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Manipulation and improvisation are the key features to JAM Live Music Arcade, available now on the Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network.
After rocking the Xbox Live Arcade and PC at the end of 2011, Rock of Ages rolls onto the PlayStation Network.
From D3Publishers, Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad offers several race modes, persistent multiplayer, and a career mode following Jeremy McGrath’s career. Check out the trailer below for a look at this game, coming soon to the XBLA and PSN for 800 points or $10.
I’m tired of hearing that Final Fantasy VIII was not a standout title in one of the greatest franchises known to gaming. Gamers have offered their opinions as to why VIII sucked, so I thought I would offer my honest opinion of why Final Fantasy is my number 1 game of all time, as well as refuting the claims of its suckiness.
Why People Didn’t Like It
Final Fantasy VIII introduced a new style of gameplay that is unconventional to the franchise. Magic is not gained as the player progresses, rather it can be drawn from various enemies and drawpoints. That magic is then junctioned with each character’s stats such as strength, magic, status attacks, elemental attacks, and other defenses to name very few. In order to get these stats to high levels, the game requires exhausting amounts of fighting and drawing; it gets old fast. Beside that, gamers were unhappy with the mechanics of the gameplay in general, being so unconventional and unfamiliar to the rest of the series.
Limbo. The state between existence and non-existence. The mystery behind Limbo’s story is equally as fascinating as the game in its entirety. Playdead development accomplished much with the release of Limbo by giving us a game with a minimalist story, an original look, and mind-bending puzzles. Limbo was voted the best indie title on PSN for 2011, so does the game rise above other titles, or does Limbo introduce players to purgatory?
Limbo pulls off an entire story with no dialogue and one word: HOTEL. What is this hotel? Who owns it? Is it an homage to Hotel California? Who knows. The best literature is ambiguous, and Limbo’s storyline can be interpreted many ways. As the game begins, the player–a young boy with a sever (more…)