A free download for all PS Plus subscribers. Play a limited, demo version of the upcoming fighting game: Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign-. I’ve never played this series before but it’s an anime lovefest. From what I can tell the main characters are all original, and in typical fighting game fashion all have a backstory that plays out over the course of the game. The demo has two characters available Sol Badguy and Ky Kiske. Watch me take “control” of Sol Badguy above and barely defeat Chipp Zanuff.
Looking forward to the full release of Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign- on Dec 16th. With animation this good looking, I wish this game would have some crossover characters from popular anime like the Japanese game Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax does.
It feels like everyone remembers their first encounter with Ridley Scott’s Alien. My first encounter is the story of a naive four year old, a really cool neighbor and a futuristic laserdisc player. When asked if I wanted to watch Alien, I was so brave, not even phased by my first R rated movie and one that I wasn’t even supposed to be watching, I didn’t hesitate to say “yes.” Afterwards, I went back home, proudly proclaiming to my mother just how mature I really was. Everything had turned out just fine, there was nothing to be afraid of, until that night at bed time, when the lights went out…
Craving something new on Netflix? Are you looking to get back into anime but not sure where to start? I’ve got you all set with some picks from the Netflix streaming service. All of these shows are pretty SFW although there is violence and some mild fan service. Hit the jump for some colorful, big eyes and great hair.
People seem to think Summer ends after Labor day, truth is, Autumn doesn’t start until September 22nd or 24th pretty sure. What PS2 journey would be complete without tapping into the Kingdom Hearts series, the unexpected combination of characters from Disney and Final Fantasy. Just enough time for one more in the Summer of Playstation 2 and I’ve committed to finishing this sucker.
Forget what you know about video games based on movies for just a minute. Now imagine a movie that you loved (or in this case a trilogy). Wouldn’t it be great to continue that experience in game form; to relive those awesome moments with you controlling the action. I believe that was always the intent with movie games but it almost never seems to work out. Perhaps game developers should take a look back on some PS2 era games because The Matrix: Path of Neo is a great game.