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  1. Here are the PlayStation Plus free game line-up for November 2016: Full List Here: Everybody's Gone to the Rapture (PS4) The talented developers at The Chinese Room bring us the spiritual successor to Dear Esther. Set in a small, deserted English town, players search for clues to uncover what happened to all of its missing inhabitants. This is a beautiful game with an incredible soundtrack that we hope you enjoy. The Deadly Tower of Monsters (PS4) Have you ever wanted to play through your favorite sci-fi B-movie? Of course you have! That’s exactly what Atlus and ACE team have made with this game. Add in a clever director’s commentary and there’s a lot to enjoy about revisiting this cooky cult classic. DiRT3 (PS3) Get ready for DiRT 3 - race over 50 years of iconic rally cars in the snow, rain and dirt or express yourself in freestyle gymkhana events. Featuring the most rally content in the series, experience incredible damage and stunning weather as you race singleplayer, splitscreen and online in multiplayer. Costume Quest 2 (PS3) Trick, treat and pick a fight with villainous dental soldiers in Costume Quest 2, the sweet sequel to Double Fine’s hit original, Costume Quest, that turned fans of all ages into candy obsessed crusaders. This inspired RPG adventure includes a range of new features and gameplay improvements to double the amount of mischievous fun. Explore spooky time-traversing landscapes, don adorable new costumes that transform into powerful Hallo-warriors, and collect even Creepier Treat Cards to wield in combat against a legion of hygiene obsessed baddies. Only heroic siblings Wren and Reynold can save Halloween forever! Letter Quest Remastered (Vita/PS4) The grim reapers Grimm and Rose need your help to defeat a legion of monsters, ghosts, and evil bunnies using the power of words! Spell words to battle monsters and earn gems that can be used to purchase upgrades, books, special items, potions, and much more! Letter Quest is a turn-based RPG featuring high-res artwork, clever wordplay, and two great soundtracks. Use your linguistic skills to survive! Pumped BMX+ (Vita/PS3/PS4) Pumped BMX + uses the hit game 'Pumped BMX 2' as inspiration - taking everything which made the mobile version so successful and enhancing every aspect of it for console. Originally developed by one man studio Yeah Us!, Pumped BMX + sees players ride their way through increasingly challenging levels while pulling off crazy and impressive trick combinations. The game lets players choose their rider style and throw down their best stunts whilst racing through more than 500 challenges to reach the top of the leader boards. All of these titles will be free to PlayStation Plus members on the first Tuesday of November (11/01/2016) What do you think of the line-up, is it another mediocre month, or is there one or two games that have caught your eye? Source -http://blog.us.playstation.com/2016/10/26/ps-plus-free-games-for-november-2016/
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    After years of conference's showing off demos and gameplay, No Man's Sky finally has a released! It's been nearly over 3 years since we first saw No Man's Sky. Think about that, and in that time so much has happen to the game. A flooding that took nearly the whole project right after the start, a secret lawsuit from an English cable company known as SKY, Sean Murray and his beard! But after so long of a wait we are finally here, able to explore a unknown and new universe. A dream many of us when we were young (Hell even today) share, each time we looked up to that star lit night sky. Whether you are interested in the game or not, the concept of what this game was and became is an impressive work of accomplishment. Now if you excuse me... I got some exploring to do! PS Blog "No Man's Sky: 7 Ways to Start Your Adventure" article link: http://blog.us.playstation.com/2016/08/09/no-mans-sky-7-ways-to-start-your-adventure/ Oh, I'll leave the new No Man's Sky Launch Trailer, and No Man's Sky announcement trailer from all those years ago... just to show the journey to get here.
  3. Here are the PlayStation Plus free game line-up for October 2016: Full List Here: Resident Evil (PS4) This year Capcom is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the franchise, and this remastered HD version is the perfect way to enjoy the game. So whether you’re reacquainting with old friends Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine, or meeting them for the first time, get ready to learn the secrets of the mansion that lies on the outskirts of Raccoon City. Transformers: Devastation (PS4) Drawing on the talents from the original Transformers TV series for the story and voice work, the game should feel pleasantly familiar to fans. Fabled developer PlatinumGames also delivers a fun and rewarding combat system with their signature fast-paced action. With your choice of five Autobots, get in there and battle against the Decepticons and Insecticons to save earth from Megatron’s evil plans. Mad Riders (PS3) Mad Riders is an adrenaline-fueled off-road arcade racing game, that will let you perform amazing aerial stunts and race on over 45 stunning tracks from all over the world, at breathtaking speeds. From Dust (PS3) Discover a unique Modern God game where nature is the star: From Dust, the latest original concept by Eric Chahi, visionary creator of Another World. Behold the beauty of a primitive world pulsing with life and face the might of nature. Beware the danger of a world that is constantly changing under your command. Control the destiny of a tribe struggling to survive and help it recover its ancestors’ lost powers. Immerse yourself in a world as exotically beautiful as it is dangerous. A universe where Nature reclaims what is Hers; and you are your people’s only chance of survival. Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ (Vita) Restricted to an abandoned mansion on the outskirts of London in fulfillment of a promise to her father, lonely Cardia lives day to day isolated from the world. Her body carries a deadly poison that rots or melts anything her skin touches, prompting the locals to call her a “monster.” Play as Cardia, a beautiful young woman whose poisonous touch means imminent death, and unravel the secrets of her past with the help of five charming guys! Actual Sunlight (Vita) Notorious: Widely considered to be one of the bleakest and best-written experiences in indie gaming, Actual Sunlight challenges you to confront the life of Evan Winter: An overweight, lonely and severely depressed young professional. Fear the words, not the reading: Presented almost entirely in text, a mixture of sharp observation and pitch black humor captures your interest from provocative beginning to shattering conclusion. Prepare yourself: Actual Sunlight is a uniquely unforgettable adventure that will etch itself into you as one of the most difficult, haunting and beautiful experiences you have ever had as a gamer. All of these titles will be free to PlayStation Plus members on the first Tuesday of October (10/04/2016) What do you think of the line-up, is it another mediocre month, or is there one or two games that have caught your eye? Source -http://blog.us.playstation.com/2016/09/28/playstation-plus-free-games-for-october-2016/
