There will be more news to follow, but for now, all I can say is FTG is about to host a 24 hour gaming Marathon... they will tell us more as things move along, but for now click here to read about it from their own words.
I've been eager to take this one on since it's announcement, and now that Im currently playing Darksiders on the PS3, it was indeed time for a PC demo to try to wow me. Being a major fan of Mass Effect 1 and 2, I figured it had a good chance... I was at least half right.
What would you do if you had a deamon that could make you a god? What if you knew the horrifying price of such a thing? Jackie knows, and his story is laid out in this game. So how was it? Why don't you read and find out?
This weekend proved to be a real treat in the demo area. Without looking far, I was able to find not one, but two demos to draw my attention. But seeing as I am currently still playing on the PC, the Mass Effect 3 demo will just have to wait. Instead, we are here to talk about Binary Domain.
It happened today, folks... We have hit our 100th view.... and almost a week before the site has been around for a month. Not bad for a blog who's total advertising is my own facebook links. Thank you for visiting us and please, don't be afraid to return. This site is just warming up!
Once a week, I spend some time getting to know a new game via a demo download. Since Im currently playing The Darkness II on PC (expect the review to be here since FTG has it already covered) I went to the consoles to find a new game to check out. Both the Wii and the PS3 struck out this week, showing me nothing I had wanted to try. However, while scrolling through demos on the PSP for the first time in ages, I stumbled on this little (though pretty highly rated) RPG demo. I had downloaded it in the past, but I was short on time back then, so I didn't really get to actually try anything in the game. Seeing it now reminded me of this, so one download later, I was playing...
Before I begin talking about this game, I do need to give a disclaimer. I did not get very far in it, but then I've never been the greatest at dungeon management games. Still, I played for a few weeks, and I think I can give you an idea of what to expect. So please, if you have an interest in this game, have a listen. It might be worth hearing what you are in for.
On an impulse, last night, I went into the PSN store looking at demos. I didn't expect much (I tend to find new stuff on Tuesdays), but I saw the demo for Twisted Metal ready to go. Thinking fondly of the days gone by when my brothers and I would be with extended family playing Twisted Metal 2 on PSX Christmas morning, I decided to download it. Sadly, any impressions of goodwill from those old days were gone before I was even done training.