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mardi 5 avril 2016

Nights of Azure PS4 2016 /4/01

Nights of Azure Review – Yoru no Nai Kuni (PS4 Import)

I was pleasantly surprised by Gust and Koei Tecmo’s PS4 action RPGNights of Azure.
Nights of Azure looks good and plays smoothly in all situations, with frame rate drops coming only on rare occasion. Gameplay never got bogged down by performance issues and what’s more, the action was always fun to watch during my playthrough. Dark blues and purples work well to keep the nighttime theme strong and, as a bonus, give great backdrop for all the fancy spell effects.
Sad reality is that Gust doesn’t have a ton of budget to put into these games, so you’ll see its imperfections fairly often. Whenever characters interact, you’ll see graphics overlap and clip and otherwise look goofy. It’s forgivable and understandable, but that doesn’t mean unnoticeable.
With a couple of standout tracks, the music delivers. In battle, chilling at the hotel, or anything in between, the audio was always good. Even the vocal theme in Underwearland worked somehow.
Nights of Azure‘s core plot is basic, but the character-focused side of the story earns credit for doing something less than common in JRPGs: it tells a love story between homosexual characters who aren’t stereotyped to the moon and back. A lot of games and anime have “accidental” half-naked run-ins, awkward situations, games of grab-boob, or unrequited love between women, but Nights of Azure goes the genuine route and ends up much stronger for it. We see the romance between Arnice and Lilysse unfold step-by-step, and by the end, we’re cheering for everything to work out for them. The two laugh together, fear together, and share a love the audience can take seriously, even if a lot of other anime tropes adorn Nights of Azure.
homosexuality ZOMGsploited all over the place, it’s sometimes hard to find any place on screen not occupied by a giant boob. The hugeness isn’t the only funny thing, but the physics. Watch them some time — I mean really stare at them, like I did. They don’t just move while the girls breathe (as seen in Vanillaware games), but they move as if they’re balloons housing mice. It’s like there’s an animal moving around, trying to escape.
And since this is published by Koei Tecmo, there had to be stripping involved, right? In order to level up, Arnice has to dress down into the tattered remains of lingerie. Why? Because “it’s just us girls here,” in the words of our Lilysse-lookalike spirit hostess.

dimanche 3 avril 2016

Games which will be issued in the month of April 2016

 day 04/01

  • Adam’s Venture: Origins PS4
  • Nights of Azure PS4
  • Trillion: God of Destruction PS Vita

 - day 04/04 

  • Green Game: TimeSwapper PS Vita

 - day 04/05

  • Assassin’s Creed Chronicles Trilogy Pack PS Vita
  • Dead Star PS4
  • Dirt Rally PS4
  • Enter the Gungeon PS4
  • RBI Baseball 16 PS4
  • Star Wars Battlefront ‘Outer Rim’ DLC PS4
  • Stikbold! PS4

 - day 04/07 

  • MXGP 2 PS4
  • Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel PS4, PS3

 - day 04/08 

  • Battleborn Open Beta PS4

 - day 04/12

  • Dark Souls 3 PS4
  • Ratchet & Clank PS4
  • Stories: The Path of Destinies PS4
  • The Park PS4

 - day 04/19 

  • Invisible, Inc PS4
  • Lichdom: Battlemage PS4
  • Pang Adventures PS4

 - day 04/20 :

  • Masquerade: The Baubles of Doom PS4, PS3

  - day 04/21 :

  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 + EUFA Euro 2016 PS4, Ps3
  • Alienation PS4
  • Dungeons 2 PS4
  • King’s Quest Chapter 3: Once Upon a Climb PS4, PS3
  • MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS Zombies PS Vita
  • Stranger of Sword City PS Vita
  • Tales From the Borderlands PS4, PS3

mercredi 30 mars 2016

Refer Gamers, Make Money G2A Goldmine Review

I’ve bought video games from G2A.com before since their pricing is at times unbeatable. I still won’t forget when I picked up Diablo III at 54% off retail! In any case, I never saw their Goldmine program until I was looking to buy Watch Dogs a few weeks ago.

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vendredi 18 mars 2016

Game Guide 101: Types Of 3D Games

Gaming experience has never been as rich and vivid as it is today. From 2D to 3D, the evolution of gaming technology makes it popular not only among teens but also among adults alike. So what makes 3D games attractive not only to gamers but also to the general population?
Sense of Immersion
The advancements in technology resulted in 3D where the features allow gamers to experience realism resulting to better gaming experience. This is due to the fact that games that are made in 3D caters to the human senses such as the senses of sound, sight and touch. Sports games are quite popular since these have more activities, and the gamers do the action live especially for games developed for Wii.
Types of 3D Games
One of the popular 3D games genres is sports since most players are into extreme sports. Sports such as basketball or baseball allows gamers to experience the actual play without being physically in the field. Aside from sports, shooting games are also popular. In shooting games, it usually opens with a mission that allows players to catch bad guys or other targets and advance in the gameplay. These games usually have realistic locations allowing for a more immersed gaming experience.
Mental games are also becoming popular not only for avid gamers but also for use in many educational institutions. Updated versions of many mental game plays include 3D versions where depth and dimension are added to help make the game lifelike.
For people who love racing, racing games are also fast dominating the 3D world. Many are interested with these types of games because of the exciting graphics as well as the thrill of winning the race(s). Aside from car racing, one would also encounter animal racing, boats and even planes.
Simulation games have also been gaining popularity among players. Simulations allow players to assume a character or a role and finish their missions. Examples of these can be starting their own farm, becoming a crime boss or even having a virtual family.

