Author: Clint Prentice

A Second Opinion of Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception

Nathan Drake after one of the best set piece moments in the game.

Evan Tognotti’s full review can be found here.

Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception at its core is just Uncharted 2 with a new story. With Uncharted 2 being one of my favorite games in 2009, I’m completely fine with this choice. Subtle changes to the Uncharted formula refine the experience to be one of the best the PS3 has to offer.

The driving force behind an Uncharted game are the characters and the story so I won’t go into any detail besides a vague summary. Nathan Drake is once again in over his head as he attempts to solve the historic mystery of the ‘Atlantis of the Sands’. The four main characters in Uncharted 2 (Drake, Sully, Elena, and Chloe) return for another adrenaline-fueled thrill ride.

Error! Report #009

This is episode #009 of Error! Report for the week of October 24.

In this exciting episode the Error! Crew talks extensively about Batman: Arkham City and DC’s New 52 comic book relaunch. Does Arkham City live up to the hype? Are DC comics more accessible now than ever? Are those DC comics any good? Find out now! All this and more as old woman Cayci cooks us some fabulous and crazy loud dinner!

Rage: Review

id Software has been around for decades. They popularized the First Person Shooter genre with Doom and Quake. They built the basis for all FPS games past, present, and future.

Seven years after their last game, id Software has pulled out the big guns with a new monosyllabic IP, Rage. They developed a brand new engine, idTech 5 and have been working on Rage for the better half of a decade. Does id Software have another hit on their hands? Read on to find out.

Real Steel: Review

Rocky with Robots… and an annoying little kid.

It will take a lot of courage to see this movie.

The people I’ve talked to about Real Steel constantly say it is Rock’em Sock’em Robots without the Mattel® license and in a way they are correct. Robot on robot action is the main draw in this boxing film, starring Hugh Jackman and directed by Shawn Levy (Night at the Museum). Real Steel is based on a short story and Twilight Zone episode by Richard Matheson; although you probably wouldn’t think it from how heavily they’ve modified it. Real Steel attempts to be the Rocky movie no one really needed, only with a robot twist because I guess Transformers are pretty big right now. Real Steel: Rocky with robots.