RealGamerNewZ Crew join up with iGeekReviews and Shotgun Seat Productions to drop a new podcast about the official announcement of Fallout 4, which takes place in Boston during a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by a worldwide nuclear catastrophe (just how Fallout 3 portrayed in DC and Fallout: New Vegas portrayed for Las Vegas).
This discussion covers all the facts about the game and then veers into some of the nitty gritty details fans have unanswered questions about, and will likely have to wait until E3 2015 next week to find out about. Check back to RealGamerNewZ.com for more info on that when it happens. Other gaming topics such as Paid DLC, Modding, and the newly released Steam Refunds policy and a lot more. You won’t want to miss this episode.
Tristan’s Twisted World Podcast Part 1
– Release Date of Fallout 4 – New Trailer – Gameplay, Engine, Graphics Discussions – Trailer Analysis – Main Character Has A Voice? – Modding Community – Paid DLC vs MODS – Will Paid MODS Return to Steam? – Steam Refunds – PS4, Xbox ONE, Windows PC – Comic Books – Other Gaming Topics
A small bit at the end of video clearly shows a few seconds of a new Pokemon for the Nintendo Wii U. Usually after a year the handheld games have come out they will release a game for console so that gamers can upload their Pokemon. Seems likely to be the case here. Or it could be another type of game like Pokemon Rumble U but most likely a game that will interact with X and Y.
Hopefully it will be similar with a full story to go through and features GYM leaders, villains, and Pokemon can be sent back and forth between X and Y and the Wii U game. This could possibly be the game on console Pokemon fans have been waiting for. Stay tuned as we pay attention to see were this game goes.
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Welcome back to the RealGamerNewz Podcast that will be the main series from here on out. As we reboot the iRGN series, we welcome back Gio (John Grunow) from past appearances as well as a special guest Dan from Vintage Games who will join us in tonight’s show. Deputy Editor Tristan Werbe of RGN Exclusive Brand Tristan’s Twisted World and Editor-In-Chief Jon Ireson also host this show which speaks about a lot of various topics, some of which are listed below.
1. Watch An Entire Game Developed In One Livestream On RGN Saturday 2. Sony And Valve Making Virtual Reality Headsets: But Do We Need Those? 2. Should People Who Don’t Play Games Be Allowed To Rally For Game Censorship? 3. Battlefield 4 Patches Still Incoming; EA & DICE Fail To Fix Anything 4. TitanFall 6v6; Is It Enough or Not? Early Thoughts 5. Indie TakeOver – Will AAA / AA Games Learn From Mistakes?
I, Tristan Werbe, am back to wish all of the loyal fans of RealGamerNewz a happy new year and announce that my YouTube and Twitch have been reduxed along with monthly playdates with none other than RGN Deputy Editor (me) on many games and platforms including Xbox 360, Wii U, next-gen, and more. Daily Videos about topics for RealGamerNewz will be released by Tristan’s Twisted World, to fill in the gaps between the new iRGN podcasts that will premiere soon. Happy 2014 and get ready for the best year at RealGamerNewz yet.
Some titles and systems should be on the top of people’s list this holiday but everyone is different what you like or don’t like someone else may have a different idea. But I am here to help with that.
Console Choice: If you’re a parent looking for something for your young kids it’s best to pick up a Wii U or a Wii since it’s cheaper but PS4 would be the ultimate for them due to all of the cool indies. If you’re really into online gaming or someone you know is Xbox ONE is probably the best choice unless you’re looking to save money than get PS3 because the online multiplayer is free. If you’re just looking for a better experience and money saved then you get a PS4 with a camera.
Online Game: The first choice if you’re looking for some fun easy jump in, jump out of gaming or something for your kid in high school then Call of Duty Ghosts is a good choice. If you’re looking for something new to try in huge look of things Guild Wars 2 is a good buy. A good Christmas game for next gen could be Killzone: Shadow Fall or Dead Rising 3 for some co op fun. GTA V is a must have regardless. Even the online is worth it.
