Whats Going On

Now that school is done I’ve just been relaxing and playing some games. Although not as much as I usually do since E3 was this week, overall it was a great show this year. Plus, I’ve been busy going to the gym, trying to get in better shape. So far I’ve gotten around to beating Bastion and stealthy completed Sly Cooper 4 Thieves in Time. Sly Cooper’s final boss was trash, the entire fight was quick time events. I despise those with a passion, hopefully we see less of those next-gen. I’m still playing through Soul Sacrifice, I’ve been neglecting my poor Vita(and so has Sony if E3 is anything to go by). All that I got left to do is beat Magusar, story wise that is. I still got a bunch of multiplayer quest that I haven’t beaten. I noticed a lot of people online only do sacrifice, it’s pretty annoying since I’m trying to go 99/1, but oh well.

I’ve ordered me a new game too, Persona 4: Golden. I pretty much already know what happens plot wise since I’ve seen the anime but I hear it’s a great game even if you already know the plot. I hope it’s not too grindy like Persona 3  was. I mean I’ll still beat it, it’s just that if it is, it’ll take me a lot longer. So since I’m getting Golden I thought I should try to beat Persona 4: Arena. I’ve been having it since Black Friday and I only bought it for the story mode, I don’t really like fighting games so I don’t care for the online or any of that. While I’ll be playing that on my PS3 I’ll also be playing Max Payne on PC. By the way, Max Payne is HARD! Holy shit, man. It’s so hard I had to switch the game over to easy. I really suck at shooting games. Normally I like to only play two games at a time but I figured what the hell. They’re all different genres so when I get bored with playing a fighting game I’ll switch on over to a shooter, and once I get bored with that I’ll go to an action RPG; you know, mix it up a bit. Oh, I’m also going to get my Galaxy Note 8.0 tomorrow as well! Hopefully the store has them in stock. Another thing is that I’ve noticed all my friends are nerds. They never want to do anything, they’d just rather stay home all day and play games. I love games as much as the next guy but damn, its Summer, let’s go out and have some fun too. Note to self: Make some new friends.

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5 Games I’m Looking Forward To

While current consoles will soon be replaced in a year or two(and handhelds already replaced) there are still many great games being replaced, some being new IPs or sequel to an existing franchise. Some great games coming out include Sly 4, Gears of War Judgment, DayZ standalone, and so on. But there are five games that really stand out to me.

5) Pokemon X & Y

I’ve been obsessed with Pokemon since I could walk, guilty as charged. Not only is this game the first fully 3D Pokemon game but it’s also a new generation as well, brand new Pokemon to catch! While some thought the 5th gen Pokemon were ugly(unfairly might I add) I actually truly enjoyed it. One thing i hope that isn’t  in X & Y is the requirement to use HMs, I hate having to waste a party slot or move slot on HMs.

4) Puppeteer

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When Sony first showed this game I was under the impression that it would be released on the Vita, well it still might since Sony is pushing Cross-Buy, but boy, was I impressed. While it might look like a kid’s game it certainly doesn’t sound like it judging from the previews. Puppeteer is a 2.5D side scroller where instead of the character going through the stage, the stage moves. The main character gains power ups by changing his head, once he is hurt his head bounces around for a couple of seconds and you must immediately chase after it or you’re dead, buddy.

3) Tearaway

I believe this will undoubtedly be one of the Vita’s killer apps(now Sony needs to give the damn thing a price cut). Being developed by one of Sony’s power house developers, Media Molecule, Tearaway is a 3D platformer that will take advantage of many of the Vita’s Unique features. Hopefully they don’t feel forced and inconvenient to use like Uncharted Golden Abyss.

2) Super Smash Bros. Wii U & 3DS

Its Smash Bros, one of the best fighting series ever, do I need to say anymore? Call me crazy but if I had to pick between a new Mario game or Smash Bros, Smash Bros wins hands down, everyday of the week. Although, I wonder how it’ll play on the 3DS. Hopefully it doesn’t hold down the Wii U version of the game. By the way, Nintendo, do us Pokemon fans a solid and bring back Mewtwo.

1) Fallout 4

Fallout 4 is practically all but confirmed at this point. If any game took me by surprise this generation its Fallout 3. When I first saw gameplay I thought it was some kind of crappy horror game. But then I bought it on sale for the PS3, and my mind completely changed. Fallout 3(and New Vegas) are without a doubt two of the best games that I’ve ever played, and they even got better once I got them both on PC; god bless the modding community and their creativity. Word of advice, if you’re interested in Fallout(or Elder Scrolls) buy it for the PC or save up for a gaming PC, seriously, its worth it.