Randy M or rmsk8r05 here......for some reason. I'm either posting my own artwork and photos or other people's work. I will delete followers if it says account deactivated beside your user name; you're either here or you're not.
Credit is due to other people's work if I know where and who it comes from.
For a guy that isn't that social, sure loves these social networks.
I finally got around to playing Playstation All-Stars and I gotta say for a first impression, I’m feeling kind of underwhelmed. It’s models after Nintendo’s very own Super Smash Bros. Brawl but it lacks that speed and chaos that made SSBB fun. The game mostly focuses on AP meter and the one hit kill system. There are plenty of environment hazards but there are no ring outs that I’m aware of. Plus I’m looking at 1 GB update download and because of Fallout New Vegas, I don’t think I can do that update just yet. Can’t really play the online modes without it, although I hear some of the human characters have a hard time against cartoon ones. Plus the game has the most drab menus and presentation; it feels like there was no love in making this game. I’m going to try to stick with this game though, maybe I’ll enjoy it more with my niece and nephews.
Telltale’s The Walking Dead Coming to PlayStation Vita
Today, IGN can confirm that season one of Telltale’s The Walking Dead will be coming to PlayStation Vita this year.
In an interview with PlayStation’s Director of Product Planning and Platform Software Innovation Don Mesa, it was revealed that Telltale’s critical and commercial smash-hit adventure series would migrate to Sony’s new handheld.
“Having a studio like Telltale, a very successful indie developer, coming in to support us sends a strong message,” Mesa told IGN in an extensive interview about all things PlayStation Vita.
In talking about how the Vita could offer unique experiences, Mesa continued speaking about the Vita iteration of the game. “Again, a good example is with The Walking Dead. We think that the emotion and the immersive experiences you’re going to get there, wherever you’re sitting, if you’re in your living room and playing on your Vita or sitting at a café or at the bus stop and playing this, you get that shock or fright. I think that’s going to be important. That’s what we want to deliver as you’re playing.”
The release window for The Walking Dead season one on PlayStation Vita has yet to be determined. It’s also unclear if it will be released episodically – as it was on PS3 – or all at once. However, you can rest assured that it’s coming.
Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 is coming to the PS Vita, I’m conflicted over this because NGS2 is great game but its still a port. Don’t make the PS Vita a “port”able handheld, it needs new and original games to flourish.
10.Sound Shapes- A PSN exclusive, this music game/ platformer was something that I looking forward to since E3 2011. This simple platformer was couple with an amazing art style with great music from Deadmaus, Jim Guthrie and Beck. Not mention there is a Little Big Planet like community where players are creating new content for the game online. If you don’t have a PS Vita, the is cross platform and can be played on your PS3.