Here’s Chapter 1, part 2 of my Portal 2 Walk-through. In the comments let me know what other walk-throughs you would like to see. Thanks and enjoy!
Category Archives: PS3/PSP
The demo for the newest iteration of SSX is now on PSN and XBOX Live and it is bigger and better than ever.
SSX (2012) is the first SSX game since its Wii iteration, SSX Blur. With so few snowboarding games in the past years, SSX has come back to take the throne. Judging by the demo, they should have no problem carving up the snowboarding genre.
After the 3DS launched to a shaky start, everyone feared that iOS and Android devices were going to steal the relatively large mobile market. After a mere five months Nintendo was forced to slash the price of the handheld to $170, which gave the device a huge sales boost. Thus proving the market does still exist, although it may be considerably smaller than in previous years. So why do I find it hard to believe the Vita can’t take its fair share of the market? Simply because there are far too many barriers to enjoy the Vita and Sony still can’t market their devices.
I’m going to be making a walkthrough for Portal 2. This is part 1 of chapter 1. The video was too long so it had to be broken down into three parts. I’ll post the other 2 as soon as they are done rendering. Enjoy!
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All around you, the world has been taken to its knees. All you see is blood and fire, everywhere. You hear the groans of what sounds to be an injured man. You walk, slowly, only to find hoards of reanimated corpses. Instead of sneaking away, you pull out all the firepower you can muster and start gunning down everything. As the guns pound away, the blood begins to paint the floor. To the few who have made it close, you pull out a knife and cut their heads clean off. After every corpse falls back to the ground, again, you realize you are no different than these abominations. You are a soldier, a murderer, when in your past life you were just a simple, moral-driven human.
– A review of Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception single player campaign.
- Locations: Every location is more stunning than the last
- Set-pieces: Bigger and better
- Animation: The fluidness of Drake pulls you into the action
- Characters: the characters should have been explored in greater detail
- The puzzles: The ones that were there were exciting, but they were too few and far between for my liking
- Gun-play and the amount of it: To be honest it is quite exhausting. There is little time to explore your surroundings as shells are often flying past your head