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  • Dying Light's next DLC is so big Techland is raising the price

  • danger.to.others 25/11/2015

    Nice to see them applying a polishing period to the dlc. Shame they hadn't done that with the main game. Reply -17
  • Dead or Alive Facebook page says Xtreme 3 won't head west

  • danger.to.others 25/11/2015

    You asked them for clarification?
    They aren't bringing the game out in the west because of vocal feminists.
    What's not clear?
    Reply +3
  • Resident Evil 6 PS4 and Xbox One listings spotted on Korean ratings board

  • danger.to.others 20/11/2015

    @alimokrane It makes sense to do number 6 being as it's the biggest selling Resident Evil in the series. A lot of people like it.
    Taken as an action game and you have someone you know to co-op with, it's great. But I could understand anyone trying to play solo or who wants the old style survival horror not liking it.
    It's a great game that people on the web wouldn't have ripped to shreds if it didn't have the Resident Evil brand attached to it.
    Although I thought Leon's campaign was typical Resident Evil. If you didn't like the other modes, skip them. Leon's alone still gave you a 12 hour or so game one time through, if memory serves.
    I'd buy it for PS4 for $20 so me and the wife could play with the much better PS4 controller and a hopefully better framerate. Not full price though, since I've played it already.
    They should do like Dishonored, cheap price for those that owned the original.
    Reply 0
  • Digital Foundry: Hands-on with PS4's PlayStation 2 emulation

  • danger.to.others 19/11/2015

    Once they get this rolling with lots of games, Sony should do the right thing and allow those who bought digital downloads of PS2 games on PS3 be able to play those titles on PS4 as already owned.
    They won't do it. But they should.
    Trophies and framerate improvement be damned, no way I'm buying certain PS2 titles a third time. I'm not some chump you can make re-purchase the same game over and over.
    *looks at Assassin Creed titles*
    Okay, maybe I am. But not this time.
    Reply +8
  • Jade Raymond building "Assassin's Creed-style game" for EA

  • danger.to.others 17/11/2015

    Ubisoft must be pissed. They gave her the freedom to create a franchise (as in Assassin's Creed) and even reward her with her own studio AND give her the keys to the Splinter Cell franchise for Blacklist, then she goes and ditches them for EA money and left them with Unity....which call me cynical, but I wouldn't be surprised if at least some of the reason that game seemed so off schedule and rushed might have had something to do with their boss off having meetings and finetuning the details for her EA plans instead of concentrating on her team's last game before she left.
    I could be wrong. Doubt it....but I could be.
    Reply -4
  • Tech Analysis: Rise of the Tomb Raider

  • danger.to.others 15/11/2015

    Interesting how it lines up for Rise Of The Tomb Raider to come out on PS4 at the 20th Anniversary of the series.
    Be really interesting to see if that year with a finished game makes for a more polished and better running version. It might just end up being a blessing in disguise for Playstation only players, this whole XB1 exclusivity.
    Reply -6
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is a world at war with itself

  • danger.to.others 06/11/2015

    Reading this review I honestly can't tell if the reviewer enjoyed the game or not.
    It reads like they both loved and hated it at the same time.
    Reply +3
  • Assassin's Creed Syndicate sales "clearly" impacted by Unity

  • danger.to.others 05/11/2015

    Syndicate is still buggy. I got stuck in the level once and had to restart 3 different Marx missions because friendly AI failed and the mission couldn't move forward.
    There's also still random weird people walking into walls or getting stuck half/in half/out of carriages every so often.
    So the game isn't as slick as it should be considering it's after Unity and also has no multi.
    But outside of that, the bugs happen less often than any past game and the good (characters, controls, type of missions) far outway the bad.
    God help me, I'm still addicted despite it all.

    This is another game where I'm arching an eyebrow at where the glitches either weren't mentioned or downplayed and undetailed in nearly every official review around the web.
    Reply +1
  • Official PS4 In-ear Stereo Headset out December for 78/€90

  • danger.to.others 03/11/2015

    I absolutely hate in ear headsets. I have yet to try a set that doesn't fall out of at least one ear within 10 minutes or so.
    Which is annoying if listening to music, but would be unbearable with gaming.
    Reply +10
  • Halo 5 tops chart, outsells Assassin's Creed Syndicate launch by 50%

  • danger.to.others 02/11/2015

    That mention of Halo 5 not selling as much as Halo 4 would also make sense given Halo 4 was the first game without Bungie, when people still had optimism the new guys could do as well, or better, after Bungie said bye bye to Microsoft.
    But now that they know how Halo 4 came out, as well as the amateur showing of the online mess in the Master Chief Collection....and lest we forget the so-so sales of Xbox One in general....I think it'd be a fairly safe bet in thinking there are far less Halo fans than there were in the Bungie days.
    Series won't die off, but I won't be shocked if we find the series popularity isn't what it once was.

