Part 9 of my playthrough of Alice: Madness Returns for the PC via Origin. Recorded in 720p at 60FPS. We continue through Smelling & Regurgitating, traveling up a tall air vent shaft until we find the Dormouse! Continue reading “Colorwind Beats ► Alice: Madness Returns | Episode 9 “So Dark!””
Part 8 of my playthrough of Alice: Madness Returns for the PC via Origin. Recorded in 720p at 60 frames per second. We venture into the next area of the Hatter’s Domain, where the Dormouse has taken over.
I didn’t grow up with the Transformers. I didn’t watch any of the cartoons, I didn’t get any of the toys, and I am not interested in the recent movies. So I don’t have any knowledge of the storyline or any connection with the various characters. Despite this, I had a blast playing Transformers: Devastation because it doesn’t require you to know this universe to have fun. If anything, it’s a great introduction to the series that is liable to motivate people to look for more. It succeeds in being a great representation of the franchise while also succeeding purely on its own merits simply because it’s just so much fun.
Na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na, BATMAN! Who doesn’t know the Caped Crusader? The World’s Greatest Detective? The Dark Knight? Batman is arguably the most popular and well known superhero in the civilized world. With various comic books, toys, TV shows, and of course, movies, it was obvious that the character would make its way into the realm of video games. Some of them are pretty good, such as Batman: The Videogame, Batman Returns, and LEGO Batman. However, most of them are terrible, such as Batman Forever, Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker and Batman Vengeance. So expectations were not high for Batman: Arkham Asylum when it was announced. Thankfully, not only does Arkham Asylum surpass expectations, it reinvents them.
Two days ago, as I’m checking my twitter feed, the Sonic the Hedgehog account posts that Sonic Lost World will be coming to the PC. This stopped me in my tracks as I exclaimed “WHAT!?”