Jett and Jason tackle most of the big news from E3 2018. Did Microsoft bring the Xbox back to life? Was Sony’s lineup of games too much of the same? Did an overload of Smash Bros. Ultimate bring the rest of Nintendo’s presentation down? And why do people pay hundreds of dollars to go to a spa swimming pool only to not swim in it?
Carver is a messed up dude. While the concept of overlords is not new to The Walking Dead universe, Carver’s twisted brand of compassion separates him from similar figureheads. Some are able to see through his front, but a surprising number of his captives have clearly binged on his Kool-Aid. With Clem and the other survivors now captive in his compound, they must find a way to escape without getting lulled into a false sense of security.
In my third attempt at recording a Let’s Play, I take on the world in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition. I try to talk about how Rose became the right character for me, though the stiff competition I faced made that difficult to say the least.
After months of pain and suffering, our ragtag group of survivors have finally reached their promise land. All that stands between them and freedom is a boat. Or at least that’s the hope upon arrival. Spoilers: it’s not that easy.
The Walking Dead series has been my biggest surprise of 2012. Going into it with no real interest in the franchise, or adventure games, its first two instalments have taken me on an emotional roller coaster unlike any other game has before. Based on what I’d seen of the trailer for The Long Road Ahead, I had concerns that the base premise wouldn’t be as interesting as the one in episode 2. However, all my fears were quickly quashed as revelation after revelation took place.