jeudi 17 mars 2016

Video Games - The Perfect Escape?

Why oh why did you say yes to that last shandy? The kebab seemed like a good idea but your mouth now resembles the inner lining of Phil Jupiter's underpants. And to top it all off, you're stuck in a lava filled dungeon and some b*****d has kidnapped your princess. Where did your life go so horribly wrong?
I've got news for you, it's much, much worse. It's not that you're hungover playing Super Mario Brothers, it's that you spend your life "working" at a computer located in a sterile office surrounded by drones. Your only escape? A Friday night binge drinking session down in Clapham, tonsil tennis with a rather suspect femme fatale and bouncing around 8-bit levels crushing the skulls of Goombas with your immense chubby Italian plumber girth the next morning (she didn't come home with you).
Computer games started out as something completely innocent. I remember my cousins having a version of Pong that despite being an absolute nightmare to plug into the telly, was good fun for ten minutes. Bouncing the ball around with the paddles was hardly Wimbledon. What was, was the 8-bit version of the AELTC's prestige tournament which was one of the first games I played on the Master System. Still to this day the game mesmerises me, with added career mode, I can't help but feel I'm there on Centre Court. Especially as I couldn't play tennis for toffee.
These days, games such as the Grand Theft Auto and Halo franchises take escapism to whole new levels, allowing you to explore entire cities and indulge your wildest fantasies whilst piping hordes of bad guys. There's a magazine on my desk right now emblazoned with the word "hero", if only. And whilst escapism is almost at its absolute peak (barring virtual reality), it started way back in the 80s and had as much of an impact then as it does now.
Adult life fundamentally, hasn't changed much in the last thirty years. Despite numerous advances in technology, supposedly to make life easier, for most of us it's the usual 9 to 5. Slaving away to line someone else's pockets only to come home at some ungodly hour completely exhausted. Eat your dinner, stick on the telly, sleep, repeat. Rather crudely, I hypothesise life requires five different needs: achievement; relaxation; emulation; competition and belonging. At the moment, sitting here in a non-descript office I feel tense, bored, lonely and as if this is just another day to kill on a road that is seemingly going nowhere. No need is being fulfilled, I want to be at home playing video games.
Achievement is the easy one. Those who are successful in life and who feel they are living a good life can point back to a string of achievements. Whether it's continual progression through the ranks at work, bringing up offspring or jumping out of a plane, nothing beats feeling a sense of achievement. For those starved of such events, video games offer up an easy alternative and its impact is almost immediate. Going back to early arcade games such as Pac-Man and Asteroids, you're instantly rewarded with level progression and score accumulation (sometimes to reach the feted leader board). Home entertainment systems such as the ZX Spectrum brought games like Manic Miner to the fore. This rise raises the other point that these needs don't just relate to adult life but to children as well. For kids growing up, a sense of achievement can be gained from doing well at school, well at Physical Education, being praised for good attendance etc... How often would this really happen? Sometimes at primary school, I would feel a greater sense of accomplishment after nailing a few levels of Sonic than at anything I'd done during the day. With the xbox360 console, Microsoft brought the "Achievement" points system based on unlocking hidden secrets or even just by completing levels. Why did they do this? We all love rewards, even more so when they're obvious. As unnecessary as this development was, it adds another level of achievement to the subtle one already existing.
This brings me to the next "need" - relaxation. Or should I say, Relaxation through detachment. There is no point in me going home to play a computer game where the protagonist is a Customer Service advisor who has to answer the phone and respond to emails all day. They say that during lunchtime it's advisable to have lunch outside of the office, so that your mind is taken off work and relaxed accordingly. Video games work on the same principal as in they can take you out of work, out of your home life and into something much more wondrous. The aforementioned Super Mario Bros is a great example. I believe it's the first true example of an ethereal world where you can explore and unlock hidden rewards at whim. Earlier consoles and computers had games containing hidden levels given, but the graphics and memory available pre-1985 struggled to do anything on this scale. Throw in a hero story where you've got to rescue a princess and you've got the whole package. I could talk about detachment all day long but the upshot is that video games take you to another world at the flick of a button where you can easily forget what your life is really about.
As I mentioned previously, I was bog awful at Tennis when I was a kid. Someone who was not awful at tennis was Stefan Edberg. Although Wimbledon on the MS was licensed, it contained no real players' names. But my word, did one of the characters look like the Swedish maestro himself. When you're growing up, role models are important. That seems like a rather obvious thing to say but how many kids lack the proper role models in everyday life? We look up to people and we want to emulate them. We see them achieve great things and we want to achieve them ourselves. When we can't do something, video games (especially sports titles) are an easy way of emulating our heroes. I played World Cup Italia 90 on the Mega Drive way more than I should have purely because it was the only way of recreating the tournament that I had available. Emulation even boils down to just wanting to be said Italian plumber hero (one was also rather useless with the ladies) or a spiky blue hedgehog thwarting an evil genius.
Emulation follows on to competition. There is nothing like beating a game. All that coding and you've still beaten the CPU. Have that Edberg. It's also great to prove you're the best at the something, that you're better than your peers. At work, I have few peers simply due to the mediocrity of my work. Do I want to be better than them? The feeling is hardly tangible. Competition is good for the human spirit. Constantly being challenged is how people get better and successful people thrive on it. The rewards are sometimes obvious, a big trophy, a big pay rise - but sometimes they're not. Video games offer competition on all levels. Beat the CPU, beat your friends, beat the world. Video games offer a challenge when life falls on its backside. Want an arena to prove you're better than your mates? Hold a Days of Thunder on the NES competition (not all were impressed... ). Multiplayer games existed in abundance from the days of Pong and now video game tournaments have evolved into a multi-million dollar industry of their own.
That brings me to my final point - belonging. Sega or Nintendo? If you're into retro gaming that question alone is probably stirring something inside you. Why? Because choosing a console isn't just about choosing a machine to play with, it's about choosing a gang, a way of life that's got be better than its counterpart. Kids and adults alike feel segregation on a daily basis. I was lucky at school as I had good friends with whom I still socialise with to this day. Others were not so lucky. When you move into the professional world it's only natural that you want to work for a company where you belong. In your personal life, it's only natural to want to live somewhere in a home with people you love and where you feel you belong. Even before online gaming with its vast communities and friendship came into existence, simply by saying in the playground whether you were a Mega Drive or SNES guy started positive chat about Sonic or Mario alike. They weren't just consoles, it was who you were.

