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  1. 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
  2. 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...
  3. Square Enix released a teaser trailer today, announcing Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age. Source - http://kotaku.com/final-fantasy-xii-remastered-for-ps4-1780732751
  4. E3 Trailer Survive on Mars Gameplay trailer It's kinda weird that nobody seems to be talking about this, to be honest I'm not quite sure what to think myself. So I decided to start a topic about it to get a scope on it and see what people think about this game that releases next week. At first glance it seems like a fairly standard but potentially enjoyable action RPG from the same Developer and Publisher as Bound by Flame. You play a young Tecnomancer , a mage type warrior who has been enhanced by cybernetic implants. There are 3 combat styles each with their own skill tree's, crafting and a choice of AI controlled co-operative partners which you unlock through the story. So what are your thoughts...... Could this Mars adventure be "Totall Recall" hit or will it turn out to be a big dull rock?
  5. Gravity Rush Remastered Review Written by Jose Vega NOTE: I imported my copy from Play-Asia. In 2012, Gravity Rush was released for the PlayStation Vita. Back then it was well received for its presentation, gameplay aesthetics and taking full advantage of the handheld’s capabilities. While it did attract a following, it didn’t sell well enough due to Sony’s lack of support for the handheld. Four years have passed and fans were asking to see if there would be a sequel. They got their wish last year with the announcement of Gravity Rush 2 as well as an updated version of the first one, titled Gravity Rush Remastered. Now on a more powerful console, does this game hold itself well or has its weight come crashing down? Story If you are familiar with Gravity Rush then the plot is straightforward. The game takes place in the floating city of Heskeville. You play the role of Kat, a young girl with amnesia. She then meets a strange cat that gives her the power to control gravity. Kat uses these powers to protect the city and its people from many threats ranging from the gravity storm to a strange band of monsters called the Nevi who plague the city. At the same time, Kat learns more about her home, her powers and ultimately her origins. For a story, it’s pretty simple. I have no complaints with it and it’s told between cutscenes, text between characters and pictures. The pictures are done similar to a comic book, moving in many directions and giving it a unique style. I like it. It’s pretty good and the music also adds atmosphere. It has some moments that can shock you, surprise you and makes you want more. Gameplay Now if you’re looking for something complex, it isn’t here. The game is a mix between action adventure, open world and platforming. Of course it isn’t a game unless you have ways to defend yourself. This game has plenty and there are many ways how to do it. They can range from physical combat to even using gravity to lob objects at foes from a distance. But it’s not just limited to the ground. You can take the fight anywhere, as enemies will attack you from all sides. This is where the gravity aspect kicks in. Kat is a Shifter, someone who can shift and use gravity. Her powers allow her to move anywhere depending on where you want her to go. It’s also used to attack airborne enemies and most can go down fast. Heck with gravity, she can slide adding a means of fast movement you can use to travel around. She also can stick to walls and ceilings with no problem, adding not only a layer of depth to combat but to exploration as well. Bear in mind however that all of this comes with a price, her gravity gauge. Using all of her gravity skills take up energy and if you run out, she has no choice but to fall down. It refills over time so make sure you use your powers with care. Of course the game gives you the option to strengthen Kat and you do it with Precious Gems. They are the currency for the game and carry various uses, ranging from restoring Heskeville’s many areas to leveling up your character. Yes. This game has RPG elements. You use Precious Gems to level up your character in four different categories: Gravity Powers, Combat Powers, Core Powers and Special Attacks. Gravity Powers relate to moves involving gravity use, Combat Powers involve how strong your attacks can be, Core Powers relate to stuff such as increasing health, recovery time and shifting speed and Special Powers determine how strong your special attacks are. You start off with not much to use but the game’s end, you’ll see just how powerful Kat can be. I like that since you can be able to make Kat however you like but do bear in mind, if you want to survive, you have to get stronger. All I’ve told you will be needed if you want to tackle this 10-12 hour