    Shame if Assassin's Creed isn't selling because Unity scared people off. It's a great game. Not perfect, but up there as one of the best in the series.

    I am surprised to see Watch_Dogs still in the top ten. That's just....weird.
    Reply -1
  • Konami shifts 5m copies of Metal Gear Solid 5

  • danger.to.others 30/10/2015

    The interesting thing about that shipped number is it doesn't seem as if MGS5 is selling any more copies than MGS4 did, despite 4 being on only PS3 in the early days when the console was hurting for sales. Reply 0
  • Sonic Team apologises for scandalous in-game typo

  • danger.to.others 24/10/2015

    No boobs ever need to apologize for showing themselves. Reply +4
  • Overlord: Fellowship of Evil review

  • danger.to.others 23/10/2015

    I can't remember where I read it, I go all over the web, but I could have swore they mentioned Overlord 3 is being made and this is just a "in the meantime" side game, like the Lara Croft games.
    Eh, maybe I imagined it, since I can't remember where I read it. I hope not. I'd play a true Overlord game. This I'll skip.
    Reply +1
  • Life is Strange review

  • danger.to.others 22/10/2015

    This is the best game review I've read (for any game) in a long time. Hitting it's flaws, it's positives, tone and character.
    Good job.
    Reply +1
  • Does Metal Gear Solid 5's Eva costume DLC really have a "tactical advantage?"

  • danger.to.others 21/10/2015

    I know Eurogamer has an fanatical level chip on their shoulder about all things sexism, but I can't believe you seriously asked Konami about the tactical advantage of Eva's zipped suit.
    It's obvious sarcasm, fitting the sarcastic tone of the whole game.

    Plus, it IS a tactical advantage. Women don't wear low cut tops and pushed up breasts for the comfort.
    Reply +11
  • Hideo Kojima left Konami earlier this month - report

  • danger.to.others 20/10/2015

    I will be in an extreme minority in seeing reason to have removed the "Hideo Kojima" game tag off the front of the box other than pettiness.
    As the credits for each mission show, Kojima actually only wrote or directed maybe half the game, possibly less. (I wasn't keeping count)
    In fact, so many different people did so many different levels it actually made sense to have all those credits. Sounds like it was a real mess trying to get MGS5 made. This game had more hands dipping into it than an Assassin's Creed.
    But since this was less Kojima involved than any previous Metal Gear, it does seems right to not call it his game, compared to the old titles which felt like they were completely him.

    For all anyone really knows, Konami might not have done anything bad towards Kojima and he simply flipped out and quit due to extreme Metal Gear burnout.
    Which I certainly would understand. Guy wanted it to end with 4.
    Hell, it might be even more accurate to say he wanted it to end with the first PS1 title.
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  • Assassin's Creed: Syndicate in-game footage flies through Victorian London

  • danger.to.others 15/10/2015

    Finally in London, finally a faster travel (the grapple hook), finally returning to more modern day story, while running well and looking good. I'm in.
    I, for one, am not burned out. I look forward to throwing templars off Big Ben, as well as (very likely) misjudging and getting myself run over by my own hideout.
    Even the more buggy titles, I still have lots of fun with these games.
    And yes, I bought the season pass this go around, since it'll be all single player stuff. Go sulk on that, AC burnouts.
    You keep on moaning about games coming out yearly. I'll be off playing. I guess we'll both be happy.
    AC has had it's ups and downs, but everything I've seen so far, this AC has the potencial to be the best one yet.
    Which I only post this positivity to balance against the whiners who are oh so tired of playing it. Me, I love it.
    Reply +2
  • The wolf in Snake's clothing: Metal Gear's twisted hero

  • danger.to.others 14/10/2015

    Big Boss isn't the bad guy of this story. Not to me. The real villain is the USA. Reply 0
  • Styx gets a sequel

