Bobby Whiskey
My opinion, and Gaming news.

Hello, if anyone reads this blog, unlikely, I've been out for a while. Halo 4 is out and I am playing it intensively (for someone who has a life) I will be blogging so come back for more of my opinion and gaming news! 

écrit le jeudi 15 novembre 2012

Journey is a marvel to look and and interact with. The music put a smile on my face and soothed my heat. As i was playing i felt myself constantly intrigued at what was going to happen next. A new thing to the multiplayer world is 'passive' multiplayer. This means that in journey you are paired with another player at random and can only communicate through your actions and sending out a sort of shout. This changes the feel of the game dramatically. You have the same adventure/cinematic experiance you get from single player and the company of anonymous friend!! Its funny how ''look over here'' and ''wait a sec'' are so hard yet so simple to say. Its also a great feeling when a total stranger waits for you. The only down part about this game is that its a bit too short. But its pure magic all the same. BUY IT!!!

Journey is awesome, one of the best creations of all time to date... it is a crime to own a PS3 and not play it...

Check out the trailer!!

écrit le mardi 24 juillet 2012

Happy 25th birthday to Metal Gear!! This stealth/action game franchise defined and re-defined what a good game should be for me for as long as i can remember. Created by Hideo Kojima back in the 80's the first Metal Gear hit shelves of Japanese retailers on July 7th 1987 for the MSX. Since then Metal Gear has been without a doubt my favorite game series of ALL TIME!!! Kojima takes us from a glorious victory off the coast of Alaska to a brutal melancholy in flowered fields. They fight with swords, guns, stealth, fists, giant robots, biologically altered armies, and lots and lots of kool high-tech suits!! What more do you want!? 

Check out this cool tribute video and the trailer for the next Metal Gear Rising.

This Metal Gear is going over the top! I can't wait to get my hands on it!!!

écrit le dimanche 8 juillet 2012 - Personal

The PSVita system has been lacking in games for North-America. The machine was supposed to have more games for people who want more out of their games. Cut the rope on my iPhone is cute and entertaining but it just doesn't cut it...

So here we have the Japan Studio of Sony giving us a small jewel of light in the dark empty abyss of the PSVita game selection. Gravity rush, an open-world sandbox that lets you control gravity as you wish getting you around by flying, sliding, or even walking on walls. This game impressed me visually and the music is great, but the camera controls and render distance that present those aspects of the game just dont measure up. the game allows you to float way up high over the city and soar accross its vastness, but you cant even see more than a silhouette of the buildings when you look afar. when in the midst of the action the camera is always at the wrong angle and trying to reset itself, making for some frustration at times... Where i think this game stands out is in theme, look, feel, and story. The people who dreamed up this world have a great imagination and know what their doing this is a good piece of easy-going yet involving entertainment. The cut scenes and dialog is well constructed using the 'cell-shading' art of the game to enhance the 'comic-book' feel! If you have a vita, this is one of the big games these days, buy it!

écrit le samedi 16 juin 2012 - Gaming

OH MY GOD!!! Sony blows my mind again! watch this!!!

écrit le jeudi 7 juin 2012 - Gaming