mercredi 16 mars 2016

What is Free-to-Play?

Just as the name implies, Free-To-Play (sometimes abbreviated as F2P) games are free to download and play -- no purchase necessary. F2P titles often have additional means of allowing players to customize their characters, unlock new levels or gain new abilities by way of optional payments, but getting started requires no initial purchase. 

The Free-to-Play games library is growing quickly, and this page was created to help you find the various titles available for your PlayStation system. Check back from time to time to find out what new content has been added, and enjoy playing these F2P games!

samedi 14 décembre 2013

Online Internet Games

With today's' modern technology where computers are a necessity in every person's home, online internet games are very popular among children, teenagers, and young adults. These games offer advanced play such as coordinated strategies and tactics popular to shooting games and social interactions common to mass-multiplayer online role-playing entertainment or MMORPG.
These online internet games offer hours of gameplay. Most of their players prioritize this type of entertainment over athletic and physical games because they can play and find enjoyment in the comfort of their own homes.
Violent Games

One of the most contested factors regarding online internet games is the level of violence that they incorporate in the gameplay. One cannot deny that most of them have themes of fantasy wars, modern warfare, and action adventures. In addition, each of these themes involve in a way or another, battle encounters and death. Therefore, when can one say that the game is too violent to play?
Most online gaming involve violence in one way or another. Shooting type action games like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, CounterStrike and Borderlands involve shooting and killing other characters in the game, in order to win. Popular fantasy themed internet games like World of Warcraft and Warcraft defense of the Ancients (DOTA) involve using magic and sword fights to "kill" monsters and other players.
The factor that determines the game's level of "violence" is the way or process that they execute or portray the battles. Popular online internet games mentioned earlier are less gory, or bloody. Once a player shoots and "kills" his opponent, the death animation is very quick and less detailed. In this way, players focus on their strategy rather than notice the game's violence.
The fact is that some online internet gaming is too violent. Instead of giving emphasis on the strategic gameplay as developed in other popular games, it gives detailed animation on how a player dies and the process involved in it. Samples of violent scenes not suitable for all ages are death animation with detailed blood and gore. Decapitation and dismemberment animations are some of these violent animations.

Violent action games are easy to control when the players are teenagers, young adults, and adults. Because of their mature psychological state, when they play them, they can stop playing when they feel offended. The real problem is when children under 16 years old are playing these violent online internet games.
In order to avoid exposing children to such violent and inappropriate games, parents should accompany their children when buying their games. Store bought games that can be played on the internet have their ESRB rating on their label for detailed information on how violent the game is and the recommended age for playing the game. Parents should be responsible enough to screen the games that their child plays and to remain vigilant.
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