This shit way late, my apologies. It has been causing me some of that grown man emotional distress. Also playing like 4-5 hours of multiplayer a night.
If you're on the gaming scene, you know this review is way late, and I (@burts) take all the heat for it. The Last of Us, put out by legendary game developer Naughty Dog, appropriately dropped a few days before Father's Day, and we've been grinding with it ever since. Let's get right into it, and I'll explain along the way.
Hey gamers it's @burts. We here at MANDOM have a natural love for playing with things that fit in our hand. Our last review took a look at Soul Sacrifice for the Playstation Vita, so now we're taking a jaunt over to the competition for a look at their recent big title release, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon. The sequel to the 2001 Gamecube game, Luigi’s Mansion, Nintendo takes us back to the game’s puzzle roots to deliver an entertaining and heart filled adventure.
you can find that here. The game dropped last week and after spending a few days with it, it is time to talk a little bit more in depth now that we have the full product.
We’re a little late with this review, but that is cool. Three weeks ago you couldn’t be near a computer without hearing people going crazy over BioShock Infinite. Love it or hate it, everyone has an opinion on it and has been talking about it, both the strengths and weaknesses. After several delays and re-models, the game was finally released and has no matter how you feel about it at the end of the game, it is still an experience that every gamer is going to want to have.
Hey! It's Burts again, big name Vita titles have been few and far between lately, especially as Nintendo continues to unveil obvious hits like the new Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past sequel. But last week the Soul Sacrifice demo hit the Playstation Network in advance of the game's April 30th release date. After spending a few hours with it, here are our early impressions:
Hi Burts here. If you have a Playstation 3, chances are good that you're already familiar with the God of War series. This series of console exclusives is one of the staples of the Sony line-up, where leading man Kratos stands as one of the most iconic leading dudes in gaming. Having wrapped up his journey of revenge in 2010's God of War 3, Sony turns the clock backwards with God of War: Ascension, delivering a prequel tale that gives gamers a look into how Kratos began his trek. Let's take a look at how it shook out:
In a new EA Sports ad, entitled "The Rumble", promoting Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14, the legendary golfers fight off thugs in a jet hangar who are attempting to take their trophies. Watch the clip below.
I thought it was a hoax at first. But on December 19th, Capcom is releasing a new 8-bit Mega Man game where he has to fight Street Fighter characters. And this will be for FREE. Watch the trailer below.