Archive for October, 2011
Here is the all-new behind the scenes multiplayer video for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
“Learn how MW3 evolves gun progression with its new weapon ranking system. The new progression system is designed to improve specific weapon leveling unlocks (camo, attachments, reticles etc.), and features new weapon proficiencies. Proficiencies allow players to specialize their weapons with new attributes (some unique to specific weapon classes).”
MW3 will be released on 11-8-11.
We had 102 entries in this giveaway. I picked 3 winners at random. Congrats to Darklurkr23 (Google+ Entry), ZFM12 (Lottery Ticket) & premiersoupir (Lottery Ticket). Keep earning those points, we have more giveaways coming!
We had 86 entries in the new lottery system that I built. Plus we had 3 video entries which are always fun to see what you come up with. There is a new method for picking winners at random! Check it out in action here! Congrats to Darklurkr23 (Lottery Ticket), Cheeto (Video Entry) & The_Nmac (Google+ Entry). Keep earning those points, we have more giveaways coming!
Payday: The Heist is a very unusual game, placed in a market practically dominated by platformers. The PSN is home to few downloadable, exclusive first person shooters. To be honest, this is the first game of the genre I’ve seen there, but there must be another one. Most aspects of the game might raise similar questions, which eventually made me feel in doubt too. It certainly has aspects that are interesting and fun, on the other hand, some of them are lacking in quality and functionality.
Conceptually the game intends to put players behind different heists, all well worthy of a movie script… in theory. I was expecting some interesting game mechanics that would allow me to approach situations differently, or at least in a smart manner, but most of the time you’re just shooting your way through a bunch of cops and security personal to get where you want to go. You might not think this is a big problem, after all, the game is a shooter, but so is Deus Ex: Human Revolution. I’m not comparing both, but I have high expectations and standards, so sue me if you must.