Adam and Jon gab about the newest news of the video gaming extravaganza known as the E3, aka Electronic 3, aka Electronic artistic extravanganza, aka Electroincal Enterntainment Expository. Also, Jon and Adam rant about some stuff, etc. More like Least Guardian AMIRITE?!?!
The cast of Born in the Eighties put on their wizard hat and robe and delve deep into the dungeons of gaming, their +1 swords held high.
A novel free-to-play purchasing mechanic mixed with a dash of humor and a collection of baseball mini-games.
The Game Kings take on a daunting foe, WWF Wrestlemania.
Here is my top 5 games of the year (2012). Read and enjoy.
Well, it is that time of the year, and I have decided that I should post a game of the year awards for 2012. This will be our first annual game of the year awards, and these are the opinions of mine alone, as I am the resident gamer of Partyplatypus.com. Enough chit-chat, lets get to the list.
In an effort to make their games more extreme, many publishers have decided to add a male character yelling on the cover of their games. This simple decision increases the extreme quotient of your game by over 67%. Additionally, the person buying the game might be thinking that they are being yelled at by the cover. This will invoke memories of other times they have been yelled at. Most of the time those memories will reignite deep seeded family issues and make the viewer uncomfortable. To fix this situation, the viewer will often purchase the game to stop the yelling. If the user has a clean family past, this yelling will just bring up more questions. What is the person on the cover yelling about? Are they angry that someone is trying to steal their soul with a photographic device? Did they just get punched in a sensitive area right before the photo? We have little hope for ever answering these questions, but I suspect the plot of “The Mystery of the Druids” ties in with this all somehow.