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Yup, we received a free controller to review thanks to Brook Games and I just wanted to get that out the way for reasons that people may feel deceived. All right with that being said let’s talk gaming and let’s talk about the tools we use to perform such amazing god-like skills. I have said for years that it is not the controller but the user behind the controller that sets the bar between newb and hardcore gamer. It all comes down to all these different controllers that claim to offer precision inputs and enhances your performance. A few gamers shared the same thought that I did when I was younger, because instead of something that enhances you why not a controller that can be played on all systems like a universal remote? We getting there folks.
Check out our review of The Evil Within and DLC.
What’s up everybody! ShadowJin here and we’re diving into the mad mind of Bethesda’s The Evil Within 2! The first Evil Within definitely was a big surprise hit for me when it came out in 2014. The Evil Within series is directed by Shinji Mikami who is well known for directing the original Resident Evil, Resident Evil remake and Resident Evil 4. If anyone knows how to make a good horror game it’s definitely this guy for sure! For those who have never played the first one, you might feel a bit left out. There’s tons of mind games being played on you, very little ammo, and horrors waiting for you behind every corner. Good Sebastian Castellanos is back and this time it’s a little more personal. This sequel takes place 3 years after the events that happened in Beacon. Sebastian is haunted by what happened at Beacon, his wife has disappeared and he’s still mourning the death of his Daughter. Okay so I’m just going, to be honest here… My homie Sebastian is dealing with a lot and I can’t blame him. Unfortunately, Sebastian is about to have his world flipped upside down yet again when he finds out some revealing news about his daughter. Now I’m not going to spoil the plot but, it’s actually pretty damn good. That’s all I going to say about it.
Let’s set the scene, you are playing a professional game with your buddies and then suddenly the stadium starts to shake. An earthquake is happening and you are scrambling to get to safety only until you are suddenly surrounded by sludge that splashes on you. Not the best way to start a Monday, but what comes next is what can be considered as a new evolution as you are transformed into a powerful mutant! Not only that it seems we have Aliens, Orcs, and the Undead even all here to play…Football? Eh, that sounds like an awesome time to me. Welcome fans to a new era of Football in Mutant Football League which is a remake and a return of the famed series.
What’s up everybody! It’s ShadowJin here and today I want to talk to you about my thoughts on the new Marvel vs Capcom game. Now I know some of you may be thinking ” Didn’t that come out last week?” The reason why I decided to take my time to review this game is because there’s a lot of negativity around it due the roster and the art style of the game. I can completely understand that because, I’m a big fan of the series but, even I was nervous about this game coming out. I myself wanted to see newer characters as well as characters that have not been used in a long time. Asura *cough cough*. Instead, they used a ton of characters from Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3. Not many people were happy with that, including me. The art style of the game has also thrown people off. Anyone who saw the trailer that hyped the demo can definitely agree that characters like Chun Li and Dante looked terrible. There were even comments about the game looking more like a mobile game. Big question is whether or not it’s a complete disaster.
What do you see in front of your fist? It is a question that dawned on me in my youth or from an old animated movie. There was another thing taught to me when I entered martial arts, “Know the enemy in the mirror!” Meaning that no other opponent will be tougher than the one you face every day in a reflection. The best thing about entering Absolver is being chosen and given a mask that hides what I consider your soul as a faceless warrior. Showing no emotion, no fear, and no sorrow only your martial skill in an open world full of other warriors geared to be the best. Are you ready to see your fate beyond what is in front of your fist?
I always wondered what kind of person I would be if the world were to go to crap and become a wasteland? Would I try to fix it, co-exist with it or become something else in other to survive? Hopefully, that will never come to light, but for our hero, she has a particular mission that you the gamer will have to help her accomplish.
What’s up, Ladies and Gentlemen. It’s ShadowJin back again and this time I want to do a little bit of a follow-up on the DLC characters in the first of three packs to come out for Injustice 2. The first pack of fighters contains Red Hood, Sub-Zero from Mortal Kombat and as well as Starfire. Each of these characters are really fun to play with and add some new ways to deal with opponents. The first one to come out was Red Hood who has his twin pistols blazing, the second is none other than the deadly Lin Kuei Master Sub-Zero and, last but not least following his release is the lovely fellow Teen Titan, Starfire. The gear for these characters is pretty cool. Some of the shaders are sweet Easter egg nods to other characters. Oh, and I forgot to mention that the intros are definitely worth watching! The first character I’m going to talk about is Red Hood.
Self proclaimed nerd, gamer, husband, and father of a beautiful son and daughter. Collector of all things ranging from gaming to Disney to Harry Potter to Star Wars and comics. More than anything I love to have a good time and save people time and money by giving my honest opinion and a fair review of what we all work to spend our hard earned money on.
My fingers are clenched, the controller warmed by my tight grip as if it siphoned off my life force to fuel my Guardian’s adventure. The last few hours of gameplay running through my head, digesting the fact that just a week prior I had all 3 character classes at 400, my book of triumphs complete. Sitting there, contemplating what I had just experienced in Destiny 2. The story, the music, the mechanics and graphics passing through my mind, hearing the voices of my comrades, those who survived and those lost along the way who weren’t able to make it… I just beat the main storyline in Destiny 2.