- Vehicular Combat
- Developed by Eat Sleep Play, SCE Santa Monica Studios
- Published by Sony Computer Entertainment
- Available on PlayStation 3 [played]
- Released on 2012-02-14 (PS3)
The original Twisted Metal gave birth to the vehicular combat genre. A wacky yet dark cast of characters would do battle on the streets of Los Angeles with cars equipped with missiles, machine guns and more for a chance to meet the enigmatic Calypso, who would grant them one wish, no matter how extravagant or impossible. It was a wonderfully fast paced and destructive experience that I loved and with six sequels already under its belt, the series has now gotten a reboot with a new story and a new faction concept. While the concept and mechanics that made the series successful are still engaging and exhilarating to play, some of the new ideas unfortunately fall flat.
Continue reading “Colorwind Reviews Twisted Metal (2012)–Your Wish is Granted.”
This is going to be a short post because I only have something to say on one aspect of the game this time. Continue reading “Borderlands 3rd Impressions”
Two weeks ago, I wrote a blog discussing my issues with the Legend of Zelda series. I said that while I really liked A Link Between Worlds, I found Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, and even Ocarina of Time (which I completed and enjoyed) to ultimately be devoid of interesting things to do. I got a lot of comments telling me that I was being too harsh on these games, specifically The Wind Waker. So I decided to give it another try. Wind Waker was the game I focused on the most in my argument and I wasn’t sure how I would feel about coming back to it for what would be the fourth or fifth time.
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HD remasters and re-releases are all the rage in video games right now. Remember Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando? You can play that game on your PS3 in HD now. You don’t need the original PS2 version. How about Golden Axe? You can get that and a bunch of other awesome games from the Sega Genesis on the Sonic’s Ultimate Genesis Collection? What about Final Fantasy IV? FOOL! You can get that on your phone or on the computer, with extra content and brand new graphics! Hell, they’re re-releasing games on the new consoles that are only a couple of years old. Sleeping Dogs is coming to the PS4 and X1 next week. So pretty much any game that you like from the past you can now play on the current generation of consoles, right? WRONG! Despite the video game industry’s best efforts, there are still great games that have yet to be ported even once! For that reason, here are 5ive Games That Have Never Been Ported.
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I did not grow up with The Legend of Zelda. Blame my local rental stores who never had it available. I grew up on the SNES and I played Super Mario World, Donkey Kong Country, and other Nintendo classics. However, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past was never around. The first Zelda game I played was Ocarina of Time and at first I didn’t like it. The lack of a jump button really bothered me. However, several years later, I tried the original on the NES via an emulator and loved it. So I went back and tried Ocarina of Time again and enjoyed it. However, I never thought it was an amazing game.
Continue reading “Discussing: The Legend of Zelda and The Loss of Wonderment”