Friday, March 23, 2012

Changing Mass Effects Ending!?!

  Okay, okay, okay I can understand at times when people say that certain game ending are shit, but in the case of Mass Effect 3 and the recent outcry of the community, wanting to change the games ending. I just had to write this post and express my own opinion. Mass Effect 1 to 3 had solid game play and great stories, that brought the universe to Mass Effect to life. So when I see the complaints about the ending needing to be changed, I took it upon myself to play ME3 all the way to the end. So having experienced the greatest finally of my life, I would have to say to you the members of the gaming community.

   What the fu#$ are you bitching about, the Mass Effect series has done its job. Its told a great story and spanned three full length games and not only that, has kept the fans happy with editor choice reviews. What more do you want?  More Mass Effect? come on people look at what happened to Star Wars. Ep 4 to 6 were great and we didn't really need the back story of the newer more hamfisted episodes. The point is that if you try and milk a franchise then your going to loose its special place in everyone's heart. I personally loved the ending of ME3 and thought it was a great way to end the series. Well, that's all I have to say about that.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Game Dev does it his way.

Game developer Eric Wuss of Red Sun Games is fed up with the lack of support for international projects at and has took it upon himself to start his own kickstarter project on his studio's home page. You can see it here

When asked why he would take such a bold move? "I just want a chance to produce a game that is thought provoking and entertaining, that's all. Everyone deserves a fighting chance at their dream. I couldn't start this with kickstarters, so I decided to try an alternate way to get support. My hope is that people will support my dream" 

There you have it, a man with a dream, and a hope to someday soon be able to realize that dream.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

No PvP... WTF Blizzard

The good news is that Diablo 3 is days away from being ready for release. The bad news is, Blizzard had to sacrifice PvP in order to do so.

 “As we’re counting down the days until we’re ready to announce a release date for Diablo III,” the company explained on the game’s official blog. “We’ve come to realize that the PvP game and systems aren’t yet living up to our standards.
As a result, Blizzard “made the difficult decision to hold back the PvP Arena system and release it in a patch following the game’s launch.”
“After a lot of consideration and discussion, we ultimately felt that delaying the whole game purely for PvP would just be punishing to everyone who’s waiting to enjoy the campaign and core solo/co-op content, all of which is just about complete.”
When the PvP patch is ultimately ready, it will add multiple Arena maps with themed locations and layouts, PvP-centric achievements, and a matchmaking system that will help players get into fairly matched games quickly and easily.

Well this is a surprise.

I was doing some house cleaning in my blogs when I noticed that this blog had over 1400 views of various news topics. So I will be bringing back the news and sharing it with you the readers. Some of the news may be topics that you may have already known, but never the less I will strive to bring you the latest and greatest news that is happening in the gaming and tech industry. Stay tuned.

Don't forget to check out my main companies site Red Sun Games as I am primarily now an Indie Games Developer.

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