Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Monday, September 17, 2012
|We know he's a better lawyer because his coat is open and he has a pocket watch. Little things count the most, man.|
Oh Capcom, you still get it right sometimes.
As you may have noticed, Phoenix looks like a total badass now as he's returning to the courtroom as a defense lawyer after clearing himself from the charges that got him disbarred in Apollo Justice. So far we know that the game is in 3D but in a way to tries to invoke the feeling of 2D, takes place 1 year after Apollo (Making it 8 years after Trials and Tribulations) and that he'll have a brand new assistant. Gameplay wise, we'll have a new system for the cross examination although we don't know how it works. Not much info for now but Capcom said they would reveal more in TGS and later after that. It will be interesting to see how Phoenix's long experience as a lawyer will show in this game and how it's thematically connected to the new gameplay system. And let's not forget about pretty much every reccuring character from the series like Edgeworth, Maya, Pearls, Emma, Gumshoe and even Apollo and Trucy, the adopted daughter of Phoenix.
It's been awhile since we've played with the goofiest, most lovable and entertaining lawyer in video gaming. Let's hope the game brings along a localization for both Investigations 2 and the Layton Crossover if it's successful enough. Personally, I can't wait to see a big OBJECTION bubble projecting from the DS screen in glorious 3D.
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
|You know a man has seen some dark shit in his life if his facial structure changes completely every other year|
So Max Payne 3 has come and gone. Everybody who wanted to play it already did and probably has an established opinion of it but you know, the point of this blog was never to be punctual in the first place, right? After beating Max Payne 3 not once but thrice, what do I think about it and how close that opinion is to my original thoughts about the game?
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
That pretty much says it all. I don't even need to elaborate. I don't know what's up with 2012 but for some reason the gaming industry kept most of its A-game for May. I haven't even touched Max Payne 3 and I seriously need to try that too. I'm sorry I've been skipping on reviews and I promise that will eventually come to pass once again in this shell of a gaming blog. I just have to stop playing every second of my free time.
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
|After beating Devil May Cry 1, I'm gonna go grab a BIIIIIIITE!!!|
Friday, March 23, 2012
|Master, I detect a 98% probability that I am about to state the obvious.|
So I finally managed the time to play and beat Skyward Sword. It was long overdue. Mostly everyone and their mother already said their piece about the game but since I'm still fresh from it, might as well say my overall thought about the game. I keep it short, not in the mood to do an actual review. (Been awhile since I've actually done one. Hurray for procrastination!)
Friday, March 2, 2012
|Max, you're being made by a different development team!|
And now for something completely different. On account of my latest guest review of Max Payne, I was reminded that the upcoming sequel and third game of the franchise is about to be released in may. Considering this is one of my favorite game series and that Remedy, the developer of the game sold the franchise rights to Rockstar, who are now in charge of game development, I'll post a list on what I think the game seems to be doing right and what it's doing wrong. I'll keep it short and simple.