Do you like Ratchet & Clank? Do you like reviews?
Well, in that case, you may like my review of Ratchet & Clank Trilogy HD over here. It’s got three games! It’s under thirty bucks! And you US folks still have to wait until the end of August for it!
(Sorry it’s not here; I didn’t want to double-post it).
The Vita has some quality titles somewhere in the pipeline, but right now it doesn’t have a whole lot. The release schedule for the console has been pretty spotty – a good launch line-up, then nothing, then a couple AAA titles like Gravity Rush or Resistance: Burning Skies and then, once again, a whole lot of nothing.
The PS Vita has a lot of potential, but right now it’s not getting its due. Here are five PS3 franchises I think the Vita could handle pretty well.
SPOILER ALERT: This post contains spoilers for the evil ending of inFamous 2. But if you haven’t already played that game by now, shame on you.
The House of the Dead is arguably one of the most popular arcade series out there, but in 1999 Sega took The House of the Dead 2 and made it even more awesome. The Typing of the Dead is basically the same game as HOTD2, but you don’t shoot zombies with your guns; you shoot them with your words.
The PS3 has a slowly growing library of great light gun games – a genre I’m particularly fond of – and it’s about to get a couple more additions. Are you wondering why you even bothered buying a PlayStation Move? Why not try your hand at Resident Evil Chronicles HD Collection, released today in North America on PSN for $26.99? If you’re in Europe, like me, it’s out tomorrow.
Resistance is a series I’ve always had a soft spot for, but it’s never really stood out too much. Other than its use of unique and awesome weapons, Resistance has always seemed to be playing catch-up with other first-person shooters on the market, feeling like a mash-up of Halo and Call of Duty.
The series has seen a lot of changes over the years, but Resistance 2 – released in 2008 – featured probably the most fun and unique game mode to be seen within the series; eight player co-op.
Cheerleading, zombie-slaying spectacular Lollipop Chainsaw ships next week (12th June for US people, 15th for us UK people). I’ve personally been excited for this title for a while, and here’s five reasons why you should be, too.
Let’s be honest, because of all the leaks and stuff in recent years, E3 has usually been pretty sucky – a massive amount of games and secret reveals are leaked ahead of schedule for whatever reason, meaning those shock announcements at E3 sometimes fall flat.
E3 2012 was no different – apart from the odd surprise, we basically knew everything already. Who won E3 this year? Probably not Microsoft or Nintendo, I’ll be honest.