When you have to sit down and review a game that was released over a decade ago, how do you approach it? Compare the changes? Review how the title plays by today’s standards? Perhaps even write a review about the game based on the time period it came out? Whatever the case, these various approaches require you to play the game.
Back when I first established this weblog, I was sick of the mainstream gaming press. It’s no secret that I despise most outlets, and it’s the entire reason I made Gaming Advance. It’s not that I expect to do better, but it’s that I aspire to do better. I expect to be called out when I do wrong, and I expect to learn from it.
NIS America announced via press release that the multiplayer, action title Clan of Legends will be launched on Steam come October 30th, 2012. The PlayStation Network version will be released at a separate date.
Indie title Joe Danger 2 The Movie is now available on PlayStation Network. It comes accompanied with a bundle for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
Groupees announces their fifth Be Mine bundle, featuring both videogames and music. The bundle contains up to six different gaming titles, depending on how much you pay. Of course, some of this goes to charity too.
The first title I hunted down to get my hands on was Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, easily the videogame that I have been most excited for since it was announced that Platinum Games were to develop it. The queue was large, stated to last at least an hour, but I was determined to get my shot. Was it worth the wait?
European PlayStation 3 users can look forward to picking up their copy of the action-adventure game, Way of the Samurai 4, which is now available to pick up at retail. The title will also be available on the PlayStation Store come October 10th, 2012. Continue reading