Thursday, May 20, 2010
In my last post, Game Time Episode 2, I talked about what I love about this new game from SQUARE ENIX. But I'm the kind of guy who tries to find the good in the things I do not like and vice versa, so I ended up making a video that mock the hero's inability to swim. (And I thought he will be the one to rid the future world of cursed plague)
Here you go, enjoy~
at 12:05 PM
Saturday, May 15, 2010
Polygon.Wars' Game Time is back with episode 2 and this time I will talk about the recent released 'Nier' from SQUARE ENIX and how the 'doll house' presentation capture my love for this game.
You can check out the opening cinematic by clicking 'Read more' link below...
at 11:13 PM
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
I should be doing the project but I always find myself playing video games... what I love about Dead to Rights: Retribution are it's animations especially the finishing moves or so called "Take Down" moves you're about to see in the following video.
Normally I wouldn't get pumped with over exaggerated animation style but animations in this game are very well done I kept playing just to watch them. They're over-the-top but not at all being cartoony, avoiding being stupid as well as making them 'awesome' in my opinion.
P.S. guess I haven't done YT video for years, I messed up the pixel aspect as well as the resolution... I will do better next time.
at 8:45 AM
Thursday, May 6, 2010
Unless you usually spend time surfing gaming sites or always on the look for some great deals, you probably still haven't heard of this 'humble' bundle yet.
It's as the tagline said, pay what you want. How often (or how many time) would you see people asking you to pay the amount you think their products worth to you? On top of that, how often would you see those people split that amount to charity? And when you think it couldn't get any better, how would you like the ability to decide and split what you had paid for the developers and charities "as you see fit"?
Although I already bought Would of Goo from Steam, the award winning "Aquaria" plus Penumbra: Overture are enough reasons for me to get this thing (not to mention supporting independent devs)
If you like giving thumbs up for cool people who does cool things, head over there and give them some props!
at 10:41 PM
Monday, May 3, 2010
I (and may be a lot of you guys and girls) really love it when someone actually do something to bring lives to the classics (anyone remember this trailer of PAC MAN: The Movie?). It doesn't matter if the production funding is high or low, as long as the creators put forth great efforts people will support them.
Check out their website, Kudos to Daniel James (the composer) for rearranging Dr.Wily stage theme from Rockman II (Megaman 2)!
at 11:55 AM