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"I was a bit leery about this title when I saw Activision’s logo on the box, but they didn’t seem to taint this title at all. In fact, some aspects of this game have found their way into Call of Duty: Black Ops. Weird, right? I’m guessing some developers from this title meandered their way over to the Call of Duty office and helped with those titles."
The announcement of Disney canceling Disney Infinity has many gamers disappointed. The last few years have been good for the so-called "Toys to Life" games. Skylanders, Lego Dimensions, Disney Infinity, Nintendo’s Amiibos have all filled this niche. The bigger question remains is this the slow decline of the popularity across the genre? What is going to happen over the next few years? What's next for the genre?
"Role playing games have been around for quite some time. During the Super Nintendo era, we were blasted with J-RPG after J-RPG and huge fans were created at that time. The West, however, wanted to make their own epic RPGs and, while they took some of the better points from their Japanese brethren, they left out a lot of things that just didn’t fit with the West’s taste."
With the multiple choices comes multiple endings and you can replay this adventure to get different ones. The adventure only lasts a couple of hours, so it won’t take too much time to see every possibility. Once you get to know the princesses’ personalities you can tailor your actions and answers accordingly.
Liam from The Game Bolt: "Not all trophies should be ridiculously hard. In fact, there are some trophies that should be just super easy to get. Imagine coming home and you just want a win. You had a hard day at work, people screamed at you, and you may have even missed the bus once or twice. It’s not wrong for some games to test you as much as they can make you feel like a winner. Let’s check out some trophies that are just ridiculously easy and made up."
Then, bored with being King, he goes out again and gets kidnapped by goblins that hold him as their slave. He has to choose which one of his friends to save and which should die. Then there’s some rope, a slipper, some magic plant growing stuff and the return of a nemesis, all appearing before escaping back to his kingdom. All clear? Good that brings us all up to date and you can now relax.
After two episodes, it’s clear that The Walking Dead: Michonne mini-series has been nothing more than a good episodic series on the whole. However, the question remains, can episode three ‘What We Deserve’ raise the stakes and provide a top notch finale that makes the entire mini-series a worthwhile experience?
Taking place after the events of Borderlands 2, Tales from the Borderlands is set on the unforgiving world of Pandora, and is full of the trademark humour and action the hit franchise is famous for. You'll play as Rhys, a Hyperion company man with dreams of being the next Handsome Jack, and Fiona, a con artist looking to score her biggest ever swindle. Their journey will take you on a wild ride through the Borderlands universe where gangsters, bandit lords, and Vault Hunters are just some of ...
As always, a single track purchase will set you back £2.39, whilst the Rise Against Song Pack 2 can be grabbed for £9.59. Whichever you choose, you’ll find yourself downloading, learning, playing and eventually mastering some great tunes thanks to one of the best guitar tutors currently available.
"My recent play-through of TRON: RUN/r has reignited the love of TRON in my mind and heart. It is funny how someone’s fandom can go dormant for a certain amount of years and just one crack in that dormancy unleashed the floodgates. I have had Tron: Evolution in my collection for quite sometime and just never had the desire to play it, now I can’t keep my hands off of it."
"Platinum Games has their hands in many cookie jars at the moment; hot off the release of Star Fox Zero and with three very different titles in the chamber, I decided to take a look at my games and rifle through my Platinum titles. I found five games that I had put a lot of time into and that I enjoyed the most; I know I’m missing some of their important or more mainstream titles, but I’ve not played those yet."