• Lasifer

    Bayonetta 2 Review

    November 4, 2014 by Lasifer


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  • Lasifer

    E3 is just around the corner, and what do you guys want to see revealed from the big name companies like Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft, Ubisoft, and EA? Post in the comments below.

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  • Cfp3157

    That's right. I'm going to say several of the best villains that the video gaming history and letting you decide which one is the ultimate antagonist. Please keep in mind, I got very late into the game for Nintendo and am practically nonexistent to Xbox and PC. I'm probably going to get a few wrong, but other than that please bear with me. 

    Here's how voting will go; You say who you want out in the comments, and explain why. If others agree with you, then that villain will be out of the tournament for good. Withou further ado, here are our contestants!

    • Ganon (Ocarina of Time)
    • Zachary Hale Comstock (BioShock: Infinite)
    • Ares (God of War)
    • Kessler (inFAMOUS)
    • Giovanni (Pokemon)
    • Steven Armstrong (Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance) 
    • Vladimir Makarov (CoD: M…

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  • Drayco90

    inFAMOUS Second Son delivers a thrilling, gorgeous experience that any PS4 owner should pay attention to- though maybe not buy a console for.

    Second Son, like its predecessors, is made up of a mixing pot of numerous genres, all of which are honed to functionality but none ironed out to perfection. The core of the combat is built on third person shooters, with many of the super powers wielded by protagonist Delsin Rowe acting as analogues for various shooter firearms. The pistol, shotgun, assault rifle, sniper rifle, frag grenade and rocket launcher are all on display yet again, cloaked to look like blasts of flaming smoke and particle effect laced neon blasts. While its not necessarily the most unique, the important part of the combat is th…

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  • Drayco90

    • Real Name- Agent Phillip Coulson
    • Voice Actor- Clark Gregg

    A former member of the Army Rangers, Agent Phillip Coulson is one of the most trusted and skilled field agents working for SHIELD today. Whether it's a combat op, or a espionage focused mission, Agent Coulson and his team are equipped with the weapons, the gadgets, and the particular set of skills needed to intercept the enemy and keep the world protected from all levels of meta-human threats.

    • Silenced Pistol (Projectile Piercing)- Coulson fires a SHIELD issued handgun once, which staggers a single opponent while dealing decent damage. Level ups increase damage and allow him to fire repeatedly as long as their is energy to burn.
    • Chitauri Burst Wave (Area of Effect)- Coulson throws a stick…

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  • BeastMan14

    The Reaper Chronicles is, much like the Darkspawn Chronicles, set in an alternate universe where Commander Shepard died during the suicide mission in Mass Effect 2, with only Garrus, Jack, Tali, and Grunt surviving. The players take control of a Marauder (yes, the one that Shepard shoots in the ending) as it leads the Reapers to victory against the forces assembled under Admiral Hackett and Kaidan Alenko/Ashley Williams.

    The gameplay is essentially identical to Mass Effect 3's, with the Marauder able to run, cover, and shoot identically to Shepard, with the added ability of drawing nearby troops into its command like the Vanguard from The Darkspawn Chronicles, at which point it can send these various troop types to assault certain enemies, …

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  • Oshbosh

    With the Wii U out right now, the Wii is no longer Nintendo's main console (Also, for those who want to know, yes, I have faith that the console will sell better with more titles coming). Now its time to look back at the best. And forewarn, if your favorite game isn't here, I either never played it or it is a multiplatform games. First, here is an honorable mention.

    Deadly Creatures is a very unique game. You control a tarantula and a scorpion as you battle various animals. There is also an overarcing story about two men searching for gold. The game is really fun. The combat system is well done. There is a variety of moves for both vharacters and the puzzles aren't to far behind. Why is it an honorable mention? Well, it is short (Around 5-6…

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  • Drayco90

    It's no secret that I love Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale. A lot. A lot. I've come to terms with the fact that I'm basically the only one with the correct opinion of the game on the planet, and while we're probably never getting a PS4 sequel, that won't stop me from #Believing. This blog is the compilation of what I'm sure will be mad ramblings about how I'd handle the sequel that I'm never going to get, because you guys are assholes.

    • Franchise of Origin: God of War
    • Voice Actor: T. C. Carson
    • Character Theme: The End Begins- God of War II
    • Credits Theme: This is Madness- Taking Dawn
    • Intro 1: Kratos draws his blades and roars with rage, like his default original intro.
    • Intro 2: Plants Blade of Olympus on the ground, shouts "I bring the destruc…

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  • Lasifer

    E3 is just around the corner, and what do you guys want to see revealed from the big name companies like Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft, Ubisoft, and EA? Post in the comments below.

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  • Lasifer

    I'm turning this blog into what Drayco is doing with his PSASBR 2 blog because I like what he is doing, dawg.

    • Universe- Super Mario
    • Theme- TBD.
    • Credits Theme- TBD.
    • Victory Theme- Traditional Mario Victory jingle
    • Intro 1- Jumps out of a Warp Pipe- "Let's-a-go!"
    • Intro 2- Lands on the stage through a Warp Star (Super Mario Galaxy)
    • Intro 3- Flies onto the stage using a Wing Cap (Super Mario 64)

    • Taunt 1- Twirls and removes his cap
    • Taunt 2- Grows to a super-size, as if taking a Super Mushroom power-up, before shrinking again.
    • Taunt 3- TBA.
    • Victory Stance 1- TBA.
    • Victory Stance 2- TBA.
    • Victory Stance 3- TBA.