campaign. In addition, this game also includes all the DLC that was released for the PlayStation Vita and they total an additional 2 hours. In short you’re getting more for your money’s worth. I say this because the game costs around $30. To me, that’s well worth it and I feel that anyone who buys that is going to get his or her money’s worth. One of the most notable features that Gravity Rush Remastered has is that most of the stuff you can do on the Vita can now be done with a simple controller. Sure you can still move the DualShock 4 about while you gravity slide but personally it’s a good thing. Helps make things easier for people that didn’t like the controls on the Vita. Design I will say that the game looks absolutely amazing on the PlayStation 4. Sure, for its time on the PlayStation Vita, the graphics look well done. But when it’s brought onto the PS4, the graphics underwent a massive upgrade. It looks phenomenal. Absolutely phenomenal! Made even better when the game is run at 60 FPS (frames per second). It truly Is something. There isn’t much in terms of flaws but I feel that the game is perfect. There is some voice acting but its better to watch what happens than having to hear it. Not much to say since it’s basically a remastered port of a Vita game but hey, the guys behind it delivered and they should be praised. Conclusion It’s a rare thing where an updated version of a game does a lot better than the original port. Gravity Rush Remastered is proof of that. Amazing updated graphics, refined gameplay and improved controls help make the experience satisfying. That and at a $30 price tag is even more rewarding. Gravity Rush 2 is on the horizon so if anyone wants to prep up for when it comes out, this game is it. Gravity Rush Remastered is a must buy. You will be coming out happy. I give Gravity Rush Remastered a 9 out of 10. This game is a Must Buy! Additional Notes This review is long overdue as I was busy with other priorities. Fortunately I want to get them all out of the way so I can focus on what's happening right now especially with the games that I hope to play and cover.
  6. For all Nathan Drake Fans please give me a direction. i played the Nathan Drake Collection Demo, first time to the franchise...so friggin awesome! Would you recommend I buy the ND Collection for the ps4 BEFORE buying Uncharted 4, or just go straight for the new title? It was so awesome but i don't know if it would be better (or not) knowing the backstory and history first, or does UC4 just stand alone? Thanks Angry Friends. -noob to the franchise, but experienced gamer.
  7. Special thanks to Image & Form Games for providing me a copy of this game and to be honest, a game like this is something I SO WANT to enjoy. Before anyone asks, I played Steamworld Dig and it was a fun exploration type game reminiscent of Metroid but with digging and searching for jewels. However here, Steamworld Heist takes place in outer space. However instead of playing as one character, you get to play with an entire party of like-minded space cowboy robots that kick butt and take names. Not only that but you can collect water (currency) in order to buy new weapons, items and to extend your storage. It's really fun and I was able to record the first hour of it. If people like it then I'll do more because honestly, I love this game. So much so in fact that I hope to get it on Wii U and 3DS. Why? Because I want to support these guys. They're awesome. But if you want to see the game for yourself, here's the video.
  8. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan – A Review by Jose Vega Purchased digital copy via PSN for the sake of review... and sadly regrets it. This game is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC. Since the 1980s, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have been a phenomenon that has changed the world and our way of life. Whether it is the comics or the cartoons, it is a franchise that many of us grew up on. With video games however, it’s sort of mixed. You have good games such as TMNT 4: Turtles in Time and TMNT Battle Nexus and bad games like Out of the Shadows. Now the reins of the heroes in a half shell are in the hands of Activision and Platinum Games. The question is will they be able to pull it off and deliver a game worth playing or are the four destined to end up in video game obscurity? Let’s start with the story. The story involves Shredder and General Krang hatching a plot to invade Earth and take over. We never learn how they do it other than a cutscene in the beginning stating that everything’s ready. It’s up to the Turtles to stop the Shredder and Krang from succeeding. The story isn’t much to work with but it’s pretty barebones. You get various cutscenes of the Turtles dealing with many of the bad guys and eventually it all connects to their true plans. It’s straightforward but I wish it could be done better. Mutants in Manhattan don’t pack much in terms of