I'll admit that I have the biggest soft spot for arcade and kart racers. The likes of Mario Kart, Hydro Thunder, and Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine have constantly placed a big grin on my face every time I
Why This Game? I would be lying if I didn't say that this one wasn't personal. Resident Evil is one of my favorite series and I can confidently say that this latest entry is one of the best yet. Resident Evil
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Aside from being a pretty rad multiplayer game, Rocket League is easy to pick up and play, but difficult to master. When I started, I really had no intention of attempting to get the platinum trophy. After spending some time with it however, I noticed that many of the trophies had popped in just normal play, so I decided to put forth the extra effort and grab the coveted top-ranking trophy to commemorate my fun times with the car-based soccer game.
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I had been pretty pumped for No Man's Sky ever since its debut trailer first aired at the 2013 VGX awards. When the game finally landed in my hands, it had been paired down to a bit more realistic product for a small indie team to be making, but I remained excited to play. Frankly, I think the game has received a bit more flak than it deserves, but that's a topic for another day. The trophy breakdown for No Man's Sky involved earning what are called milestones for performing various actions you would normally do in the game. Thus, I figured, earning the platinum is akin to completing the game, since it doesn't really have a concrete ending. Paired with both this idea and my enthusiasm for the game, I set out to get this platinum trophy.
If the Sniper Elite series has taught me one thing, it's the art of patience. Unlike the fast-paced series that Activision and EA Games push out annually, Rebellion's war-shooter is all about asserting your target and concentrating on the kill.
I lived and breathed Double Dragon when I was a kid. Whether it was playing the video games, watching the Sunday morning syndicated cartoon, or even having my babysitter pay his hard-earned money to see that live-action piece of garbage
Imagine if Wreck-It Ralph was directed by Stanley Kubrick. Instead of a happy-go-lucky adventure filled with some dark undertones, you're treated to a violent in-your-face bloodbath with even darker metaphors. That's exactly what Super Awesome Hyper Dimensional Mega Team (or