Posted on September 30, 2016
Transformers have it rough. They are loathed, they are loved. Trust me, I’m a biased fan.
But with the upcoming lineup of October’s PS Plus, NO ONE can go wrong. Not only will your PS4 get Transformers: Devastation, Platinum Games’ oldskool take on the franchise, but you’ll get the remake of classic zombie horror game Resident Evil as an added bonus – not counting the games for PS3 and PS Vita.
Do it. Renew that subscription. You have the power. You’ve got The Touch.
Posted on September 29, 2016
One of the first flash-to-console games that entered my collection, Alien Hominid is simple fun and endless entertainment, up until your brain has turned to mush.
Case in point, the music follows suit:
And let’s not forget about the 4 player ALL YOU CAN EAT button-mashing bonanza! (past the 13sec mark)
Thanks, Matthew Harwood.
Posted on September 28, 2016
Or 4KidsEntertainment, Cartoon Network, or whatever caters to millennials with short attention spans, lots of love for the new chibi 3D trend, and a strong penchant for cutesy PG anime.
I’m one of those people who refuses to buy yet another Nintendo system just to be able to enjoy the next Monster Hunter (or Bayonetta). Even though I’m not a fan of the newest spin-off, Monster Hunter Stories falls in that same category and will sadly not grace my collection.
The anime however, might be worth a shot. Were I 20 years younger.
Posted on September 27, 2016
I never played The – critically acclaimed horror puzzle game – 7th Guest (1993), nor its sequel The – less than stellar – 11th Hour (1995), but if the music‘s any indication, I should really be getting to it.
Loving the main theme, and I keep hearing Minnie the Moocher in the ending song.
When a cult game reminds me of a cult movie, that’s never a bad thing.
Posted on September 26, 2016
But it’s not worth your money again if you don’t have a gaming console.
Console gaming should be rather fine though, so if you haven’t experienced a trip through Rapture yet, now’s the time.
PC gamers should hold their seahorses until it rains patches.
Posted on September 24, 2016
So the ‘new’ Playstation will most likely be able to render all games in full HD at sixty frames per second? You mean to say that Sony’s pitch for its 2006 PS3 release has finally become truth?
Can it play PS2/PS3 discs?
How about all those PSN games I accrued over the years, some for which I need to keep my subscription going till the end of times?
This conversation is over. There’s no such thing as ‘PRO’.
Posted on September 22, 2016
I know you watched pure pixel porn.
And what was once in the palm of your hand, now comes to the big screen!
PUNCH CLUB on PC, Mac and Linux!