You might have noticed today, that Geoff and I have been ahving some subtle fun with our header images. We’ve been playing a game of hiding famous horror movie icons and killers in those images, with some of you spotting our more overt attempts rather easily. There’s still a bunch that you haven’t seen though. Which led to various high fives in the office.
I absolutely adored Sleeping Dogs on the old generation consoles. It was a unique take on the sandbox genre and offered hours of fun in a setting that hasn’t been overdone by every video game before it. Square Enix has released it again for the new generation of consoles, with visual upgrades and all the DLC. So, is it worth revisiting?
I’m pretty much too excited to be spending way too much time in Pokémon yet again. My favouritest generation, re-imagined for the Nintendo 3DS. You’ve heard me mention this before, no doubt. Well tough sh*t, because today will be no different and I will tie you down and make you listen to my love for digital pocket monsters. While the core gameplay has remained the same, the visuals of Pokémon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby are something else entirely. See for yourself after the jump.
At some embargoed events, they will actually take away people's phones to ensure that they don't record what transpires. Someone obviously forgot to do that at a Final Fantasy XV demo session, leading to this leaked video.
Depending on who you ask, Sony is either giving the Xbox One a mild sales beating, or wholly destroying it. Right now, it’s the indisputable champion in the realm of console sales. According to Sony’s latest financial reports, the company has sold 3.3 million PlayStation 4 units in the last quarter alone.
The first wave of DLC is going to come crashing down on Mordor later this year. The Season Pass didn't win me over when we first heard about it, but now there's a trailer and more details - plus I loved the game. So has the DLC impressed me yet? Um, not really.
By now, you’ll have realised that Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is a worthy inbetweener game until Borderlands 3 finally gets confirmed. It’s more of the same really, but there ain’t nothing wrong with that. And much like Borderlands 2, The Pre-Sequel is going to be rolling out DLC and seasonal events. And the first such event kicks off, well, a couple of hours ago actually.
Oh man, remember Return to Oz and the Pumpkinhead guy? Well, we've been missing our daily dose of veggies today. Cabbagehead number one is away on a top secret mission while Cabbagehead number two is busy learning how to make us new toys. It feels like the old days around here, with Geoff and Darryn playing with photoshop without me. At least it's Friday, and Halloween, at last!