its content. All you have is a single player and online co-op. Regardless you trek through nine levels battling enemies and eventually a boss fight with a TMNT villain. Within each level, you have to complete objectives in order to fill up a blue gauge. You are graded by how quick you’re able to complete them. They can range from beating up enemies, carrying bombs to a portal, disarming bombs, destroying trucks, etc. Complete them fast and you’ll be rewarded with an S rank. You also get bonuses depending on which characters accomplished what and they can range too. It helps if you get lots of bonuses to boost your score so you can use the points to get supplies. Buying supplies such as pizzas, drinks, weapons cost points so you need to manage what’s best for you. At the end of every level, you take on a different boss. In some cases if you’re skilled in dealing damage, another boss will join in to make the fight difficult. That’s a secret boss and there is one per level. Some bosses can be challenging, requiring your skill to be at your best. There are also multiple difficulty settings that can either make things easier or harder. Beating it in Hard will unlock Very Hard mode and that can be even tougher. As for the turtles, well they are very straightforward. Each of them is similar in terms of attacks and movement but what set them apart are their abilities. You have the option to customize their loadouts. Each character has access to four special moves as well as up to 3 charms. You start with one but once you beat the game in the harder settings, they’ll be unlocked. As you progress through the game, you’ll unlock special attacks that you can purchase with trainer points and afterwards you can level them up with trainer points to make them stronger. The higher the level, the stronger the attack and the less of a cooldown you’ll have to endure. Sometimes if two characters do a similar special move, they can do a co-op attack that can deal a lot of damage. Use it a lot if you want to make things better. Charms can also be enhanced to increase their effects or if you don’t like them, you can destroy them to obtain materials. Materials are needed to improve the effects so you are required to beat down enemies and bosses in order to acquire them. If you’re playing offline, the AI is acceptable with four different orders you can give the other turtles. They follow it to a T and its done very well. I will say that design wise, many of the TMNT characters bear resemblance to the IDW comics and they did it very well. They were able to capture the feel of the comics brought to life in this game. Very good. The voice acting is strong and at times humorous thanks to Michaelangelo. The other VAs all did great and it was a high point I find to be satisfying. Very satisfying. Although I see good things about this game, there are some things I didn’t like. For example, the game isn’t that long. You can beat it in roughly 3 ½ hours. I’m legit. The whole game can be beat in under 4 hours on Normal, with another few in the harder settings. It was a bit of a bummer because most other games tend to be longer and provide a lot more. Since it does have replayability in the form of higher difficulties, the leveling up system, who am I to complain? Another fault I find is that it’s repetitive. You basically button mash to beat down bad guys in order to fill up a gauge until its full and then you head for the boss fight. It’s just stale and boring, having to do the same thing over and over, in nine stages. That makes it unsatisfying especially if you have to get all the trophies. The game also doesn’t run at 60fps. It runs on 30. Why? I have little clue. Oh and there’s no offline co-op. That to me is disappointing because every other TMNT game I played has an offline co-op. Co-op is there but it’s online only of up to 4 players. I didn’t try it but I’m not really sure how it works. It is good that there’s online co-op but the fact that there’s no offline co-op really hurts the game. It does. Overall, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan is an all right game. I will say that it’s fun they brought many villains from the show to beat up, good replayability, an interesting leveling system for attacks and online co-op. But its lack of offline co-op, repetitive gameplay and lack of variety kind of hurt the game. Made worse is that it’s short with nine stages, despite the fact that replay value is there for those who want it. Unfortunately I paid $50 for this game hoping that it would be a game that would be satisfying. It didn’t. No disrespect to Platinum Games because I love what they do but I think they kind of flopped it. If it was to tie in to the upcoming TMNT film, Out of the Shadows… well they didn’t do a good job. Better luck next time. Activision… can I get my money back please? I would rather put it towards something better like Overwatch. I give TMNT: Mutants in Manhattan a 6 out of 10.