Best Overall Game: GTA V of course again, The Last of Us, Super Mario 3D World, and a few others but remember this; we need a lot of Christmas spirit.
Charlie Murder is an interesting title right away from first glance. It’s basically a heavy metal band experience. The catch is your band has to fight demonic beings such as zombies and even demons themselves using the power of hardcore metal. If you’re still wondering what I’m talking about then go ahead and turn on a nice track of ‘screamo’ while you take a read in our full Review brought to you by RealGamerNewz and Tristan’s Twisted World.
Soundtrack, Audio, Voice: Of course our heroes’ (I guess that’s what you call them) soundtrack consists of Heavy Metal since they are a Heavy Metal band. The good thing is it fits in very well and helps the combat flow if you ask me. This ‘Perfecto’ blend of the audio in this title as nothing overpowers anything else, unless you change the settings. The grunts of zombies and other enemies make it feel like the cut out art-style that it is drawn in. All together the soundtrack and audio definitely help complete the experience of Charlie Murder.
Graphics, Physics, Glitches, Engine Performance: The art-style feels very vibrant and dark which is fitting for the setting. Physics are what you would expect out of a beat-em-up title, this is a lot like what we’ve played in arcades. The game is very well polished, it seems as if the developers SKA Studios went through it more than a few times to make it the best possible experience they could. The game’s engine runs like a champ, SKA Studios seems to have the overall feel of the game under control. There were no glitches experienced during our play-through of the game.
Controls / Gameplay / CO-OP: Charlie Murder isincredibly simple and easy to learn. The controls are a standard ‘X for hit’ type of ordeal. Like I said it is a beat-em-up so the gameplay is thankfully not very hard to understand, at times it can be a challenge for some players though. This is especially true when a giant horde of enemies is surrounding you but that is why you have the ability for CO-OP and special attacks. While some enemies may even be a challenge for something like that, you can still build up your skill. You can even throw down on a drum solo or play around on your Windows 8 Phone, which is really fun and cool.
Story: The story begins with the players going to hell and having to fight demons but everyone is then quickly brought back alive by paramedics. After that point it seems you have to fight through hours of demonic hordes featuring fan favorites like the un-dead zombies. There are even parts were you get to drive vehicles and various other things. Charlie Murder is all about fighting robots, demons, zombies and whatever the story throws at you with your band fighting in the un-dead apocalypse (with guns of course).
Replay Ability: Moderately High
Final Verdict: Charlie Murder tries to bring the fun back in classic beat em up genre from the arcade days. Which I am glad to say it does and is enjoyable to see it do so. I give Charlie Murder a 9 out of 10 making it an RGN Gold Game.
Overall Score: 9/10
RGN Rating: Gold Game
Developers: SKA Studios
Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios
Available On: Xbox 360
Review Copy Info- A digital copy of the game was provided to RealGamerNewz by the publisher for the purpose of this review.
Xbox 360’s World of Tanks Beta Invites are still being pushed out weekly, and now that Gamescom 2013 is here developer Wargaming has decided to use the platform to let everybody know that they will be doing a large, more public push for the beta at this time. You can check out our own Deputy Editor playing the Beta in the following RGN Gameplay Video w/ Commentary HERE and if you want to sign up for a chance of getting in on the action visit the official developer’s sign up page HERE.
Saints Row IV has been fully reviewed on RealGamerNewz and you can check that out HERE. We’re also dropping a full play-through with commentary **CONTAINS SPOILERS**. In case you didn’t catch part one, two, three, four, five, and six; the links are below. Here is part seven of my series!
EDITOR’S NOTE: This will be the final episode until the game releases tomorrow August 20, 2013 due to embargo limitations! Enjoy!
Enjoy this video below which is beyond what has been currently released by Deep Silver’s PR. Check out our dedicated SR IV section for more news and info about the game.