If there was any game I could name that truly sent my imagination into the deepest emotional depths, whilst complimenting that with challenging, addictive gameplay and blistering narrative, that game would be Metal Gear Solid for the Playstation 1.
We investigate some of the ways in which simple mechanics can disrupt the flow of what developers originally intended.
With many great MMORPGs on the marketplace boasting years of updates and thriving communities such as World of Warcraft and Guild Wars 2 it can be difficult for a new game in the genre to break on to the scene. As the latest addition to the market can Royal Quest make an impact? Or will it fall to the wayside in the sea of free to play MMORPGs?
The Paper Mario series has always been somewhat of a Marmite situation for gamers. Some prefer the more laid back, pick up and play nature of these particular RPGs over the more involved types, like Final Fantasy and Fire Emblem.
What do we know about Mass Effect 4? Well aside from the comically pretentious E3 ‘trailer’ that Bioware put out and some snippets from this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, not much. Everything is still pretty speculative, but for now let’s put aside what little we know and talk about what we(I) want from Mass Effect 4, that’s always fun to do before the inevitable shattered expectations and subsequent spiral into depression, bitterness, anger, regret…