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  5. Here are the PlayStation Plus free game line-up for September 2016: Full List Here: Journey (PS4/PS3) Finding yourself alone in the desert, you must make your way to the mountaintop. But there’s so much more to this sublime experience than simply traversing the world. With stunning visuals, an amazing soundtrack, and a unique online experience, don’t miss the very special experience that is Journey. Lords of the Fallen (PS4) Looking for redemption for past sins, you play as Harkyn and try to end a war between humans and the gods. With three classes to choose from, you can tailor the combat experience to your liking. And in a game where every encounter matters and your choices have consequences, the layers of customization are an integral part of the action. So collect your gear and prepare for close-quarters combat as you take the fight to the demon lords. Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands (PS3) Visiting his brother’s kingdom following his adventure in Azad, the Prince finds the royal palace under siege from a mighty army bent on its destruction. Deciding to use the ancient power of the Sand in a desperate gamble to save the kingdom from total annihilation, the Prince will embark on an epic adventure in which he will learn to bear the mantle of true leadership, and that great power often comes with a great cost. Datura (PS3) Discover an eerie, intriguing realm in this unique interactive art experience where little is as ever as it seems and mystery and surprise await your every move. Open the gates to a dreamlike forest, follow the paths between the trees, interact with your surroundings and attempt to answer three questions: why are you here? What are you supposed to do now? And is there a way out? For the curious – for those willing to face the depths of their own conscience – the answers will be revealed by exploring the world of Datura™. Badland (Vita, PS3 & PS4) Fly and survive through the Game-of-the-Year- winning world of BADLAND and discover an astonishing number of imaginative traps, puzzles and obstacles on the way. BADLAND is a multi-award-winning side-scrolling action adventure with innovative physics-based gameplay and stunning atmospheric graphics and audio. BADLAND: Game of the Year Edition has been redesigned for the PS4™, PS3™ and PS Vita with new analog stick controls and enhanced Full-HD visuals. The GOTY edition also offers loads of local multiplayer fun: up to four players can compete against each other on 27 different deathmatch stages or work together to survive through all 100 levels of the co-op campaign. Amnesia: Memories (Vita) In this visual novel, you'll play as the Heroine whose life depends on hiding your recent loss of memory while you navigate complex relationships with five men. Choose your romantic path from the start to piece together that which was forgotten. Will you write the lasting love story you deserve, or will your love – and life – come to an end? All of these titles will be free to PlayStation Plus members on the first Tuesday of September (09/06/2016) What do you think of the line-up, is it another mediocre month, or is there one or two games that have caught your eye? Source -http://blog.us.playstation.com/2016/08/31/playstation-plus-free-games-for-september-2016/
  6. http://blog.us.playstation.com/2016/08/23/playstation-now-coming-to-pc-dualshock-4-usb-wireless-adaptor-unveiled/ First thing come to my mind... playing Gran Turismo on my PC using my PC steering wheel... hmmm....
  7. Hey guys and gals! James here aka Wade D McGinnis and I have the review for No Man's Sky. A procedural sandbox survival sci-fi game from Hello Games. Check it out and let me know your thoughts on it!
  8. Battlefront at the moment is Schedule to release in holiday 2015 Hey everyone. I decided to create this thread to gather any and all suggestions you have about battlefront that Dice hopefully listens closely to and e-mail it to them in order for the game to be as good as possible and stay true the the core of what battlefront is and at the same time adding new features that could suit the game. You can put in you suggestions/ideas from other battlefront threads such as battlefront is a first person shooter if you posted any there or not. It's a long shot I know, but there's nothing wrong with trying anyway. I'll update my own post if I come up with any more. My suggestions so far: 1. The game should support 60 players on xbox one, ps4 and pc using 60 fps with lots of details and effects since you are using the frostbite 3 engine and have dedicated servers. If the frame rate works well and is stable and smooth in 60 fps, then you can use it as 343 industries has done with the halo mc collections. 2. Faster, more intense dogfights, enable thrusters for ground vehicles/spacecrafts to boost the craft's speed for a short period of time. Enable evasive maneuvers/ countermeasures to prevent missiles to hit you from behind for example as seen in star wars episode 2, the clone wars movie where obi wan is being chased by jango fett, and in revenge of the sith opening battle sequence. 3. Enable optional cockpit view in space vehicles/land vehicles. 4. Acquiring upgrades and somehow outfit you'r factions ship/ units in multiplayer and its weapons/armor etc to improve them in combat. Having stats for these would be good too. 5. Put in Cooperative challenges in terms of different kind of scenarios of various difficulties in MP for the community to participate in, create something like Star Wars Battlelog similar to BF's Battlelog if it could work. 6. Make sure that the game ships with as much content as possible that should be in the main game at launch, and that the game is as glitch, bug free and runs as smooth as possible avoiding what happened to Bf4's launch. 7. DLC/add on content if needed for the game, if it enhances the gaming experience with new modes, new characters, new armor modifications, new weapons, new vehicles. There should be enough content so that nothing major is missing. Adding content to the game is fine and depending on what kind of dlc it is and if it was in the game at launch or not should determine if the dlc should be free or be bought for a small fee. Please do not shower this game with micro-transactions.
