I spotted this marquee just outside of Square-Enix's booth. The Power of Korea Game filled me with shock and awe. They may
want to invest in the Power of Grammar Check.
Another arm of the Final Fantasy VII juggernaut, the Dirge of Cerberus. Square-Enix games are just cool. The really
have the style thing down pat. I loved the look of it instantly.
Hands-on, well, thats another story. It seemed to want to fuse RE4 with a more-recent Castlevania, but they missed something
along the way. Perhaps they lack the Power of Korea Game.
Dead Rising... another one I very much wanted to play. But there was a line. And the clock was ticking. So I made a
face, let out a sigh, and moved on...
Insert big, smiling emoticon here. (Can you tell I'm totally stuck in the past yet?) Capcom wants me to buy a PSP, that
much is clear. Ultimate Ghosts 'n' Goblins has made re-evaluate my previous decision to forgo.
Here is a lucky young man, dying and dying and dying again, very rapidly. I did get my turn to play, and of course being
and old school stud, played on STANDARD mode, not novice. I soon discoverd that standard mode is also known as
"fucking hard mode". I was jumping and thrashing for my life. I also drew the parallel between the banged, thrown and
bitten controllers used for previous installments and the fact in this case, the controller _is_ the entire system.
Am I ready to risk a PSP smashed to bits against the wall?