  • danger.to.others 14/10/2015

    I liked Styx....at least what I could play. The difficulty cranked up way too high for me. Which surprised me, given I've played all the Thief's and Splinter Cells over the years without much problem. Maybe it's just my old, broken brain.
    Fix that so everyone can play and I'd definitely buy the sequel. Until I was stuck, I had a lot of fun. Really good level layouts.
    Reply +1
  • You can skip straight to the end of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3's campaign

  • danger.to.others 13/10/2015

    @perydwyn I have a pet peeve with people who declare what they see within their circle in life is how it is for eveyone and everywhere.
    No, not everyone buys it only for the multiplayer. I have bought every Call Of Duty since number 2 on the first day and have always played and enjoyed single player beginning to end before going on and playing multi through the year.
    I like single player. It's fine that you don't, but as with any opinion, you don't speak for everyone, no matter what the topic.
    Yes, they exist, the person spending full price on Call Of Duty who expects and enjoys the solo.

    Though my mini rant is more about people who speak as though their view is overall fact all over the web, not this one post.
    Reply +4
  • Everybody's Gone to the Rapture studio co-head departs, pens frank blog post why

  • danger.to.others 09/10/2015

    I question if Eurogamer is looking in the right direction when they look at the sexism.
    It doesn't seem that the sexism she faced came from the industry, rather that it came from the media.
    Sexists, in my experience, tend to blame everything and everyone else instead of themselves. Just like racists.
    I am left curious at what evils the publishers did, since there seem to be no details, only a vague dislike, and working with Sony it looks, from the outside, they managed to release a unique and not at all comercialized title with no hope of mainstream appeal.
    It looks artistically unmessed with. Left wondering if it's a case of the game not selling the numbers the developer had in their head, so they blame "lack of advertising" or something along those lines, rather than consider the game wasn't as good as they think it is for many others.
    But I don't know, since there are no real details to reach accurate conclusions in her blog.
    Reply +6
  • Metal Gear Solid 5 just got one of the craziest microtransactions yet

  • danger.to.others 06/10/2015

    I have the best FOB insurance for free. I simply choose decline at the launch of the game asking if I'll agree with the online contract and the game starts without the online part and I enjoy countless hours in single player.
    FOB problem solved.
    Reply +1
  • Far Cry Primal is an ice age spin-off - report

  • danger.to.others 05/10/2015

    @JensWeissflog Mammoths. You will climb mammoths. Reply +1
  • Star Wars Battlefront won't have microtransactions

  • danger.to.others 05/10/2015

    Notice his wording. "Yes. That's what's in the game. Absolutely."
    All he technically confirmed is that eventually everything can be earned without purchase. That does not mean there aren't microtransactions for people to 'speed it up' with unlocks and be maxed up out on the, ahem, battlefield.
    So those that hated battlefield games where some instantly unlocked all the guns or whatever the leveling may be, given his careful phrasing it's all but guarenteed to be in there.
    Reply +6
  • Here's what you get if you pay full price for the new Hitman

  • danger.to.others 29/09/2015

    People always complain about game prices and added dlc and season passes.
    Yet here comes Io to try offering a game with no season pass/nickle and dime to death DLC and an opportunity to buy half the game at lower price or the full for those fans into it.
    One month apart for levels this large (assuming they all are and I'm betting they are. Paris alone has 800 contracts ingame, let alone live events) is good pacing for this type of game.
    And yet gamers still complain when offered a chance to go cheaper for the more hesitant with no extra fees, such as those season passes.
    As long as the quality is there, this is a brilliant layout. Not every game would benefit from this style of release, but Hitman comes across as a good match to me.
    Personally, I like Io. Despite the web's overwhelming view, I also liked Absolution AND the Kane and Lynch games, not only Blood Money.
    So I'm one of those sure to be called idiots who is pre-ordered, as I have faith in the developer.
    I see what, so far, looks to be an incredible game that'll have tons of content with all the game included, not sold seperately.
    All you complaining for a full game have invalid arguments. Io made no secret about and said when all content is released it will put out all the game on disc.
    So you can skip out on live events and buy the game xmas, 2016.
    Disc or digital and no extra paid for content. I see nothing to be complaining about yet. Just go play something else till later, disc only people.
    Reply +1
  • Rainbow Six: Siege won't have a campaign mode

  • danger.to.others 28/09/2015

    Interesting that Call Of Duty is adding to it's already large game and even expanding with it's solo mode, yet competitors Battlefront and Rainbow can't be bothered with single player.
    My thing is, if you eliminate a campaign, I expect you to have more maps than ever to make up for that free time you had and AT LEAST a quarter of the price knocked off.
    But full price? Psshh. Fuck you.

