I don’t know how to feel about Mother 4. Fan-made games have the potential to be fantastic, and in most cases, I’m more than willing to give them a try. After all, games like Psycho Waluigi have brought me hours of entertainment. [Read more...]
Although its title suggests otherwise, Warriors Orochi 3 is actually the third installment in the Warriors Orochi series. None of that matters, because all of these games look identical to me.
At first glance I thought, “Wow, another Dynasty Warriors game, in this day and age. Really?” Then I realized that it’s actually another Warriors Orichi game, in this day and age. Really?
I don’t mean to poke fun or dress down this game if it’s your cup of tea, but I just don’t see the allure of standing on a barren surface, hacking and slashing through waves of inept soldiers.
Apparently now there are Aerial Special Attacks, plus changing battle styles AND Triple Rush! Be still my beating heart. Add to that the True Musou Blast, and we’ve got ourselves a ballgame.
The period-appropriate music is another nice touch.
Look, if you like these games, then you’ll probably like this one too. Tecmo Koei didn’t even need to make a trailer. They could’ve just shown a still shot of the title for 20 seconds and a release date.
As far as a trailer quality goes, however, this is pretty average.
I was pretty psyched when I saw the new Sims 4 gameplay walkthrough trailer. Then I realized the video was 20 minutes long. [Read more...]
I remember playing the first two Kingdom Hearts games and absolutely loving them. Being able to rub elbows with some of Disney’s most famous characters was a ton of fun.
I especially liked worlds where Sora underwent a transformation. Romping around as a lion with Simba was great! And swimming through the sea as a merboy with the characters from The Little Mermaid was surprisingly enjoyable. [Read more...]
There’s something about a haunting, high-pitched, female voice singing a melancholic song that really punches me right in the heart muscle.
The Chinese Room is well-known for Dear Esther, and Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs. However, their most recent undertaking, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, has really caught our attention here at GeekParty. Our Senior Editor, Mandi, has already mentioned that it might be the game to convince her to buy a PS4. I have to wholeheartedly agree with her. [Read more...]