Well, welcome to the very last day of the 30 day game challenge. It’s been a great series and it brought up a lot of memories from my childhood, both good and bad (ahem, Pac-Man World). I hope you enjoyed it as well!
But, before we end this series we have one more game to show you of course. Now, I don’t actually know any games that have been developed or released by a Belgian developer. So I chose the next best thing, a game from a neighbouring country, The Netherlands.
I chose KillZone on the PS2 for this day. The game was released by Guerilla Games if I remember correctly, and it was my favourite FPS back in the PlayStation 2 days. I’m sure you’ve played it already so you know what I’m talking about. And if you haven’t played it before than why the hell are you still here? Go to a shop and buy it! Also, while you’re there … pick up KillZone 2 and 3 as well!
Anyway, that concludes the 30 day game challenge. But don’t worry, there will be plenty more content coming up!
Well, I’m a huge fan of the Wild West and thus it is not a surprise that I’d want to be John Marston from Red Dead Redemption. John Marston turns out to be a rough cowboy with a consience in a world full of badasses spitting bullets and shooting spit. Too bad he gets killed in the end … oops, should I have mentioned spoiler?
Anyway, join us tomorrow for the very last day of the 30 day game challenge!
Aaaaaarrrgggh, there has only been one game that angers me as much as Pac-Man World. It’s probably not so hard now, but when I was a kid I regularly swore and cursed this game to the plains of Oblivion. There was one level that I never got through, it was some boss battle in the space section and I just couldn’t get past it no matter how hard I tried. I can’t say how many times I threw down my controller and nerd raged for a bit.
Hmmm … I might have to plug in my PS1 again and play this again, banish my childhood demon …. uh spaceboss.
Join us tomorrow for day 29!
Well, the only game that had me sitting on the edge of my chair so far (that hasn’t been released in the meantime .. *ahem* Skyrim) is Star wars: The Old Republic. BioWare’s new MMO has me so excited because I’m a huge fan of Star Wars, BioWare and MMO’s. After I quit WoW I need something new to fill the void, and to get my mind off of real life stuff for a while.
I have faith that The Old Republic (TOR) will do that, and deliver a very enjoyable experience where I can reconnect with friends from other games. Sith, here I come!
Alright, watch the footage below and join us tomorrow for day 28!
Hey and welcome to another day of the 30 Day Game Challenge. Alright, so today we’ll be discussing a game that is too short (ctually, many games are … ), so I chose Assassin’s Creed 2. I got so envelopped in Ezio Auditore’s story that I, to my regret, rushed through the game until I finished it. And I finished it waaaaaaay to quickly for my taste, so it should’ve lasted me another couple of hours at least. I guess when you like a game that much you always wish it would last longer than it does!
Join us tomorrow for day 27! (oh, almost done /mixed feelings)
Well, that has to be Condemned on the Xbox 360. I never ever really played any horror game, because it’s just not my thing, in the same way that I don’t watch horror movies. Either they’re really crap and laughable, or just too scary for me!
Anyway, I played Condemned on my friend’s Playstation back in the day, and I have to say the game was great but there’s some really sick shit going on that just isn’t for me.
What did you think of the game? Watch the video below and join us tomorrow for day 26!
Well, this sucks! I NEVER play board games. I don’t know why, I just never got into it …. the only board game I ever really played was Monopoly …. and I’m pretty sure you don’t want me to talk about that! So instead, I’ll share a different game with you: Doodle jump!
Hah, sorry I guess that wasn’t what you expected either …. but I got so addicted to it waiting on the bus or waiting for class to start. Anyway, I’ll have something more exciting for you guys tomorrow!
Well, there’s plenty of games from my childhood, but the one I remember playing when I was very little still was Syphon Filter 2 on the PS1. I never actually got far in the game, but I loved it so much. I can’t really say why because I’m pretty sure I understood very little of it, but I guess it was just a period in my life where shooting guns, and tasing people until they became charred corpses was what I liked. Also, killer soundtrack.
Anyway, let me know what you think after watching the trailer below, and see you tomorrow for day 24!
Well, this is one from a pretty extensive list of games that I never finished, some to my regret others not so much. One that I don’t regret that I didn’t finish it is Hitman: Blood Money. this is the first Hitman game I ever bought, and I must say it looked quite appealing playing Agent 47, a professional assassin, but it turned out quite differently. You see, I’m not a very stealthy type of person. I prefer running into the room guns blazing, which is not a good choice in Hitman: Blood Money. Stealth and cunning is key in this game, and it just isn’t me. So the result is that I played a couple of missions only to condemn the game to the deep reaches of my cupboard. Haters gonna hate I guess!
Join us tomorrow for day 23!
Aah, game soundtracks I loveth thee. Yeah, I’m a pretty big fan of soundtracks from games and movies so I’m pretty happy that there’s a chance to share one with you. I chose Halo: Combat Evolved as the game with my favourite soundtrack. I’m sure everyone knows this soundtrack by now, but I can’t stress enough how awesome it is. The calm and choir part contrasts nicely with the quicker, action-packed sequences. And, before I foget, if you haven’t played this game you’ll get your chance very soon because there’s a Halo Anniversary pack coming soon!
So, no excuses not to play this game and enjoy the soundtrack. I’m adding the soundtrack below the trailer as well.
Join us tomorrow for day 22!