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  1. Hey guys and gals James here aka Wade D McGinnis today I have the review for Layers of Fear: Inheritance! This is DLC that takes place from the perspective of the daughter. Check it out and let me know your thoughts!
  2. Hey is anybody in the GOI AJSA Army, know what faction are they going too? Because I'm pretty stumped right now, and I'm still waiting to join their crew!
  3. Hey guys and gals James here aka Wade D McGinnis and tonight, yes it is night for me, I have the review for Song of the Deep. From the creator's of Ratchet and Clank comes one of the first games published by GameTrust aka GameStop! Let me know your thoughts on the game and your thoughts on a retailer becoming a publisher.
  4. Hey guys and gals James here aka Wade D McGinnis and today I have the review for The Room Two for PC! Been working on Song of the Deep and I am Setsuna so expect those out in the next couple of days. Let me know your thoughts on the Room Two! As always, catch you next time!
  5. Hey guys and gals James here aka Wade D McGinnis and this week I give you the review of Inside from the creators of Limbo. This 2.5D puzzle platformer will surely shock you if not outright make you scratch your head wondering what you just played. Let me know your thoughts on Inside. Whether you enjoyed the journey or felt cheated at the end?
  6. 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?
  7. Hey guys and gals! James here aka Wade D McGinnis and today I give you the review to the PC release of Steamworld Heist. This is a turn-based 2D steampunk space strategy game. Where the player has control over their shots and hats are the height of your power. Check out the review and let me know your thoughts on it!
  8. Like the Title says, I'm extremely new to making YouTube videos and editing in general. This will probably as amateurish as it gets. I recorded my game play with OBS and edited with Hit Film 4 express. Feed back of any kind would be much appreciated. Thank You. https://youtu.be/feNOe9AQoTk
  9. Hey guys just joined the forums, and I really want to jump into PC gaming so I decided to build my own PC. (By the way I am new to PC building so I might be clueless to some computer building vocabulary) So, after researching here and there I have come up with this rig and was wondering what you guys think of it. Any advise will help and my budget is $700 (I am a college student so yeah) CPU: Intel Core i5-6500 3.2GHz Mother Board: Gigabyte GA-B150M Micro ATX LGA1151 RAM: Kingston Hyper X Furry 8GB (2x4GB) DDR4 2133 Storage: Seagate 1TB Video Card: EVGA GTX 960 4GB (might buy roommates GTX 980) Case: Cougar Spike MicroATX Mini Tower case Power: EVGA 500W 80+ Bronze I am aiming to play Fallout 4, Overwatch, and Guild Wars 2 And againg any help is appreciated!
  10. Hey guys and gals, James here aka Wade D McGinnis! Today I bring the review to Homefront: The Revolution! This was reviewed with a heavy heart. Let me know your thoughts on the game and as always, catch you next time!
  11. The first Watchdogs was a huge disappointment for what many thought it was going to look, and play like, but one of the worst things about it was how poorly it performed on PC, and how little attention the PC version got. Now that refunds are a thing on Steam, and PC gamers are more skeptical about the sequel of this game, do you think Ubisoft will actually try to do a good port for the PC version of this game?
  12. Hey guys and gals James here aka Wade D McGinnis. Today I give you the review for Battleborn. Took longer then expected but here it is! Let me know your thoughts on the game and as always, catch you next time!
  13. 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.
  14. 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/
  15. Hello! I'm 31, and a French adventure game fan! I am developing an adventure game named "Demetrios", which you may have heard about (it was mentioned on pretty much every adventure game site worldwide!) Here's my game trailer : The game is currently on Kickstarter, and has reached its small funding goal with 10 days left! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/983902887/demetrios Here's the game description : The game is called "Demetrios - The BIG cynical adventure". It's meant to be a classic Point & Click, inspired by Broken Sword, but with a specific cynical humor and very interactive / contextual (characters will often react to the stupid things you do!) I'm doing everything myself : programming, graphics, musics, dialogs... and marketing What do you think? Again, the Kickstarter's here : https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/983902887/demetrios
  16. Hey guys and gals! James here aka Wade D McGinnis. Today, little late however I bring the review for Dark Souls 3 on PC. Check it out and let me know your thoughts on the game.
