Sonic Forces is that other Sonic game. The one that lets you make your own furry fursona to fur up the place.
Sonic Mania is a brilliantly staged celebration of the past that acts as a true sequel to the Genesis line of games.
Yakuza 0 reviews went up yesterday – at least as far as the worldwide edition of the game is concerned – but no words written could describe the game better than the game itself can.
For those familiar with the series, Yakuza‘s weird sense of humor and eccentric scenarios are nothing new. For yours truly, Sega’s gangsterial action-adventure prequel was nothing short of a revelation.
My DualShock 4’s Share button was given the workout of its life while I played this. The amount of dialog and imagery that needs further examination is more than I can legitimately handle. The following screenshots are a mere fraction of what’s on offer.
Let’s look at some of the bizarre shit I saw!
Discussing emulation as a games pundit can be risky business – it’s a taboo subject, and you can’t be seen to endorse it even slightly.
However, the existence of emulation ought to be treated more importantly and taken seriously, especially when you consider how devalued a lot of older games can become.
Also this week – highlights from Sonic’s 25th anniversary shitshow, and some amusing #FucKonami News.
“You created it all so you could live forever. Why?”
Your doctors are in the house to dissect House of the Dead, Uwe Boll’s classic cinematic dog turd.
Spaniards from Spain, gun continuity, Sega’s island raves, and tits within minutes are all on the menu. Alongside some of the crappest zombies ever.
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Time for another Bullshit Roundup, your one-stop shot for all the horrible nonsense that’s happened in the world of “AAA” videogames this week.
We’ve announcements of yet more microtransactions in games where they don’t belong, the promise of more microtransactions in games where they don’t belong, Sega doubling down on its pre-order chicanery…
… and Arkham Knight is still a hot mess on PC. Who woulda thought!?
It’s time for another dose of the Bullshit Roundup, your semi-regular look at grotty games industry garbage that deserves a spotlight even if it doesn’t make the main stage.
This week, we’re looking at yet another example of pre-order culture exploitation, another Ubisoft game does the unsurprising, and some Harmonix employees were caught doing something very cheeky indeed!