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Enslaved is a new take on the classic story Journey to the West. It’s set in a Post-apocalyptic world. You play as the lone tough guy, Monkey. Your goal is to escort Trip across the land to complete her mission for her people.
Blacklight Tango Down is one Xbox Live Arcade game that has really taken me by surprise. Its really kind of flew under my radar, but it recently started getting some good media coverage. Thus bringing it to my attention, and I have to say, for an Xbox Live Arcade game, it really knocked me back by how good it looks.
In the near-future, in a city ravaged by war, the Blacklight Tango Team has been sent to find recently missing Colonel Klein and his personal Blacklight team in the city of Balik. The rebel group “The Order”, is thought to have captured or killed the missing Blacklight team.
Tango Team prepares to attack The Order’s headquarters when Blacklight command informs them that civilians have been infected with an unknown virus, causing them to attack everyone they encounter. As they engage the Order in combat, both sides are attacked by crazed civilians. Because the circumstances have changed, Tango Team is ordered to stop The Order at all costs…
I don’t know about you guys, but I will definitely be purchasing this game. Blacklight Tango Down will be released on July 7th and will run you $15 (1,200 Microsoft Points.) It will be on Xbox 360 for the Xbox Live Arcade, PS3 for PSN, and the PC.
We check out Medal of Honor on the E3 show floor.
Did you enjoy being a complete badass with the Force in Star Wars: The Force Unleashed? If you played this game anything near to how I played it, you used ever power to the most destructive way imaginable. The whole “with great power, comes great responsibility” ideology was thrown out the window once I had the chance to be a Sith/Jedi.
Well, this fall The Force Unleashed II will be released and the Collectors Edition has some pretty sweet goods coming with it. The steelbook that comes with this edition looks mighty sexy. Click the linked image to the left to read more about what you’ll receive if you pick up the Collectors Edition.
“NaughtyBear is a grisly psychopath slicing a path of manipulation and terror across a cartoon world of otherwise blissful teddy bears on the Island of Perfection.” This is the opening to the press fact sheet about the upcoming game NaughtyBear. With an opening like that I would like to meet one person who isn’t intrigued by this game! Here is a little more about what they have to say about the game:
NaughtyBear tells the tale of one demented teddy bear’s ruthless efforts to torment and harass the inhabitants of the Island of Perfection. Gamers will engage in sadistic scuffles with hapless stuffed animals from all corners of the toy box, waging psychological warfare on unsuspecting victims.
They had me at NaughtyBear, but when they threw in grisly psychopath, sadistic scuffles, and demented teddy bear’s, I was sold. I was PRE-SOLD!
Check out this video but be prepared for BEAR VIOLENCE!: Read the rest of this entry »
Platforms: Playstation Network and Xbox LIVE Arcade
Online: 2-24 players
Cost: 1200 MS points ($15)
Battlefield 1943, what a great game! For only $15 you get an amazing multiplayer game that almost never gets old. This is probably one of the only games that I have played longer than 72 hours. So if you are into first person shooters and like the Battlefield games, I highly suggest buying this game. Here are some things that make this game great.
- Three maps for conquest mode
- Two teams (US & Japan)
- Jeeps, planes, boats and tanks
- Up to 24 player games
- Air superiority mode
- Helpful tutorial
- Easy to pick up controls
What makes this different from other games? No camping, if you try to camp the building you’re in will most likely be blown into pieces. The maps are enormous, with brilliantly placed vehicles and sniper towers.
Let’s talk about vehicles. Jeeps hold three people and get you where you want fast. Tanks are extremely powerful and can destroy a jeep in one shot with it’s cannon. The tanks can hold two people. The planes can wipe out a tank with only one bomb although it’s extremly hard to master.
Now lets talk about the bombers. They are extremely powerful and can flatten a base. You start a bomb run by going into a certain bunker. After you enter the bunker you have control of three bombers that release their bombs simultaneously at your command. But enemy fighters and AA guns can destroy the fighters so be careful.
Overall the game is great except it has some major lag issues.
Unfortunately problems can happen when we play games, but what do you do? Well, Activision and Xbox do a great job of helping for all issues. But how can you contact them?
Lets start with Activision. If you have any problems with anything Activision you can easily contact them in these three ways.
If you have any problems or just want to know why somthing on Xbox is the way it is, you can contact them in these ways.
The people at Activision Support and Xbox Support are great and will help you with your problems. And guess what! They are REAL gamers! But if you want them to take you seriously, do the following.
- Don’t yell at them!
- Don’t ignore their suggestions
- Be kind
Follow all this and you will get your problem solved.
And it is coming very soon actually, as in this Thursday. Army of Two: The 40th Day is a squeal to EA’s first game in the series Army of Two. In the demo, players will be allowed to play the first level of the game, continuing the story about the two-man private military team of Salem and Rios. In the first level of the game, players will find themselves trapped in Shanghai as it falls under attack. Following the same gameplay as the first game in the series, players must work together with a partner (either coopertive online or with a computer player) to shoot their way through enemies and help each other survive through teamwork.
Army of Two: The 40th Day is set for release on January 13, but until then, be sure to check out the Xbox Live Marketplace for the demo. Also for more information about this upcoming game, be sure to check out the press release and/or the Army of Two: The 40th Day website!
Gamestop has now set a new record for most preordered game, and no, this time it was not a halo game. In fact it is Infinity Ward’s most hyped game, Modern Warefare 2. According to Tony Bartel, executive vice president for GameStop. “As of today, the number of pre-order reservations we’ve taken for the game is the highest for any title we’ve ever sold in our 6,200 store network.”
Modern Warefare 2 is Set to release next Tuesday I am sure it will be a busy day, with many stores opening to sell the game at midnight. I myself have not preordered the game but I am going to pick it up on Tuesday, there is no doubt about that. For more information, be sure to check out this article in USA Today.
Developed by: Ubisoft
Published by: Ubisoft
Platforms: Xbox360, PlayStation, Wii, Nintendo DS and PC
Players: 1-2, Co-op Mode
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