I’m a HUGE fan of Double Fine. Their personification of intangible things within games is amazing. In a war a real soldier mentally fights propaganda in Iron Brigade you actually fight monsters modeled after propaganda. Psychonauts showcased this well, but I think this game captures the same type of feeling. I was a little late to the party getting this game but I’ve got it now and I’ll be getting the DLC for sure. Who knew Vlad had a pet bear? Makes perfect sense.
Continue your service in the mobile trenches with Iron Brigade: Rise of the Martian Bear.
Face Vlad’s most horrific new Monovision Constructs in a brand new Martian Campaign.
Unlock over 80 new pieces of loot to battle the Tubes in 4 defense missions, 2 survival missions, and an all new Boss mission!
via IRON BRIGADE Rise of the Martian Bear.
Elite Effect has been formally challenged to a contest. Best of 7. If he loses he will stay here in hell ….FOREVER! I’ve chosen the first challenge and this week we’ll be playing Burnout CRASH! I’m going easy on him. He’ll have 3 chances to beat me in an Autolog Challenge.
I’ll be fair and give him an opportunity to unlock some vehicles and familiarize himself with the game. After that it’s GAME ON! Look for the updates throughout this week.
The controversial Online Pass has reached a new low with the upcoming Kingdoms of Amalur Reckoning. My buddy Deacon over at Unscripted 360 has the details. Click the jump for more info. Continue reading
“And as for you, my little mortal minion… Feel free to keep the Wabbajack. As a symbol of my… Oh, just take the damn thing.”
— Sheogorath, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Skyrim is full of funny things, like the overused yet funny, Arrow in the Knee and Fus Ro Dah. It is funny though when Louis Letrush yells, JUST A SCRATCH after taking multiple arrows to the face.
He’s one hell of a dude, he can dopplegang and doesn’t afraid of anything.