DmC: Devil May Cry may be one of the most polarizing games I’ve ever encountered for as long as I’ve been tracking this industry. Not because of a drastic change in gameplay or a disappointing ending. No, it’s all because Dante changed his hair, looks more gaunt and skinny, and he’s younger. I guess I missed it when gamers on the internet turned into Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn. Ninja Theory, make it work.
On this edition of Colorwind Plays, I give you a taste of the latest Devil May Cry game on the PC, DmC: Devil May Cry. Watch Dante shoot, slice and juggle demons while continuing not to have white hair. Continue reading “Colorwind Plays ► DmC: Devil May Cry (PC)”
The beginning of the new year means a fresh start to do something for yourself. Gamers will usually resolve to stop doing some bad habit they have that effects their video gaming. Continue reading “My Gaming New Years Resolution 2013 (part 2)”
So DmC: Devil May Cry is out and as the first big release of the year, I decided to try out the demo. I’ve been partially keeping an eye on this game for three reasons. First off, I’m a fan of developer Ninja Theory. I was a fan of Heavenly Sword and was one of the few games I bought for the PlayStation 3 when I first owned it. Although it was essentially a God of War clone, it was a well made clone that did manage to have an interesting protagonist and a tone of its own. Despite Heavenly Sword not doing well, Nariko is still a well loved character and you’ll see cosplay of her all over the net. Although I didn’t play Enslaved, DmC: Devil May Cry is an action title similar to Heavenly Sword so I was intrigued. Which brings me to my second point.
The beginning of the new year means a fresh start to do something for yourself. Gamers will usually resolve to stop doing some bad habit they have that effects their video gaming. Continue reading “My Gaming New Years Resolution 2013 (part 1)”
Wouldn’t it be cool if Electronic Arts released a collection of games they made for the Sega Genesis? The early 90s was one of the most creative periods for EA and they certainly weren’t the evil mega publisher they are today. The made some hardcore and weird games during this time and I would love to see a collection of them all in one place. If they were to assemble a bunch of games for this, here’s what I think should be in that compilation: Continue reading “Game Pitch: EA Genesis Collection”
Part 1 of my playthrough of Haunting Starring Polterguy for the Sega Genesis via the Kega Fusion emulator. This was the prototype for my Colorwind Beats show. Can I scare the entire family out of the house? Watch and find out. Continue reading “Colorwind Beats ► Haunting Starring Polterguy (Genesis) | Episode 1 “Pilot””
2013 is here and many people are attempting to predict what the year will hold for us gamers. That sounds like a good idea so I will do the same. Just for fun, some of my predictions will be serious while others will be in jest. See if you can spot which is which!
- Microsoft will show the Next Xbox at E3 and will be released in November of this year.
- Sony will show the PlayStation 4 at E3 and will not be released it until holiday of 2014.
- The Behemoth’s new game, Battle Block Theatre, is finally released.
- THQ goes completely under and all of their assets are sold.
- Warner Bros buys Vigil Games and announces Darksiders III.
- The Wii U’s library comprises mostly of ports of games and struggles with lower than expected sales.
- The Nintendo eShop will continue to release inventive titles for both the Wii U and 3DS.
- Call of Duty Modern Warfare 4 will be released but will fail to surpass the sales record Black Ops 2 set. It will still make a little over 400 million dollars at launch.
- After the lukewarm reception to Assassin’s Creed Revelations and III, there will be no Assassin’s Creed title this year.
- Electronic Arts will give up on the NBA Live / Elite series and instead will release a new NBA Jam or Street title.
- Electronic Arts will release Battlefield: Bad Company 3 this year and will give the option to purchase only the multiplayer online for $20.
- Remember Me will be a surprise hit for Capcom but will receive some questionable DLC.
- There will be no word on Tekken X Street Fighter.
- Konami will finally announce a new Contra game…as a downloadable title.
- Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn will struggle to find an audience and go free to play.
- Downloadable titles will grow in popularity and will more or less be just as prevalent as retail games.
- Dead Space 3, The Last of Us and BioShock Infinite will all disappoint critically.
- Sega will continue to release retro releases and will gain back some financial ground.
- Capcom will release a Street Fighter Alpha 1 and 2 collection and announce a HD remake of the third game.
- Sony will stop supporting the PlayStation Move.
What are your predictions? Leave a comment and let me know!
I’ve been playing a lot of games as of late. Christmas was good to me as you can see by my two previous entries and I even managed to get Sleeping Dogs, and RAGE during the last day of the Steam sale and Red Dead Redemption for $20 at Walmart. However, the side effect of all that is I haven’t been able to focus on many of them, if at all. However, there are two games I have managed to stay with among the mountain of games I have to play.