The PlayStation Vita has recently began to see no shortage of role-playing games. The most recent addition to its catalogue is Demon Gaze, a first-person dungeon crawling game in which players assume the role of the Demon Gazer– an individual that has the ability to command demons.
The storyline starts off with an ordinary day in the life of Jackie Chan (Jackie Chan) working as a courier for his grandfather; however, there is nothing ordinary about the situation unfolding as a result of the package he must deliver to the Shaolin Temple. Elsewhere, Jackie is doing exactly what his grandfather predicted, stuffing his face at the local diner when he should be delivering packages, most importantly, the package to the temple. Midway through his meal, Jackie spots a limousine with his grandfather surrounded by the sub-bosses in the game. Jackie takes off with a high-octane chase, and the scene ends with the crash of the limo and his grandfather being taken away by the bosses, whereupon, Jackie loses them at a nearby junction. Continue reading
Surrounded in controversy, Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes is a short prologue to the upcoming Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Before launching, players were split on the high price and low duration of the title, resulting in Konami reducing the recommended retail price and in a lot of claims that Ground Zeroes was likely nothing more than a purchasable demo.
It’s worth prefacing this review with a note that the cost of the title will not factor into the review. Instead, readers will be expected to make their own judgement as to whether the game described here matches the value that they would be expected to pay for it, regardless of this reviewer’s opinion on the matter. Continue reading
Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes is the 10th canon instalment of the popular, genre-defining franchise. Clouded with controversy amid speculations of game length, retail pricing, and the direction of this particular game in general, Ground Zeroes rises above it all and delivers another fresh perspective on the stealth-action genre granting the player a completely new way to control Big Boss’ actions more precisely. Continue reading
We recently looked at the original Metal Gear Solid title. With Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes still to come, there are plenty more releases to explore. Today, we’ll be looking at Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, released on PlayStation 2 back in 2001. Metal Gear Solid 2 is a particularly interesting entry in the series. Surrounded in controversy, Metal Gear Solid 2 dared to replace Solid Snake as the lead protagonist. Meanwhile, the upcoming Ground Zeroes has also been subject to similar criticism, this time for replacing the iconic Solid Snake’s voice actor. It’s an interesting parallel, but I’d be deceiving you if I lead you to believe we’d be exploring any of Ground Zeroes’ controversies here. Continue reading
I’ve noticed that a lot of gaming outlets are reviewing the latest annual release of publisher EA’s Need for Speed series. In an effort to stay relevant, we’ll be reviewing it too.
Launching in 1998 and developed by Konami, Metal Gear Solid is one of the best selling PlayStation titles on the system. While not the first in the series, with both Metal Gear and Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake preceding it, Metal Gear Solid was somewhat revolutionary. It married cinematic storytelling with gameplay to a level not yet seen on the system, and offered a unique and innovative experience for players to enjoy. With Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes coming out in March, we’re going to take a look through the Metal Gear Solid series. Continue reading