Self-flagellation is an interesting part of human nature. We all have a tendency to punish ourselves, either by watching B Movies, playing what can only be called B Games or simply whipping ourselves until it bleeds while bleating like a lost calf. What makes flagellation interesting is that we do it because we enjoy it. Blood Knights, the story of Jeremy the vampire hunter and Alysa, the moody vampiress, is something that you will either love or hate. Here’s what I think.
My impressions of State of Decay were positive ones. I haven’t yet had time to go back to it, to see if the control issues, amongst others, have been sorted, but I do plan to. What better reason would I have than the upcoming DLC, Breakdown.
Uzumaki Naruto is a character that has never officially made the leap to PC before, tending to stay in safer grounds like the consoles and the Hidden Leaf Village. Well, this little ninja has decided to take that risk is necessary and make that transition. What we have is the updated version of Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm with extra content, fixes and changes. Has this move been worth it? Here’s what I think.
The Game-Modo crew sure miss trick or treating on Halloween night but that’s not to say we wont be having our own fare share of scares on this night of horror. Why not let us recommend some games to get you into the Halloween spirit
In TV land The Walking Dead is now in season four with season five already having been announced. The graphical novels could probably be classed as being in season nine or ten by now so it’s heartening to see the outstanding first season of the game get the sequel it deserves. Following on from the ‘emotional roller-coaster’ that is The Walking Dead: Season 1 we will soon get the chance to enter a state of emotional shock and turmoil in The Walking Dead: Season 2.
Bound By Flame is a game I’ve wrote a bit about already. Probably because I have a soft spot for lower budget but high ambition RPGs. Moreso when they’re western RPG’s that look like they could be pretty good if they get it right. Then again, that’s what select shots are designed to make you think. On that note, here are three more images released by the team at Spiders.
Vietnam. You don’t give answers, do you friend? Just questions that don’t ever end. One such question is why, god, why? Or you could also ask why there is obviously an invisible target on the back of your plane and/or chopper that makes you the sole target of every enemy fighter in the country. This is Vietnam, you are in the air and there are conflicts. This is Air Conflicts Vietnam.
Lately, like many fellow game fanatics I have been hooked on Grand Theft Auto V. Every man and his dog knows about one of the three protagonists known as Trevor Philips. This character is hilariously funny with his antics but on a whim he becomes ultra disturbing. This got me thinking of what I think are the most disturbing video game characters.
Oh not backwards compatibility talk again, well this is something that should be getting more talk and for good reason. We live in an age where new consoles should be able to play previous generation games. Come check out why being able to play previous generation games is important and what some console makers are doing about this.
Do you remember Soul Calibur? I don’t mean the new ones where guest appearances by everybody from Yoda to Bugs Bunny are used to draw people in. I mean the old ones, back when it was about the fighting and at least a little about the rather buxom Ivy.