  9. Hey guys and gals. Thought I'd pick the community's mind a bit on this. Playstation has announced a license keyboard & mouse for the Playstation 3 and Playstation 4 called TAC Pro. My question is whether you guys and gals think this may disrupt the FPS community on the platform? Do you think it will be fair having folks with controllers and others with the TAC Pro? Also how do you think developers like Blizzard who recently adjusted Overwatch controls will react to this new accessory? Side note, try to keep the discussion civil ya? https://www.playstation.com/en-us/explore/accessories/tac-pro-for-playstation-4/
  10. I know the PC will probably have theirs day one but has anyone started thinking about making a clan on PS4????
  11. We should get a team together for Paragon. Joe just did a live stream yesterday (8/17/2016) and it shows you the basics and its a new game so lets get into it and start playing for the Angry Army. I don't want to really lead it but I would like someone to start a team so we can all play together. The game is fairly new and thats the time to start to get at it so we can become great at it and face other people. I hope to see you there Comment your PSN name down below or just your username if you are on the PC. Thanks Brisingr
  12. any one up fore some co-op `? im currently on a good flow with feng mao. Im on ps4 my nick is mihriban073 i really like this game its been growing on me
  13. Mighty No. 9 - A Review by Jose Vega Deep Silver didn’t provide me a review copy. Copy received by a special someone as a gift. It was a game almost four years in the making. Four years and almost $4 million were put into this. Keiji Inafune stated that this would be the successor to Mega Man and fans were really excited to play it after the drought that Mega Man fans have gotten since 2011. Cancellations, exclusions, it was a horrible time to be a Mega Man fan. Now it’s 2016 and Mighty No. 9 has finally arrived. Will this be a second coming or will four years and four million dollars end up creating an absolute disaster? Before I explain what the game is about, here’s a little bit of backstory on how Mighty No. 9 came about. In 2010, Keiji Inafune left Capcom to form his own company called Comcept. After he left, Capcom went and cancelled three Mega Man games that were in production, basically burying one of their popular franchises out of spite for the man and causing fans massive outrage. Three years later, Inafune announced Mighty No. 9, made to be as a successor to Mega Man. He opened a Kickstarter with a goal of $900,000 but it would be surpassed to reach $4 million. The success would set off many other Kickstarter campaigns to follow. To reach that amount, they offered a lot of stretch goals such as extra modes, online multiplayer, documentary and various ports. All of them were achieved but it would be a sign that trouble would soon follow. 2014 would be the starting point of that trouble but it isn’t until 2015 was where the trouble began. In January of last year, Inafune made a video saying the game is finished. Three months later, Comcept formed a partnership with Deep Silver and announcing that they would publish the game. The game was delayed till September and it was due to the many ports they promised, including Deep Silver wanting to release a physical version. It then got delayed till February 2016, due to the game’s netcode for some minor modes. It got delayed again for a possible “Spring 2016” release with the blame being on online modes. In reality, it was rumored that the game was made using Unreal Engine 3 and they were unable to make changes. Then they announced that the final release date would be June 21st. Though it was official, things only went from bad to worse. Deep Silver released a trailer promoting the game and it was a massive embarrassment. So much so that Comcept took to twitter and saying that it was unforgivable. Heck even Sonic the Hedgehog’s official Twitter took potshots at it for good measure. The game eventually arrived but even more problems came in. Backers couldn’t get their codes, some ports got delayed and even a version ended up being unplayable. To summarize… it was a disaster. The story is familiar and straightforward. Why I say this? Because it’s basically a cut & paste version of Mega Man’s original story. There are some differences between the two. One difference is that there is no main big bad controlling everything. I won’t spoil it but if you’ve played Mega Man, chances are you’ll find that the story is familiar to you. There’s really not much to say about it and the ending will probably lead to a sequel. Mighty No. 9 is a platforming game, similar to Mega Man in some aspects. You go from point A to point B, shooting enemies and dodging obstacles. At the end is a boss fight and you need to beat the boss to clear the stage. Like Mega Man, in this game you can also obtain new powers after beating the boss. Now this is where I stop cause that’s where the similarities end. Mighty No. 9 has a gimmick that is unique and one of the things that sets it apart from other games. It’s gimmick is absorption. Beck has the ability to absorb enemies when they are weakened. About Beck, his gameplay is similar to Mega Man. He can run, jump, shoot and dash. He can air dash as well, something that Mega doesn't have. But it’s his dash that gives him the option to absorb Xel from enemies. After damaging an enemy, they become different colored data and you need to absorb said enemy to defeat them. You have a set amount of time as the longer you wait, the less of a bonus you get. Doing it immediately will get 100% and start up a combo. Skilled players can pull off