Ahoy loyal readers! Final Fantasy XIII-2 has been out for some time now, and I have risked my time playing through the main story and most of the side quests. Yes... you read that right! Side quests have made their return!
Could it be...? An interesting story, too!? In order to find out all the good and bad points of this direct sequel, (the fourth for the franchise if you count FFIV: After Years, FFX-2, and FFXII: Revenant Wings), press forward and read to your hearts' content!
Since the release of the first trailer for the now-canceled game Capcom Fighting All-Stars, Poison has been one of those characters that Capcom fighting fans have been pretty much begging to have put in a fighting game since.
If you've been following gaming recently, you probably noticed that EA's classic SSX has made its proper return. Players get to play as an older Elise, Mac, and Moby ( As well as some new faces) to take down the the young boarder Griff, who's looking for some revenge on the SSX crew for treating him like crap during the events of SSX3 and onward.
The question is this: Should EA expand the SSX universe?
Ninjas hold a very respectable place within the video game industry. The mysterious lore, the awesome weaponry, and the big demonic foes that typically reside within their universe make ninjas a staple for game design. But for every great shuriken slinger and wall runner, there is a useless shadow stumbler just itching to be forgotten by time.
So I went ahead and gathered a list of 10 awesome video game ninjas, and their not-so-awesome counterparts.
It's no secret that Mr. Grimm is my all time favorite Twisted Metal character. I mean, my online moniker has Been GrimmTrixX for quite some time, thanks to him. Once upon a time, I was even known as MrGrimm97 on America On-Line. Remember AOL? Yeah, me neither. Guess where I thought of that? Twisted Metal.
But as the years went on, I evolved into the man I am now, GrimmTrixX, and have loved every second of it. Mr Grimm is the most dangerous and badass character in the entire Twisted Metal universe and if you don't agree, well then... you're a communist...
For years, fans have clamored to have Final Fantasy VII on the current generation of consoles. Even when the Playstation 2 was around everyone wanted the game done for that system with the best graphics (obviously) available. Now, in the current life cycle of consoles, fans would like to see the game on Playstation 3 or Xbox 360. This would not be so bad, except for the fact that Square-Enix made a teaser trailer for the Playstation 3 at its launch showing the original introduction to FFVII. This begs the question....why doesn't Square-Enix just go ahead and remake the infamous game? Considering how popular FFVII still is, even though it was released in the United States on the original Playstation way back on September 7th, 1997, I will look into the reasons as to why, and why it should not, be redone with today's technology. Get ready Glitchy Tasty readers, because here we go!
Last month at E3, Irrational Games and 2K completely blew us all away with the behind-closed-doors presentation of Bioshock Infinite (read our impressions here). Everything in the game, from the amazing art style to the unbelievably scary Songbird character, just left everyone with their jaws unhinged.
Now, you too can become snakelike in amazement! on GTTV last night, Ken Levine revealed the demo to the public for the first time. Of course, Gametrailers eventually put it up on their site, and of course, we've embedded it here. Read on to watch the wondrous BioShock Infinite E3 2011 demonstration.
When one thinks about video games, we often look towards the future. After playing the first God of War, we wondered, "what's next for Kratos?" After defeating the Covenant in Halo: Combat Evolved, we imagined what adventures Master Chief would move on to next. Sequels are what make a game become more than just something fun to play. Sequels give life to a storyline. They create a series of new characters, returning old characters, new abilities, a new enemy, and even sometimes a new protagonist.
Well, here I honor 10 games who are in dire need of a sequel. Some to further the already amazing story, and some to fill in the cliffhanger ending of their first and only game. Do you agree with any of them? Read on and see what sequels I am hopeful for in the near future.
Days after the initial launch of Grant Theft Auto: Online, the innovative new mode is finally stable enough to let GlitchyTasty.com's Jayce, Ryan, and Manny have some online multiplayer madness. However, some glitches are still present...
SO I booted up GTA IV on PC today... and totally forgot I modified the friction values for several things. Fun times were had by all (except by the pedestrians).
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