    • Dr. Mario
    • Referee Outfit
    • Chef Outfit
    • Metal Mario
    • Picross Archaeologist

    • Series- Super Mario
    • Theme- TBA.
    • Credits Theme- Luigi's Mansion Credit theme
    • Victory Theme-…

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  • Thundrtri

    Hey guys, 

    I had an idea for a Marvel fighting game similar to that of Smash Bros. Over the next few weeks I'll be showing off the plot and eventually have a structure and basis for a game. This game will most likely never exist, but I ad the idea so I figured I may as well share it with you. Today, we will look at character selection....

    • Thor reps: Thor, Loki
    • Captain America raps: Captain America, Bucky Barnes, Red Skull, Helmut Zemo
    • Iron Man reps: Iron Man, War Machine, Mandarin
    • Hulk reps: The Hulk, Red Hulk, Abomination
    • Spiderman reps: Spiderman, Green Goblin, Doc Ock, Venom
    • X-Men reps: Wolverine, Storm, Nightcrawler, Cyclops, Iceman, Jean Grey, The Juggernaut, Magneto
    • Daredevil reps: Daredevil, Elektra, Punisher
    • Fantastic four reps: Mr. Fantast…

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  • Lasifer

    With a Super Smash Bros. 4 on the horizo, and a reveal coming soon with much hype surronding it, I'd figure I would host a little poll here on the wiki. I'm taking some of the most wanted characters per Nintendo franchise, and you vote who you want out of the polls, the remaining winner of a poll becomes the next rep for that franchise, or if that franchise needs no new representation! Also- This is Newcomers only, so you won't be seeing Mewtwo or Roy here.

    Paper Mario wins!

    Tingle Wins!

    Genesect wins!

    Knuckle Joe is the winner!

    Krystal Wins!

    Masked Man is the winner!

    The EggPlant Wizard wins!

    Black Shadow wins!

    Ridley wins!

    Lynn is the winner!

    Tom Nook wins!

    Bayonetta wins!

    Feel free to vote in the comments and give explanations too!

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  • BeastMan14

    Playstation All-Stars has been purchased and played by your's truly. But does it live up to the expectations as a competitor to Smash Bros, or does it crash and burn?

    The gameplay is surprisingly fresh and original, considering they could have just taken everything from Smash Bros and called it a day. The AP system is an interesting addition, mainly cause it takes away a lot of the "You could get three kills in a row, but your high percentage means someone could kill you with one lucky shot" system that frustrated me so much in Smash Bros. The AP builds as you make attacks, and once you get enough, you can do a super move, an attack that kills an enemy and gets you a point. The game is much more skill-based than Brawl, which added Smash Orb…

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  • BeastMan14

    Hey there people, its me, BeastMan14! I've decided to do stuff around here every now and then, and to kick it off, I'm gonna compare my 8 favorite Sci-Fi games in a tourney style clash to see which game is best.

    I will compare:

    • Characters
    • Story
    • Gameplay

    Each on a scale of 1 to 10 points. Whoever gets the most points, wins that round and advances.

    • Mass Effect 2
    • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
    • Gears of War 2
    • Bioshock
    • Fallout New Vegas
    • Halo 2
    • Doom
    • EndWar

    • Mass Effect 2 vs Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
    • Gears of War 2 vs Bioshock
    • Fallout: New Vegas vs Halo 2
    • Doom vs EndWar

    This will start....sooooon.

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  • Lasifer

    Does Infinite soar sky high like we had hoped? Or does it sink down to the depths of the Atlantic? Find out here in my review of the newest title in the BioShock series, BioShock Infinite.

    The BioShock series has been improving on one big aspect in each installment -- The gameplay. Infinite keeps the iconic Plasmids and Eve Hypos from the previous installments, but this time in the form of Vigors and Salts, retrospectively. The Vigors in the game aren't just copy-and-paste elemental powers like "Electro Bolt" and "Incinerate!" from the Rapture games, but creative, thought out, and original powers. The Devil's Kiss Vigor won't spit out flames from your fingers, but throw a fiery grenade at your foes. Infinite also ups the ante with new weapo…

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  • Drayco90

    Game Review- Asura's Wrath

    February 9, 2013 by Drayco90

    Asura’s Wrath is a very polarizing experience, and while it may not stand as a great “game”, it is a brilliantly unique experience worth trying.

    Easily the worst aspect of Asura’s Wrath is the experience of playing it outside of the infamous quicktime events. That’s not to say that the gameplay in Asura’s Wrath is bad per se, but it’s not great, and often feels like something you slog through to get to more of the glorious madness that makes up the game’s bread and butter. Occasionally players will take control in action game segments where they battle packs of monstrous creatures and divine foes. The actual system is fairly shallow- once you get the mechanics down, you’ll find a few combos you can rely on, but it’s not a system that offers…

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  • Drayco90

    Omega is a technically solid, but uninspired and boring return to the universe of Mass Effect that fails to deliver anything worth putting your disk back in.

    As would be expected of a DLC add-on pack, Omega does little to change up the basic formula of Mass Effect 3’s base gameplay, which is a bit of a disappointment after the less expensive Leviathan DLC earlier this year made numerous strides to introduce new mechanics and shake up the gameplay with investigation-based missions and mech gameplay. While the concept of Retaking Omega likely drums up numerous images in the heads of Mass Effect gamers that would make compelling and nostalgic actions set pieces through environments that we remember and care about, the final product is unable t…

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