The Endless Backlog Crew has come together for our first ever Videocast. Join Justin and Gagan as they play Saints Row IV cooperatively and discuss Saints Row IV (no spoilers here folks!) and the Saints Row series as a whole, one of the breakout hit new IPs of the outgoing console generation.
Arc System Works has announced Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-, the newest entry in the Guilty Gear series, and the first completely new entry in the main series since 2002′s Guilty Gear XX. Series creator and composer Daisuke Ishiwatari will be returning to direct the game, which will be running on some version of the Unreal Engine and be the first 3D entry in the series aside from Guilty Gear 2: Overture. Fans of Guilty Gear’s fast-paced sprite-based combat need not worry, however, as the speed of precision of the previous games looks to be intact. Xrd -SIGN- will be published by SEGA, but no platforms have been announced yet.
For more info, a look at some of the characters that have been confirmed so far, and a look at Xrd -SIGN-’s fighting engine, check out the official trailer below:
Join GUFUyourself.com Contributors Gagan and I (Justin) as we play and comment on Ace of Spades, a class-based multiplayer shooter that’s sort of a hybrid of Team Fortress 2 and Minecraft.
So, earlier today, I decided to play a little bit of Mass Effect 3 multiplayer to do my part for the Operation Alloy multiplayer event that’s going on this weekend. So, after promoting three characters to contribute to the community totals, I decided to try to level up my now level 1 Adept and try to jump into a Bronze-level challenge. Tried. I actually ended up in a Platinum-level challenge. The highest difficulty available.
With a level 1 character.
So, as I prepared to die quite a few times, I noticed that we were winning. Easily.
Naturally, I got a bit suspicious. So I shot a video, detailing my experience in the game. Check it out below.
So, was the guy cheating? I don’t know. You be the judge.