In light of the PSN being down and the rumor well going back and forth on whether’s Sony’s stuff was up to snuff, the simple fact is: there are still video games that could rock for all systems. And the one we think might hit that decent and up category for this week is:
Brink – 360, PC, PS3
Developed by Splash Damage, who did the multipalyer content for the PC versions of Return to Castle Wolfenstein and Dooms 3, and published by Bethesda Softworks. Brink is a FPS similar to Team Fortress but uses a parkour style of gameplay movement. PC version has Steamworks.
Featuring John “MusiM” Beauchamp, John “Knobs” Knoblach, and Michael “Boston” Hannon.
Music: Untitled by MusiM; Middle and Outro: Serene (Lost in the Eyes of God)
This week welcome our special guests from That Video Game Podcast (http://tvgp.tv) as we discuss video game expectations such as game length, cut scenes, preorders, and reusing proven design/mechanics. Games included in discussion are The Viking, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, God of War, Bayonetta, Mirror’s Edge, Halo 3, Halo: Reach, Vanquish, Gungrave, Godhand, Rez, Too Human, Gears of War 2, Stellar 7, Kane and Lynch 2, Zone of Enders, Gears of War, Final Fantasy 7, Catacombs, Blake Stone, Ultima, Doom, Doom 2, Stonekeep, Heimdall, Fallout, Grim Fandango, Wolfenstein, Police Quest, Scorched Earth, Xenogears, Quake, Blood, Shadow Warrior, Rise of the Triad, Quake, Duke Nuke ’em, Commander Keen, Command and Conquer, Dune, Warcraft, Herzog Zwei, Sewer Shark, Night Trap, Hell, Ninja Gaiden, Super Mario Brothers 2, Super Mario Galaxy, Dot Hack, Tales of Destiny, Resident Evil, Eternal Darkness, Xenosaga, Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, Alpha Protocol, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Jak 2, Dead Space 2, Ratchet and Clank, Infamous, Tony Hawk, Dragonquest, Marathon, Crackdown, Terminal Velocity, and many more.