Rundown (6/21-6/27) Mild Mannered Panic

0 Train Panick by chibiibiruSo, the reason why I did not put out a review of D4 this week is rather simple.  I have come to realize that my PC is not as top end as I believed it was when I made it two years ago.  I have been saving up some spending money, and am near my goal of… seeing as how I need to get a new monitor, $1,700.  I mean, it can run D4 no problem, but its framerate is inconsistent and I refuse to tolerate that.  Instead, I made the terrible decision to play Borderlands 2, which I am only going to go through so I can, without a doubt, call it wet hot street trash.  Also, I should be reviewing Punch Line this week, so, yeah, look forward to that, I guess. Continue reading

Batman: Arkham City Review

punchOkay, so earlier this year I decided to revisit Batman: Arkham Asylum, where I investigated the doubt I felt after playing the game, and decided that I really did not find the game to be all that great.  I gave it a 7.5 and all that, but not GOTY material in my book, just a surprisingly good liscense game.  I did recall enjoying its sequel, Arkham City a bit more, but even after plowing through it I distinctly remember feeling a sense of emptiness, and I figured out why… at least partially.  I mean, I’ve yet to reach max reviewed level, but I’ve at least gained ten since I started, right? Continue reading

Batman Arkham Asylum Review

angry_batman-wideSo, how do I follow up getting a new system?  By reviewing three titles that are not only very multiplatform friendly, but I had already played previously.  And this one is no different as am I here with another critically acclaimed game, but I went through it about three years ago and it was actually a title that helped spark my interest in reviewing as something about it just seemed off and the 16-year-old who would eventually call himself Electric Nigma didn’t know how.  Yet I believe I do as of now, so I’m going to do it now…  Also, I wanted to go through the game on PC, as I will with many others. Continue reading