This week, Liam gives his verdict on the demo of the latest entry in the Metal Gear series.
This week: Inspired by the extended ending to Mass Effect 3, Liam ponders what other endings could benefit from an extension. He also tries his hand at writing third-person blurbs.
I’m usually not a fan of promotional material being bundled into games. It’s becoming more common for games to come bundled with a trailer for something that has bugger all to do with the game that you bought. But I’m willing to make an exception for the interactive trailer for Super 8 that came bundled with Portal 2.
If you're on the lookout for innovative and thought-provoking games, you need look no further than the Flash scene. Scores of individuals and small teams of enthusiasts are putting big budget productions to shame.
I haven't written a sentence like this and published it on the internet since I was fourteen, but here goes: I feel depressed and empty. Why do I feel like this? Don't worry, it's not angst. I haven't dug out the baggy jeans and started listening to Papa Roach again. I feel like this because I've wasted today by playing on casual games. I have spent a day of my finite existence performing mundane tasks for no tangible benefit.
My latest piece for SPOnG sees me give some right royal Steve Jobs bashing. I'm quite happy with how this piece came out.
Children across the country are being allowed to play a game that has chilling similarities to the 9-11 attacks. The game, called 'Angry Birds', is available for the iPhone, and features outlandish cartoon characters such as these:
It really irritates me when I'm watching television and there's a child playing on a games console. Why? Because even though the console will be modern, the show's sound editors will have overlaid the footage with some game audio samples that haven't been heard since Pong. I've decided to do something about this.