combos with ease, provided they don’t get careless. Some enemies also have various color properties. They come in four colors: blue, green, red and yellow. Blue builds up and after absorbing enough, you’ll get an E-tank that can help you recover your health. Green increases speed, red increases attack and yellow increases defense. Combine with the fact you need to obtain combos is efficient. Similar to Mega Man, you take on a boss at the end of the level. You won’t be able to figure out how to beat it at first but it takes practice and with a game like this, sometimes they can be outright unfair. When you beat a boss, you’ll obtain their ability that can be used to take down the next one. In some levels, the boss that you defeat previously will help you make some parts of the level easier. In addition, the bosses aka Mighty Numbers are no pushovers. You need to be real skilled if you want. I also should mention that in one section of the game, you get to play as Call. She’s different from Beck. She can’t absorb Xel but she can crawl through spaces, has the ability to hover and can project an energy shield. The only catch is that she can’t move while using it. Call isn’t that bad but it makes me wish that she can be similar to Beck in some ways. The game has replay value with the inclusion of a character named Raychel aka Ray. Ray is basically the hard mode of the game as playing as her provides a different style of gameplay. She has access to claws that deal close range strikes and a dash attack that can go through anything. The only difference is that you lose health so you need to regain health constantly if you want to last. Beating the game will take you roughly about 2-4 hours and with multiple difficulties can add more hours onto the game. Ray will also add a few more hours as well along with a lot of skill. I’ve already provided my thoughts on the gameplay and personally, it’s good if you’re in for a challenge. Makes me wish it could be spiffed up so the gameplay can be better. However I don’t have anything nice to say regarding the game’s presentation. I don’t, truthfully. It’s downhill from here. Since the game was running on an outdated engine, it ends up being more harm than good. The graphics are terrible, looking like they come from a previous generation or two. Most of the levels don’t have much in terms of atmosphere. They feel bland, lifeless and dull. Not to mention some of the stuff like explosions look lousy. Hell, the explosions look like pizzas and it became a meme of epic proportions. The character models aren’t great either. You can obviously tell that the people behind the game never even bothered to have their mouths move when they talk. They look like puppets. Mighty No. 9 has some talented voice actors but I feel they can’t bring any emotion to the roles they play. I feel bad for them. Call’s voice actor felt lifeless, reminding me of Samus from Other M. That’s all I’m saying about it. I do have a positive though and it’s the music. Some of the songs are very good while others are meh, at best. It’s mixed but at least in some levels, it can give you a bit of reprieve. Also the game has its issues, many issues depending on what console you play them in. The Wii U version has the worst of it with frame rate issues, long load times and in some cases, the game can outright brick your console. It was fixed with a patch but not for the others. PS4 doesn’t have any of these issues and the load times are shortened to around 15 seconds. It’s acceptable at best. The level design is all over the place and even though they relate to the environment they’re in, it still feels poorly done, which can lead to some unfair instances. Oh and there’s online play. Yeah. Online implementation is the reason why this game had been delayed multiple times and even then, they can’t even fix it. I never tried it and from what I’m hearing, it isn’t good. There are races, co-op and the like but the online is bugged and broken. Sometimes they don’t work and can really be problematic. Personally they should have just released it first and then put time toward fixing the online and making it work. Since it doesn’t, it only hinders the game even more. Inafune said it himself that the game is better than nothing. That is true but there’s no excuse for how the game is now. Four years and four million dollars went into this and what we got is a game that has a lot of promise but fails in everything else. The graphics are medicore, voice acting is a letdown despite having big name talent, unfair and uninspiring level design, broken online, long load times and a plethora of other issues hinder this game. However the game has solid gameplay, good music and a good amount of replay value with the different characters. Was this a full price game at around $50-60, I would judge it harshly. I am not however since the game is available at around $20-30, with cross play if its on a Sony console. Mighty No. 9 did have a lot of good ideas. It had a lot of potential to be a worthy successor to Mega Man and if the game had more time to be polished or maybe have better advertising then it would have been a success. Unfortunately it didn’t and I feel that four years and four million dollars contributed to one of the most disappointing games of 2016. For what it’s worth, I enjoyed this game but I wish it could have been better. I wish it could have but this is what we got. I give Mighty No. 9 a 5 out of 10. Do I recommend this game to anyone? No. Unless they want to see for themselves how much of a train wreck this is. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to play some Azure Striker Gunvolt, in preparation for the sequel.
