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Now is the time to finish our Deathspank trilogy games review blitz! If you missed the earlier episodes, do not hesitate to check my review of Deathspank 1: Orphans of Justice here, and Deathspank 2: Thongs of Virtue here.
This third game in the Deathspank franchise was made after Ron Gilbert had left HotHead Games, and it was apparent in this game that the creative head had changed.
If you are curious, an earlier review of The Baconing was done by pedrolabate a few years ago. My review is a second take on this game and wraps our look back on the trilogy.
Welcome to another episode of the PS3BlogCast. This episode Isli and I go over some of the news from the past week, including the fact that Capcom is going to focus on remasters of their biggest hits. This is an interesting move and I’m curious how well it will work for them. Obviously there are some games I would buy, if they’re priced like the DMC4 remaster.
I’m almost done with Dragon Age, finally, and can’t wait to start The Witcher. I’m sure I’ll end up doing every bit of side content I can so hopefully this will last me a good while as I wait for The Phantom Pain.
E3 is coming up in a few weeks and I can’t wait to see what gets announced as well as finally see footage for games we know are in the works. Do you have any predictions for E3? Let us know in the comments below!
Big Fish Games are a pretty well-known games company for the mobile platforms. Their catalog is vast and mostly consists of hidden object games. They let you try games for free and then buy them at full price if you like them, but that is not the case with Paranormal Pursuit: The Gifted One Collector’s Edition, published on PS3 by Alawar Entertainment. This is a full priced game with no microtransactions to worry about so you can purchase the game without having to pay for anything extra. If you like hidden object games with an immersive interactive story, then you are in for a treat!
Welcome to the weekly recap! Missed any of our posts from the last week? Click after the break to check all our posts that went live during the previous seven days.
For the last weekly recap, you can click here.