The gamer’s discuss what it would be like if they selected their brides from video game characters and the pros and cons that that would come with such a decision. If you’ve ever watched any of these you can guess how that went.
In this clip from our interview with Producer Joshua Clausen he tells us about some of his favorite classic games as well as the upcoming changes coming to Hawken.
We’re playing through the beta of the Mega Man roguelike game, 20XX. Here is one of the generated levels of Stonetemple Skycity.
We go beyond chess with Warhammer 40K Regicide and we start with the quick tutorial which gives you the basics on movement and actions for the game.
We play March of War the Free-to-Play turn base strategy game set in an alternative world. The year is 1947. The world lies ravaged by war. Align yourself with one of six warring factions and fight for global domination in a world where borders rapidly shift as battles are won and lost.
Video game designer and president of Senscape Agustin Cordes tells us about some of the classic games that inspired him as well as ones that scared him. He also talked to us about some of his favorite classic games.
We go back and play the first thirty minutes of the original Lost Planet: Extreme Condition.
We profile the Free-to-play Mech warfare game, HAWKEN sit down with producer, Joshua Clausen (or as he is known to the community CapnJosh) about the acquisition of the game by Reloaded games and the upcoming fixes, changes and improvements to the game.
If you loved Saints Row, the Batman Arkham series of games, Borderlands, and the Mad Max movies then you will love Mad Max the game. The game consists of taking the role of Mad Max after his ride has been stolen, recruiting a crazy mechanic that will help you build a car that will let you get your ride back, and rebuilding civilization in the region along the way.
-It’s Mad Max!
-Really captures the low technology and scarcity of the post-apocalypse world.
-Gives more insight as to what might have caused the Armageddon.
-Game engine performance is amazing (very well optimized).
-The sand storm parts are terrifying.
-As much carnage and slaughter as a Mad Max movie or anything from Warhammer 40k.
-Persistent auto-save system that works flawlessly so it doesn’t interrupt gameplay.
-Fast travel system that although convenient can also be used to cheat in many situations (such as low health/water).
-Too expensive ($60 price).
-Car combat is not as good as Auto Assault.
-Game events/activities are too repetitive. Some events/activities you might expect are missing such as escort missions, etc.
-Game ending was TOO EASY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
-Game is badly in need of a 2nd campaign (DLC please!)
-Damage system is not realistic at all (I was ran over by a car going at full speed without dying).
-Pretty much no replay value (unless they add DLC that changes the game a lot).
-Mechanic fixes car too easily (it’s basically immortal if you know how to play).
-In a world of finite extremely-limited resources, you’re going around blowing up oil production plants which is the OPPOSITE of you would want to be doing in the post-apocalypse! This major logic-fail makes the game stupid when you really think about it.
Review score: 6.5 out of 10
The gamers continue to get inappropriate as they discuss what would occur if they were put in some survival horror games and how different groups of people would react to being put in horror situations and it just goes downhill from there.
We play through the very beginnings of Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning.
We had a chance to talk with actor James C. Burns about his film, Coldwater also talked about his iconic character from Call of Duty Black Ops, Frank Woods.
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