After that, Jonathan talks about some XBL games he’s picked up. Stacking is an interesting, fairly entertaining adventure game, but he needs some more time with it before giving a rating. He’s also picked up Galaga Legions and Space Invaders Infinity Gene, both updates to the classic arcade games. Galaga is a little less insane than Space Invaders. Take that as you will. Jonathan’s been in rehab of his own, as well, and has cancelled his World of Warcraft account.
Sam has placed a number of pre-orders: Bulletstorm, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and Duke! Nukem! Forever!: Balls! of! Steel! Edition! Inappropriate comparisons fly over that last title. He’s also picked up his Marvel vs. Capcom 3 pre-order. It’s pretty, button-mashy entertainment. He also started and then immediately returned Enslaved: Odyssey into the West. He’s also gotten rid of Nier, and hasn’t had much luck advancing Dragon Age: Origins along.
Alex has played Battlestations: Pacific, and had no luck getting an online game going. Dead Space 2 ran aground on similar issues. R.U.S.E. is consequently seeing a revival on Alex’s gaming schedule.
In the headlines, we revisit a few stories, try to skip a couple stories, and take about some new stuff:
- A followup to the FoxNews article: A response from Carol Lieberman, and one more.
- Rocksteady confirms Batman: Arkham City will be ‘single-player only’
- Kevin Butler Tweet Accidently Shares PS3 Root Key
- The Smithsonian is planning a video game exhibition.
- New Assassin’s Creed To Be Announced In May; AC: Brotherhood Sells 6.5M Units
- PSA: PlayStation Network content must be re-purchased on Xperia Play
Name That Game was…. forgotten. Next week, folks!