Since I happen to buy and review Infamous Second Son and while the standalone expansion is free the same month I’ve decided to review Infamous First Light. First Light focuses on Fetch and her past briefly mentioned in Second Son. Does Fetch’s neon filled adventure shine a new light to this franchise?
We get a lot of zombie related media to the point where the zombie as ac concept has become boring. There are somethings that can do the zombie well and House of the Dead: Overkill is one game that does and can make it fun at the same time. As a parody of the series Overkill has turned the series from laughably bad to laughably fun. Originally on the Wii the game has been re-released several times on most platforms on at least something you would own.
I’ve never been a big fan of the Tomb Raider series. It has been getting better over time, the reboot was a step in the right direction and Rise of Tomb Raider looks to be exciting. Surprisingly my favorite Tomb Raider was its spin-off from 2010. Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light is a downloadable title that capture the essence of what I feel is a Tomb Raider game is in a sizable package. Continue reading →
The Warner Bros booth showed off a new zombie horror game Dying Light. Developed by Techland the developers of Dead Island created a new game similar yet separate to the series. Dying Light introduces new mechanics to the zombie survival genre.
For all you PS3 owners out there who haven’t subscribed to the PlayStation Plus service there couldn’t be a better time to do so than right now. Over $290 of games are now FREE for PlayStation Plus users. The games being offered are:
Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown
Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One
Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine
Just Cause 2
Saints Row 2
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light
Hard Corps: Uprising
Zombie Apocalypse: Never Die Alone
Sideway New York
There’s a bit of a lull of games coming out in the next couple of months but if your willing to spend even $18 for the three month subscription you have a more than enough games to keep you occupied for at least the summer.
No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise is a HD port of the original version on the Wii developed by Suda 51 and Grasshopper Manufactures. You play as Travis Touchdown, an otaku who won a lightsaber beam katana on an online auction. Travis hears about an assassin and tries his new beam katana and kills him. Upon winning Travis is told by an organizer Silvia Krystal that he has defeated the Rank 11th assassin and fight and kill his way to the top. Silvia promising sex if he becomes motivates him to fight his way through 10 unique and colourful assassins on his way to Rank 1.
Heroes Paradise is not just a graphical upgrade, Paradise add DLC, PS Move support, a cutscene viewer and bosses from No More Heroes 2. New modes are also added. Score Attack allows you to re-fight bosses and allows you to upload high scores to leaderboards. Very Sweet mode is a new difficulty setting that gives a majority of the female cast skimpier outfits.