Monthly Archives: April 2011

Mortal Kombat’s Krypt Walkthrough

Mortal Kombat is finally here, and here’s a quick list of where to find the fatalities and costumes in the Krypt. I’d personally recommend using your hard earned coins to purchase the fatalities, as the costumes are also unlockable by beating arcade. The Krypt is split into four different areas. There’s the Deadlands, Bloodmarsh, Meadow of Despair, and the Hollow of Infestation. While in the Krypt, just scroll to the associated number to purchase the object of your liking. For example, Jade’s second fatality is in the Deadlands at “DL 5”. In the list below, you’ll see just the number you need to scroll to. Happy hunting!

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EA Sports plans on subscription based content. Expect others to follow…

Can you believe this crap?

Just a short “Tweet” blog. Don’t buy into this stuff. NOT buying stuff does make a difference. If you’re tired of pay-to-play single player games, DRM, and all the other bullcrap that goes into gaming these days, don’t buy their games. And mean it, too. I really hope this industry crashes soon. We need to start over. Back when games were more “kids toys” and we didn’t have so many casual monkeys trying to run the scene, gaming was great. 1998, for the win! If I’d have thought gaming would turn into a greed fest, I’d have never got into it. Heck, probably would have been a successful something if it weren’t for Nintendo’s evil, soul-sucking gems.

Another stupid thing, while I’m on the subject, is the strategy guides. Do you people really buy them? I’ve even seen “Collector’s Editions” of strategy guide. The last guide I bought was GTA 4, and it was just so I could read the guide at work. But c’mon. A collector’s edition guide of a game you’re not going to play in a month? You people need to really wake up to some basic economics.

Review: Portal 2

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Review: Pokémon Black/White

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LittleBigPlanet 2 recreates Super Mario Land.

What can’t LittleBigPlanet 2 do?

‘Streets of Rage Remake’ features 103-levels. Epicness. *UPDATE*

*Update* Sega apparently doesn’t like fan made products, so here’s a few download links for the game. Let me know if they work! Part 1, Part 2

Want a free game to play this weekend? Or next week? Or month? Well, Bomber Games has put together one of the best old video games into modern times while keeping it old school. Streets of Rage Remake (which can be downloaded here) is a 218MB Windows game that is incredibly awesome. Want some video footage before trying? Watch the video below!

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