Some trailers are the same old, same old… gameplay, pre-rendered cinematics, yadda yadda.
But others… others are something more.
Some are like mini-movies, complete with live actors, even big name actors, and a plot and everything.
Here’s ten of the best.
XXX. I’m a big Vin Diesel fan, though not as big a fan of some of his movies.
Now, I’m not saying
XXX was BAD, just that it was really silly in a lot of parts, and mostly forgettable. But since the sequel is coming out this month, LET’S DO THIS THING!
Including this no-doubt foul-mouthed-but-funny new South Park game…
yesterday’s post was all about new games coming out in 2017. But somehow they managed to miss all the COOLEST games coming out this year.
Like what? Well here, take a look:
Number 1 for me is, of course,
Red Dead Redemption 2. GTA V in the Old West? SOLD!
The Surge, a sci-fi Dark Souls.
Plus a ton more!
The one I’m really looking forward to is
Numenera. Here’s hoping it’s great!
NPC’s are needed so Player Characters have other people to talk to. Also fight. Also save. Also steal from. Also… well, just about everything else.
Even the best roleplaying game isn’t any good without them.
Like this one.
And yet, even the best programmed NPC’s can be a little bit weird.
So, I watched the movie.
Alice Through the Looking Glass.
It wasn’t good.
That’s funny. Because it LOOKS like a quality production.
The reasons I disliked the movie are many, and varied. Basically nothing about it worked.
I COULD list all the mistakes… but Cinema Sins did it for me!
I’m not saying I agree with all his points, but I don’t care enough about the movie to disagree with any of them. It was horribly, terribly, excruciatingly awful and I hope it falls into ignominy and is forgotten.
In fact, I guarantee it.
So, the bank robbery simulator…
It’s what you play when
GTA V is too wholesome for you.
Tried it. Hated it. That is all.