This is the first part of my Hitman: Absolution Let plays. In this episode i will be playing the first level with some serious and some funny commentary
Walkthrough / Let’s Play / Gameplay
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The Fast and the Furious wasn’t an especially great film, but it did feature a scene tangentially related to Need for Speed Most Wanted. In the opening act the engine in Brian Spilner’s Eclipse self destructs when he tries to push it too hard. As the wiry mechanic assesses the damage, he looks at Brian in utter disbelief and asks, “was that fun?” Brian doesn’t answer, but destroying an expensive car by driving it too fast is probably fun.
This question also seemed to be Criterion’s design philosophy when building Most Wanted. Every aspect of their previous open-world racer, Burnout Paradise, seems to have been given the “was that fun?” treatment and adjusted accordingly. Furthermore, many new ideas, some of which are undeniably outrageous, appear to have passed that test and qualified for inclusion. Is it fun? The Fast and the Furious didn’t seem to know the answer to that question – it alternated between melodrama and popcorn amusement – but almost every aspect of Most Wanted is confident in its response; yes, everything is a lot of damn fun.
This is quickly apparent in the way Most Wanted handles its suite of vehicles. A hundred or so “jackspots” dot every side road and off-area in the fictional city of Fairhaven. Every jackspot comes with a specific car and if you find it, you can drive it. Within minutes of starting the game it’s possible to be driving everything from an Arial Atom 500 to Lamborghini Gallardo. What’s novel is how easy it is to get back into any car you find. A lesser game would plot a garage on the map or force the player to drive all the way back to where they found it, but Most Wanted skips the tedium and provides the option to hop back in the car whenever you’d like. You can still drive back across Fairhaven and find it, if that’s your thing, but this seemingly tiny decision by Criterion is a huge convenience for the player. Across almost every facet of its design, Most Wanted strives to respect your time.
Quantum Conundrum, a “cutesy” puzzler coming to the PC on June 21st.
I doesn’t have the simplicity of Portal but its complicated puzzle design and its humor appear to be worth a purchase. According to Eurogamer this gaming is coming to the PC on June the 21st and coming to XBLA and PSN later this summer.
Today Valve has revealed Steam’s top ten selling titles and Rockstar have managed to grab the top spot.
Max Payne 3 has managed to finish top with ArmA II: Combined Operations following a close second. Saints Row: The Third came a non surprising third as this week steam has a discount for the game which offered 33 percent off its list price.
- Max Payne 3
- ArmA II: Combined Operations
- Saints Row: The Third
- Sid Meier’s Civilization V – Gods and Kings
- Sid Meier’s Civilization V: Game of the Year
- Torchlight II
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
- The Binding of Isaac: Wrath of the Lamb
- Iron Front: Liberation 1944
- Alice: Madness Returns
Seen as we have had a lot of hot weather here in the UK i thought it would be advisable to write a blog post on the best ways to keep your PC cool in this hot weather. This first thing to understand is why you need to keep your computer cool in the first place.
When your computer is on it heats up and some parts such as the CPU and Graphics card can get that hot you can cook something on them. If you computer is properly configured a lot of this heat is moved out of the computer case by several fans. All of you computer components have a heat threshold which it is not recommend to go over as this could reduce the life span of the component or even kill it.
Below are various options you can use to keep your pc cool permanently or temporally just on really hot days.
A game franchise we have all come to love the elder scrolls series, with the likes of Oblivion and the newest title Skyrim what would be more anticipated than a elder scrolls game on-line. I personally don’t know how this could work as the whole point of the elder scrolls game is deep single player with lots of character plots and choices to change the world as we know it. This might be what the MMO market needs after year of stagnation from the likes of (Flame proof jacket equipped) world of warcraft, EVE online and star wars.
There has been a reported 250 people working on the game and it has been in development for around five years. The team that is working on the title has quite a big background working on titles such as Halo, Everquest and wolfenstein.
The story line is set a millennium before the events of skyrim and Tamriel is gripped by cival war. The three main factions are fighting over the right to the imperial throne. (Sounds like the tv show Game of Thrones) You and thousands of other players will join the fight by picking a side and fighting to become ruler of
There are many types of gamers out there in the world. We have all played with a wide array of players, some we get along with and some we don’t.
We have all played with someone we would call “The Damsel.” They are always needing to heal, bandage, wait for a minute, get back stamina, get ammo. They seem to die after every corner whether they run in all guns blazing or sit back and try to snipe. They will all ways die and have no benefit for your team apart from causing a distraction.
The Lone Wolf
The lone wolf is one of them people on your team that really gets
Its that time again. Battlefield 3 DLC is coming out next month (June) and its looking epic. This DLC brings a new face to battlefield 3. It is a lot more focused on close combat, shotguns, sub machine guns and lots of destruction. This is a new area I am glad that Battlefield 3 has entered into as watching all them building getting blown up and changing the active game environment.
Battlefield 3: close quarters a themed expansion pack brining the team play of Battlefield 3 to tight indoor environments. The frantic close quarters infantry combat is amplified by unprecedented high definition destruction, new ways to play, more weapons and added persistence.
The HD Destruction in Close Quarters lets players riddle the environment with bullets Read the rest of this entry
- Wide verity of vehicals.
- Full immersive multiplayer (Lots of unlocks, maps and things to do)
- Beautiful graphics
- Good rewards for working in or with a team.
- Relatively small single player.
- Limited amount of co-op missions.
- Unable to practice jet fighting unless in multilayer.
- Demanding system requirements to play in highest graphics settings.
The Full Review
So its been out a while now. I remember when i saw the first trailer for battlefield 3 with the music in the background, Read the rest of this entry