When you want to have some fun outdoors with your friends, playing paintball sounds like a great idea. Now take that, and add throwing smoke grenades. Now, image the location being a snowy Canadian forest. Sounds awesome, right? Sure, but AlabasterSlim and his group of buddies didn’t stop there. They went the extra mile, dressed up as characters from The Division, added some of the user … Continue reading Watch this Competitive Paintball Match edited to look like ‘The Division…”
For the uninitiated, “Supreme Warrior” was an awful fighting game that took place in a first-person perspective that was released on the Sega CD (or Sega Mega CD), 3DO and the Sega 32X-CD (oh, sweet lord; that was a THING…) in 1994 and 1995. The less said about that game the better.
Anyway, YouTubers SoKrispyMedia show us why Super Smash Bros. with a VR headset in first person view would be an interesting experience, but considering the multiple fighters and varied levels (with many and sometime moving platforms) this could make the game problematic and difficult to play. Continue reading “First-Person ‘Super Smash Bros.’ Is a Weirdly-Awesome Version of ‘Supreme Warrior’…”
If you ever wanted to watch a two-hour analysis of the entire Call of Duty series, then I have great news for you! Critic Noah Caldwell-Gervais assembled an exhaustive, chronological critique of every main Call of Duty game to be released on PC. Give it a watch; I’m sure you’ll enjoy the crap out of it like I did. Continue reading Here’s an Excellent Two-Hour Critique of the ‘Call of Duty’ series…
Last year’s “The Walking Dead” adventure game from Telltale Games was one of the best games from 2012; it even won Game of the Year from the Spike Video Game Awards and from several other gaming news outlets. It seems like the comic book series, the AMC television show, and the video game have shown that the franchise can product top quality licensed products….until this. Because it’s always just a matter of time for someone to shamelessly milk the license for all it’s worth with little effort and respect for the intellectual property, ENTER: ACTIVISION and TERMINAL REALITY’s “The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct” first-person shooter. Continue reading “Activision To Ship the Not-Ready-For-Primetime “The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct” in March”