God of War is a game that has lots of blood, violence, and some sexual content. Most of this game has Blood and violence. Me and my best friend played this game often. Back than we had PlayStation 2, and we could not stop playing God of War. She beat the game before me. It took 9 hours to beat the game on PS2. Now, I have the God of War Collection on the PS3 and it is little bit harder. Read more...(371 words, 34 images, estimated 1:29 mins reading time)
Xena Warrior Princess: The Talisman of Fate is a fighting game. If you know the show Xena Warrior Princess, you and your friends will love this game. I watched Xena when I was a kid, and around 2007 my friend gave me his N64 and some games with it. My friend and I played Xena Warrior Princess: The Talisman of Fate. In this game there only 11 characters in this game and 4 activities you can do. The 4 activities in this game are Quest, VS., Roster, and Practice. Quest is for one player. You are fighting 11 characters to be champion of the talisman of fate. VS mode you need two players for that one. Me and my friend always played that one a lot.
I always use the same character and he always played different characters. Roster is a team battle. You do not have to have a extra player with you. You can play that one by yourself if you want but it gets boring if you play by yourself. Practice mode, if it is first time playing this game and if you need to learn the controls in this game. The characters in this game are Xena, Caesar, Hope, Ephiny, Ares, Velassa, Callisto, Joxer, Lao Ma, Autolycus, and last person you have fight in the last match is Despair. Despair is hard to beat. When my friend and I went to VS mode, I always use Hope. Hope reminds me of Sailor Venus. I always kept using her but, when my friend used Despair I was doomed. The gameplay in this looks Soul Calibur, but there are no rings outs in this game. You can jump on walls in this game but no rings outs. The graphics in this are crappy but it’s a old game. This game is only for the Nintendo 64 not on PlayStation. If it was PlayStation the controls would be much harder. So, If you are a Xena fan and you watched Xena in the past, Play Xena Warrior Princess: The Talisman of Fate.
When they released the remake of Clash of the Titanss, I was really glad. I had seen the original movie in 1981, and even though in its own day, it was epic, I knew the remake would be far superior, just at the fact that Avatar’s Sam Worthington would be much better as Perseus than Harry Hamlin had been thirty years earlier. I was very happy with the outcome. Another thing that was lacking in the original was what brings us to Musings today, a sequel.
In this story, Perseus (Sam Worthington) has married not Princess Andromeda (Rosamunde Pike), but the demi-goddess, Io. Demi-divines are still mortal, and Io has passed on. Perseus is raising his son, Helius (John Bell) alone and irking out a living as a simple fisherman, wanting to leave the gods of Olympus behind him. Helius is his reason for just about everything now, since the boy is all he has, and he loves him dearly. In this time, since his defeat of the Kraken, people have become somewhat atheistic, and are no longer praying to the gods for pretty much of anything. The gods are aging, and losing the power, because it is worship that the fuel on which they use to survive. Read more...(642 words, 97 images, estimated 2:34 mins reading time)