  17. Hello here is my attempt to play the new doom i hope you will like the video and stay tuned for more. Planing to record whole game.
  18. Hello just want to share my gameplay im still learning Hope and thanks for watching
  19. So since there was an introduce forum here, I thought why not just do it. So, i'm Azula551(In game name of course :p), i'm 18 year old residing from India. I uh, let's see, I just play anything and everything as long it is fun to play. Basically a PC guy, would kill to own a console(Nintendo preferred), Saints Row 3 is where the love at(Again). Apart from gaming, I have a hobby of reading books, going through Graphic Novels, watching Animes, collecting Transformers whenever I can, and starting to get a bit into cosplaying. I'm also handling the PR for a startup tech and gaming website called Techarx.com So I guess that is it.
  20. Been watching for quite awhile now and I've lost my old gaming group. Been finding it difficult recently to do much, so I figured, I'd try this out. Tons of games on steam. Lots of 2s. Dungeon Defenders 2, L4D2, Sanctum 2, Killing Floor 2, Orcs Must Die 2. Nazi Zombie Sniper 2. If I had a group of people to play with, I'd try getting back into some of the f2p mmos as well. Currently, I have Warframe and Path of Exile installed. League of Legends, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm, Mass Effect 3, Far Cry 4. Smash 4 and Xenoblade Chronicles X on Wii U. So... yeah. Let's see what kind of crazy shit we can get into.
  21. 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!
  22. Hey guys and gals James here aka Wade D McGinnis! Again I have come to show off another review. Is your pitchfork ready? This time, Hyper Light Drifter. A indie top down kickstarted action game that leans visually and mechanically on older titles like Legend of Zelda. Having challenging and precise combat with a vague story. You are put into a world with a sickness and need to figure out how to find a cure by murdering the local bosses. Check the review and let me know your thoughts!
  23. *** FOR AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY *** To: AJSA High Command From: UNDISCLOSED Ladies and gentlemen, I write this letter to you in hopes that my petition will get through. It's been a rough week on the front-lines. I've seen my fellow countrymen die for a cause, even my faith is wavering. The enemies of SUPER EARTH have thinned our numbers, but the recent strike we did to one of their major capitals has crippled them in return. I am not one to accept defeat that easily; call me stubborn. Nonetheless, I must insist you allow me this one wish. I require reinforcements at location UNDISCLOSED, at UNDISCLOSED hours. For all intents and purposes, I plead that you permit HELLDIVERS for PC to be granted unofficial-grade access. I overheard another soldier the other day talking about an event taking place for the PS4, but I'm stationed on PC... and you know I'm not heading back to the console war. I have my scars. Without anything else to say, I'll cut it short. Thanks for listening to this old war dog. Signed, The Colonel POST-LETTER DOCUMENT Points in favor: Will boost the morale of our troops. Also, motivation towards finding better, or simply, just enjoyable games to play.More rations of LiberTEA.Dynamic game mechanics can keep the AJSA HELLDIVERS community engaged thanks to its cooperative multiplayer.I volunteer to spearhead the assault. No need to wait until someone raises their hand. I'm here until you find someone better.HELLDIVERS has a discount of 30% on Steam as of date. Even without a discount, it's an arcade-priced game, accessible to anyone. This makes up for the low AJSA player count, so instead of scaring others with a large price tag, it encourages gamers to try it out.​Points against: Small number of players (most seem to be lurking).It seems people know its available for PS4, but not PC (it is available for PC through Steam).Lobbies are restricted to 4 players. Might have to create squad-sized subgroup chats in TeamSpeak. *** FOR AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY ***
  24. Hey guys and gals James here aka Wade D McGinnis! Recently I was given a PC copy to review Slain! I was really excited for this game. I heard the soundtrack. Saw the visual art style. It looked solid....well check the review to see whether this is a great game or shit in a basket! Let me know your thoughts on the game!