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Up, down and all around…it is a tough job for one with such special skills. At times you have to dig through the sewers facing off some weird creatures only to have to climb somewhere tower to discover some hidden secrets that some will kill to stay that way. Well, it is time to cock your hammers and get ready for one intense team driven neo-retro shooter from 11 Bit Works. Let’s enter Tower 57 available right now in the Steam Marketplace.
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.
I laughed at the thought when I was younger of a universal controller that can be used on all systems. It was a childhood thought of mine to own that powerful controller where you don’t have to do much configuration and it is just plug in only. I love it when years later you hear one of your ideas become a reality because you get the impression that someone out there with the means feels the same way as you do.
The things you do for love. You gain master leveling by training your wizard butt off in other to control the life force. Otto the once apprentice is now ready to tie the not as his beloved Ana, but of course, things go a different way when the forces of evil want to rise up and ruin his happy ending. Time to kick some mystical booty!
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.
Well, we have two more months left before the beginning of a new gaming year and of course, today was the announcement of Dragon Ball FighterZ’s release date which I am happy about since it shall be released around my Birthday. Yay me!
Welcome Gamers one and all to our latest Born with a Controller segment. We are here with UnkamenSoul, who is an active Twitch Streamer playing an amazing amount of games that go into all categories which makes his gaming quite enjoyable. So, of course, he would be the next subject to listen to his origin story. Let’s get right into it!
Good evening gamers and welcome to a news update which I will let you decide if it is good or bad because I am just in the middle. Today EA announces there “evolution” as their company grows which is the same business speech most places do to put a nice comfortable pillow for a huge blow in some cases. We are the consumer and it is nice when companies give us a heads up of changes within their company. This time it is a shut down of Visceral Studios who you may know them of such games as Dead Space, Battlefield Hardline, Dante’s Inferno, and Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel just to name a few. Here we are and it is quite devasting.
I do love a good release week and since it this that ghoulish month that many love with the horror, the demons and of course the ambition to be the hero and save the one you love. Try not to trip as you read on, this is not your stereotypical horror show!