For the Love of Gaming Podcast returns after a week of due to PAX East 2012.
This week features Xenoblade, SSX, Metal Gear Solid HD, and more!
Ten Minute Topic: PAX East Wrap Up.
Mass Effect 3 DLC announced to change/enhance the ending.
Skyrim to get Kinect Voice Support.
Capcom Better Bussiness Brereau downgraded from A to B.
Dragon Ball Kinect incoming in October.
Lost Planet 3 Announced.
Welcome to the 100th episode of For the Love of Gaming Podcast.
This week is more Mass Effect 3, and Doom 64.
TMT: Favorite Moments of For the Love of Gaming Podcast.
Elder Scrolls MMO to be announced in May?
Microsoft says no Xbox 720 at E3 2012.
Diablo 3 coming May 15th.
Crytek announcing new project soon.
Capcom teases Shenmue 1 and 2 for Xbox Live Arcade.
Capcom details Street Fight X Tekken DLC.
Listen to see how you can win a copy of Halo Combat Evolved Anniversary.
This week on For the Love of Gaming Podcast features SSX, Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker, Borderlands, and Call of Duty of Modern Warfare 3.
Ten Minute Topic: Rumored Valve Console.
Diablo 3 April 17th release date might be real.
Halo 4 to be shown off at GDC.
God of War 4 teaser might of been leaked.
Doom 4 still coming despite rumors.
If you can, please make a donation for out PAX East fund! If you donate a dollar or more you will be entered into a drawing for a $30 dollar giftcard to Gamestop.
SSX Has Never Felt and Looked So Good
It’s been a long time since gamers have received a proper SSX title. Way back in 2003, EA released the last memorable SSX title, SSX3. Now it’s 2012 and EA looked to bring back the classic franchise from its snowy vacation.
When we first saw SSX, it was known as SSX: Deadly Descents. EA said that gamers would have to tackle some of the most dangerous real world locations scattered around the world. The Deadly Descents name has been dropped, but the idea is still here. Returning snowboarder Griffin Simmons has decided to ditch the SSX team, and take on the Deadly Descents himself. To combat Griffin, Elise Riggs decides to gather some old and new faces to not only beat Griffin, but conquer the most dangerous snowboarding drops on the planet.
SSX Demo Impressions
After a long vacation, the beloved SSX franchise makes a return on the Xbox 360 and PS3. SSX 3 was the last time players got a proper installment and that was way back in 2003. The trailers for SSX first showed up at the VGA’s at the end of 2010, and since then the trailers have slowly been getting better and better. It seemed that EA Sports might of captured what made the SSX titles so memorable and fun, but gamers have finally been able to get their hands on the title and see for themselves.
The demo gives players two different tracks to choose from. The first is a racing course, while the other is a trick course. The racing course is meant to be focused on a combination of speed and tricks, and the trick course focus is getting the highest score possible. This is not new to SSX players, and it’s nice to see that the formula hasn’t been changed. Racing was always my weak point in SSX. I always found myself more interested in the trick courses due to the insane amount of spins that could be performed.
It’s a slow week in gaming, but the 4LOG crew is still playing their hearts outs.
Chris once again played Final Fantasy 13-2.
Garrett finished his first ever Fianl Fantasy.
Cory and Casey revistied Skyrim.
TMT: Mass Effect 3 Demo/Beta Impressions.
Call of Duty coming to the Vita.
Dragonball Z Kinect game inbound?
SSX demo hitting this week!
Assassins Creed 3 htting October 30th.
Guild War 2 console version coming in the distant future.
Twisted Metal the Movie confirmed.
Wii U tablet to support glasses less 3D?