So it’s now 2016, and I want to add a few new things to make my site more interesting. So I thought up a few things that I I’m going to do:
- Anime Of The Week will make a comeback
- The addition of “Best Ending Ever” (Basically at the end of each anime season I’ll be posting pics of my favorite endings probably with some funny comment or something)
- Gameplay Videos *With and without commentary* (I plan to do more gameplay videos since I have plenty of games to do so with. Boy will this be fun lol)
- More video game Reviews/Overviews (Most will probably be Overviews since my backlog is very long lol)
- Last but not least the reason I haven’t been posting music much here is because I have Soundcloud, YouTube, and Bandcamp for that. In case anyone was wondering.
So there you have it. I’m going to try to make this year fun on Epicly Amazing, and hopefully many more to come as well.
Over the weekend I finally beat Killer Is Dead, and a friend and I beat Infamous Second Son. These two reviews will be short and quick because honestly that’s all these games really need. Feel free to comment and ask any other questions if needed.
First off is Infamous Second Son.
GAMEPLAY – 10 Out Of 10 – The gameplay was well done and combat was fast and fluent, but the one flaw is the camera made it difficult to see things sometimes as it took weird angles every now and then.
GRAPHICS – 10 Out Of 10 – The game was very beautiful looking. So good job to them on that.
CONTROLS – 10 Out Of 10 – I had no problem with the controls. Infamous S.S. used all aspects of the controller from sound to touch pad and it wasn’t a problem at all.
STORY – 10 Out Of 10 – Now this is the big one. A 10 for the story because I enjoyed it a lot. The story in this one was much better than the others, and I believe it’s the fact that my motivation in the story felt extremely personal from the very beginning of the game. Another thing I should note is that while some may not agree, becoming Infamous on the moral scale is much more rewarding than than being good. In the other games it seemed like they geared you into being good, but in this one taking the evil route feels right when going through the game. So that’s exactly what my friend and I did.
REPLAY VALUE – 5 Out Of 10 – I don’t really see a point into playing it over again unless you want to take the moral route that you didn’t take first time around, but the powers don’t really seem all that different for the most part. Some conversations and events will play out a bit differently too, but in the end they don’t make THAT much of a difference.
Now on to Killer Is Dead.
GAMEPLAY – 8 Out Of 10 – Combat was very fast paced and full of action, but there didn’t really seem to be any real combos in the game for the most part. Nothing wrong with hacking and slashing away, but in a game like this I just wanted more combos lol.
GRAPHICS – 8 Out Of 10 – Not the best graphics in the world, but you have to remember that this is a Suda game (Suda 51, producer) and it’s supposed to be weird and unique in it’s own style. I enjoyed the graphics either way even if it wasn’t a Suda game.
CONTROLS – 10 Out Of 10 – The controls felt fine so no real complaints here. They were easy to remember and execute when moving around and in combat.
STORY – 5 Out Of 10 – There was a story somewhere in the game, but it was a little hard to follow at times. Basically the gist of it is that the main problem of all the happenings in the game is a guy named David. At the end of the day the name David and Dark Side Of The Moon” are the only things you need to remember. Or you can do the latter and not care about the story, and just play through it destroying everything in your way until the sum everything up towards the end lol
REPLAY VALUE – 2 Out Of 10 – Two out of 10 only because there are some unlocks once you beat the game for the first time, and you may want to beat the game on another difficulty setting.
Infamous Second Son was pretty bad ass and a lot of fun to go through and overall I give it an 8 out of 10. As one of the few PS4 games out there right now, I’d pick it up and give it a go.
While fun and unique Killer Is Dead could’ve done better with the story. It kind of makes me feel bad that such great characters went to waste as the game didn’t really pull out their full potential. I liked our characters in the game and would like to see more of them in another game with a better story.
Just wanted to leave an update on a few things.
- Dark Souls 2 Review – Finished, and have to type it up.
- Senran Kagura: Burst Review – Also finished, and just have to type it up.
