If you ever said, “I wish Sly Cooper had, like, four more raccoons in it” then we’ve got some good news for you!
Sony released a new trailer for their Playstation Move mascot extravaganza, and it plays out like the beginning of a slash fic orgy between some of the most popular furries in gaming.
Guess which big cat cubs shack up? Here’s a hint: it’s not a leopard. Nobody wants to bang leopards.
Dante’s Inferno, Electronic Art’s dark hell-based action brawler comes out next week. EA has been showing off a lot of weird, freaky shit about it, but I got to see the physics engine at work in a very special way.
Realistic devil cock.
I can’t seem to get many of my friends excited about a video game unless it stars a hot furry. Which means many of them haven’t played a fighting game since Brutal: Paws of Fury. It seems Nintendo has solved my problem with their newest DSiWare game that launched in Japan last week: Photo Fighter X. What’s cooler than furries in video games? Furries you know personally in video games.
Nintendo is apparently sick of Vietnamese kids with Aspergers making awesome Super Mario Bros videos. So included as special content in the upcoming New Super Mario Bros Wii is a series of videos showing off “super skill” gameplay.
This shit is crazy. Seven videos after the break.
So Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days comes out next week, and we’ll have a review up for you guys before it ships. But in the mean time I’ve got a couple videos to tide you over, and give you your mopey emo Roxas fix.
I’ve been a fan of the “Jak and Daxter” series since it came out in 2001. I’ve played every game, including the spinoffs, and have loved them all (even that kart racer one). Later this year High Impact Games takes the reigns on one of my favorite series and continues the story on the Playstation Portable with “Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier” While I’m more than happy to have more Jak in my life, my excitement is currently restrained based on the short, but varied demos of the title.
For those of you unfamiliar with Scribblenauts, let me say this: I have never seen a game cause so many people get genuinely excited than I have with this title. And it’s for good reason too. Scribblenauts is an awesome, innovative game. I’m having a blast playing with it, and I’ve only been dicking around on the title screen.