Now I know I haven't written a review as of late, this is due to my only means of connecting to the internet spontaneously decided to break down. fortunately, my laptop is back, and I can get back to writing reviews! Next review will be posted within three days, for those curious about it, it's going to be Halo: Reach.
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
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Posted by Melancritic at 9:12 PM
A new review will be up later today! However, I would like to take this opportunity to encourage everyone to follow me on Twitter. This way you can be updated accurately whenever new reviews come out!
Hope to see you there!
Hope to see you there!
Posted by Melancritic at 1:21 PM
Saturday, September 4, 2010
Okay, so in my last review I stated that a promotion can make or break a game, did I not? Well, the same counts for Demo's. Put out a GOOD demo, and people are more likely to buy a game. Bring out a bad demo that people will obviously dislike, and the expected sales of a game will plummet harder then the value BP's stocks.
Which is why is is a little bit risky, if anything to put out a demo, for the aforementioned reasons. Now today is such a day that Platinum Games, the studio behind the critically praised game ''Bayonetta'' releases their demo for their highly anticipated game ''Vanquish''. Will Vaquish be as good as a jewel as Bayonetta was? Or will this demo vanquish (See what I did there?) the reputation of Platinum Games? Click '"Read More'' To find out!
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
So, today I stumbled upon this on the glorious internet, an 8-Bit version of Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. I was quite intrigued by this, as I had wondered how the guys at Ubisoft could have made the original Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X into an 8-bit game. As it seemed, this game was made to promote H.A.W.X. 2, which certainly isn't a bad idea considering every game can do with a positive promotion, but a game is risky business, as if you provide bad promotion, people are less likely to buy your product. Will Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X - The 8-Bit game succeed in it's intended purpose? Click Read More to find out!
Posted by Melancritic at 8:16 PM
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Posted by Melancritic at 6:34 PM
Monday, August 30, 2010
So, Split/Second. One of the more recent racing games out there. Promoted with promising a '"Hollywood'' experience, players get to race in various destructible environments, never having any race that is the same and promising excitement all around. Will the team behind popular racing game ''Pure'', Black rock studios again deliver a fun racing experience or will Split/Second really only leave a short impression? Click on ''read more'' to find out!
Posted by Melancritic at 4:14 PM