Black Knight Rebel
Glad to have you back in my reading rotation; I missed your stuff.
Having not played any of the Arkham titles I could see myself buying a remastered bundle set of the first three games for the PS4 similar to the tomb raider remaster.
That’s a good point, it is cross-buy and cross-save compatible so those are pretty major features even if it doesn’t effect the actual gameplay.
You’ve convinced me to spend even more of my money lol
For a Saint Bernard you’d obviously want to upgrade to the Elite model.
Yes, but you’ll need to buy and implement a separate rotary tool if you want to fit the poop-bag dispensary.
Going through the tutorial now and this Rachel character is pretty funny. It’s a lot of info to take in though so I’m not sure I’ll be actually playing tonight (it’s almost 9:30p here and I’ve got work in the morning so I’ll probably just finish the tutorials tonight)
So do you recommend I play Arcade mode first or should I use the Story mode to see what happens during Calamity Trigger and then Continuum Shift? It looks like such a massive game so I’d like to find a good place to start after the tutorials.
I’ve never played Dark Souls, and to me “ganking” sounds like what Amy from Futurama would calling what someone cheating in a game is doing so…. cheating?
1. You’re a mod now, surely you must see my constant spambot reports lol I’m not dead
2. I just deleted Injustice and started the download. I remember this game looking interesting so I’m excited to try it out.
It’s Continuum Shift EXTEND… whatever that means lol
Injustice was okay, but the DC comics don’t interest me enough to memorize the combos. Maybe I’ll redownload it once I get a 64GB card. BlazeBlu looks like it has very interesting characters so I’ll probably be more excited for it than I was for Injustice.
Hmm I want to get Fez, but it seems like a $5 or $6 game…. are there any Vita-specific enhancements?
You keep talking up this series, I think I’ll download the free PS Plus version to my Vita and see what it’s like
Speaking of Aquaria, they should consider porting that over to the Vita
It doesn’t really matter, but if you seriously need the answer it’s that sub-1080p/60fps has already been done and the fact that a new generation is here means that people are looking for a new base-line.
With 4k and 8k looming in the far distance and 1440p being the new high-end baseline for PCs, it seemed as if 1080p/60fps was an easy target. If one console falls short of that repeatedly it becomes newsworthy, not that it really matters unless you have both consoles next to each other.
It didn’t matter to PS3 users in the early days of last gen so it shouldn’t bother XB1 users during the early days of this gen. In my opinion so long as console can match last gen’s performance they’ll be fine since last gen really was good enough for the current HDTVs in people’s homes.
The only Android games I see a PS4 running are the Sony-branded Android games in the PlayStation Mobile store, not to mention Sony already has a strategy in place to bring portable games to the television (Vita TV).
Microsoft definitely won’t ever directly support Android gaming when they are still building up their Xbox on Windows identity.
The only home console that might realistically integrate Ouya is the Wii-U, but Nintendo has enough shit on their plate bringing the Wii-U into the 21st century without the headache of incorporating a failing platform to their already flailing console. They’d be better served releasing a Virtual Console subscription service since that’s the best thing the Ouya can do anyway.
After giving the game a fair shake I think it was a hasty review. I had the EXACT same impression as Danielle but after reading the comments here I decided to give it another go but this time actually Double S rank the tutorial so that I had a good handle on the mechanics.
After doing that, my feelings went from lukewarm to very excited. The Vita version has you thinking that the sticks are the best controls since that’s what the tutorial tells you to use, but you’ll make a lot of mistakes doing that since sticks are too fluid for platformers.
If you stick with the D-Pad and don’t leave until you master the tutorial you’ll find that the game is insanely good on the Vita, almost like it was MADE for it.
I felt that the plot was so much stronger during the first season. I stopped watching mid-way through the Hoenn region and drop the series entirely except for when I watched the Origins miniseries.
The reason I feel the plot was strong in the first season is because they were telling their own story separate from the game. The games have a decent (although predictable) plot for a game, but for a TV Show there needs to be more depth of character and the first season managed that well, although I’d argue that the Viz comics did that a million times better than anything else.
The golden rule of writing is that if it looks or sounds weird or awkward there is probably a better way to phrase what you’re writing and an editor should check it out if you can’t get it neat.
I agree that the middle paragraph looks to be running on. I’d edit it as follows:
The library of Pokémon content coming to Netflix includes the anime series’ first season, Indigo League, which originally aired from 1997-1999 in Japan and the U.S. The first season will be available to Netflix subscribers in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Ireland. Netflix is also getting the 14th season, Black & White (image above), which debuted in Japan just after the September 2010 release of Pokémon Black/Pokémon White on Nintendo DS.
Season one was actually well written for a kids show and was done before they were mandated to stretch the plot to paper-thin wash and repeat scenarios.
They really could have ended the show at the Indigo League but money talks loudly.
That was a great share : )