What I Want to see in E3

Well folks, E3 is tomorrow and many of us are excited and worried about it. Will Sony fuck up as badly as Microsoft did? Hopefully not. Will Microsoft’s games outweigh their anti consumer tactics? Not in a million years, they can go on stage and say Fallout 4 will be exclusive to XB1 forever and I’d still tell ’em to fuck off. Also we’ll finally get our first glimpse at the next installment of Smash Bros, hopefully we also see the 3DS version as well which the the creator of Smash Bros has said he wanted to add RPG elements to that version to make it feel more personal so I’m be interested to see how that turns out. So, without further adieu here are the things I want to see at E3:

1. Sony doesn’t do some bullshit anti consumer tactics. – Do I really have to explain? If they do that I guess the only next-gen console I’ll own will be a Wii U

2. Pokemon Snap 2 – Seriously, with the Wii Pad? come on, it just makes far too much sense to not be in development.

3. Vita games – Not ports, not spin offs. Original games(like Gravity Rush) or new installments(like how Birth by Sleep is a main entry in the KH series.) I still don’t understand why Sony completely ignored the Vita last year, hopefully they don’t do the same this year. Also let’s hope they announce a hefty price drop and some bundles, It would be nice if the Vita picked up some steam so more 3rd party publishers jumped on board.

4. PS4 doesn’t charge to play online. – I don’t mind if that extra stuff is behind a pay wall but I shouldn’t have to pay to use my router.

5. Fallout 4 – Please not a modified Fallout 3 engine like what Skyrim used. Please, use a brand new stable engine that is also able to accomplish much more. Don’t make modders do your job.
Also none of the Microsoft exclusive shit, fuck that crap.
6. Steam Workshop like feature on consoles. – Seriously, mods are the fucking best. One of my top 3 favorite features about gaming on PC. I don’t know how it’ll work, but Sony might be able to do it with Steam’s own workshop. After all, we have seen steam integrated on the PS3 with Portal 2 so it might be possible, or so I assume.

7. New 3DS model with a built-in 2nd analog nub. – Why this wasn’t part of the original design and has to be sold as a separate accessory is beyond me. Touch screen cannot substitute a second analog nub.

8. A reason to own a Wii U. – I played a Wii U this weekend. It was garbage. I didn’t like it, games sucked(I played NintendoLand, ZombiU, and New Super Mario Bros.), UI was also trash, and there doesn’t appear to be anything of interest coming out anytime soon with the exception of Smash Bros, which leads me to the next thing.

9. Mewtwo In Smash Bros. – Why would you take him out in the first place? :/ Whats next, going to replace Lucario with Zoroark or whatever Pokemon will replace Zoroark in the next Pokemon gen? Just give me the original badass back, please. Give him some actual good moves while you’re at it.

10. New IPs. – Sure sequels are great, but I also love some new IPs as well, I’m sure we all feel the same way about that.

Tomorrow I’ll post my impressions of the first day of E3, I might post different ones for each show or I might just do one at the end of the day and lump them all into one post depending how motivated I am. 🙂 Until tomorrow, friends.


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


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.