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  1. Hey, anypony still plays Ace Combat Infinity? I've just be able to play it a few weeks ago because my shitty internet in all those years didn't allowed me to play it, and as result, being late to the party. Still, I wanna know if there are still aces around to take a flight or two
  2. Want just a quick summary? Head to the Final Verdict for that and my rating! Uncharted 2: Among Thieves Platform: Playstation 3 Genre: Third person shooter/adventure Publisher/Developer: Sony/Naughty Dog ESRB: T Uncharted Drake's Fortune was a title that took many by surprise when it first released in 2008. It had charm, some interesting gameplay elements and very good graphics. It was a good title in a sea of not so good titles at the time for the PS3, even though I was not overly fond with this particular game. Uncharted ended up getting a sequel though in the following year and it quickly became one of my favorite video game experiences of all time. The first level in the entire game will set the tone for one of gaming's greatest adventures. Uncharted 2 has you playing as Nathan Drake (voiced by Nolan North), like the first game. He is a cocky, sarcastic, and witty treasure hunter that is an expert at breaking into places and being a smartass while doing it. In this game he (as well as a couple of partners) are trying to find the lost fleet of Marco Polo and the treasure that it hides. This begins an adventure of intrigue, deception, and an something truly astounding. Uncharted 2 is a third person shooter for starters and this aspect it far improved upon the first game. the controls and aiming are very good here and pulling off headshots is very satisfying. Taking cover is simple and switching and jumping over cover works like a breeze. It is a control scheme that is very easy to get into and it very often is satisfying to use, minus some very minor quirky moments. Then the game also features platforming and climbing. Drake must traverse through many different obstacles and deathtraps and this requires climbing, jumping, and more non-shooter aspects. Surprisingly, for the most part, this works just as well as the shooting mechanics. The platforming provides such a great diversity from the shooting and creates some of the most memorable moments of the game for me. The controls here work very well and like the third person shooting, it is easy to get into but also can be a little finicky at times. Uncharted 2 has one of the greatest first levels ever in gaming. The locales that Uncharted 2 will take you to is absolutely marvelous. Throughout the 26 or so chapters, you will be going to many different areas and each are so lushly detailed and unique from each other. These areas provide their own sets of challenges to overcome and they also have treasures to find. The sheer variety in the levels combined with the game's superb graphics and sound make for a surreal experience that feels very cinematic but also insanely immersive. As an example, one of my favorite levels in video game history is in this game and that level has no enemies whatsoever. Just pure atmosphere. This stage is one of my favorites in gaming history. Speaking of the graphics and sound, this game has some of the best I have ever seen. Even though the game came out over 5 years ago, it still holds up completely and will most likely continue to hold up for years to come. The graphical detail in the environments, the character models, the cutscenes, everything here feels polished down to every pixel and I cannot praise this enough. The sound design is equally wonderful with excellent music that fits the mood, fantastic sound design in each level, and excellent voice acting for every character that further makes you feel like you are in an amazing adventure film, only it is YOU that is experiencing it yourself. Naughty Dog stepped up the bar in almost every aspect with this game. The game also features multiplayer which was the first of this series. It was definitely a fun romp even if the balance is not always there and I found it to be a nice little bonus. You can unlock plenty of stuff as you play and it has a nice variety of modes. The multiplayer, while not perfect by any means, is a fun time waster and I see it as a bonus in the overall package. There is also a horde mode that is pretty standard but fun. Honestly, the only two complaints I have with this game are this, the generic enemies and lackluster weapons. While the weapons are definitely fun to use and there is some variety, they are all mostly standard fair from an AK to an RPG to a Grenade Launcher to others. They work just fine, but still, it is pretty standard fair but perhaps it works for the real world setting. The other thing is the generic enemies. These are mostly really bland mercenary types that purely exist for cannon fodder and none of them have any kind of personality of their own. One particular enemy, the armored shotgun brutes, they are the one enemy type that I consider to be frustrating as well. These little complaints just cannot take away from the overall experience though, it is that good. Final Verdict: /end gushing. Thank you so much for reading this week's Turbo Review! This is easily one of my favorite games of all time and I am glad I was able to share this with you. This game made me have a feeling of wonder and adventure that I rarely ever get from most types of media. Go out and give it a try if you have a PS3, it is quite cheap now. Until next week, Turbo out!
