature it in an upcoming post!
Thanks to Gamesfemme for reminding us all of Atari’s epic birthday yesterday. You can read her article here. Finally, here is a song for tribute to the game that started it all and got us to where we are now.
Eisenfunk – Pong:
Furries will destroy all!
Over the years games have lost all the fun through story, physics and all the things that are “quality”. There were times where a person could just sit down with their controller and screw around for the fun of it but this is not a common habit within games of the present. Now in these boring, sad times we must face the raging online gamers and stunning linear story lines. Thank Saints Row: The Third has come to save is with hilarious story, hilarious gameplay, hilarious physics!….oh did I mention it was hilarious? Continue Reading
After some serious convincing from a couple of friends ( and more than a few youtube videos) who have yet to steer me wrong when it comes to games, I was, once again, talked into another game.
Minecraft, the limitless game in which, you mine… and you craft. The concept is simple and you are only limited by two factors, your imagination and your time. While Minecraft is probably one of the least graphically advanced games we have seen in awhile, it has taken the world by storm. Continue Reading
First of all, let me apologize to everyone for the delay in getting this posted… I’ve been unable to put the game down long enough to write this. So, after I’ve just completed another Co-op mission, I’ve decided to get this out there for the masses.
For many, Battlefield 3 was one of the most anticipated video games and First Person Shooters of the year. Creating the game’s very own dedicated graphics engine to enable players to feel as if they are right in the middle of the fire fight, Battlefield 3 definitely does not disappoint. Continue Reading
Eidos Montreal recently released their newest game Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the prequel to Deus Ex, which was released in 2000. To sum the game up in a few brief words, its Thief meets Dragon Age with a futuristic twist. DX:HR brings to light a new style of Action Roleplaying Games.
Set in the year 2027, DX:HR puts you behind the controls of Adam Jensen, an ex SWAT commander and the head of security for Sarif Industries. The game’s tutorial mission brings you right into the thick of the plot as Jensen is told to brief his security plans for the upcoming trip to Washington D.C. to unveil Dr. Reed’s newest development in the human augmentation industry. Of course, as anyone could predict, things don’t quite as expected and you soon find yourself learning to quickly maneuver through the office space, while trying in vain to save scientists from gunman. A few dead henchmen later, you find yourself being thrown through a thick plate glass high-tech monitor as you cling to consciousness, you watch them take Dr. Reed just before you take a bullet to the brain. Que the opening credits (which is an awesome little cut scene).
While this doesn’t really explain anything about the game, the opening mission/scene gives you a storyline that is just informative enough to make you wonder what the hell is going on. When you wake up, you are now an augmented human, complete with a retinal display. Continue Reading