Damn, I knew this was going to happen. New Super Mario Bros. U proved to be entertaining and distracting. I guess this is "Playing Catch Up to the Catch Up".
In continuation of "Playing Catch Up", my next upload was Need for Speed: Most Wanted. This game came to me courtesy of Machinima, and it counts as the first, and likely last, free game of my laughable non-career in gaming opinions. This game was developed by Criterion, so I was face-explodingly-excited to give a try ahead of street release.
As an explanation of "BMW is Not British Edition"...it seems that everyone on YouTube missed the joke about saying "I know nothing about cars," and then calling BMW an English car company. The backlash was so great, it resulted in a re-upload, and now you get the benefit of trying to find other errors in the video. Look for spelling errors, I'm particularly bad with those.
Also, Smash Labs isn't a bad show.
|10:00 PM on 09.25.2012|
Super smexy Need For Speed: Most Wanted trailer
So ... Burnout is awesome. Always has been, always will be. And while it is true that we haven't seen a true game from that franchise in a while, Criterion has been doing its best to bring all of the insane, anarchic fun we ...more
|10:39 AM on 08.14.2012|
gamescom: Get all the cars in Need for Speed Most Wanted
At EA's gamescom press conference today in Cologne, Germany, it was revealed that just about all of the cars will be unlocked from the start of upcoming racer Need for Speed: Most Wanted. So, no more unlocking. Wait, wh...more
|2:00 PM on 07.16.2012|
Need for Speed: Most Wanted pre-order bonuses detailed
Electronic Arts and Criterion Games have come out with the pre-order incentives for this year's Need for Speed: Most Wanted. By putting money down early at participating retailers, you'll get three free packs: Speed Pack: Th...more
|3:00 PM on 06.08.2012|
E3: Need for Speed: Most Wanted sure feels like Burnout
I freaking love Burnout. Rewarding wanton destruction in a race is right up there with the printing press for the greatest accomplishment of our species. When Criterion took the stage at the EA press conference, I hoped it wa...more
|5:00 PM on 06.06.2012|
E3: Outrun the coppers in NFS: Most Wanted for iOS
I know, these Need for Speed subtitles are getting a bit confusing, but the games are anything but. People seem to find something appealing about driving sexy, nasty cars that break the $100K mark, and playing chicken with th...more
|6:51 PM on 06.04.2012|
E3: Criterion creating next Need for Speed: Most Wanted
Criterion Games is bringing back speed and high-stakes action in their upcoming reboot of Need for Speed: Most Wanted. The scenic vistas and sun-soaked highways return with more destructible items and explosions then before....more
|10:00 AM on 06.12.2013|
DriveClub: Under the hood of the first PS4 racer
Get in, totally disregard your seatbelt and saftey, and get ready to take a spin with me in upcoming PS4 game DriveClub. Relax. Don't let the high-end visuals fool you -- this isn't some uptight sim. It's all about driving an...more
|9:00 AM on 06.12.2013|
Kazunori Yamauchi on Gran Turismo 6 and beyond
At E3 this afternoon I had the pleasure of chatting with Polyphony Digital president Kazunori Yamauchi about his upcoming PS3 game, Gran Turismo 6. He also teased what might be coming up next, but made it clear that we're getting ahead of ourselves when talking about PS4 Gran Turismo titles. more
|11:15 AM on 06.11.2013|
LocoCyle is like Arkham meets Spy Hunter meets acid
After seeing Twisted Pixel's LocoCycle at multiple trade shows in the past, we were finally able to go hands-on with the game on the Xbox One. It's going to be a downloadable launch title when Microsoft's new console is released, with an Xbox 360 release to follow some time later. So how's the game? Fun! It's got the charm that makes all Twisted Pixel games enjoyable. more