  3. The bad taste of Rise of Lyric is still lingering in my mouth. As such, I'm not feeling too good about Sonic as a whole. The future is looking extremely bleak for both him and SEGA. However, in an attempt to raise my spirits up, I thought I'd review this game. Today, we're going to look at one of the best 3D Sonic games ever crafted; Sonic Generations If you guys liked my ramblings, please go the extra mile and leave a like on the video. It really helps out
  4. Hey, is anyone here getting Little Big Planet 3? The game comes out tomorrow in the U.S. If anyone doesn't have a PS4, you can still get the game on PS3. Although the graphics, textures, detail and features from the Dualshock 4 controller won't be available. I have been excited for this game simce the summer. It has been nearly 4 years since Little Big Planet 2 came out. I'm really liking the new characters, new creation tools, Co-op and the amount of depth to the levels since It has 16 layers of planes now which will make level creating levels a lot more fun I like creating things, so i will be making Little Big Planet My Little Pony costumes for Fluttershy as well as the rest of the mane 6 and i will be making MLP games and levels There have been no reviews yet, but i will update when the scores come. Anyway what do you ponies think?
  5. In case if an one miss it, the PlayStation Experience is happening right now happened (on twitch).
  6. It's getting to the end of the year, which means I'll have about four reviews left to put out, and they are all game reviews. Today's review is one I didn't even see coming myself; Platinum Games' Bayonetta for the Wii U, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3. Please let me know what you think, and leave a like on the video if you enjoyed it! It really helps out.
  7. I bought a ps3 6 months ago to get into JRPG's from the console's release till now, I like action/turn based JRPG's but not so strategy RPG's. Can you recommend me some games?
  8. Batman: Arkham City, Stealth Inc.: A Clone in the Dark, Mercenary Kings, Velocity Ultra, PixelJunk Mosnters: Ultimate HD and Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse are available for PS+ as free games. Castle of Illusion comes with the game, the Sega Genesis orignal, and a dynamic theme as a free bundle. Batman: Arkham City comes with the automatic Catwoman bundle, but we all know about that game. Castle of Illusion is not that bad of a Disney game; it's a multi-scroller (side scrolling and other scrolling, so it's not side scrolling through the entire game) and it has an interesting plot. Any thoughts on COI or the lineup in general? I'm disappointed in PSVITA's lineup this month.
  9. I'm much happier with how this one turned out. Constructive criticism is open!
  10. (Warning: Intro is loud) Technically, I posted this last night, but due to some video screwups, I had to take it back and fix them. So, now, I'm releasing it for reals If you have any comments, express them. Did I do something wrong? If so, please tell me so I can improve upon it!
  11. Not sure how I feel about Uematsu doing the music but he has good potential to surprise me. Is it just me or is the cutesy artstyles something NIS is kinda attached to? Looks a lot like Eternal Sonata actually. Oh lookie here, another game from NIS. This one looks more like Masamune and Odin Sphere. I approve. Observation: That dragon thing looks like Groudon from Pokemon. Like...if that's NOT Groudon someone shoot me.
