Cthulhu Saves the World is only 98 cents on Steam right now. If you like RPGs, this is one of the best investments you'll ever make.
If anyone wants a cool beat 'em up for Steam, check out Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Death. It's five dollars regular price, and was only one during the sale.
I liked Nintendo's event. It might be the best one they've had since the Wii U was announced, and it was the definitely the best one of E3 so far. On the other hand, while 2015 looks great for Big N fans, I guess Nintendo owners are screwed for the rest of this year. Also, no big 3DS news at all.
As E3 day one draws to a close, I can honestly say that there has been very little that has me really excited. So far nothing as been bad, per se, but nothing has been especially good, either. The few games we saw that caught my attention had very little revealed about them, and the rest was just same old, same old. Let's see if Nintendo has anything big in store tomorrow.
MIssed EA's conference, but from what I'm reading, I didn't miss anything.
I know I was just being very critical, but truth be told, I didn't think the X-Bone's press conference was terrible. I didn't think it was good, either. It was very very "meh."
The voice acting of these people in the Division demo is awful.
I have to admit, I didn't even know Dead Rising 3 was out. Apparently its been on shelves since November. I thought the Capcom DLC looks pretty cool and creative, but I can't help feeling that deep down it exists for Capcom to throw a bone to the people who complained that it was too gritty.
Evolve looks cool. I'll be adding that to my Steam wishlist. Also, Ubisoft should change their name to Dairysoft, because they're officially in the milking business now.
From his "Friends at Sony and Nintendo..." to his "humbled by your feedback," Spencer's entire opening speech basically amounted to, "We're getting destroyed in the industry right now. Please make nice with us :*-(" Also, severed arm. Ouch.
Theory time: The "X" in "Mortal Kombat X" is not a roman numeral. It's short for "Mortal Kombat X Street Fighter." Just kidding, but imagine the reaction at E3.
I just completed Bioshock Infinite. I'm in love with most of it, though I do wish the combat could have a little less "Call of Duty"-ish at times.
In light of recent talk about the Godzilla films, I feel compelled to confess something: I actually like the 1998 Godzilla film. I agree that it violates the spirit of Godzilla. That said, if you ignore the name, take the movie on its own merits, and just think of the monster as something besides Godzilla, I feel it's a pretty good movie.
I beat Super Metroid tonight. It is the first game in the series that I can say I really enjoy, although there are definitely a couple things about it that I don't like. Still pretty good over all.