  9. As of right now SMITE is celebrating 20 million players. They have a gem reward (50 gems for three wins of the day, refreshes daily) and a special gift to people who log in before June 3rd: type in "#20million" and get Bellona and a skin for her for free! I hope everyone has been enjoying SMITE and that we continue to even after this community accomplishment. Happy gaming! Full article: http://www.smitegame.com/20-million-player-celebration/
  10. Hello everyone! my name is Luis, 25 years, im from Mexico D.F. and im joining the Angry army. I´ve been a big fan from Angry Joe show since almost 4 years, i like the angry reviews, the top 10´s, movie reviews and all the new content, most of the time before i buy a new big copmany game (like battleborn, dragons dogma, etc) i always go to see if there´s a review on that game from angry Joe hahaha . Im mostly a ps player, starting from nes, snes, n64 and there j jumped to ps1, ps2, ps3 and ps4, also have a wiiu, big neptunia fan also. Hoping to play with a lot of you guys in various games. PSN ID: Yugi_-
  11. Hi everyone, new recruit here willing to fight for the army. I have been a long time fan the AJ videos, about two years now, and love his honest and quality reviews. The Angry Army has always wondered me, for its focus on strategy, fellowship and comradery. Glad to join this community and hope to play lots of games with you all specially on PS4!
  12. Here are the PlayStation Plus free game line-up for May 2016: Full List Here: NBA 2K16 (PS4) The NBA 2K franchise is back with the most true-to-life NBA experience to date with NBA 2K16. Featuring an all-new MyCAREER experience written, directed and produced by acclaimed filmmaker Spike Lee. Guide your MyPLAYER through the complete NBA journey, take control of an entire NBA franchise, or hone your skills online competing against gamers from around the world. With animations that provide smoother movement and more realistic articulation, and a unique cover design featuring NBA stars Stephen Curry, Anthony Davis and James Harden, it’s certain to be the most authentic NBA gaming experience yet. Gone Home (PS4) June 7, 1995. 1:15 AM. You arrive home after a year abroad. You expect your family to greet you, but the house is empty. Something's not right. Where is everyone? And what's happened here? Find out for yourself as you explore the house on Arbor Hill in the award-winning game that’s been called “a remarkable achievement” (IGN) and “the greatest video game love story ever told” (The New York Times). Echochrome (PS3) Put your powers of perception to the test in echochrome, where the enigmatic Walker wanders crazy 3D mazes and hazards loom at every turn. Luckily, you are on hand to help the Walker find his way: with a little imagination and some careful level rotation you can get a new perspective on the obstacles ahead – or even remove them altogether. Siren: Blood Curse (PS3) Deep in the mountains of Japan lies Hanuda, a village with a troubled past. Whispered tales tell of strange rituals taking place here, of human sacrifice and the call of a ghostly siren that spells danger for the living – and a murderous new life for the dead. God of War: Chains of Olympus (Vita/PSP) A great shadow covers the land. Helios, god of the sun, lies trapped in the Underworld as chaos reigns. Only the cursed warrior Kratos, slave to the gods of Olympus, can restore the light and escape the dire sins of his past. Little Deviants (Vita) Chased across the galaxy by an angry gang of robots, the Little Deviants – a mischievous race of alien creatures – have crash-landed on the Whoman world. And now they’re in big trouble! Help them to rebuild their spaceship before evil robots and undead zombies can hunt them down. All of these titles will be free to PlayStation Plus members on the first Tuesday of June (06/07/2016) 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/2016/05/31/playstation-plus-free-games-for-june-2016/
  13. Hello my name is Badass123 i seek players on ps4 to play battlefield 4 or battlefield hardline, mic is prefered but not requierd. i ask this due to not having anyone to play with and not alot of people have mics in battlefield apperently. therefore i reach out to the comunity in hope for new friends and my gamertag is Windwhisper-
  14. Hey guys and gals James here aka Wade D McGinnis. Today I bring you the review to DOOM 2016! Check out the video, let me know your thoughts and as always, catch you next time!
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    Hey everybody, i'd love to play R6siege with you guys on ps4, feel free to add if you're interested, terrorist hunt or even multiplayer,whichever you like .But yeah, thats pretty much it. Thank you, good day. Hoping to hear from you guys :3: (P.s im not the best player, but i still manage , and if you're adding me please put AJSA as a msg so i know its you guys, cheers)
  16. Planetside 2 has come to PS4 we need to Rule the server and take over as the Terran Republic will you stand and fight or flee your choice.
