A Look at Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville Running Sideloaded on the OUYA
PlayStation All-Stars Should Return…but Not Right Now
But Playstation All-Stars is flawed, so flawed that the comparison to Smash Bros. is more a term of endearment than a copycat claim. The Super system makes basic attacks near useless, since repeated damage against an enemy can be easily reversed if they attack you back. The tug-o-war damage system makes overtime matches a routine annoyance. Many Super moves are also unbalanced (heaven help you if you face someone playing as Kratos), with little defense against even the basic moves. But the biggest problem with PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale is how it treats the PlayStation name. Compared to the fan service avalanche of Super Smash Bros., PS All-Stars’ roster is mostly composed of characters that don’t represent PlayStation well.
The Sky-Hook is a melee weapon and means of transportation throughout Columbia on its Sky-Lines. The Sky-Hook was originally inspired by adventurous teenagers using the Sky-Lines for joyriding; with makeshift tools which would later result in broken necks. Although citizens credit Jeremiah Fink for the Sky-Hook, it was actually created by R.J. Pickwick through his company’s sponsor, Fink Manufacturing. The Sky-Hook was used by workers to perform maintenance on Sky-Lines. It was later utilized by the Police as an essential tool for catching criminals, including the Vox Populi. Sky-Hooks are powerfully magnetized to the freight hooks and Sky-Lines in Columbia, allowing their users to make death-defying leaps from point-to-point with the knowledge that they will automatically latch on. Additionally, the Sky-Hook’s bladed scoops and rotary motor allow it to be used as a lethal, if messy, melee weapon. If Elizabeth is nearby when the execution happens, she will usually give a disgusted reaction. x
First Trailer for Resident Evil HD Remaster Released
While we already have a decent understandomg of what the game plays like, here you get to see it in action. Resident Evil HD Remaster will be available digitally on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC in early 2015.
PAX Prime 2014: Why Below Might Have Stolen the Show
Nobody told me that I needed to go on an epic quest for a fallen leader’s hammer; hell, no one told me I had to enter any of the rooms I decided to explore. My story was my own, and the incredibly atmopsheric environment allowed it resonate on a profound level. One can craft his or her own emotional narrative or simply wander around killing snakes to shut them up. Below is everything and nothing; it’s both fun and deeply saddening. Most importantly, it just might be one of the best games of 2015.
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Secret Ponchos to Debut as PS Plus Freebie
In a welcome surprise, one of the developers confirmed to us at PAX Prime that it would be launching as a PlayStation Plus freebie when it hits the PS4. The system already has plenty of shooting action available and this gives you some western-themed action for a change of pace.
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