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Sometimes it takes a lone wolf to get the job done in a harsh town full of corruption. There are those that are brave enough to go on their own to seek justice while others turn away or shrug off a case. Even if some cases are a bit fishy and here we are with PC Malone starting her story with a prowler, a knife and our interest step into learning how to be a detective.
When the fate of Earth is on the line of any opposition it is up to the Z Fighters to handle said enemy. The Dragon Ball series has been well known for a few decades now having a long following and many debates/arguments on who is the better fighter. Now, there will be a new debate on who is better at controlling their favorite 3 fighter team-up in Dragon Ball FighterZ available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows.
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Once you go Mac, you can’t go back. Okay, that may be a bit of an extreme, but to be honest, the capability of a Mac always made my professional life easier. Eventually, that blead over into personal computer space. I simply didn’t see a downside of a Mac (for the most part).
Who else loves it when a genre takes a step back and tries something interesting or rather mixes something fun with their own entity? I for sure find it fun especially in this case. It was back in the summer of 1996 when I visited an old Mom and Pop’s game store where I discovered this gem of a title on the PlayStation One. Seeing a mix of Tetris and fighting games blew my mind is that they were a gem puzzle system. Then came Super Gem Fighter which was the same deal but all fighting that I currently own on the PS3. What made this game stand out the most was the Chibi (Japanese term for short and cute) art form that made fans love it. Now Capcom decided to bring this game back in mobile form.
There is no honor among thieves or that’s what we are told. When you are part of a crew whether you are friends or family, it is a strong bond of trust. Until that one person destroys that bond putting you all in chaos and now the city is against you as you regain your street cred by one race at a time. Welcome back to a new Need For Speed where it is all about getting that Payback.
Wow, this is going to be an interesting review since I for one have never played Animal Crossing in my life. I only have known about it and seen fellow colleagues play it. I am sorry, I am gamer that likes racing games, violence and more violence in that genre. This week Animal Crossing Pocket Camp is the latest for the mobile devices and it blew up a storm of people requesting friend codes and even friends I didn’t even know were into Animal Crossing. This is where I have come to as Beast Gamer trying out something in a friendly environment. Let’s take a look.
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.
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.