Space Birds Vs Zombie Squad
Couple new reviews of mine just went up-
Angry Birds Space-
Great sequel, changes around the formula just enough to keep things interesting. Can’t wait for more levels, even though I still have a bunch more to three star in the second episode.
Full review at Tapsauce.
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City-
Huge disappointment. I enjoyed it when I played it last year at a press event but it turns out that the game’s only really good in short spurts. The first few levels in the game are mind-numbing, really. Picks up later on and the multiplayer’s decent but this is not a very good game.
Full review at Guyspeed.
In better Resident Evil: Revelations news, the hat they sent along is some pretty cool swag, even though it says C.Redfield on the back. Supposedly it’s like the one he’s wearing in the game and it has some nice bassy headphones that you can stick inside it. Since you need headphones for a more atmospheric portable game like this, it’s a nice touch.
Just got my review copy of Resident Evil: Revel-Revelaitons? Uh oh, Capcom.
Resident Evil 4- Still Great
Capcom just sent along codes for Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil Code Veronica X, both prettied up in their new HD versions for Xbox 360 and PS3. Resident Evil 4 looks absolutely beautiful and still plays quite well, even though games have made big advances since this one standardized the over-the-shoulder cam for third person games.
More than this I’m excited to play through Code Veronica again, since I haven’t played it since it first hit the Dreamcast eleven (!) years ago. I’m sure it hasn’t aged too well (since I found it a little hard to get back into Resident Evil 2 recently) but that one was my favorite for quite a while.
So I’m actually glad to see these new versions, with all the extra modes from all the various versions. The price for these is a little unsettling, though. 20 bucks a pop? C’mon, Capcom… these should should have been half that price.