Of all the games coming out this fall, Insomniac's Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One is near the top of my "gimme that now" list.
As a longtime fan of the series, a four-player cooperative adventure has me giddy. Insomniac is promising all of the entertaining platformer action and storytelling as its single-player experiences. This latest trailer, cut for gamescom, confirms those aren't empty promises.
October 18, the day the game hits shelves, can't come soon enough.
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Rocksmith 2014's getting some DLC songs by Papa Roach today. One time in eighth grade, a kid in my class started a speech by saying "Cut my life into pieces, this is my bat report. Echolocation, no seeing. Vampire bat bite your arm, now you're bleeding." I wonder what he's up to.
Probably not playing Papa Roach songs on Rocksmith, if I'm being really honest.more