  17. Here are the PlayStation Plus free game line-up for May 2016: Full List Here: Tropico 5 (PS4) Stepping into the boots of virtual dictator, El Presidente, you’ll guide and direct the everyday life of your beloved Tropicans. Farm llamas, build textiles plants, and occasionally concern yourself with the well-being of your residents, while secretly funneling money to your Swiss Bank Account. Tropico 5 also has four-player online multiplayer where you can battle it out with other would-be dictators online. Table Top Racing: World Tour (PS4) Get behind the wheel of one of 12 ultra-cool, fully-customisable miniature cars and attempt to master 24 race tracks in Championship mode. There are a series of Special Events to beat, or you can go online and challenge up to eight friends to find out who is the ultimate racer. Bionic Commando Rearmed 2 (PS3) Equipped with his famous bionic arm, Nathan 'Rad' Spencer swings back into action in order to stop General Sabio from launching a deadly missile strike. Swing, leap, and shoot your way through lush new environments as you encounter countless enemies and huge bosses throughout the island of Papagaya. LocoRoco Cocoreccho! (PS3) Play as a butterfly and guide the cute little LocoRoco to safety. The LocoRocos respond to the environment, interact with each other, and sing along to the music. LocoRoco Cocoreccho! brings all new gameplay, use of the SIXAXIS™ wireless controller technology, mini-games, and online rankings. Switch Galaxy Ultra (Vita/PS4) Welcome to the fastest gaming experience on PlayStation® that’s loaded with content and features that will have you blazing across the galaxy at breakneck speeds. Weave your way past obstacles and enemies as you travel across the galaxy collecting the highly prized Tantalum for Dakur Technology. Earn credits to spend on new ships and upgrades, hit speed-ups and collect power-ups to get record times and take part in 2 exciting online multiplayer modes. If that’s not enough try out the survival mode with one life and infinity in front of you, how long can you last? God of War: Ghost of Sparta (Vita/PSP) Set in the realm of Greek mythology, God of War®: Ghost of Sparta is a single-player game that allows players to take on the powerful role of Spartan warrior Kratos. This new adventure picks up after God of War® concludes, telling the story of Kratos’ ascension to power as the God of War. In his quest to rid himself of the nightmares that haunt him, Kratos must embark on a journey that will reveal the origins of lost worlds, and finally answer long-awaited questions about his dark past. Armed with the deadly chained Blades of Athena, he will have to overcome armies of mythological monsters, legions of undead soldiers, and amazingly dangerous and brutal landscapes throughout his merciless quest. All of these titles will be free to PlayStation Plus members on the first Tuesday of May (05/03/2016) 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/2016/04/27/playstation-plus-free-games-for-may-2016/
  18. Hey guys and gals! James here aka Wade D McGinnis and today, a new review. This time on the Playstation 4. A exclusive/re-imagining of Ratchet and Clank! A third person platforming/shooter where you slowly develop a bolt fetish.
  19. I consider myself one of the old guard; always playing single player games and never any multiplayer. But with the recent flood of "hero shooters" and multiplayer only shooters, I think I'm gonna finally give in as there are hardly any single player games anymore. A lot of my old friends have left gaming and I found myself in another pickle; I don't have anyone to play these types of games with. So I would like to start playing with a regular group of people and thought the AJSA would be a perfect place to start! So please if you would indulge me, let me know if you're available! Oh and also any recommendations? I have Rainbow Six Siege just waiting in my queue! P.S. I primarily play PC and PS4!
  20. From the creators Bastion and Transistor (Supergiant Games) comes Pyre, a new party-based role-playing game. In Pyre, you lead a band of exiles through an ancient competition spread across a vast, mystical purgatory. Pyre will be making its console debut on PS4 2017.
