In celebration of this month’s LGBT history, even though June isn’t the “official” LGBT month, June is still a historic month for the community and we couldn’t let it go without posting our personal top 10 LGBT characters in video games, and here they are:
I wasn’t planning on buying this game. I’m a big racing fan, and I’ve always enjoyed the Wipeout series (except for Fusion) but, the thing is, liking this series has made me do something really strange which is… buying its games. I happen to own Wipeout HD and Fury and also Wipeout 2048 for the Vita already and they both looked and played fenomenally on their original systems so I didn’t feel the need to double dip and get them again for the PS4.
The problem is that I walked into a retail store the other day and I saw this case next to a very tempting reduced price tag and I couldn’t resist.
The E3 is over and it left us once again with a massive amount of videos and demos to get us hyped for upcoming games. Now that the dust is settled Roy and I joined together and decided which of those showings got us more impressed and came up with this collaborative list. These picks are just our own so don’t get too mad if your favourite game doesn’t appear!
If you know any Radiohead you’ll probably know where this is going.
Last year I wrote separate articles with my impressions on some of the games Sony showed but I figured that concentrating them into one this time around wouldn’t be so bad. Specially considering that there wasn’t that much new to explain. In any case, there were games and I have my own opinions on them so let’s begin.
That’s a nice way to summarize it, isn’t it? You read this post’s title and then look at the picture, that’s pretty much it.
It wouldn’t be fair though. There’s the work of hundreds of people behind the making of this game so a simple joke like that wouldn’t do it justice. Also, there’s also the reasons WHY I disliked so much what EA showed about this new game and I’d like to share it with the world.
The first time I saw anything about this game it gave me the vibe of being some sort of Little Big Planet game directed by Tim Burton. That alone has quite some potential so of course I was intrigued.
Of course, after getting more information on the game and now that I’ve even got my hands on the final product, I know that definition isn’t the most accurate. But the game we have here is still quite intriguing indeed.
We always try to keep our expectations low to avoid dissapointments but with the Electronic Entertainment Expo behind the corner, it’s hard not to start getting hyped for the games to come. This is a top 10 on our most anticipated games to be on the show this year. Some will be shown and others will not but these are games that exist and Roy and I are just dying to see.
Mortal Kombat Trilogy is a game first released in 1996 by Midway, the 5th in the series overall. It’s a fighting game and was a major commercial success and it received good critiques. I actually first played it on my Nintendo64 (N64) in 2002, 6 years after its original release but this isn’t my review on it. I loved this game as a kid so you know I’d recommend it right away on my nostalgia alone, that’s not what this article is about. The thing is, I hold many great memories of Mortal Kombat and the good times I had with friends playing it that I wanted the world to know. That’s why we came up with this new category in our blog in the first place, because Leo and I would love to share our good gaming memories with you.
There’s this website called PSNProfiles which helps you keep track of your PSN Trophies. It shows that I’ve played 576 games as of today (only games that support trophies count) but, among all those, I’ve only platinumed 17. So yeah, you can’t consider me a trophy hunter. The thing is, one of the few platinums I have is the one for this game, Horizon: Zero Dawn. Does that mean that the platinum is easy? Maybe, but what it really means is that I enjoyed this title way more than the average game.
If you’ve been following my articles, you’ll probably know already that I’m a huge fan of driving games and I have a pretty massive PS3 collection so with that in mind, it’s actually kind of surprising that I didn’t write an article like this earlier. In any case, here it is now. These are my favourite racing/driving games you can play on PS3.
It’s all based on my personal opinion, no metacritic scores or anything. Also, for variety purposes and to make this list more “useful”, there will only one game per franchise.