If you were lucky enough to catch any of the short cartoons made back in the 60s by Jay Ward Productions, like Rocky and Bullwinkle, Dudley Do-right, and various other iconic titles from the day, then you must have been looking forward to seeing Mr. Peabody in his own full length film, because he is far more interesting than Underdog. We learn about Mr. Peabody from the source, and how he became such a force of nature. This dog is a brainiac. A brilliant scientist, philosopher, athlete, and gourmand, there is pretty much nothing he can’t do, except find a family of his own. Things changed for him when he discovered a foundling child in a NYC alleyway. This child would become his adopted son, Sherman.
Max Payne is like a dark DC comics game, but this game isn’t from DC comics. It is a Rockstar game. Is Max Payne a good game? Well, yes and no. The reason why yes because, the storyline, the comic books cut scene, and the weapons. The storyline in this game is actually really good. This game is about this person, Max Payne, who lost his wife and baby. Now he want revenge on the Valkyr. The gangs who like them.
In this game, Max Payne is the like the Punisher. He will kill anyone who breaks the law. Well, he tries to obey the law sometimes. The comics book cut scene looks really good. At least it better than bad CGI cut scene. They look like they took some pictures from the actors and use the computers to put some details into it. Sometimes comics are usually done by hand. In this game, you will have alot weapon to choose from. Some of those weapon does do different kinds of damage. I found a shotgun called the Jackhammer. The Jackhammer does do High damages, fast firing rate, and has 12 rounds of ammo. I wish I had this weapon in Call of Duty.
When the lights go off the battle is on! So it goes with the second installment of the tale of Larry Daley (Ben Stiller), a night guard for the Museum of Natural History in NYC, or so it seems. Things have taken off for Larry as he is now an inventor, and is making a big name fore himself in the infomercial game. He is pushing small items that have some practical uses, and is becoming quite successful. One day, he makes his way to the museum to see his nighttime friends, only to learn that the place is going high tech with electronic interactive exhibits, and that some of the older pieces are being sent to Washington D.C. They are to be stored at the Federal Archives at the Smithsonian Institute.
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I finally played Saints Row IV and this game is better than the last game. In this game, you aren’t fighting against gangs, cops, or even the Military. You are fighting against the aliens. In this game, you are the President of the United States of America. Your character is helping American people. When I playing this game, my character beat the crap out of The Speaker of the House. I think he was a Republican leader. Well, anyway, my character punched him in the balls. I wish she was in office for real, because, she could get stuff going.
The next in the line of Dragon Age games from BioWare and EA is that of Inquisition. This picks up after the video Dawn of the Seeker and the events of Kirkwall in Dragon Age 2. It was highly anticipated and for good reason. The storyline is compelling and interesting enough to make you want to follow. The world is hugely massive and easy to get lost in. This is not a game that you are going to just sit down and beat in a day’s time. You will spend hours on this one and that is not a bad thing at all.