Josi, a self-proclaimed “wannabe concept artist” produced these images over the course of two months. They are kickass!
Source: This is my artblog [Josi@Tumblr]
So far I’m not impressed. Anyone who’s known me for five minutes knows I am a huge fan of Sonic the Hedgehog. I have bought pretty much all of the games, sometimes even purchasing entire consoles simply to play a single entry. I go to the Sonic events, watch the tv shows, and even collect a few of the comics. The trend seems to be that once every 3 to 4 years we are graced with a decent Sonic game.
Unfortunately this must be one of the off years, because Sonic Boom looks absolutely terrible.
Knowing me though, I’ll probably still buy it…heh.
And just as people start thinking Sonic couldn’t get any worse, Aaron Webber – the public face of Sega of America – resigns from the company. Sadface.
So I’m selling my gaming rig. Kinda sad to see her go, but the minute amount of PC gaming I do now really calls for a change. I purchased a Surface Pro 3 last night…hopefully it ships quickly. They are pricey but who can beat a tablet that also fully functions as a laptop?! I’m cutting PC games out of my life completely from here on out. I can’t justify micro transactions on free-to-play games so I am purging the fixation!!!
Look at her…she’s waiting to be picked up…so sad…
My collector’s edition finally came in the mail. Yay! Too bad the game itself is god awful. My roommate asked me to rank the game from 1-10, with 10 being the best. The game is an easy 2, it’s abysmal. Which is sad because the graphical style is kind of awesome. The BMO steelbook case makes it worth the purchase, however.
$13 in the trash. *Sigh*
(Sorry for the low-res pics…my phone is on its last leg)
Apparently I had a couple of $5 code vouchers lying around so I decided to try the critically acclaimed Shovel Knight for 3DS, Wii U, and PC. I’ll admit, I’ve been quite the skeptic as the game considers itself the lovechild of games such as Megaman, Dark Souls, and Castlevania.
To my pleasant surprise the game has not disappointed me. I’m playing the 3DS version and the backgrounds look phenomenal in 3D. The controls are really tight, and the music fits like a glove. Yachts Club Games have truly outdone themselves.
Is it worth $15? Definitely.