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Starhawk Offerings (part Three of Three)

Alright, so I've went through infantry and Build and Battle gameplay to a pretty good degree, now here's what I have on the vehicles. The lightest and fastest vehicle in the game is the Jetbike. Beta testers finally got a taste of it about...


Starhawk Offerings (part Two of Three)

As my previous post went into detail on the Build and Battle System, today, I want to talk about the Ground Combat. There are a few things to address- aiming and movement, weapons and pickups, the jetpack, how it stacks against vehicles, an...


Starhawk Offerings (part One of Three)

Welcome back. (Or, if you're new here, take a few minutes and read my two previous posts.) I'm going to continue my thoughts on what Starhawk (or at least the public beta) has had to offer. I will be posting a three-part piece on what this ...


Starhawk - From a First Glimpse

After seventeen weeks of beta testing, Starhawk has been analyzed over and over again by its community through various forms of media- Facebook, Twitter, its own beta forums and other corners of the Internet has had discussions on which mec...


Letter of Intent!

For those who have stumbled upon this small corner, I hope I can keep five minutes of your time. The name's warezIbanez, (it's pronounced as 'where is E bahn yez'.) I'm currently an officer for the Rebel Alliance Clan, its site is right he...


About warezIbanezone of us since 10:31 PM on 04.23.2011

So I guess this is where I put my gaming history or something like that.

Recalling what the first game I played is a bit fuzzy as we're talking about first years of life. It probably comes down to either an arcade game with one of my parents or one of the NES games Super Mario Bros or R.C. Pro-Am.

The first console that I truly owned was a Sega Genesis, given as a fifth birthday present along with Sonic the Hedgehog 2. I honestly haven't expanded my Genesis library as I probably should, though I have 15 titles of probable essentials.

The next system in my possession was the PlayStation, another gift and had been given as a Christmas gift (I think I need to keep thanking my relatives for such gifts that I've been able to continue to play to this day.) I've gone through a considerable amount of great games on it from Spyro to Crash Bandicoot to Metal Gear Solid to Jet Moto and many in between. What a generation...

PlayStation 2 was the last console that was gifted (by my mother, and I believe she had gotten me into video games via arcade, by the way.) TimeSplitters 2 is my defining game of the generation, and there is no beating around the bush about it- I'm a huge fan of the series. Other notable greats I'd say are Burnout 3, MGS2 & 3, Jak & Daxter, and hell, I'd rather play Pandemic's Battlefront II to EA Star Wars Battlefront to this day.

I'll get back on this, but expect stuff on PS3, PS4, PC, and some other consoles I've played.