The new trend is for game publishers with just-crazy-enough-to-work sequel ideas to release the games as bite-sized, stand-alone downloads that look and feel just like the disc-based games. That’s how ‘Red Dead Redemption’s’ straight-shooting cowboy John Marston ended up tangling with zombies in ‘Undead Nightmare’ and superhuman rail-surfer Cole Phelps of Infamous infamy ended up becoming a vampire in Festival of Blood
When you’re walking around with Sony’s bulky new handheld gaming device in your front pocket, you may get the line “Is that a Vita in your pocket or are you happy to see me?” Your answer will be “Yes, that is a Vita in my pocket, but I’m not happy to see you because social norms dictate that we’ll have to talk rather than pretend one another don’t exist so I can play some ‘Uncharted: Golden Abyss’ on this motha.”
When you’re pinned to the canvas with knuckles in your ribs, a knee in your kidney and hundreds of pounds of sweaty man-flesh urging you to tap out before you lose consciousness, it’s definitely time to re-evaluate what you’re doing.
We used to laugh at pundits like this who say video games are worthless trash — or worse, a tool of the devil meant to torment your soul. That is, until we played Amy, which proves those sentiments exactly right.
You’re excused if you’ve last track of all the marquee video games that have hit shelves in the past several weeks. Just like Tim Tebow, game publishers hold back their best stuff for the end. Even those of us who play and read about games constantly have trouble keeping track of what’s out there.
You’ve got to hand it to Nintendo– they are king at making the same game over and over again while adoring fans — us included — squeal with delight. You sell yourself again and again to us, claiming you’re different but you’re always the same
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