Now for the games:
- Currently playing FATE/EXTRA (PSP Game) which I’m half way through.
- Conception II is next on the list to be played
- After Conception II its on to Demon Gaze
PS3: Ugh. Kinda backlogged on the PS3 lol, but here’s what I’m playing on it at the moment. No real kind of order for the PS3 games by the way lol:
- Drakengard 3 (Going to finish the rest of the games on the list and get to this as soon as I can. D3 was my most anticipated game for the year so far, and I wanna play it dammit =P)
- Lightning Returns Final Fantasy XIII (In progress, but towards the end of the game)
- Killer Is Dead (Yeah….. I’m gonna beat this one soon and get it out of the way. This one has been backlogged way too long lol)
- Tales Of Graces F (Don’t look at me like that. I know this should’ve been done already lol)
- Akiba’s Trip (Have this one pre-ordered, and looking forward to playing it in all its awesomeness lol)
- Time and Eternity (Yup, finally going to open it up and play it. Don’t let the other reviews influence you by the way. I’ve talked to quite a few people because I wanted to be sure, and some say that it’s not super horrible as some say it is)
- Pretty much just playing FFXIV: A Realm Reborn (This is what takes up most of my time by the way lol)
- Blade & Soul (Whenever the Hell it gets localized lol)
- Black Desert (They are already looking for an Eastern publisher for it so it shouldn’t take too long to be localized. Black Desert will be at E3 this year)
- Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn (I also play it on PS4 too)
- Other than FFXIV………
- I guess Destiny, but that’s not till this Fall
- Bravely Default (But in no rush to really play it. Not that it’s not a good game, but just feel eh right now about it lol)
And there you have it. Lots of stuff lol. Regular posts will continue as well =)
Take that Dark Souls 2. After all the bosses, trial and error, and death; victory is mine lol. DS2 is basically all I did this weekend =P. Like the other “Souls” games, I’m gonna have to post a review. I actually have a few reviews in the works as I’ve beaten a few games lately so those will be out too.
So I took a break from working on stuff to play and beat the newest Devil May Cry game since its free on PSN for those who have Playstation Plus. So there will be a review on that soon.
Also yes, my Winter 2014 anime picks are still coming out this weekend.
In Resident Evil Revelations you mainly play as Jill Valentine, Resident Evil’s poster girl lol. I say mainly because throughout the game you also play as other people of lesser importance that no one has ever seen in the series until now, well besides Chris that is lol.
The setting of the game is mostly on the Queen Zenobia, a ship that has been dead in the water for quite a while. This setting works very well because it give the sense and feel that you have no where to go because there is nothing but endless sea in all directions. The controls in the game are exactly the same as in previous games so they are easy to get a hold of, and you have the option of changing the control style in the options menu if you like. Your A.I. partner handles very well this time around too. No more game overs every two seconds because your A.I. partner can’t get their act together lol. In Resident Evil Revelations THERE IS NO CO-OP FOR CAMPAIGN MODE, however this does not make the game any less enjoyable at all. Sorry for the caps, but I had to clarify that in case some were wondering. RAID MODE is available for those who want to play with others online. While in Raid Mode you play the same levels as in the Campaign, but there is no story progression. This is why I mentioned the A.I. partner being very good, because throughout the game they will be one you will be with the whole time.
Now I bet you’re wondering if I actually liked the game or not, and that answer is yes. There is only one gripe I have with the game, and that is the dodge system. In Revelations the only time you can dodge is when enemies are in mid attack. You might be thinking that this sounds legit, but it’s not. Trust me lol. Dodging is performed by pressing either up or down on the left control stick and the X button (PS3). This simple button combination can mean the difference between life and death. While ironically I didn’t die that much in the game, I’ve already established that I suck at dodging in it lol.
Overall if you’re ok with there being no Campaign co-op, then give the game a go. I actually liked Revelations a little more that RE6, and hope they continue to make future Resident Evil games like this one. Except for without the dodge system that is. AzureNova gives Resident Evil Revelations a 4 out of 5 because I suck at dodging lol.