—players should recognize and learn why they are hitting buttons. —STOP MASHING —encouraged smarter and better play Bayonetta has recently returned to my possession. After quite a few months on loan, I popped it in and fired off a few shots. In short, this game is still fantastically fun. I was definitely rusty and playing [...]
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E3 has come and gone, and we weigh in on all the news with the help of a friend. Beware…I’m wearing my loudest cynic-hat for this episode. Listen to the episode below or subscribe here:
Nelson: OH SHIT mark hey makr me: vas VAS Nelson: i just subscribed to this awesome podcast its called bit 4 byte have you heard of it? me: NO TELL ME MORE Nelson: anyways you should go download it NOW!!! I DID me: you are too kind sir My friend Sebastian and I have combined [...]
Pretty sure at one point I was upset because I couldn’t catch this show…
Took another trip down to Chinatown Fair when I had to kill sometime, and actually met the El Fuerte player on Sabin’s account who beat me down! I c ouldn’t say no to a few matchups against a nice ElF player, so I plunked down some money for a few beat down sessions as Ryu. [...]
I’m pretty pumped to have a documentary about fighting games actually get released. Here’s to hoping its a fun, accessible watch. It’s free, and if you have any interest in the trash talking world of competitive gaming, there’s no reason to not check it out.
I think most stuff has been spoiled…but I’m excited nonetheless!(that can’t be one word!) I’ll be following along with Kotaku’s coverage mostly, and probably the live CO-OP and TRS as well…wish I was there.
Beyond Good and Evil is one of the best games you probably haven’t played. Kotaku scoped this video and believe it to be BGnE2, and it looks like Jade is still the reporter getting into trouble. Knowing Ubisoft, alot of that parkour is going to be easier than Mirror’s Edge, but I bet the story [...]
I recently got a short hands one with the beautiful import title, Muramasa Demonblade for the Wii. It’s from the same people that brought you Odin Sphere on PS2, and uses a similar style of gorgeous sprite based animation. Muramasa is definitely more action based than its predecessor, but the simplicity with which the combat [...]