  12. Even though I'm a HUGE Sonic the Hedgehog fan, my opinions of certain games in the series change all the time. For example, Sonic Generations. Back when this game came out in late 2011, I was in the middle with it when it came to my overall opinion. But, after playing it again after two years, my opinion on the game has changed drastically. I couldn't believe how much this game harps on the nostalgia of previous titles. But, on top of that, I couldn't believe how well they did it. But, before I get into the game, I'll start by briefly talking about the story. Right off the bat, we see the younger Blue Blur, Classic Sonic, being dropped in an HD recreation of Green Hill Zone. After playing through this love letter to the fandom, Classic hears a loud, unsettling noise coming from the distance. He simply shrugs at the sound a few seconds later and continues running. But, that doesn't last for long when this ungodly monstrosity called the Time Eater enters the Green Hill Zone and sends Classic into a timeless void. Upon this, we're immediately transitioned to the present day, where Miles "Tails" Prower and (most of) Sonic's friends are planning a surprise party for the Blue Blur's birthday. For those that don't know, this game was released to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Sonic the Hedgehog. That's why this element is introduced into this game's plot. We then see the older version of the Blue Blur, Modern Sonic, enter the area and be surprised by his friends. As the party commences, the same monster from before enters Modern's time and begins kidnapping his friends. Sonic attempts to homing attack the Time Eater, but the monster simply smacks him unconscious, sending Modern into the same void that he sent Classic. From that point on, both Sonic's must race through their memories to restore the past and find out who exactly is behind the Time Eater. Alright, now that the story is out of the way, time for the game itself. The game has a total of nine zones for our two heroes to run in. Each zone contains two acts within each of them. Act one will always be played with Classic Sonic while Act two will always be played with Modern Sonic. The acts are designed to cater to each Sonic's specific abilities. For example, Classic's stages are more centered around platforming and spin dashing your way through the level in a full 2D environment. Modern's stages are like this, too, but his stages are much faster and he doesn't have the spin dash. However, that is replaced by the boost gauge, which Sonic has had since Sonic Unleashed and Sonic Colors, though it was taken away in the most recent title, Sonic Lost World. Now, let's talk about the zones themselves. Each zone is a recreation is a recreation of a certain level from a past game. For example, we have Green Hill Zone from Sonic 1, like I mentioned earlier. We also have recreations of zones like Chemical Plant from Sonic 2 and Sky Sanctuary from Sonic 3 & Knuckles. Each stage is remade beautifully in full HD graphics and each stage has a remix of their respective themes. I love the remix of Green Hill Zone for Modern Sonic, and I especially get a kick out of Classic Sonic's City Escape remix. There's also a power-up shop that you can go to where you can purchase things like the elemental shields from Sonic 3, boosts, and other things around those lines. You can purchase these items after you earn them by doing specific missions. Problem was, I could get through almost every stage without power-ups. Because of this, whenever I earned the special items through missions, I often forgot I earned these items to begin with. So, these power-ups are mostly just pieces of optional nostalgia. Another thing that bothers me is the final boss. The actual fight itself isn't that bad, and it's one that I think most players can enjoy without much of a problem. The issue is the background noise. If you've already played this game, I'm pretty sure you know what I'm talking about. While the two Sonic's are finishing off the time eater, everyone that you've rescued is talking to them on the other end, pointing out the painfully obvious homing shots and telling you what you must do. It gets annoying REALLY quickly, and whenever I replay this boss, I just turn down my TV just so I don't have to hear it. But, honestly, those two are nitpicks. The overall game itself is one of the best 3D/2D Sonic the Hedgehog games I've played in a long while. Like I said before, this game harps on nostalgia tremendously. But, I think the game is one of the best among titles that follow a similar concept, such as New Super Mario Bros. or Donkey Kong Country Returns. If you're a Sonic fan and if you haven't played this game yet, please, do whatever you can to get it. It may be the end of the generation, but this game will hold up for a long time. (But, don't get the 3DS version. That version is terrible ) Overall Game Grade: A Next Review: Shadow the Hedgehog
  13. There have been many great consoles no doubt. Though you can't have a great console without a good controller! I've played all different systems and have had the opportunity to play a different system at a friend's house So many controllers.... I'm only to going to share the ones I felt like I personally wanted to discuss. My favorite controller would have to be the Gamecube controller, it's kind of close to the 360 controller model which is also another great controller, but it falls under the Gamecube controller. The layout of the controller is well designed and it had that ergonomic feel when you play. There has never been a time where the Gamecube controller had ever been any problem. I'm just one of those people who can settle down with just a regular controller and just play. I don't necessarily need anything out of the box to keep me a consumer. I like gaming with just an average controller and that's what the Gamecube was for me. Another, controller that some people have probably heard or not heard of is the the Oculus Rift! Which are still being developed by the team and have made great progress in getting to their goal. They're a controller for PC and Android users. This has been one of the biggest innovative steps into making the player truly feel like they're in the game. It has a lot of promise with being a great success on Kickstarter. I'm sure a lot of people have high hopes and are more than excited to actually get their hands on this. I'm a little curious myself, I might even buy one. With all these added features to future controllers you can't just dream what they might come up with next. Virtual reality being the last step. I wouldn't be surprised if big console names start to advance their own controller technology and match competitors So, no gamer doesn't have a preferred method of what and how they want to play.Even though, it's a great step into virtual reality gaming.... I still like my playing like older controllers. : ) What's the most comfortable/favorite gaming controller in your opinion? Here's a list of many controllers that you may want to talk about about. Note - WORST CONTROLLER
  14. Gamer Twilight would like to know: What is your favourite game or games for the original PlayStation? Details are always fun
  15. Can anyone recommend any good RPG's for the original PSP (ie not vita)? Preferably not anime/manga in art style, and not fantasy.
