The Wolf Among Us Ep. 5: Cry Wolf – Review + Pt. 1 (SPOILER ALERT)

After finally following Bigby Wolf all five episodes, I can happily confirm, that Telltale did a magnificent job once again, in catching the atmosphere and even more importantly the characters of the comic. 

You get sucked into the world of Fables, where well known Fable figures have to live in the human world, after escaping their home dimension, and you try as Sheriff Bigby Wolf (aka Big Bad Wolf) to not only solve a series of strange murders but also battle against your inner demons.For fans of the comic it offers a very interesting pre-story to where the series begins and you meet and get to know some characters, which were presented shortly in the comics.

The graphics style fits the shrill world of Fables perfectly, and the voice acting is once again nearly flawless. Gameplay was wise just like The Walking Dead, more of an interactive movie than a true adventure, but it was done very well. Last but not least the music excellent.. from the well done intro with Bigby wandering through town up to the whole game, the “Film Noir” atmosphere is present everywhere.

Conclusively, what I loved the most was the characters. Basically, Telltale incorporated characters from every fairy tale mixed with a modern twist located in New York City, definitely pick up this game if you want something similar to the Walking Dead! 


Crooked Man’s Lair – Night (Pt. 1)

Firstly, the way I approached the crooked man was so badass. I mean, forget Bigby, he’s a badass regardless but I made sure I chose all the right and logical answers whenever “the boss” questioned my knowledge concerning the whole situation. But what irritated me the most was how relaxed he was, which prevented me from letting Bigby go off and make him look more hot-headed than he already is.

Also, my first impression of the crooked man was accurate and I know that for sure by the way he tackled each question as well as repetitively claiming that he was an open-person and has no need for treachery. He is obviously the typical psychotic leader that has made this group of needy individuals under his control due to his wealth and decent connections as he himself put it to Bigby which over-powers the system Crane and/or Snow and Bigby had put out for Fabletown.

And when it came to who killed the girls, I didn’t say “Who did it”, to add more suspense I said “I know who did it” even though I absolutely had no idea and for legitimate reasons, I chose to blame it on Georgie because all the other options were strange and made no sense to me, plus he’s a fucking dick, moreover it turned out to be the right answer, so that was a great opportunity for me to reveal my wit and intelligence to the crooked man as well as punch Georgie in the fucking V-jayjay, oh and Jersey too.

Bloody fucking Mary. As much as I hate her, her entrance was awesome. Also, I’m very happy I got to kill that fucking asshole Jersey. But Bloody Mary and the Crooked man evaded as soon as all that shit started. And after that, Georgie “attempted” to kill me but failed so he and Vivian eventually escaped. So I didn’t really realize how consequential those two characters were until I followed them back to the Pudding N’ Pie, which was by the way such a dumb fucking idea, escaping to the most obvious location, great job Georgie. 





Apparently, people are getting mad about Far Cry 4 being racist, are you trying to tell me that the bad guy should be nice and politically correct? Like seriously some of ya’ll will literally find anything to complain about. Personally, I think the cover is perfect.  

  1. It quickly and easily conveys the plot of the game
  2. It shows the setting (the Himalayas)
  3. It shows what kind of game it is (guns, guns and more guns means shooting things)
  4. There’s an asshole who’s ruining shit and enslaving people
  5. And you get to kill him (probably)


  “it’s racist because they are killing African people” yes and the game is set in Africa so naturally you are killing African people… who have been infested with a parasitic virus. I can’t believe people are mad because the Far Cry 4 villain LOOKS LIKE AN ACTUAL FUCKING VILLAIN?





Pack away your tropical gear, because Far Cry 4 is heading to the motherfucking Himalayas.


Far Cry 4 will be released this year on November 18 in the US and November 20 in EMEA territories. The game will be available on both generations of consoles – PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 – along with Windows PC.

Taking a sharp turn away from the lush island jungles of the top-rated Far Cry 3, Far Cry 4 is set in Kyrat, an untamed region currently ruled by a despotic self-appointed king. But don’t be lulled into a false sense of security by the achingly beautiful views; Kyrat is a wild land full of perils. Once again, players will be able to craft their own stories as they travel through this exotic open world teeming with wildlife – using their wits along with an assortment of powerful weapons and diverse vehicles. 


“Following the success of Far Cry 3, we wanted to take the franchise to the next level and create a game that will surprise players and exceed fans’ expectations,” said Dan Hay, Executive Producer. “Given the unique setting, we feel Far Cry 4 will stand out as a top first-person shooter and we’re eager to reveal more about the game in the coming months.”

