Tag: PS3

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 129: Goodbye and Hello

We bid a fond farewell to Sinan Kubba as he begins his new journey as a door-to-door Vita saleman. Or something like that. As one friend leaves another arrives, as we welcome Anne Lee into the inner circle. Also, final thoughts on Bloodborne plus a rousing round of Thumbs. Featuring Richard Naik, Brad Gallaway, Mike Bracken (!!!), Anne Lee, and Mike Suskie.

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Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Review

Bustin' em out

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Review Screenshot

HIGH Luring ghosts into a spectacular ambush. Also, Chizuru.

LOW The battles take a while to get used to, and even then aren't particularly great.

WTF Combatants happy to smash televisions and other valuables while swinging at ghosts.

Titan Souls Review

Attack on My Last Nerve

Titan Souls

HIGH: Finally taking down a Titan on my 71st attempt.

LOW: The previous 70 deaths.

WTF: Oh joy, another vague "artistic" ending that tries to be intelligent but says nothing profound.

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 128: Chocobos covered in Bloodborne

Sinan Kubba is back in the hotseat alongside Brad Gallaway, Richard Naik, Chi Kong Lui and Mike Suskie. A bumper show this time around, with an even bumpier 40 minutes on Bloodborne. If you get Bloodbored, skip to the 47 minute mark for the rest of the show, where we cover Final Fantasy Type 0 HD, more Amiibo drama, more on Etrian Mystery Dungeon, and a feature segment on the state of multiplayer.

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse Review

Yell, punch, yell, fly, yell, yell, repeat

Dragonball Xenoverse

HIGH Each match looks like a scene straight from the anime

LOW Simplistic play, unreliable controls, and inconsistent checkpoints make matches feel unfair

WTF Local multiplayer and matches against the AI are hidden in a remote corner of the story mode

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 127: A Song in our Hearts

Anne Lee fills in for Richard Naik to host a groovy episode all about music games. Featuring Brad Gallaway, Chi Kong Lui and esteemed guest Mac Cunningham, the crew talks Etrian Mystery Dungeon, Flame Over, htoL#NiQ and more before dissecting the announcement of Rock Band 4.

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