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Let's talk about Persona 3 and 4, more importantly, which is the better game?
Square Enix recently unveiled the existence of a third title in the Dissidia Final Fantasy series. Like the previous two entries the game will be a 3D arena-based fighter, pitting characters from all over the Final Fantasy universe against each other in ground- and air-based battles so chaotic it could make the cast of Dragonball Z seethe with envy.
What is the true definition of a gamer? With such a plethora of genres, playstyles, skill sets, availability, and cultures, could such a definitive answer be achieved? Well, leave it to me to solve video game’s most heated debate.
I’ve devised a very psychological-esque test that based off your answers to these hard hitting questions should determine if you indeed fit into the true definition category of a gamer. I will do my best as an impartial observer to not define your answers by my own experience and/or environment. Good luck to you.
"A trip to the bakery goes awry when young Etoile finds herself trapped in a dark version of her hometown inhabited by shadowy spirits. She must find out why she is here and, more importantly, how to get out."
GORGE is a food themed horror game that blends exploration, puzzle solving, and choice-driven storytelling with multiple endings. In a lot of ways it seems reminiscent of PSP cult classic Corpse Party; lo-fi RPG Maker visuals and a charming anime aesthetic married to a game that looks to be surprisingly dark and gory.
Chances are you have heard of the ESRB. Chances are you have heard of Mortal Kombat. Chances are you were not one of the dozens who owned a Sega CD and were not yet on the PC gaming runaway train, so you might not have heard of Night Trap. Released in 1992 and developed by Digital Pictures, Night Trap was a B horror movie lover's dream, an interactive full motion video that placed you in charge of keeping a menagerie of girls alive during a Auger (read vampire) infested sleepover. Due to violence and scantly clad women in a video game, which at the time was thought only to be for children, Night Trap played a large part in the formation of the now standard parental guidance system. Have you ever been asked to show an ID when you picked up the latest Call of Duty? Thank you Night Trap.
While we don't get to see much of this game slated for late 2015, I must say that this new trailer for DICE's "Star Wars: Battlefront" has me excited. First of all, the team has revealed that the original trilogy will be the source material for this game. This makes me so happy, as the grittier, dingier feel is exactly what I want.
The development team visited the original locales from the movie to capture the heart and soul of those places. We get to see several environments in the games. and they are absolutely stunning, to say the least. The attention to detail and the simple beauty of the graphics has me hoping that this will be the first Star Wars game in years to capture my imagination.
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The Xbox One is getting a stream of updates to increase the user experience. In February, the battery indicator and hard drive management were enabled. In March, friends list and parties are getting boost. Now we know approximately when to expect friend alerts to return Xbox Live.
If you played on Xbox 360, you’ll no doubt know the sound and look of the notification signaling a friend has come online. Via Twitter, Xbox One chief product officer says that “toasts” (those notifications that appear on the bottom of your screen) won’t be in the March update.
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