Given all the great, and really long, Role Playing Games that came out in the past months, I could really use another week’s worth of gaming break just to play catch up. Couldn’t you? I know I could given how much stuff there is to do in Xenoblade Chronicles. And I haven’t even touched Skyrim yet. If you must play something new this week, I’ve got two options for you. One came out last year. The other one may or may not be for you.
This year has truly been the year of the Role Playing Games so far hasn’t it? We started off with Final Fantasy 13-2, went into space with Mass Effect 3, and two weeks ago we climbed up a titan in Xenoblade Chronicles. This week’s RPG will take us to a darker high-fantasy world with far more mature themes coursing through it. Interested? Read on.
Mass Effect 3 comes out tomorrow. You can stop reading the rest of this article now. Wait, you’re still here? What’s that? You’re not interested in stopping the Reaper invasion of the galaxy as we know it? Wow, I didn’t realize you exist. In that case by all means read on. Because, ya know, there are other games out there.
Happy Halloween everybody! And what better way to celebrate Halloween than with a romp through the desert? Better yet, how about a blast from the past? Hell, make it two if you want to count one with an HD facelift. It might just make you forget the fact that you just contracted diabetes after Monday’s candy fest.
Sorry about this week folks. Even the most hardy Coming Soon! authors can succumb to sickness. This week’s release list will be a little bit… sparse.
How does one compete with the ultimate superhero video game ever? Well, the general consensus looks to be to drown the damn thing with so many titles coming from almost every genre under the sun, it’ll make your head spin. Thankfully, I have a neck brace handy.
Madden’s day in the spotlight went by over a month ago. Now soccer takes their turn to be in the spotlight with not one major franchise’s annual release but two. Not that all that many people around here even pay attention to such releases, but still, give the poor scrappy sport a break. I hear it’s big over in, like, everywhere but here.
Last week’s release of Deus Ex, in addition to being one hell of a way to start the pre-holiday video game season, jump started the video game releases as the numbers slowly climbs up above… well, three per week. Oddly enough, The DS releases take charge this week with five games coming out of the gate. If this is Nintendo’s idea of counterprogramming against Deus Ex, somebody in Nintendo’s needs to be fired.