Persona 4 Golden is out now in Europe for PlayStation Vita, and this is something I planned since it was announced, as Persona 4 is one of my favorite games of all time and the anime based on it is simply hilarious. This picture conveys it pretty well, even if it’s just based on a single episode (you know which one). Credits to Kate Beaton for the original version of the comic. Yeah, that’s it. Persona 4 is probably one of the best RPGs ever, so there’s not a lot to say about it that hasn’t already been said. Play it, and you will never want to return to real life again… well, until you’re done. Then it’s back to normality for you. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to pee. Cheers!
Monthly Archives: February 2013
Wow, this might just be my shortest review ever. I don’t even know how I should start it, that’s how short it’s going to be. But you don’t mind, do you? No, of course not. Because you have less to read, and reading is oh-so-painful. Also, no distracting images or jokes this time, only hard-on facts. Heh, I said hard-on.
PlayStation All-Stars has been out since November, but I’ve only gotten my hands onto it since lately. And generally speaking, I’m glad I waited, because I got it for much less than the launch price was. Trust me, sixty bucks is way too much for this. I wouldn’t even consider PS All-Stars a full high-budget game, it’s ridiculous to ask so much money for a title that should be priced like an indie-game, content-wise.
Let’s see, we have twenty different characters. Alright, that’s cool. They don’t all play the same, that’s a plus, and you certainly have to get used to each character seperately. That’s great, that’s what makes good fighting games. However… why would I even want to play this?
This is the question I want to answer in this review. Why would I want to play PlaySation All-Stars Battle Royale?
I was just remembering the last time I played Dead Space. You know, when I pointed a gun at a necromorph… and shot it! Man, that was some intense shit, dude. Did you know it’s better with Kinect? *ka-ching* Thanks EA. *sniffs money* What do you mean, I’m a little late for that joke? What joke? Am I missing something?
So yeah, horror games. Strange subject that is. Some build up the tension by having a creepy atmosphere, some surprise you with jump scares and others just freak you out with cruel footage. But they all have one thing in common: the mystery surrounding the game ceases a little after the first game, and you’re left with just mostly violence. Is that the case for Book of Shadows as well? Let’s look into it. And don’t worry, just like with the review about the first game, I won’t spoil anything.
I mean, you did read that review and then played the game, right? You better do it and return afterwards, or Nana’ll get mad. JonTron reference anyone? No? Okay…