  21. Hey guys and gals! James here aka Wade D McGinnis! Surprise more reviews! I feel at this point you may grab your pitchforks given that I seem to spam the forums with reviews. Third one will probably come out tomorrow haha. This is Salt & Sanctuary on Playstation 4! Imagine if the Souls series had a baby with Castlevania. Challenging, fun, deep, and vague as hell. With couch coop from start to finish and a price tag that really should've been higher. Check out the review! Let me know your thoughts.
  22. So there wasn't much for me to download on the PS+ this month but I have downloaded Zombi and Dead Star regardless. What is everyone's opinion on Dead Star? I think it's just multiplayer so if there aren't many of you to play with I may not give it much attention.
  23. Hey I'm looking to having a few gaming nights with some local friends. Lately I have been in a slump so I'd like to find some good games I can play on the couch with friends. It seems like nowadays nearly all games on PS4 are limited to 1P only, with networked multiplayer (which doesn't work if your 3 other friends don't have a PS4 and a copy of that game...) So, please recommend some games you find really fun to play with friends in local coop. I'm thinking along the lines like classic Mario Party. Rocket League? Magikcka 2? Broforce? Thanks for any and all suggestions.
  24. Hi! I would like to introduce myself to the community. My name is Johnna and I live in san Francisco but Im originally from NYC. I have a fetish for superpowered gaming rigs and specifically gpus. I test video games but I prefer to focus on nonfiction/content/copywriting. I would love to meet anyone in my area and Im open to friends in all areas. Its a pleasure to be a part of this community and I hope I'll make a worthy contribution to it. Angry joe and other joe, you guys are so funny! I never miss a youtube upload. Keep up the good work because I am such a huge fan. J
  25. Here are the PlayStation Plus free game line-up for April 2016: Full List Here: Dead Star (PS4) A team-based shooter with RPG influence that we are excited to have launch as a Plus game. Dreamed up by the folks at Armature Studio (Founded by key members of the Metroid Prime team!), Dead Star is the result of a “Wouldn’t it be cool if…” process that started with a space shooter foundation and includes elements of strategy and MOBA-like titles. Zombi (PS4) The second PS4 game this month is Zombi, a first-person survival-horror experience. Zombi really was at the forefront of the resurgence we’ve seen in recent years of genuine survival-horror games. The London setting combined with well-paced gameplay sets Zombi apart from more action-oriented titles. Add in the extra challenge of permadeath and it’s easy to see why this game became a cult hit. I Am Alive (PS3) One year after the Event, a worldwide cataclysmic event that wiped most of the human race, a man struggles for survival in a desolate city as he tries to reunite with his long lost wife and daughter. In this believable post-apocalyptical tale, there are no supernatural threats, just an everyman who faces the permanent insecurity of a now decaying and hazardous world and humanity’s darkest inclinations. Will you hang on to your humanity and help strangers or are you ready to sacrifice others in order to survive? Savage Moon (PS3) Savage Moon is an action strategy game in which you must defend a remote mining facility from a deadly army of alien creatures known as Insectocytes. Using an arsenal of high-tech military hardware, shield the base from wave after wave of attacks – the more bugs you blast, the more credits you’ll earn to enhance your artillery or buy new weapons. Shütshimi (Vita) Shütshimi is a randomized shoot'em up about a muscle-bound fish with memory problems defending the seven seas. Defeat or navigate through waves of enemies, collecting new upgrades every 10 seconds that change up the gameplay as you battle your way through each of the game's bosses. A Virus Named Tom (Vita) A perfect place. A city without traffic. A dog that doesn't poop. All products of the brilliant mind of Dr. X, but hell hath no fury like a mad scientist fired by a giant corporation. In this unique action-puzzler you take control of TOM, a virus created for one purpose: revenge. Hack your way through brain scrambling puzzles while maneuvering through a thumb cramping maze of enemies. Team up through over 50 cooperative levels in what MMGN is calling "The most addictive co-op game we've played since Portal 2." And if the over 100 levels aren't enough, you and your friends can destroy each other again and again in battle mode to determine just who is the supreme virus. All of these titles will be free to PlayStation Plus members on the first Tuesday of April (04/05/2016) 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/2016/03/30/playstation-plus-free-games-for-april-2016/