  14. In the spirit of gaming, I wanted to share this giveaway I found. It's from a sight that sells Shirts, Gloving tools (those gloves that have lights on them and you do cool light shows in the dark) and other accessories. If the Forum doesn't want this post on here, I totally understand and will take it down if asked or will not mind if it suddenly disappears. But I just figured that it would be fun to have us all do some kind of Giveaway thing ya know? Submissions end on the 10th of August (That's a Wednesday) and will be announced on the 12th! This is some kind of Limited Edition version of the system, so I think it comes with extra Bells and Whistles. Though it doesn't say what that includes, it seems to come with a game book with art in it and maybe some kind of metal case? Good luck to anybody that wants to try and win! https://wn.nr/YfQ99P
  15. Hello, everyone! It's your friendly, neighborhood contest seeker here to give you another chance to try and gain something nice for yourself with no charge to you or me. This contest I found is for No Man's Sky for the PS4. There is one hitch to this contest, though, it's only for 5 days! So make sure that, if you're interested, so get in on this quick! This contest is being hosted by Gameflip, a site and app that is for gamers to buy/sell games, toys and other nerd items that can make your day a little bit more fun. If you don't have a PS4 to play the game on, don't worry! I have another contest on this page that is to possibly win a PS4 WITH the same game! As a side note from me, I will be looking to find more contest soon that have other game systems so that everyone can have a fair shake. As before, if any admin believes that this should not be on the forums, please feel free to take this post down. And to all those who participate good luck! https://wn.nr/R4SBAM
  16. Hello, I'm redownloading PS2 right now for PS4, and I would like to know what the events are that all of you created for the ps4 Verison of the game!
  17. Here are the PlayStation Plus free game line-up for August 2016: Full List Here: Tricky Towers (PS4) Tricky Towers is a physics-based puzzler that’s at its best when you’re competing against friends. With local and online multiplayer for two to four players, the game shines as you race to stack your tower while casting spells to disrupt your opponents. The gameplay is fast, fun, and addictive, as you’ll find yourself coming back for more. Rebel Galaxy (PS4) Suit up and take command in this space combat RPG from developer Double Damage. Take the helm of a massive destroyer as you make your reputation through trade, by being a work-for-hire mercenary or a swashbuckling pirate. In a procedurally generated universe, no two star systems are the same and there’s always something new to discover. So take the helm, prepare for battle, and have a blast with Rebel Galaxy. Yakuza 5 (PS3) The legendary dragon returns to the criminal underworld of Yakuza. Kazuma Kiryu, once known as the Dragon of Dojima, was living a quiet life as a taxi driver in Hakata after severing all his ties with the underworld. However, at the dawn of the bloody war between the Tojo Clan and the Omi Alliance, Kazuma is forced to accept his inescapable fate and returns to a life filled with crime and violence to protect his loved ones. Retro/Grade (PS3) Play a classic Shoot 'Em Up... in reverse! Navigate deadly enemy waves and un-fire attacks in Retro/Grade, a mind-bending rhythm game by 24 Caret Games. Pick up a DUALSHOCK®3 wireless controller or a PlayStation®3 guitar controller and help Rick Rocket restore the continuity of space-time, before a temporal anomaly rips the universe a new time-hole! Patapon 3 (Vita/PSP) The critically-acclaimed rhythm-based adventure game is now available offering new quests, increased customization and all-new online battles. Play the campaign with your friends, go head-to-head, or take on a clan of other Patapon gamers with network play for up to eight people. You can also customize your tribe with different weapons and abilities before you head into battle in the greatest portable adventure of rhythm and war. Ultratron (Vita, PS3 & PS4) The last human in the universe has been slain by evil killer robots. As the last remaining humanoid battle droid, you'll be fighting through over 40 arcade levels to finally take on the four giant boss 'bots of the apocalypse. Experience the addictive gameplay of old-school arcade favorites, updated for the 21st century, with unique upgrades, player responsive difficulty, and a subtle system of tactics combined with classic gameplay. Ultratron is a twin-stick arena shooter inspired by some of the best that classic arcade gaming has to offer, updated and improved for the 21st century. All of these titles will be free to PlayStation Plus members on the first Tuesday of August (08/02/2016) What do you think of the line-up, is it another mediocre month, or is there one or two games that have caught your eye? Source -http://blog.us.playstation.com/2016/07/27/playstation-plus-free-games-for-august-2016/
  18. Hey guys and gals James here aka Wade D McGinnis! Today, again, I have a new review. This time for BRUT@L. A top down Diablo like with procedural generation and a unique art style. Check out the review and let me know your thoughts!
  19. And by just casually looking through the new releases on PSN as well. As the biggest Caramageddon Fanboy I know I'm a little embarrassed. Anyway, This is basically a re-make of the original Caramgeddon from 1996 with updated graphics and some new features, including multiplayer. Anyone up for it on either console? I haven't bought it on either console just yet, so I'll wait to see if anyone is interested on here before I decide.
  20. Hawken is a Free to Play shooter game which released on Xbox One July 1st and will release on PS4 on July 8th. The game released a few years ago on PC, free to play on there as well. It is, to put it simply, like Titanfall where you're constantly in your titan. The progression for mechs goes through a tree branching through the different mechs in varying prices. Each mech may be earned in-game through time and effort or may be paid forward with real-life currency transferred to an in-game currency. Overall the only things you must pay for are customizations and other non-essential things that do not effect gameplay. There are issues with the servers as of right now but they're being fixed as we speak. If you own an Xbox One, PS4 or even a PC I recommend trying Hawken out.
