I hate to say this to those of you who don’t have a Playstation 3, but Burn, Zombie, Burn is right up there with Flower, Resistance 2 multiplayer, Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, and the Blu-Ray drive as one of the best reasons to have a Playstation 3.
The Flash of Steel podcast in which Bruce Geryk, Troy N. Goodfellow, and I play and hold forth on Demigod.
Listen to Three Moves Ahead here.
This is the more manly way to play Harvest Moon, because you get a sword.
10) EndWar has no depth.
9) EndWar has no variety.
8) EndWar has a dull economy…
Over half of the challenges for leveling up are based on playing online. And here’s where I suspect I’m going to punch Elvis.
Why am I playing through Resident Evil 5 a third time?
The Path isn’t much of a game. But whatever it is, it’s one hell of one of those.
But we review the games we’re given, not the games we wish they’ll become. And right now, Empire: Total War is blunderingly stupid, relying on a handful of the same tricks, lots of shuffling and scooching, and long bouts of inaction.
For some reason scientists don’t fully understand, there’s an invisible line between “Suck it!” and “Say my name you effing whore!” as a videogame taunt.
“I question the entire premise of the Total War games.”
“What, that they exist?”
“Ships were spinning around the planets. It wasn’t possible to control or predict anything.”
House of the Dead: Overkill is why I play videogames.
Three Moves Ahead is Troy Goodfellow’s strategy gaming podcast, in which he kindly allows me, Bruce Geryk, and Julian Murdoch to hold forth. You can listen to it here, but be forewarned there is no small amount of strategy game geekery going on here.