Join me for some BOW-slaying action! Feel free to comment on this post directly or head off to my Twitch Page to chat with me as I play!
Several questions were left unanswered by Tango Gameworks in the main campaign for horror game The Evil Within. Many of them pertained to the secrets one of the supporting characters, Julie Kidman, and her dealings with a secret organization. The second half of Kidman’s story, The Consequence, doesn’t offer up all the answers you might be looking for, in fact it creates a couple more, but it does a good job of shaking up the gameplay and creating a tense horror experience. Beware, if you haven’t played the main campaign from The Evil Within, there may be some spoilers ahead in this review.
Walking into each boss room in Titan Souls for the first time, I could expect the same pattern: Shoot with arrow, cue epic music, immediately dead. The repetition of this series of events somehow always managed to pull a chuckle out of me for some reason. I would then pull myself together, go back to the entrance and the real Titan Souls would begin here.
Nintendo, hot off the heels of the Zelda Wii U delay, decided to hold a new Nintendo Direct yesterday. There was no fooling in this April 1st direct; instead we got quite a bit of news. While there were plenty of announcements, N64 and DS games are on Wii U now, Fire Emblem fans undoubtedly had the best night. None of the games talked about were new titles, but they had very good news for each of them. Let’s break it down right now game by game.