    At least Treyarch isn't behaving like they take my sale for granted and are trying.
    Reply 0
  • Assassin's Creed Syndicate takes a leap towards inclusivity with the series' first transgender character

  • danger.to.others 24/09/2015

    I'm not trying to be offensive, though I'm sure someone will anyway, but I found myself confused.
    When you say the character is trans male, is that a woman dressed like a man or a man dressed as a woman?
    It's not the most important of questions, I'm simply one of those who needs to understand all details, big or small. Just how I am.
    I do have a problem keeping all this trans stuff straight. Um, no pun intended.
    Reply +2
  • Assassin's Creed Syndicate has learned from Unity's mistakes, but is that enough?

  • danger.to.others 24/09/2015

    Nothing gives me a more secure feeling that this development team knows what makes a good AC than when he said he'd rather have whistling back in the game than an App connection.
    Amen, brother. Keep thinking along those lines.
    Reply +2
  • You'll have to wait a little longer for Life is Strange's finale

  • danger.to.others 21/09/2015

    I am both glad it was a success since I loved Remember Me and didn't want to see Don't Nod go away, yet also hope it doesn't encourage them to stay episodic with future games.
    I supported them by buying the season pass day one (blind faith based on RM), yet after playing the first episode, which is great, I have put it aside waiting till all episodes are out so I can play them at my own pace.
    I never minded the wait between Walking Dead games, but Life Is Strange feels more like a game to play the episodes sooner than months apart.
    For me, I'll likely play them all at once over a couple days like a regular game released in one piece.
    Great game so far for me and I especially appreciate the different type story and characters for a video game, but the gap in releases was too damn long.

    I wish if people want to go episodic they had all their chapters already made and could release them on a closer, more set schedule. Like RE just did.
    Doesn't have to be only a week apart, but sooner than a fw months apart would be nice.
    Reply 0
  • Horizon's look at violence in gaming was a balanced take on a stale debate

  • danger.to.others 17/09/2015

    Once I'd like to see someone looking into games on a scientific level hit on the good it does for certain mental problems.
    I can say for a fact, at least in America, (likely other parts, as well) shrinks out people with certain diagnosis that turn towards aggression to playing violent games as an outlet, towards curbing the anger or bloodlust, not making it worse.
    I have no idea what studies of violence are on a "normal" brain, but for a violently ill one it's a better result than any medication and has a large effect on the rest of their time off games if given even a hour or two of bloody gaming.
    It seems to be a fairly common held treatment (of such, there's obviously more going on than only games).
    You often only hear the negative about violent games, but in at least this one angle, they are a Godsend and much needed.
    Some people joke about killing people people virtually so they don't kill them in real life, but for some broken brains it is actually true.

    Though knowing this as I do, knowing it has a true difference on a brain unlike normal people, it does raise the likelihood all the more it's doing something to thise normal, healthy people. Only a question of it's a good or bad thing.
    But saying it has zero effect seems unlikey.
    Reply 0
  • All Rainbow Six Siege DLC maps will be free, Ubisoft confirms

  • danger.to.others 17/09/2015

    Rainbow 6 and Halo with free maps.
    Pressure's mounting, Call Of Duty.
    Reply 0
  • Hide the new Frozen Bejeweled console game from your children

  • danger.to.others 15/09/2015

    @BabyBabyBabyOh It's just a reskin. Not too bad a game for little kids who aren't gamers normally.
    I actually played it and I think I was able to go 30 or so levels before needing to pay.
    Of course, I didn't pay. I just quit. But my point is the difficulty is low enough there's a decent amount of game for a kid without buying anything, as long as they are content to not see the end. Not for free.
    But there's no story. All window dressing.
    Reply +2
  • Assassin's Creed Syndicate has a Jack the Ripper DLC

  • danger.to.others 15/09/2015

    @SpaceMonkey77 You're right. I forgot who it was, but it was confirmed with DNA, not just a theory. Reply 0
  • Video: Hellblade has noble ambitions but it also has us worried

