Polynauts Central: (2/10 Archived)
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Today is Tuesday, October 2nd and you've found yourself at Polynauts Central: Console Rage Edition at Polygon, on The Verge.
- For comics, manga and anime and if want a nice organised place to talk about those, then head on over to Crisis on Infinite Polygons Issue #7: Behold the Wizard for Chaosbirdomage's and Breadknight's all-in-one thread.
- If you want to talk game related art - or even art in general but be sure to head over to the thread by Paradox Me called The Polygon Gallery of Fine Arts and grab yourself some cheese, olives and a glass of wine.
- If you want to talk about, or discover new music then Shinta has a thread for you simply called Music.
- If you want to talk about any movies or television shows with fear of spoilers then go to PrinceLUDA21's Polynauts The Movie: Episode IV - A New....Reboot thread.
1: "'Resident Evil 6' review: biohazardous waste" by Philip Kollar
"Did you stop liking the series after Resident Evil 4? You can play as rookie cop turned secret service agent Leon in a small-town setting inspired by the devastated Raccoon City from the first three games. Do you prefer Resident Evil 5’s more action-heavy focus? Check out original Resident Evil protagonist Chris’ militaristic, globe-trotting storyline. Mysterious mercenary Jake’s campaign even has clear nods to Resident Evil 3’s unstoppable Nemesis."
2: "The death of arcade could mean the future of out-of-home gaming" by Brian Crecente
"Arcades haven't died, they've just become so ubiquitous, so entwined in our everyday entertainment experiences that we may not recognize that our visit to a museum, an amusement park, a restaurant or a movie theater is actually another trip to the arcade.
Or at least that's the idea behind the burgeoning Digital Out-of-Home Interactive Entertainment Network Association, a collective of movie theaters, amusement parks, arcades and restaurants brought together by their common interest in and use of video games."
3: "'Pokemon Black and White 2' review: a familiar shade of grey" by Griffin McElroy
"Pokemon Black and White 2 isn't a rehash, despite its unchanged title and setting. There's a new plot, which for better and worse doesn't resemble that of the original Black and White. There are an enormous, unprecedented number of Pokemon to capture and train. It's all wrapped in a package which still closely resembles the very first installment in the franchise — but Pokemon Black and White 2 possess some of the best ideas to come to the series so far."
""The amount of tools I have available to me has changed, it's increased," Kojima said. "I have more colors available to me in my palette, I have more tools available to me. But I still haven't been able to achieve that original image that I had in my head. And until I'm able to achieve that I'll keep on creating games."
In the interview, Kojima reflects back on the last 25 years, explains how his method of storytelling in games has evolved, and reveals his frustration with an industry in which many games feel too similar."
"Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath HD is coming to PlayStation Vita early or mid-November "at the latest," developer Just Add Water CEO Stewart Gilray said in a recent interview with Eurogamer.
The Vita version of the hi-def upgrade of Stranger's Wrath is two weeks away from being ready for submission to Sony, Gilray said."
FROM THE POLYNAUTS FORUMS:
1: "Pandaland: Visit or boycott?" by ottermann
"Now, I've been WoW free for quite a while. But I had a lot of time invested, a lot of fun was had, and countless hours were spent immersed in the time sink of Azeroth. But with the release of MoP, my hotkey fingers are twitchy again."
2: "Polynaut Souls: Demon's Souls & Dark Souls discussion" by CoffeeJezus
"Given that we have a few fans of the games on the forum, and that the weekend thread received three separate strands of discussion, I thought it would be neat to create a thread! Herein we can chat about favourite stuff, moments and experiences, the lore and perhaps help those folks out who have either recently started or tempted to delve in."
3: "Polytips: How to score more in Jetpack Joyride" by rahul247rocks
"Jetpack Joyride is one of the best adventurous game that provides the gamer with immense fun. The game can be played by any age group and Halfbrick Games made sure that they design it in such a way so that you can enjoy it for hours and never feel anything repetitive. One question that most of you were asking me is how to score more or rather how to travel greater distances using your Jetpack. Well, in order to answer this question I thought I would write an article and let you know about all the tips and tricks required to master Jetpack Joyride. If you follow aloof my instructions correctly then you are definitely going to go further than 2000m and get a good rank in the Game Center listings."
FROM THE VERGE:
Adrianne Jeffries brings you the latest '0x5A Seconds on The Verge'.
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