Few games have triggered an overwhelming positive response from me like The World Ends With You has. From Jupiter and Square Enix comes this remarkable action-RPG that not only redefines its genre’s conventions, but stands as a perfect example what I feel a game needs to do to press this medium forward. It’s bold, it’s creative, it’s innovative, it’s full of content and it really pushes its platforms strengths. TWEWY puts players in the role of Neku Sakuraba, a whiny teenager who has found himself with an unfortunate affliction: Death. Forced to participate in a series of challenges doled out by Reapers, Neku might learn a thing or two about himself, and the life he has left behind. The game takes place completely in Tokyo’s Shibuya district. The map opens up slowly before giving players mostly full reign. While this isn’t the grand adventuring of most RPGs, the small, intimate map becomes familiar ground, and is a character all its own. Believe it or not, upon my own trip to Tokyo, I was able to find landmarks based on playing this game extensively. I’m not joking. The real star of the game is the Cross Stride Battle System, a mechanic that forces you to play as both Neku and his partner. Simultaneously. Neku is controlled on the lower screen utilizing touch controls while his partner is on the upper screen, controlled with the d-pad. Neku’s attacks are unleashed by equipping physic pins, and using corresponding gestures on the touch screen. Using the d-pad, you must …
1920*1080,all max, 4XAA, 16XAF, Vsync on, Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit. 50-60FPS (without Fraps) Link: tirexi.hu Minimum System Requirements: Processor : Pentium D at 3.4GHz or equivalent Video Card : 128 MB VRAM nVidia Geforce 7200 Memory : 1 GB RAM Hard Disk : 15 GB of free Hard Drive Space Operating System : Microsoft Windows XP SP3 Sound Card : – Direct X : 9.0c Installation : DVD-ROM Drive Recommended System Requirements: Processor : Intel Core 2 Duo or equivalent Video Card : 256 MB VRAM nVidia Geforce 8600 or equivalent Memory : 2 GB RAM Hard Disk : 15 GB of free Hard Drive Space Operating System : Microsoft Windows Vista / Windows 7 (64bit) Sound Card : – Direct X : 9.0c Installation : DVD-ROM Drive
Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow video game review of PAC MAN WORLD 2 for Nintendo GameCube. From Namco. This CGR Undertow review of Pac Man World 2 for the GameCube has video gameplay from Pac Man World 2 on Nintendo GameCube played on Wii showing video game play in action.
(Review) More than just a cash-in, World Cup features 100-plus improvements including player requested features. Spain and Switzerland take to grass in this gameplay from GDC 2010. Publisher: Electronic Arts Developer: EA Sports Release Date: Apr 1, 2010 Platforms: Sony PSP, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii Please, Rate, Comment and Subscribe if you liked this video
New World Cup 2010 Tribute HD By Faraoni7 Thanks to: BBC | Sky Sport | FootyLounge.com Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. IGNORE TAGS: Netherlands vs Spain WM WC Finale Netherlands vs Germany WM WC Finale Germany vs Spain Uruguay vs Netherlands Spain vs Paraguay 1:0 Argentina vs Germany 0:4 Uruguay vs Ghana 5:3 Netherlands vs Brazil 2:1 Spain vs Portugal 1:0 Paraguay vs Japan 5:3 Brazil vs Chile 3:0 Netherlands vs Slovakia 2:1 Argentina vs Mexico 3:1 Germany vs England 4:1 USA vs Ghana 1:2 Uruguay vs South Korea 2:1 Switzerland vs Honduras 0:0 Chile vs Spain 1:2 Portugal vs Brazil 0:0 North Korea vs Cote D’Ivoire 0:3 Danmark vs Japan 1:3 Cameroon vs Netherlands 1:2 Slovakia vs Italy 3:2 Paraguay vs New Zealand 0:0 Ghana vs Germany 0:1 Australia vs Serbia 2:1 Slovenia vs England 0:1 USA vs Algeria 1:0 Greece vs Argentina 0:2 Nigeria vs South Korea 2:2 France vs South Africa 1:2 Mexico vs Uruguay 0:1 Spain vs Honduras 2:0 Chile vs Switzerland 1:0 Portugal vs North Korea 7:0 Brazil vs Cote D’Ivoire 3:1 Italy vs New Zealand 1:1 Slovakia vs Paraguay 0:2 Cameroon vs Danmark 1:2 Ghana vs Australia 1:1 Netherlands vs Japan 1:0 England vs Algeria 0:0 Slovenia vs …
