My Made Up Dead Rising 2: Case Zero Achievements

I have been playing Dead Rising 2: Case Zero lately and its a lot of fun. I never played the first game Dead Rising but after playing Case Zero I might consider getting Dead Rising 2. Anyway I been messing about and thought I make up some of my own achievements which I have made up while playing the game. If anyone wants to try them out it could add some fun and some replay value.

60 achievements with a total of 1185 Gamerscore.

Click read more to see the achievement list.

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Famitsu gives Pokemon Black and White 40/40

Famitsu have scored the latest Pokemon games Black and White, a perfect score of 40 out of 40.

Pokemon Black and White will be released in Japan later this month and everywhere else next year.

I like the Pokemon games but I havent played one fully since Red, Blue, Gold and Silver. Those where the days. Also I guessed years ago that they would name the game Black and White sometime in the future as a joke I even did pictures. Never thought they would do it. There going to run out of different opposites soon. The enhanced edition should be called Grey.

Anyway should be worth playing.

Free Weekend of Love

This weekend Love will be going free-to-play from 6am Saturday morning BST and ends on midday BST on Monday. Its is a minimal multiplayer shooting and building game. It is best played with friends in co-op.

You can download the client for it here.

Dragon Age: Witch Hunt Video

BioWare has released a video for Dragon Age: Origins’ last piece of DLC, Witch Hunt. In the DLC, players are treated to the final chapter in the game, and finally find out what happened to Morrigan. Players can import their characters from Awakening, or create a new character for the chapter.

Witch Hunt will be released on September 7 for $6.99/560 BioWare/MSP on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.

See video below…

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The Witcher 2 Endings

CD Projekt has said The Witcher 2 will have quite a few more endings than the original game.

There’s 16 endings to be exact.

While multiple endings may not be a new idea, here are some other Witcher 2 numbers to expect:

  • There are three different openings.
  • It has 256 cut-scenes (150 minutes’ worth) where as the original had 130 (53 minutes’ worth).
  • The sequel has over 30 types of armor compared to only five in The Witcher.
  • An extra magic sign has been added.
  • There are only four load screens compared to 700 in the original.

The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is slated for 2011 on PC. I wont be surprised if a console version gets released eventually.

From Eurogamer

Remade Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath coming to PS3

Oddworld developer Just Add Water is to release a revamped, HD version of Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath for PS3 next Easter.

This will be the franchise’s first outing on a PlayStation console since 1998’s Oddworld: Abe’s Exoddus.

Stranger’s Wrath was originally released in 2005 for the Xbox. The new version will be download-only.

Since word got out that we’ve been working with Oddworld Inhabitants there have been many rumours circulating about what we’re working on… Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath is the first project in what we believe will be a long and fruitful relationship. Having the chance to update this great title and release it on PS3 is just a brilliant opportunity, not least for us, but for the fans too

said JAW boss Stewart Gilray.

The game will ship in 720p and will come complete with normal mapping, self-shadowing, re-mastered dialogue, Move support and additional material.

Another picture…

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My Opinion on Fallout: New Vegas Drugs, Prostitutes, Sex Robots and Rock ‘n’ Roll

While looking at Fallout: New Vegas rating and description at its Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) listing you might be surprised by some of the features it says the new game will have. This is my opinion on the following features and how this could be implemented and whether in general these are a good idea. 

  • Male and Female Prostitutes
  • During the course of the game, players will encounter male and female prostitutes: the screen fades to black as suggestive dialogue is heard in the background (e.g., “Nice Charlies, too! Give them a shake for the Ben-man, will ya?”)

    Having this in a game isn’t anything new with the Grand Theft Auto series being the masters. In Fallout this will be similar to the scenes in GTA IV when you invite your girl friend over for some ‘tea’. People hoping for a full on simulator like the one which was found hidden in the deep depths of GTA: San Andreas will be disappointed :p. I’m guessing you can’t beat them up for your nuka-cola caps back then. When using a black screen for a sex scene, good voice acting is of course important.

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    Megaman (NES) Review

    Megaman is a fun but hard side scroller. It stars a person in a blue robot type suit who acquires new weapons from the bosses he defeats.

    Like a few other games you can choose in which order you want to play each of its different seven stages. Each stage is based on a boss character, so Iceman stage will have ice and snow etc. There is Fireman, Iceman, Bombman, Gutsman, Cutman, and Elecman stages. The names in Megaman are always lame but I guess that’s the point. I remember Megaman actually being called Rockman some where but I might be imaging that. The stages are well designed with different enemies and enviroments depending on which one you have selected.

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