Posts Tagged ‘customization’

Guild Wars 2, Online Gaming is… Fun?!

Guild Wars 2

Once upon a time, I heard that Guild Wars 2 would change the way MMORPGs work forever. Me being me, I took the sarcastic approach and said, “Psh, sure, like they can make an MMO that’s actually consistently entertaining.” Secretly drawn by the frail hope of finally discovering a good MMO, I decided to buy […]

Hawken Makes Mechs Look Pretty

Hawken

Hawken’s still in closed beta, but I’m going to go ahead and chat about it anyway. As an avid fan of action packed high-customization action packed mech fighters, I personally found this one to be strategic, aesthetic, entertaining, and jaw-shatteringly frustrating. Could just be the fact that I’m not into heavily competitive games, or that […]

Custom Robo Arena: A Step in the Wrong Direction

Custom Robo Arena

Custom Robo needs a MAJOR revitalization, and Custom Robo Arena was not the way to go. Don’t assume that I mean the latter is a poor game, not in the least. It’s just not as good as the Gamecube version. While it attempts to offer a wider variety of customizable features with dioramas and Robo […]

Maplestory, Second First Take

Maplestory

Crap, man! What the hell happened since I was here last?  By my counting, the last time I legitimately played Maplestory was in the early 2000s. HOW many servers do they have up now? HOW much more fun has it gotten? The answer to both: loads. I’ll touch bases on the basics, then get on […]

From the Abyss is Abysmal

From the Abyss

Actually, it’s not that bad. I just wanted to have a word pun in the title. You can hate me all you want. So! From the Abyss is an Aksys “off to the side” game for the Nintendo DS. I’ll say right here and now that the sole problem with this game is that it […]

Fallout 3, the Apocalypse Swagger

Fallout 3

This is probably the least glitchy Bethesda game I’ve played. You’d think that Skyrim would have been cleaner, or that Fallout New Vegas would be a step up from what it actually is, but surprise! Nope. While Fallout 3 does have its glitches, they aren’t prominent enough to take away from your playing experience. Let’s […]

Armored Core V, Not You Too

Armored Core V

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. I do not want to review this piece of shit of a game. I know I’m supposed to wait before I dump personal opinions into reviews, maybe offer a view of the gameplay mechanics first, but this game is such a goddamned disappointment. I’m no novice […]

Armored Core for Answer from Armored Core 4

Pros of AC4 and ACfA Dynamic, fast-paced combat favoring strategy over endgame weapons Wide array of missions with minimal repetition, if any at all Over two hundred components with which to build your mech Much more player-friendly interface than in previous games Seemingly complex customization process is quite easy to learn Cons Characterization is strained […]

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