Hello everyone, EVIL-C here, and welcome to my step by step tutorial of how the downloadable content (DLC) works in Guitar Hero World Tour for the Wii. First I take you through the Music store when you can buy offical tracks from licensed bands like Metallica and Rick Springfield, then I take you through the user-generated content (UGC) in GHTunes. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free too ask me and I’ll answer to the best of my knowledge. ***REMEMBER, YOU MUST HAVE THE FREE SPACE OPEN ON YOUR WII IN ORDER TO FIRST DOWNLOAD THE SONG, YOU CAN THEN SAVE IT TO SD CARD AFTER IT’S DONE!*** Keep about 200 blocks open and you’ll be fine. *Follow link for a full list of DLC for this game* en.wikipedia.org
www.bestdanggames.com Part 1 of a 2-part video Playing WORLD OF WARCRAFT BOARD GAME gives you and your friends an entirely new and exciting experience both akin to and different from its online counterpart. When adapting the role-playing experience from the computer screen to the game board, Fantasy Flight Games infused WORLD OF WARCRAFT: THE BOARD GAME with some tactile and social experiences that are not possible in the PC game. Of course, the reverse is also true, in that it is not possible to capture all the online game elements when re-creating the WoW experience in a board game format. Experienced WoW players may note several elements that may not work exactly as they would expect them to in the online game. You can be confident that you will enjoy how the spirit of World of Warcraft has been captured in the cardboard, paper, and plastic. Feel free to comment on the video and embed this on your site, if you are a fan of this game or Warcraft!
Watch in High Definition! Classic Game Room HD reviews VELVET ASSASSIN for Xbox 360. This WWII stealth assassin game gets some mixed opinions from CGRHD but an overall good review because of the atmosphere and depth of detail in the environments. This here Classic Game Room HD review of Velvet Assassin has gameplay footage from Velvet Assassin recorded in high definition, showing game play of Velvet Assassin on Xbox 360 with achievement points being unlocked…. did your search pick that up? Right, moving on… play as a hot chick in tight pants infiltrating the German war machine in World War 2, sneaking up behind guards and stabbing them in the back while talking in a sultry English accent. Use the shadows to hide and cover while you move around cool WW2 era locations like a cathedral, German submarine docks and in colorful fields. Graphically and audibly impressive, Velvet Assassin could have used some more work in controls and with the length between checkpoints. It proves to be a challenging and underrated game which should appeal to those gamers who like ninja stealth assassin third person shooter perspective video games. 12 levels makes Velvet Assassin a lengthy game that will take quite some time to complete. Classic Game Room HD reviews Xbox 360 games as an Xbox 360 reviewer reviewing Xbox 360 games like Velvet Assassin.
Is the first expansion pack for TS3 worth buying? Or is it more of the same… We shall see in this review! The Sims 3 World Adventures Expansion Pack for Windows PCs Ready for Sims 3 Ambitions ! NOTE: Many of the bugs I mentioned have been squashed by EA through the release of patches. It works perfect for me! Also, the basement tool is available for the vanilla game with the expansion, through a patch. PC Specs: Windows XP SP3/Windows 7 x64 AMD Phenom X4 4GB RAM nVidia GTX 260
Classic Game Room HD reviews STAR DEFENDER 4 published by Alawar Games, available as a reasonably priced download for PC. This Galaxian-meets-SHMUP space shooter should appeal to fans of 1980′s arcade games like Galaga and Space Invaders as well as the modern crop of bullet hell style Japanese space ship shooters. Blast waves of aliens into bits with a variety of weapons and power ups while dodging asteroids and gunfire. This CGR review of Star Defender 4 has gameplay from the PC version of Star Defender 4 showing arcade style game play in HD action. Get some alien wrecking power as you level up your primary weapon and fire away with the left mouse button, catch falling power ups like guided missiles, lasers and flame throwers. Oh yeah, Star Defender 4 real baby!