If you go down in the woods today, you're in for a big disappointment.
I'll be really honest here, usually I try to begin my reviews with some sort of back story pertaining to the game I'm about to review, or the concept in general. But my absolute disappointment with Naughty Bear has obliterated my ability to do that this time around. There are no words I can think of, or way that I can twist what I have experienced, into a nice introduction for possibly one of the worst games I have ever played.
Awesome music and ultra violence go together well.
For a long time, I lampooned Wet. With its humorous title, ridiculous premise, and publisher issues, there was a lot to make fun of. After spending some time with the recent release, I can safely say it proved me wrong. Wet has its issues, but its Tarantino-esque style makes it a raucous romp.
Scene It? spreads out to Wii and PS3 this holiday season after two years of being a 360 exclusive.
My previous experience with Scene It? has only been the DVD game. I was aware of its existence on Xbox 360 the past two holidays, but I just ignored it. However, after playing the latest in the series with Lauren (my lovely fiancee and PixlBit Managing Editor) and a few PR reps, I have to say I was very entertained and amused by the movie trivia game, which is hitting Wii and PlayStation 3 for the first time. There's over 20 different puzzle types, including one that is like six degrees of separation.
Established November 2010
Formerly known as Artificial Mind and Movement. Name changed on 11/08/2010.