Closing out the first six, slightly echoey, episodes of Until Dawn the action is really starting to ramp up and the stakes are getting even higher! I’ve greatly enjoyed the game up to this point and there are even more surprises in stock for the upcoming, absolutely echoless, episodes. Keep your eyes peeled here for more videos and check out my YouTube channel for daily uploads! There might even be extra ones for the weekend! Stay tuned…
Why This Game?
This is a pretty simple question to answer: It has an uncomplicated trophy list. Basically, there are trophies throughout the game that pop occasionally and are unmissable. The only exception to this rule is the trophy for beating the game on hard which, mercifully, can be done on a single play-through. This particular game is actually a fairly common game in conversations about gaining easy platinums, which is why I gave it a shot.
I have been looking forward to Until Dawn since the big shift in its development happened. The major crux of this game is that all of your decisions can lead to a very different outcome, so my thought was to save my entire first play though so that you all can either watch or compare with your particular run. Either way, instead of the Wednesday Night Stream tonight, let me present you with the first 3 parts of my Until Dawn run. Enjoy!
Why This Game? The platinum requirements for this game baffles me. Pretty much all of them are skill-based, all but one of the trophies are gold and you don’t even have to finish the game. In short, to answer the original question, this one is seemed very quick. Caution: This is referring only to the original PS3 release and not Trine 2: Complete Story that is also available for the PS4. Continue reading
Trading card games were kind of my thing when I was growing up. I dabbled in Magic: The Gathering and even managed to get creamed in a few Pokémon tournaments. It wasn’t until I tried out the Yu-Gi-Oh! card game that I really hit my stride. I’ve long since been out of it, but in my day I won a few tournaments and even got verified as a judge. As such, I was excited to try out the new Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist game from Konami. Making the lore of the TV series the focus, the game has some great ideas, but is being held back by a few issues.
Legacy can be a difficult thing to deal with when a video game series hasn’t been around in a very long time. The Odd Gentlemen stepped into the ring with the monumental task of bringing the King’s Quest series back after a very long break. I’m pleased to report that they’ve knocked it out of the proverbial park with King’s Quest: A Knight to Remember. Sporting a gorgeous art-style, a lovable cast of characters, stunning music and a lot of heart, this game is the return to form that the King’s Quest series deserves.
In spite of what others might tell you, the real use of graph paper has always been scrawling out maps of dungeons for a plucky group of explorers to investigate. Since its inception in 2007, the Etrian Odyssey series has drawn upon this concept. Tasking players with not only traversing a mysterious labyrinth, but also drawing the map from scratch as they go. After a series of games in the series, Atlas has started releasing remakes of the original titles with one major addition: an official story mode. Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight is the second of these remakes and adds some great new features to an already fun game.