Tuesday, June 23, 2015

E3 We Came, We Saw, We Played Games


Ratchet & Clank

I'm not sure if Sony has a new policy where game that have existed before on previous titles can be sequels and can't have numbers. Made with the new movie in mind the game play like Ratchet & Clank with PS4 graphics.

The new weapon on display that has me swooning, the Pixelizer. This gun degrades your enemies into lower-resolution version of themselves until they explode into a pile of pixel blocks. Comes with 80's sound effects. That also means every enemy had to have it's form pixelated for the gun.

Xbox One


Cuphead is a beautiful looking 1920's cartoon in color that also a two-player tough-as-nails shooter. We would much rather have had easier enemies to attack, but it's all boss fights. They don't go down easy, you'll have to master your moves. Your health doesn't last. Mastering where you are on screen and attack patterns from giant carrots with psychic power and flying coo-coo-clocks is a must.

Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson

This is a stupid game with little going for it other than big boobs. That's really all you need to hear, isn't it? You fight as a team of beautiful babes fight more babes for "cheap plot, boobs". If you build up enough strength you can transform, which usually has you stick a scroll or phone in between your rack.

Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel
A very deep fighter that has stars from Japanese visual novels. You have two helpers on your side, so the screen can fill up with six fighters at once in epic fights. The insanse spectrum of different characters and powers from all the different books out there will make any fight refreshing with great animated attacks. Oh, yeah, it's all ladies, because Japan. Coming in Winter.

E3 2015 was more E3 2016 with so many titles not coming out until then, many game titles were missing with any playable demos. As always, let's hope for a better E3 next year.