  • danger.to.others 10/09/2015

    @NotToday As someone with some mental conditions (please tread politely on jokes about me saying that, I'm not being sarcastic) I'd disagree on mental conditions not defining you.
    They do. They completely alter who you are, where you can go and how you behave.
    I'm really hoping they make it a character, not a caricature. I hope all their sources weren't shrinks. You want to know mental, you need to talk to the mental. Shrinks just look at it from the outside, throw pills out like it's candy to numb them and then talk like they understand while getting it wrong about 85% of the time, in my experience.
    To me, the best mental person I ever saw in a game with their moods and phrases given the high stress environment was Lynch from Kane & Lynch.
    Those games, they did their homework on his personality.
    But unfortunately the gameplay was only okay and I don't think most people really noticed little things in his phrases and behaviors. But iO did good by the crazy guy.
    And just like real life, Lynch is very much defined by his mental illnesses. They make him who he us very distinctly compared to anyone else in that world.

    Please don't fuck this up, Hellblade. I'm curious to see your interpretation to certain illnesses.
    Reply +12
  • Fallout 4's big Season Pass promise

  • danger.to.others 09/09/2015

    The kill cams in Skyrim are not something they should be bragging about.
    Worst kill cam I've ever seen in any game.
    Reply 0
  • First Witcher 3 expansion gets a release date

  • danger.to.others 08/09/2015

    Terrible timing. If it came out in January or February I'd buy this day one.
    Too many great games out/ coming out.
    Will buy it then.
    Reply -2
  • Video: Is MGS5 still good if you're rubbish at stealth?

  • danger.to.others 08/09/2015

    "I know I'm no good, but I'm happy where I am."

    You pretty much summed up my entire existance on this Earth.
    Reply +15
  • Super Mario Galaxy 3 possible, but not before Nintendo's next console

  • danger.to.others 07/09/2015

    If his version of most Nintendo players struggling to play with a 3D camera is accurate, I would like to welcome them all to 1995.
    Seems he thinks his fans are a bit stupid or clumsy and can't game in 3D, as opposed to maybe his lesser selling games had too wild a swinging camera.
    But no, he is flawless and everything is the player's fault.
    Reply +2
  • Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain is series' biggest UK launch

  • danger.to.others 07/09/2015

    I think Until Dawn placing as high as it does is still a victory for innovative games.

    You can tell playing MGS5 the power struggle between Konami and Kojima.
    Where MGS4 is done with complete disregard for how a game is "supposed" to be and completely Kojima's vision done with some of the highest production values, MGS5 shows places they were trying to reel him in.
    He struggles to tell his story, with most of it being placed in cassette tapes. Give him only two locations and force him to pull a Dragon's Age 2, where he has to keep re-using the same areas over and over.
    Give him Sutherland, but cut down his lines to save money.
    And as most of us have heard, cut out the real ending.
    This us no way to treat such a genius storyteller.
    Thankfully, Kojima and his former team still did the best with what they could and gave us a great game with some incredible stealth levels and controls.
    But the whole thing feels like Kojima wants to soar like a bird and Konami has his wings clipped.
    Still a fantastic game despite Konami's interferance, but all signs show where it would have been truly legendary if they got out of his way.
    Some people say it and don't stick to it, but I will when I say I am done with Konami. This reaches beyond any bad treatment of an artist by a corporation I've ever seen.
    I just hope this hasn't soured Kojima on games. I'll buy whatever he makes.
    And we'll always be left wondering how well this would have sold without the Konami drama and how many well meaning people boycotted buying it in their way of supporting Kojima.
    28 years of his life! So wrong to end it like this.
    Reply +1
  • Just Cause 2: that rare open-world game where you aren't comically miscast

  • danger.to.others 06/09/2015

    Nothing like the Just Cause 2 memory I have of connecting two jets on a runway after blocking the runway to make a jet traffic jam of pilots waiting to get in the air, then clearing the blockage and watching the jets proceed forward and explode so low in the air they managed to also chain react explosions across 4 other jets on the runway waiting to take off.
    I remember being a little sad back then for not getting a trophy for taking out 6 jets without firing a shot or using any explosives.

    I'm going to have a field day with Just Cause 3.
    Reply +2
  • So, Mr Kojima, do we feel "ashamed" over Quiet?