  21. If your a veteran of the game who cant find anyone to play with or a newcomer who is teetering on getting ESO because no one you know plays ESO, now you have no need to worry. We are not the official guild but we are all AJSA members. If you would like to join please leave a message here or contact mmonjaras, me or DoctorPainMD on the PS4. If you do contact us please notify us your AJSA. Hope to see you in-game...... - We are in NA Server - Daggerfall Covenenant - The game has no subscription fees
  22. Here are the PlayStation Plus free game line-up for July 2016: Full List Here: Furi (PS4) Furi is a fast-paced, tense and ultimately rewarding gameplay experience. The depth comes from the ways with which you use your skills to take on unique opponents. Furi pits you against guardians, each with their own style, in what feel more like carefully crafted duels than boss fights. The Game Bakers have made something truly special here, and we hope you enjoy it. Saints Row: Gat out of Hell (PS4) With a choice of two characters, enter the open-world sandbox setting of New Hades and wreak havoc. If you are at all familiar with the Saints Row franchise, you know that some seriously over-the-top antics are waiting for you. And if you aren’t familiar with the franchise? Hold onto your hats, prepare for a wild romp, and jump in. Fat Princess (PS3) Your princess and the enemy’s princess share a lot in common. Both have been kidnapped, both are locked up in a big medieval castle… and both have a serious weakness for calorific helpings of cake. Fat Princess is a tactical team action game with a difference. Force-feed the princess and she’ll balloon into a royal blimp, making her quite a handful to rescue and carry back home. Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood (PS3) As the McCall brothers, players enter a doomed quest for the legendary Gold of Juarez leading them from a ravaged Georgia during the Civil War to the Aztec ruins of Mexico. They make their lawless trail into the wildest West ever depicted, using their gun slinging skills and killing all of those that stand before them. But when brothers face Lust, their bound of blood feels thinner than ever... Prince of Persia: Revelations (Vita/PSP) The Old Man said to the Prince, "Your fate has been written. You will die." Enter the dark underworld of Prince of Persia: Warrior Within, the sword-slashing sequel to the critically acclaimed Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. Hunted by Dahaka, an immortal incarnation of Fate seeking divine retribution, the Prince embarks upon a path of both carnage and mystery to defy his preordained death. His journey leads to the infernal core of a cursed island stronghold harboring mankind's greatest fears. Only through grim resolve, bitter defiance and the mastery of deadly new combat arts can the Prince rise to a new level of warriorship -- and emerge from this ultimate trial with his life. Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines (Vita) Lead an ancient Japanese clan and seek revenge against a fearsome demon. Guide your clan over multiple generations on an epic quest to lift a curse against your bloodline. Battle cruel enemies and spectacular bosses in your bid for victory. Unite with gods inspired by Japanese mythology to ensure each new generation is more powerful than the last. Choose your warriors and give them classes – there are eight to pick from, plus you can use the PlayStation®Vita system’s camera to create a clan based on your own appearance, spawning generations of warriors throughout your quest. Interact with your friends' in-game lands to buy exotic items and encounter rare gods to aid you in your adventure. All of these titles will be free to PlayStation Plus members on the first Tuesday of July (07/05/2016) What do you think of the line-up, is it another mediocre month, or is there one or two games that have caught your eye? Source -http://blog.us.playstation.com/2016/06/29/playstation-plus-free-games-for-july-2016/
  23. Just browsing the XBox store and saw that this game was there. I was surprised because I had heard nothing on it coming to console, but it is on July first gonna be on PS4 and XB1. I'm already pre-loading on XB1 and will likely do the same for PS4 (Why not, it is free afer all). The game launched on steam ealy access over two years ago and apparently still is early access (That's why I'm not gonna play on PC this for this one) and, if the recent steam reviews are anything to go buy, has been kind of abandoned by the devs, of it least it seems that way. This release the cosole ports of the indicated that attention is being payed again but it the game itself any good? The FTP platform is always a concern with pay to win sort of stuff and is the game it'self any good? Well, let me know of any of you guys on Box or PS4 wanna give it a try GT: ShaggerAJSA PSN: sabaton_owns
  24. Shagger Says... Review The last time I did one of these big, written reviews was on what is considered to be one of this games biggest rivals, Rise of the Tomb Raider, but having now played this game, I find it actually has at least as much in common with something else... ...Given that these two games were made buy the same people, I shouldn't really be surprised, nor should anyone be pessimistic because a blend of Rise of The Tomb Raider and The Last of Us sounds great right! Aaahhhhhhh..... this is the part I'm gonna piss someone off. Better get ready... Oh, That's snug! It doesn't matter wether you compare this to The Last of Us or Rise of the Tomb Raider, this is NOT as good as either of those games! I'm sorry, it just isn't! Now don't get wrong, Uncharted 4 is a great game and I enjoyed it immensely, no game than can glue me to the sofa for 18 hours over two days isn't great, but as much as I like liked this game, it lacks in certain important areas that I think a lot of people either don't notice or ignore. Still, to calm down the people already sharpening their pitchforks, lets start with the good stuff. When I reviewed Rise of the Tomb Raider I thought that game was stunning, and it is, but this next gen effort from Naughty Dog make Rise' look it's being played on a broken ass 70's TV smeared with KY jelly! This is by a country mile the best looking game I've ever played. I barely even know where to start. It's like every single pixel in this game had someone spend several minutes contemplating wether that was the right placement and color for it. It's