I know this is a super old article. But I recently discovered this album while binging City Pop. I have to disagree that Akina likely didn’t know of Cocteau Twins or Siouxsie. There were Post-Punk bands in Japan active before Fushigi came out that were most definitely influenced by those bands. So it’s not unlikely a…
Looks like Oakland.
The anime was just ok, the Manga is where the series shines.
What a creatively named game *rolls eyes*.
The premise sounds cool, but like others have mentioned, it would get boring pretty fast without any kind of goal or progression. I love the idea of various creepy environments too. Snowy mountain roads, bayou, forest, etc.
They also really need a Semi Truck to chase you in a…
Think I’ll just stick with NESticles, and my library of hundreds of games on my PC.
C‘mon mang, if you are going to quote it, quote it correctly.
This basically reminds me of how it felt to test Blood Money. Normally QA is repetitive, mind numbing work. But Blood Money was infinitely interesting to test. every time I went through a mission, I’d change up my approach. And it was so cool how many weird little hidden things happened but only for a moment at a …
You should totally play it. It’s a very unique game.
It starts off as a typical 3rd person, modern military shooter, but as the story wears on, it evolves into a psychological horror game. And you’re narrative choices effect the outcome of the story. Def worth playing just to experience it.
Every time I’ve met someone who claimed to have beat it, I call them a liar lol. I’m sure someone beat it at some point in the past 28 years, but I consider myself a pretty damn good video game player.... and fuck Battletoads hahaha.
I passed all of the races in that game using memorization. Despite all of the effort I put into beating that game, I never could get to the last level. I always got stuck on the Rat Race level. Stupid asshole always blew up before I could stop him.
I agree and disagree, I still think Spec Ops: The Line, is the most brutal depiction of warfare in a video game yet.
Which one? There were several racing levels. ;)
Ahhh the Power Line, or how I ran up my mom’s phone bill and lost my gaming privliges for a month.
Jeeez i go to bed at 3am every night and get up at 7 for work. But when I try to sleep earlier, my ADHD mind just keeps me up so I can finish the things I was working on. I’ve been this way my whole life too. My mom and I were both night owls growing up. On the weekends I get about 9 hours of sleep though. I know that…
Dude, you can stealth your way through the entire game. It just gets harder in the last few stages.
To be fair, the end of Mafia II is in the late 50's. So it isn’t a giant leap in logic that the next sequential game in the series (which btw continues Vito’s story), should be set in the following decade.
It’s totally a rental sadly. I rented it from Gamefly and beat it in about 12 hours. There is like very little to do after finishing the campaign.
Interesting review. I want to check out the campaign, but “Pinnacle of FPS’s” is a pretty lofty claim. I’ll have to decide that for myself.
I also noticed you have a new user pic. The eyeliner suits you. I think it represents your chosen identity well. But as Alaska Thunderfuck would say... “Nails”!
Funniest thing I’ve see all weekend yah wankah!