  • danger.to.others 04/09/2015

    @MrTomFTW My bad, I kept saying Echo because I have an Amazon Echo, so I guess the name criss crossed in my head. Reply -2
  • danger.to.others 04/09/2015

    I had one other thought. Did you notice Metal Gear, while the camera does zero in on body parts for a second (which I think Kojima is trying to laugh at the players who do get offended, as if to say "I know where you're looking!")....the game also zeroes in on men.
    I laughed when the camera was in movie in the beginning hours of the game and did that quick pan to the male hospital gown semi exposed buttcheeks.
    And it's because it happens male or female why I believe Kojima is being a prankster, as opposed to just trying to somehow be exploitive.
    Reply +2
  • danger.to.others 04/09/2015

    Incredible. An entire article where it never dawned on the writer that you possibly proved Kojima's point, where just because breasts (sorry, tits) are accentuated in the outfit, you are the one fixated on them.

    She isn't playing with them or trying to seduce. They're simply there. Meaning if you can't keep your eyes off them and thinking dirty, that speaks of your personality, not of Kojimas.
    I'm a 41 year old married straight man. Not sexually uptight, at least I don't think I am. Possibly in your mind you think this is impossible and a lie, but I wasn't staring continuously. I wasn't turned on. I wasn't thinking she was slutty or it was exploitive.
    I love my wife and only have eyes, sexually, for her. (That's the part I think you might have a hard time thinking is true, though it is.) Not all of us have sex issues and look at everything and everyone like pieces of meat.
    I also like some anime, yet never watched it because of scantly clothed girls in it. I mean, I'm not offended, to each their own, but I actually do watch for the stories and am not looking at these women as sex objects, even if others might be.

    What Kojima did with Echo is present her in less clothes without sexuality beng the reason. Then to blame the character's look for making you leer is the same type of thinking of when a woman gets raped who was wearing a mini skirt and saying "Well, she asked for it in those clothes!"
    No, the problem is the person who can't control themselves, who can't maintain their sexual urges, so they want others to dress more "proper".
    And proper is, of course, whatever someone else has deemed so.

    To me, Echo is covered up. Her nipples aren't exposed and her privates clothed. The rest is the wardrobe she wears to express herself, as we all do, some more boldly than others.
    If you can't stop thinking sex, you need the help. The world does not revolve around you, so others shouldn't have to adapt to your whims.

    That, in my interpretation, is Kojima's point. Man's still a genius and an artist, holding a mirror up to everyone even when you don't realize it.
    Or maybe I'm wrong and seeing something he never intended. Either way, if anyone is perverted, it's anyone who thinks Echo's look is perverted.

    Good God, I had no idea I had so much opinion on such a non-issue.
    Reply -9
  • Deadpool wades onto PS4 and Xbox One

  • danger.to.others 01/09/2015

    I liked the game. Terrible camera, but any gamer who's been around the block has had to deal with bad cameras.
    Problem is Activision has the worst re-releases of anyone, with barely an upgrade. I'll bet the framerate is still low with zero improvements outside of higher resolution.
    Reply 0
  • Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain review

  • danger.to.others 01/09/2015

    Can you imagine if Kojima got to work on a Rockstar game?
    Their budget, their technical talent and let him go free reign on the plot and combine the dialogue of him and Houser.

    I hope Kojima isn't done with games, he keeps saying he wants to write books and make movies.
    I'm sure he'd be great at those things, but games are where he's needed.
    Konami made the biggest mistake any company could make in losing a genius like Kojima.
    Reply +3
  • Until Dawn review

  • danger.to.others 27/08/2015

    This is what I like about Sony. They take chances with different styles of game more often than others.
    Variety is the spice of life.
    Reply +7
  • Yakuza 5's Western release will include all Japanese DLC

  • danger.to.others 26/08/2015

    @n0signal You, sir, are the king of JRPG hardcore, playing them with a translation guide. I salute you.
    I think you're insane. But still receiving my full respect.
    Reply +2
  • The final Metal Gear Solid trailer from Hideo Kojima

  • danger.to.others 25/08/2015

    Farewell sausage.

    Leave it to Kojima to find the most elegant, censor free way to say eat my dick, Konami.
    Reply +12
  • Uncharted: the Nathan Drake Collection is more than just a remaster

  • danger.to.others 21/08/2015

    I predict the trilogy is free to those with PSplus in September or October 2016. Reply 0
  • Zombi review

  • danger.to.others 19/08/2015

    Of all the games coming out soon, this is the last one I expected to get a good review. I haven't played it, just judging by trailers it looked terrible. Reply 0