Monthly Archives: February 2011
This is simply amazing. I’ve already seen several cool things that the LittleBigPlanet 2 creation tools can create (like scenes from movies), but my goodness, a recreation of one of the best casual games?! I really want to see how well the community puts stuff together when we get our first mini-expansion for the title.
Don’t say a hacker never did anything for you. Hackers, Global-Trace and Krissan Thyme, have discovered something pretty neat on the disc of Marvel vs Capcom 3. Frank West from Dead Rising, and Doctor Octopus will be possible unlockable characters. Cool, huh?
Here’s some photo leakage:
Another trailer from the soon-to-be-released, Mortal Kombat 9! This time featuring the long time veteran, Liu Kang.
Here’s the official link, but I’m going to copy & paste this for people that are too lazy to click the link.
1. Remote racing between friends to level up drivers
You can now set your personal AI drivers from B Spec mode in the game to be shared online for other players to challenge, and you can also host fully automated B Spec races (Remote races) that will earn your driver rewards and experience points. When you set up these races, you can either watch the race in real time, or save it to watch later. If you’re not familiar with B Spec mode, it allows players to create AI drivers that you can coach and manage. They race real races in the game, and you can take the drivers through the full GT career mode. These new Remote races are driven completely by AI Drivers, competing against each other, and the player does not have to drive the car themselves. This is a unique racing strategy simulation mode of Gran Turismo that allows you to enjoy races as you would in a live race broadcast on TV.
No, this isn’t a Borderlands/Fallout rip-off. This is The Wastelands. Get it straight! Anyway, id Tech Engine 5 is just another reason id Software is amazing. I have high hopes for this game, given DOOM and Quake are industry grandfathers.
The new heroes are here to kick butt and take names, and after a decade of wondering if this game would ever come into being, Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is finally here. If you’ve never played the series before, let me just inform you this is not your typical fighting game. This is more of an action fighting game, in the sense that the first few matches are going to be chaotic looking. There’s characters popping in and out of the screen. There’s combos popping up all over the screen. Before you know it, you’re dead without even getting a hit in. But with much practice comes great benefits.
It’s another week and another free game that PlayStation Plus users are getting for being members. Next PlayStation Store update will host Double Fine‘s newest creation, Stacking, which will be completely free to Plus subscribers. If you’ve never taken a trip inside the mind of Tim Schafer, then prepare for a hilarious and thought-provoking title.