  16. If this isn't the right place to post this please let me know where I can. If I am not allowed to use the forums to show others of my work please let me know also. Thanks So I was bored one day and thought what would happen If i mixed audio clips from Applebloom to some random Black Ops gameplay. The idea mainly came from the picture of "Call of Cutie: Blank Ops". So I decided to make a video trying out the idea, I really liked it and decided to do some more, let me know If you liked it and what you think would be good next.
  17. Anyone want to play Zombies? I will probably been on, so send me a friend request and we can start a game. PSN: HeLlZrEtRiVeR
  18. So I got to wondering: What types of games do most bronies play? I'm aware that the opinions of everypony are different and I, as well as everypony else, should accept that. I personally play on the Nintendo Wii U as well as PC gaming (to an extent... my computer is a crap wad). In addition to owning a Wii U, I own an original Xbox, Playstation 1 & 2, and all Nintendo systems [NES - Wii U]. The games I'm interested are games like Black Ops II, Mario Kart, and Super Smash Bros. If you play on a Wii U, feel free to tell me your Nintendo ID! I hope we can avoid a flame war... I thought after the Wii got replaced, the "console war" would die down.
  19. (Sorry, I didn't really know where to put this ar first. That's why it's also in the Everfree. Hope I don't get kicked...) What do you think about this: I start an ironman classic game that YOU help influence. You'll get the experience of a council member, only getting the important stuff. After every mission, you will a full update on what has happened since the last. Panic levels will be available to you at all times to help decide where to put sattelites and what abductions to stop. At the end of every month, I will give you a full report so you can give me your OWN grade. So, what do you say? I can't start the project without YOUR input.
  20. What do you think about this: I start an ironman classic game that YOU help influence. You'll get the experience of a council member, only getting the important stuff. After every mission, you will a full update on what has happened since the last. Panic levels will be available to you at all times to help decide where to put sattelites and what abductions to stop. At the end of every month, I will give you a full report so you can give me your OWN grade. So, what do you say? I can't start the project without YOUR funding.
  21. Well folks Sony has decided to repay it's customers many of whom including myself own some used games by giving us an outstretched middle finger. They did so by filing a patent to block used games from being played by assigning games to a particular system. And while we are still talking about Sony being stupid in other news Sony's CEO has an interesting new hobby of hitting beehives with a stick when asked why he could not be reached for comment. If Sony implements this foolhardy policy this gamer will not buy the Playstation 4 and no longer be giving Sony anymore of his business.
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    Gaming Skullgirls

    Release Date: April 10 - PSN April 11 - Xbox Live So, who else is excited for this upcoming fighter? I'm loving the art style, soundtrack, and playability Skullgirls looks to offer. It's a unique pick in today's fighting genre market. Compared to other fighting games that boast huge rosters of 30+ characters, Skullgirls offers only eight (from what I've heard and seen). Instead of having characters with moves and techniques based off of another's, the characters in Skullgirls are all independent and unique. (This really makes me want to master everyone!) Not to mention, they're all very pretty pixels! Peacock is my favorite. It was made by gamers, for gamers. I'm excited that it's finally approaching a scheduled release date, and I can't wait to get some hands-on action with the game. How about you guys?
  23. This game looks pretty awesome. Its an open world rpg with some amazing looking boss fights, there's all kinds of giant monsters and you can fight them in a bunch of different ways. Shooting their weak points, knocking them down and hacking at them, burning them, climbing them. You get an npc party of 'pawns' which you can share online with other players. They bring back loot and advice on quests and enemies based on what adventures they had with other people. This video explains it far better than I can. What do you guys think of it?