Most casual gamers like to jump right into a game, but in But to Paint a Universe, you really have to listen to the prologue that leads up to the game. The game developer is Marten Jonsson, an indie game designer from Sweden, and this story definitely takes its cues from Nordic folklore. As the tale goes, a monster from the forest came out one night, and stole all the colours from the sky. Seeing as I live in the country in NW Florida, the only colours I see are the whites of the stars, the black of the night, and occasionally, the reflections town on a cloudy night. Clearly the colours this monster stole was the aurora borealis. Later on in the story, the monster goes back into the forest, and a little girl steals the bag of night sky colours from him, and puts the sky back together, but there are some pieces missing, and that is where the game begins. Read more...(369 words, 31 images, estimated 1:29 mins reading time)
Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception is first Uncharted game of the series. This game just blows away Tomb Raider. I know Lara Croft is sexy as hell, but Uncharted has more action than Tomb Raider ever did. Lara never uses punches and kicks. She never punches someone in the face, and then takes their guns. She never uses her rifle like baseball bat to hit someone.
Lara kills the person, then takes their rifle and never uses a RPG. Drake, on the other hand, he finds anything can be a weapon and he gets the ladies. Tomb Raider is 90’s thing. Today, Uncharted has taken over Tomb Raider’s place. Well! Today, Tomb Raider getting shorter. When I was playing Tomb Raider Legend on the PlayStation 2, I beat that game in 5 hours, and it was way too easy. Uncharted, on the other hand, is more challenging and the game takes more time to beat. That is how video games should be. Read more...(384 words, 35 images, estimated 1:32 mins reading time)
Resident Evil 4 is great game to play and it is a game of year of 2005. 2005 had lots of very good games back then. This game came out the same time when Soul Calibur III came out. This is the first Resident Evil 4 game I played of the series. I never play the Resident Evil games until I played this one. I just watched the Resident Evil movies. I think the movies are better because it has some more action than the games. Read more...(457 words, 34 images, estimated 1:50 mins reading time)
This is one of the best Yu-Gi-oh! games I ever played on the PSone. This one is called Yu-Gi-oh!: Forbidden Memories. The developers who did Castlevania, Silent Hill, and Metal Gear Solid is known as Konami. I played the other Yu-Gi-oh! games, but they suck. This one played the old school rules with out sacrifices of 1 or 2 monsters. So you can bring special high star monsters out on the field with without sacrificing monsters. There are spells and trap cards in this game, but you will be mostly using monster cards. This game is about how Yu-Gi-oh! go stay. This one is set in Ancient Egypt about 5000 years ago. You will face alot people in game. You will not use guns or swords. You are using cards to battle people. If you lose, it’s GAME OVER. You have to win in every duel, otherwise you will lose everything. Read more...(378 words, 33 images, estimated 1:31 mins reading time)
If you liked Playrix’s Gardenscapes game, then you will most likely enjoy Barn Yarn. This is a sequel to the hidden object auction game, but now we are playing as designer to Farmer Joe, a relative to that old butler, and we are remodeling the farm. We start off with a beat up old barn, and immediately start looking for ways to make cash to fix it up.
The customers we run into while selling off the junk at the old farmstead are fairly patient people, and they will pay very well on everyday objects that we might find out in the wild in real life. While this is not a hidden object mystery, you might find it to be mystery on how quickly you can rack up the cash by selling junk from around the farm and looking for extra coinage that just seems to show up all over the place. Playrix also managed to get their logo, the young dragon, into the game itself as a child’s toy that Farm Joe’s grandson, Tommy, carries around, as well as part of the remodel sale. Read more...(240 words, 31 images, estimated 58 secs reading time)