Rob finally gets off his face and reviews Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood. We were amazed he finished it at all. So is Brotherhood a quantic leap across the renaissance Italy skyline for the franchise, or is it a trip and fall from the rooftops, narrowly missing a stack of hay and breaking its legs on a market stall. All that and less inside!
Special Guest Contributor Leemondelicious carves a delicate hole in the future of digital distribution, before running straight through it and scattering the bits everywhere. Are we really benefiting at all from downloading our games? Or are we walking a short road to just mailing all our wallets to the publishers to cut out the hassle. WHO KNOWS. Lee’s got a pretty good idea.
Rob takes a brief look back at ‘how it’s come to this’ with motion gaming, and goes and dives face first into our first of two upcoming Kinect playtests. This one straight from last week’s EuroGamer. Have we been bestowed with the GREETEST bit of gaming solution kit on Earth? WHO KNOWS. We do. Sort of.
With Activisions most recent announcement that they intend to remove bits of games and have you pay for them, Rob takes a look back at some of the baffling actions taken and statements made by inherently evil publishing giant Activision, and then questions Bobby Kotick’s integrity in a social environment. HOORAY.