actually a little disappointing that the game isn't as open as some other games so you can check out more of the amazing environments and locations you see. The game is rightfully proud of the environments and setting, they're gorgeous, enhanced by great draw distances with very sharp textures from both far away and close up. There's also a great deal of life and non-player related actions going on with little animals scurrying about in the corner of your eye, the grass and leaves and other aspects of the world moving around naturally. The best part is the fantastic photo mode is back from The Last of Us: Remastered so one can capture these amazing places in a fun and creative way. The character models and animations are so realistic and natural looking, no doubt due to the same kind of capture animation work we saw in The Last of Us. It's not overly cinematic though, this still feels like a game throughout, it's just and incredibly detailed, almost photo-realistic one. Allot is borrowed from The Last Of Us in other ways too with basically the same dynamic, usually hidden UI and a natural view of documents and Drake's Journal. This is important in what is a very story-focused game to break tandem as little as humanly possible and Naughty Dog have proven yet again they are the kings. The game also runs like a dream. No FPS problems, crashes or glitches to report, it's just beautifully crafted. I mean fuck it! in this regard, this game deserves the Spinal Tap treatment! 11/10 Now, I'm not gonna spend to much time on this for two reasons. One, it'll be very hard to go into any detail at all without leaving spoilers and two, being from the same people that brought you The Last of Us, you know what to expect. Think National Treasure except longer, better, not stupid and without Nicolas Cage (Although I have to admit that I'm not sure if that last one is a positive or a negative.) and that's basically the idea. The good thing is that one doesn't need to know anything about the previous Uncharted games to follow this story, but there is plenty of fan service for those that have played them. Nathan Drake now retired from, well, being Nathan Drake, is drawn back into seeking a long lost pirate treasure to pay off a dept left buy his brother Sam... and that's about all I can say without spoiling anything, so I'll just move on. The story isn't that groundbreaking, but like in The Last of Us it's told in such a believable way with very character driven, natural writing and superb voice acting is what makes the game so addicting, you simply don't want to put it down and wait 'till tomorrow to see what happens next. I don't find the lure in this as interesting as The Last of Us, and I wouldn't say the story is actually better than Rise of the Tomb Raider either, just better told with more focus and better developed characters, it's just an undeniably engrossing storytelling experience that rivals just about any game, movie or TV show I've seen and is actually my favorite part of the game. This is what you're paying for with this game and it's where most of the value comes from. 9/10 Wait, let check something first... Yep, still fits. You know how I said this game isn't as good as Rise of the Tomb Raider? Yes, of course you do, you're still sharpening your pitchfork. Well, I say that because despite Uncharted 4 being better in looks and story, it is inferior where it's most important, the actual gameplay. Now, this is a good game to play, don't get me wrong, but my problems are not so much with what's here and more with what isn't. Think about it; Leveling Mechanics The Last of Us : Use herbs in the world as a kind of currency to upgrade stat's and abilities. Rise of the Tomb Raider : Earn XP from story missions, side activities, collectibles and enemy kills to acquire skill points to purchase new skills from 3 different skill trees. Between Rise of the Tomb Raider and The Last of Us, this is the superior system. Uncharted 4 : Nothing. Upgrade/Crafting Mechanics The Last of Us : Gather parts and salvage from the world to improve your weapons in a number ways. One can also create other items that share common ingredients and given resources are limited, so you have to decide what upgrades matter most. Objects found in the world can be actively modified and used as weapons. Rise of the Tomb Raider : Hunt and scavenge to find materials, components, salvage, animal pelts another resources that, like in The Last of Us, share common purposes so you have to choose what weapons and craft items are the most valuable to you. Again like The Last of Us you can make weapons out of objects lying around. There is more variety to the crafting and upgrade mechanics overall in Rise of the Tomb Raider compared to The Last of Us, so this is again the superior system. Uncharted 4 : Nothing I'm not saying that every game has to have these kinds of mechanics, I'm just making a point that when The Last of Us, a game that clearly provides allot of the DNA for Uncharted 4 has these ideas and it's big (timed) exclusive rival on Xbox, Rise of the Tomb Raider also has such mechanics and takes them even further improving on it's predecessor significantly, it really bugs me that there is actually so little here. Uncharted 4 is way more linear than Rise' so offers way less room to explore it's undeniably beautiful world, so it feels like a bit of a wasted opportunity. I know some of you may be thinking "Why does it have to be like Tomb Raider anyway? You don't to explore in every game of this type" and you know, I'd agree with you, if it wasn't for this; Why does it have a crappier version of the same treasure collection and inspection mechanic as Tomb Raider? Besides, none of these objects are interesting. There's no good description of what they are or where they came from, they don't tie into the game story nor the environment in which you find them and whilst you can roll them around and look at them you can't learn anything additional about them like you can with some of the relics in Tomb Raider. Worst of all, because there's no leveling mechanic for this system to tie into, there's no meaningful incentive to even bother collecting them in the first place. This is a half-assed, tacked on, copy-cat mechanic that serves no purpose. Do yourselves a favor, if you play Uncharted 4 and see something blinking on the ground, ignore it, it's just there to waste your time. Both Tomb Raider and Uncharted 4 use similar 3rd person platforming and