Jan 022014
 

DeadSpace3

Dead Space was one of the best horror games to have come out since Resident Evil 4. It had tension, it had survival skills needed it had frightening monsters and a pretty good storyline to boot. Dead Space 2 extended everything from the gore to the weapons to the awesome looking new suits. Dead Space 2 is the epitome of survival-horror and of course our expectations were really raised for Dead Space 3. So what the hell happened here?

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Feb 282013
 

PAranerdsrising

This week on the Paranerds Podcast: The Paranerds speak about Dead Space 3, Splatterhouse, Final Fantasy IX, The Three Stooges and Guild Wars 2, they also go over new releases and News (See below). The two then go over some useless trivia with some facts from Didyouknowgaming.com and Kevin reviews Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance all while trying to avoid and PlayStation 4 news.

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Feb 112013
 

There’s no disguising the fact this isn’t a horror series anymore. A series with horror elements in the same sense as Bioshock perhaps but not an actual horror series.

While the first two games were certainly criticized for the amount of bullets and weapons you had to mow down space zombies, there was often at least this attempt to have horror moments. Dead Space 3 doesn’t even bother with that and at the end of the day it’s closer to Borderlands in some respects than the previous games. But does that make it bad? Far from it.

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Jun 152012
 

This week on the ParaNerds Podcast, the nerds speak about Batman:Arkham City, Arkham City Lockdown and Minecraft. They also go over NEWS (see below) and read some fan mail.  Being a slow week the duo go over some of the best and worst gaming music but unfortunately is cut short due to a bad cut to Kevin’s thumb (image can be seen: warning pretty gory) .

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Jun 042012
 

I told you we’d be back. So now, yet another giant that has nothing to do with peddling a major console is done with their main presentation. Let’s talk about it. Luckily enough, there weren’t a lot of that “Entertainment, not gaming” that Microsoft went for so it made for an overall exciting press conference. 

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