The beginning of the Post-Brian Era occurs as Matt sits down with Esteban Cuevas to discuss Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition, Esteban’s Naughty Dog binge, and why on earth he reviewed Sonic Boom. Continue reading More Than The Score -14ish- Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition, and Sonic Boom?!
I had no faith in Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric before it came out. At first, I held off on judging the redesigns of Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, and Amy because, as a Sonic fan, I was used to new ideas being tried with the franchise. However, after seeing actual gameplay of the game at E3 2014, I knew that not only was the game in trouble, but Sega would be as well since they were developing a new TV show and merchandising based on this idea. There was very little of the Sonic style and feel in the game, and it looked like a generic platformer that you would find dirty and uncared for in the discount section at Walmart. Everyone who has played this game has declared it an unmitigated disaster on the level of the infamous Sonic the Hedgehog from 2006 so I was expecting the worst. However, now that I have played and finished it, I think the hyperbole of the internet has gotten the best of us. Continue reading Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric review
A former SEGA dev talks about why Sonic Boom sucked so bad, Dying Light continues to kick ass, Conker is set to make his return, and we learned more about Star Wars Battlefront! Continue reading Sonic Boom, Dying Light, Conker, and Star Wars!
Did you miss today’s Nintendo Direct? We’ve got you covered! Continue reading Watch Today’s Nintendo Direct Here! 11/5/14
Have you been wishing for some new Sonic Boom gameplay trailers? Probably not. Either way, Sega has dropped the newest batch of videos for the Wii U version, Rise of Lyric, and Nintendo 3DS version, Shattered Crystal. Continue reading Sonic Boom Videos Race to the Surface
Everyone knows that Nintendo’s home console isn’t flying off the shelves — whether it’s due to lack of consumer interest or just branding problems, it’s neither here nor there. That said, there is one thing that boosts Nintendo sales like no other — bundles. While they aren’t for everyone, there is no denying the mass appeal in the eyes of consumer. Not only that, but Nintendo has the deepest vault of cherished characters and established franchises to draw from.