climbing mechanics and whilst these are superb in both games, Uncharted I just don't find as fun because the controls are slower and feel more fussy and there is less options for movement. In Rise', one can use climbing axes on walls and ice, swing and climb on ropes, rope slide, use climbing arrows along with the usual normal run, climb and jump stuff. In Uncharted, there's a rope you can hook onto things to climb and swing from and a spike you push into a wall that's basically a slower, more cumbersome version of the climbing axes from tomb raider, and that's about it. You can't even sprint for God sake! That's becoming a pet peeve of mine. Why do so many games not have this? Even The Last of Us had a sprint button! Why use The Last of Us engine as backbone for this when you take out so much of the good stuff? You drive a car and a boat at times in the game, but there isn't much to say. The car is allot of fun being a 4x4 and you can winch things and I wish there was more of that. Combat is a similar story. Again, there's nothing really wrong it in Uncharted 4, it's fantastic in fact, but there's just less to it. You can hold two weapons at a time and swap them for guns you pick up, so in this regard it plays like a typical modern 3rd or 1st person shooter. The shooting mechanics are great, the guns have punch and you can feel the variety in them thanks partly to some superb sound design and realistic visual recoil. The enemy AI is well programmed and even on the stranded difficulty the game is decent challenge, so a point there against Rise' where you have to play "Seasoned Raider" for it to be the same level. Despite that, I prefer Rise' because there's a better variety of enemies, especially if you count the hunting mechanics, a choice of four class of weapons you can switch to at any time including stealth weapons, something Uncharted 4 doesn't have outside of multiplayer. Speaking of stealth, everything is perfectly fine in Uncharted. Nothing we haven't seen before in other games so I'm not gonna go to far into it, but compare to The Last of Us it's a downgrade as stealth was such a huge part in that game and compared to Rise' there's less incentive to use it as you so often sneak past a group of enemies, find you target zone is choke point where it's impossible not to be spotted, so you have to battle all the enemies you just snuck past from a corner. No, that happend to me all time, so it can't be a coincidence. Another thing that happend to me at least 3 or 4 times is enemies spawning behind me at checkpoints. Like most games, the sections of the game have automatic checkpoints you go back to when you die to replay that section. The combat and platforming sections in Uncharted 4 are pretty long, and that's fine, and thus have checkpoints within them. The thing is though during some of the combat sections I start a checkpoint somewhere in the middle of the combat section and I find the enemies that I killed to get there have re-spawned behind me! One point in particular after dying I found myself under attack from RPG's and Assault rifles ahead of me with 3 guys behind attracting with guns in a pincer! So, because I died the first time trying to take on the RPG group that was hard enough, I then have to fight that group plus the group I took out to get their in the first place while unfairly out flanked. So as you my have guessed, I had to re-play this section over and over in haze of frustration. I was really impressed by the melee combat at first with all the double take downs I was pulling off in the prison fight and all that but my joy was short lived as I began to realize the games superb animations are cover for how scripted the melee combat really is. The Last of Us, again, was better in this regard in my opinion, it's just felt more real. Rise of the Tomb Raider's melee combat isn't great, in fact it's worse, but at least I felt I had control over it and that game doesn't focus on melee that much. The combat is broken up buy a number of puzzle sections. Now, there isn't much to say here either, they're relatively easy and aside from story tie-ins, not that memorable. The Tombs In Tomb Raider I prefer because it's a similar level of problem solving along with a dynamic test of reflexes and ability to negotiate platforms as well. The game does claw back points with the multiplayer. Here, the game feels faster and more fluent with good verticality and movement. The games fine gun combat serves well here to and employs a kind of MOBA style in match purchasing mechanic to obtain more powerful weapons and abilities for a short time. This looks very promising to me at the moment, but I've not played that much of it yet, so I'll have to play a bit with it and update this part of the review. If anyone want's to give their input on the multiplayer let me know because I think having others input is helpful to cover the bases. It is better the Rise of The Tomb Raider here given the fact Rise of the Tomb Raiser has no multiplayer... so yeah. Multiplayer aside, my thoughts on the gameplay are this. They did what was adequate and said, "That'll do". It's a very enjoyable game, but I was just expecting so much more for a hyped, modern, big budget adventure from a developer that I know can do much better than this. Good gameplay mechanics, but half in quantity of what you'd want from a game like this, really only one way to score the game in this regard. 5/10 Final Verdict There's no denying I liked this game and will continue to enjoy it through the multiplayer, but having enjoyed the very similar Rise of the Tomb Raider and Naughty Dog's previous big hitter The Last of Us so much more I have felt a little let down. The fairly bare game mechanics made the game more frustrating and tedious that it needed to be. I actually wish I had played the game on it's lowest difficulty to enjoy what it did best. It's amazing looks and wholesomely engrossing storytelling experience bolster it up, but on a foundation of bare bones, albeit well executed gameplay mechanics gives me little incentive to play through it again other than for the multiplayer. Maybe it was wrong to build my exceptions of the backs of two games I love as much as Rise of the Tomb Raider and The Last of Us, but one can't deny the omissions in Uncharted 4 any more than one can deny it's beauty. I was gonna go for 6/10, but decided that what the multiplayer shows in promise is worthy of giving the game the benefit of the doubt. So, overall...