Development on Far Cry 4 is being led by Ubisoft Montreal in collaboration with Red Storm Entertainment, Ubisoft Toronto, Ubisoft Shanghai and Ubisoft Kiev. For an exclusive first look at Far Cry 4, be sure to tune in to Ubisoft’s media briefing at E3 because I sure will. 

In conclusion, I just want to thank Ubisoft because they are definitely on top of their shit this year, they got all these games coming out: Assassin’s Creed Unity, Far Cry 4, Just Dance, The Crew and Watch Dogs. I absolutely cannot fucking wait. 


The Walking Dead: Season Two – Episode 3 review – In Harm’s Way (PS3)

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This was definitely my favorite episode so far. The sense of desperation, as always certainly made me question and re-evaluate the decisions I had to make. Also, all of the work I had put into building up relationships with these characters truly mattered in this episode. Whether it was faking my comprehension of Carver and/or Bill’s “community” or attempting to like Sarah. However there was one personal key issue I found with this episode, unlike the previous episodes the issue isn’t the lack of gameplay. The issue I had here is realizing that I don’t really care about this new cast anywhere near as much as the old one, and I think ever since Kenny re-appeared in Ep. 2, it automatically reminded me of Lee and how things would’ve been if he were there somehow. 

I had more time to connect with each and every character which is why I’m so passionate about all of them. I feel like I wasn’t properly introduced to everyone in this season, therefore that took out some of the emotion that could have otherwise been there. That’s not to say that I dislike the new characters, it’s just that I don’t find the majority of them as enjoyable as the previous seasons because I don’t know them well enough. However, I do love the characters from 400 days and hope to see more of them in the future. That being said this episode did make a few of the new characters grow on me, so I guess it’s a matter of time until I manage to like or be content with them.  Overall I found this to be the best episode this season has had yet. And there’s some actual gameplay here. Here’s hoping that the last two episodes continue the upward trend. 


1. I did stay there for Kenny’s revenge on Bill. I enjoyed every bit of it. And Kenny proved his badassery to us all. But I do feel bad for Sarita, although she was irritating, Kenny loved her.


2. I WAS REALLY FUCKING PISSED WHEN CARLOS DIED. Even though he was an asshole that let Clem stay in a fucking shed when she was bit and in need of medical support. I still kind of like him. And he’s the only person who can take Sarah’s shit. I tried my best this episode, but she’s still fucking stupid. When Sarah said she needed her Dad, she wasn’t kidding. But now he’s gone, I hope she is too. It’s for the best. 


3. Reggie was a bastard. He deserved to die, we don’t need people who are prone to leaders like Bill and whatever they say. Bill’s right, he is weak and has no character. 


4. Let’s just focus on how cute Luke is. I don’t care about the age difference. I ship Luke and Clem. #CLUKE



5. Last but not least, I wanted to take a moment just for my one and only, Lee Everett. RIP<3

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Dr. Steamlove or: How I Learned to Let Go of Consoles and Love PC Gaming



Originally posted on Button Smashers Blog:

Ever since that Nintendo Entertainment System was put in my hands, I was a gamer for life. More specifically, a console gamer. As a veteran of Sega-Nintendo console wars (Sega does what Nintendon’t – Play it loud!), I completely understand the fanboy mentality. It comes from jealousy, not having the other half and the need to justify your purchase/gift. I was fortunate enough to have every major console growing up (SNES/Genesis, N64/PS1, etc.) so I was never rooted firmly in either camp. Except with PC games, I couldn’t stand them.


For the first 20 odd years of my gaming career, I never really played PC games. I don’t remember owning a PC until sometime around 1993, and then only to use AOL. I dabbled in the occasion Myst or Warcraft, but I generally didn’t purchase PC games, mostly because they didn’t work. I remember going to a PC show and purchasing 

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Michael Fassbender will be re-uniting with Justin Kurzel for Assassins Creed:The Movie


Since landing the starring role in Assassin’s Creed back in 2012, Michael Fassbender has kept himself busy with lots of other movies. Now one of those projects may have helped Assassin’s Creed find a director.

Fassbender’s Macbeth helmer Justin Kurzel has reportedly been tapped to direct Assassin’s Creed, Ubisoft and New Regency’s live-action adaptation of the popular video game series. Hit the jump for all the latest dirt on the film. I think we can all say that video game adaptations don’t have the best reputation, but the way these movies are shaping up, that could be changing very soon.

Assassin’s Creed is scheduled to open August 7, 2015.