It's great that we are in the generation where demos are available on your consoles at the press of a button, because it serves to either hype us up for a soon-to-be released game, or find enough reasons to skip a title. Here are two recent demos that caught my attention.
I am horrible at keeping up with downloadable content [DLC] but thanks to the guys over at RunDLC and the GamesPress newswire a I usually hear about a few good things each week. This week however I got an interesting PR email in that nearly made me spit my coffee out onto my laptop.
YES! The Lego Universe beta is here!
What better fodder for an MMO than the most customizable blocks a child could ever have? If you've seen the trailer for Lego Universe, then you don't need to read this because you're already
If you've been keeping up with me on Twitter, then you saw my tweet on how to get the Heavy Rain demo early courtesy of a Kotaku post. Before I get into my thoughts on it, you'll need to know the demo is approximately 1.7gb. The codes were specific to EU/UK region so you need an account from said region. The following impression will contains spoilers, so continue reading at your own risk.
The games of the past didn’t strive for earth shattering graphics or a strong compelling story. Gamers from the past were two things: simple and enjoyable. This isn’t to say that games now aren’t enjoyable, but so much more gets put into a game these days that sometimes it’s hard to find the small pleasures in them.
Although this girl is pointing to somewhere in the desert of Saudi Arabia, the Sistahs weren't even close to there when recording this week's podcast. Instead, NinjaSistah was in the desert (Las Vegas), covering the Consumer Electronics Show, while Pandalicious
...everywhere you look, including here in the land of ESH. We finish out the year with the end of our holiday buying guide wrap up podcast episode and Loserly from Dead Pixel LiveIn this, the final episode of the