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Tower of Guns Review: A Lackluster Climb

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Tower of Guns has a cool idea behind it, but sadly the execution feels lackluster and uninspired.

Tower of Guns is a unique take on the ever growing Rouge Like genre that has made a name for itself the past couple of years. Instead of a 2D plat-former that you usually see with genre, Tower of Guns takes the genre to the first person and adds in guns.

The goal for the player is to simply climb the tower with their weapon of choice. The player is given at first a choice of a few different weapons to ascend with, along with some perks like not taking fall damage or lowering the difficulty so you don’t spend your time continuously dying and becoming frustrated. Along the way you will fight different types of enemies that range from flying tanks and stationary blade spitters, all the way to giant bosses that are loaded up with different cannons of every shape and size.

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For the Love of Gaming Podcast Episode 174: Hitting the NOS Mushrooms

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This moth’s podcast features mostly news since Basher played the only “new” game, Bloodborne.

Cory and Chris have a fight about The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. One thinks its not that great, while the other believes it’s very good.

Halo 5 gets a pair of trailers, and the crew talks about what they would like to see from this Xbox One exclusive.

Nintendo announced the Nintendo NX, the code name for their next project.

Need for Speed 2 (the movie) is happening even though its a pretty terrible movie, but Cory still loves it for some odd reason.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 announced, and of course a debate occurs.

Some devs speak out on the development of Phantom Dust, and the crew thinks that a lot of the reported facts are fiction.



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Waiting 4 Player 2 Episode 4: Nintendo Stuck in the Past

Waiting 4 player 2 logo Waiting 4 Player 2 Episode 4: Nintendo Stuck in the Past

Waiting4Player2 is the new podcast where your comments shape the show. Instead of just listening to their dumb faces, your comments and reactions are the conversation. The best part about being apart of the show is you can win some cool prizes. Each week, the user who has comment of the show will get something good (or ridiculous) to add to their gaming collection.

This week the crew asks the questions

Do you think Nintendo’s policies archaic, are remasters played out, and is streaming your games the future? They also address Angry Joe’s unbelievable sense of entitlement.

Congrats to thorstein for comment of the show!




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4LOG Podcast Episode 173: You Guys Still Use AOL RIght?

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This month’s podcast features a lot of new games since March 2015 decided to dump a lot of new titles.

Cory got his hands on ScreamRide for Xbox One.

Basher played the PC RPG Black Guards 2, and explains why you should too.

Cory got to revisit a controversial title for the 4LOG crew with DMC: Devil May Cry Definitive Edition.

The entire 4LOG crew played Ori and the Blind Forest, and talk about how much they all really enjoy it.

GDC 2015 happened so that means there is lots of news for Sony and Microsoft.

Sony talks about Project Morpheus, and the 4LOG crew talks about what they think the future holds for VR.

Microsoft says they are getting back to PC Gaming, and a discussion breaks about on how and even if Microsoft can be relevant on PC again.



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Ori and the Blind Forest Review: Beautiful and Challenging

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Ori and the Blind Forest is one of the best games on the Xbox One, and it will win you over with its’ challenging game play, and simply stunning presentation.

Ori and the Blind Forest is the example of a game that just sucks you in the moment you press start. (or menu in this case) Playing the game and seeing the way Ori moves through the world, and experiencing the beautiful visuals is one of the moments you will remember in 2015.

At its’ core, Ori and the Blind Forest is a “Metroidvania” title, and players will find a world that has tons of secrets to discover., combined with a basic story that captivates players through the amazing presentation which aids in bringing the magical experience to life. The story might be basic, but its’ presentation will tug at the heart strings from the first cut scene that rolls. The story becomes better when you look at it in conjunction with the entire package Ori and the Blind Forest offers.

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ScreamRide Review: Ride,Build,Destroy

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ScreamRide is a a game where you can launch people into buildings full of dynamite and watch them explode,or build a futuristic roller coaster filled with loops and jumps. What’s not to love?

Have you ever wanted to see what would happen if you launched a roller coaster into a giant building? If so, then ScreamRide is the game for you. The game play can be described best as, ride, destroy, build, and offers players a chance to visit the future and see what happens when you launch a car full of people into buildings loaded with dynamite.

The ride portion of the game has the player ride a variation of different pre built coasters to try and get a high score and quick time while completing challenges.  Controlling a cart on a roller coaster might sound extremely boring, but this is the future, where rollercoaster’s can go on two wheels, hit jumps for massive air, and each cart is equipped with rocket boosters just to entice you a bit more to go as fast as humanly possible. Once you get into the more challenging levels the tracks starts to become very complex and maintaining speed without derailing and flinging your riders face first into a building is not easy. The challenges can be quite difficult as well, creating a different reason to replay tracks over and over besides attempting to climb the leader boards.

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