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Trophy Whores 27 – Quote This!

Trophy Whores returns, and you can quote us on that! TrickyMic, hardrocknguy and Donny are back for another episode. Join them as they talk about more Sony/PSN issues, Capcom’s Anger, the upcoming Warhawk sequel, Namco Bandai Games, Movies and much more.

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Trophy Whores 26 – Being Sidetracked Is Profitable

Trophy Whores returns for another episode. Live, uncensored and completely confused. Join TrickyMic, hardrocknguy and Donny as they discuss more on the continuing problems with the PSN, a new Assassins Creed game, DC Universe Online, Homefront, Mass Effect 3 and much more.

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Mortal Kombat Review

 

Deadly. Eye-popping. Graphic. These are some of the words used to describe the Mortal Kombat series since its first debut in 1992. The series has spawned many sequels, movies, comic books, TV series, and a team up game with DC comics. When Netherrealm studios announced they remade the series, it rekindled a lot of M.K. fans. I had the opportunity to play the new Mortal Kombat and I’m glad to tell report a positive review to all you M.K. fans out there.

Story

The game is a contemporary retelling of Mortal Kombat 1-3. You play as different characters, throughout the story line, to see the different personalities and backgrounds. Curious about what Cyrax and Secktor looked like before they became cyborgs? Ever wonder what Scorpion’s slain family looked like? Want to know the Lin Kuei clan’s purpose for entering the tournaments? The story line answers these questions and more. The game combines cinematic story and combat seamlessly allowing the gamer to be engaged without worrying about load times.

COMBAT (or KOMBAT for the fans out there)

Mortal Kombat’s fighting system is smooth, fluid, and swift. The combo attacks, from the last four games are back, allowing chain attacks or the ability to turn the tables on your opponent. Combining these combo attacks with tag battles of special moves allows for some powerful and beautiful fight scenes. Of course, the special moves are back and better than ever. Landing attacks on your opponent reveals shocking damage through out the battle. I was locked into an intense battle that reveal one of the character‘s right arm had a bone sticking out of the skin.

The game introduces a meter bar that fills up when you land attacks on your opponent. Once full, your meter bar can add more damage to your special moves of deploy X-RAY attacks., a powerful attack followed up by an x-ray view of a character‘s organ damage or bones breaking.

FATALITIES

Yes, fatalities are back and better than ever. Each character has two fatalities (the 2ndfatality needs to be unlocked through the Krypt, but yuntwis has provided valuable info for you) and the ability to perform a stage fatality in 9 different stages. At one point, I was fighting in a subway tunnel and I held an opponent’s head against an oncoming train. I won’t spoil you with details, but fatality fans will be entertained. The game even features a fatality practice mode where you can work on perfecting or replaying a warrior’s fatal attack.

ONLINE

Mortal Kombat’s online mechanic has made some decent improvements, but there is still work to do. The online portion allows you to join different lobbies, where you can fight up to 100 different players. This feature is great, especially when you want to build up a winning streak. The lag has been the main problem. Lag slows the quick combat to a screeching halt or caused the match to end. There is nothing more frustrating than trying to pull off a fatality only to have the internet connection ended the match. Hopefully, a new patch will come along and fix this issue. I’ll give you more information on this aspect when the PSN will available.

EXTRAS

One of the biggest impressions to this new installment is the expansion to the simplest things. Practice mode can help you to focus on training, tutorials, fatalities, and even tag team mode. The test your luck mode is a creative way of playing the game with intense and random stipulations. . The game randomly selected a match that involved: no jumping, regenerating health, random missiles falling from the sky, and extra damage with combos. You can imagine the type of fun I experienced when I had to focus on a combatant, whose health regenerates, and random missiles from above. Krypt mode possesses a good amount of interactivity. You want to spend points just to see a helpless victim succumb to a horrible death.

The character deisgns have been given a fresh update, along with the stages. Looking at the stage background can be a treat. The living forest stage shows multiple victims being attacked or tortured by evil trees. The rooftop stage shows dragons and fighter planes in aerial dog fight. These little bits of interactiviy take the game to a new level that fits the next generation consoles.

Mortal Kombat revives its series in a way that lures new fans in without forgetting about the old fans. If you’re a fan of fighting games with violent deaths, then you’ll enjoy this this game.

I give Mortal Kombat a thumbs up.

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Trophy Whores 25 – Game Tagging

Trophy Whores is back, and no “outage” can hold it down. Join TrickyMic, hardrocknguy and Donny as they welcome very special guests from Gamertagradio.com Godfree, Peterocc & LadyLuck34. This group gives their opinions on the PSN outage,and talks about Portal 2, Infamous 2, the new Red Faction game and much more.

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Trophy Whores 24 – Donny Feels You

Trophy Whores is back, medicated and all. Join TrickyMic, (a sick) hardrocknguy and Donny as they discuss the PSN outage, a new God of War, PSPGo delays, used games and much more.

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Trophy Whores 23 – Thin Mints

Trophy Whores is here, and sweeter than a Thin Mint cookie. TrickyMic, hardrocknguy and Donny as they welcome Jeff Hanna, Senior Technical Artist of Volition Studios. Join them as they discuss the Sony/Geohot settlement, E3 Press Conference dates, Infamous 2, Capcom Games & Girl Scout Cookies.

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Trophy Whores 22 – Blind Monkey

Trophy Whores is back, no beta testing needed. Join TrickyMic (and daughter in the background), hardrocknguy and Donny as they discuss PSN Hacks, NGP, Infamous 2, EA and much more. Hey did you know we have a new site?

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Lego Star Wars 3 Review

Following the hit Cartoon Network TV series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Lego Star Wars III takes the first season and transforms it into the cute and funny cinema that the Lego series is known for.

The game allows you to progress through the episodes at your own choice. If you’re tired of trying to destroy the Malevolence star ship, then follow the episode that requires you to hunt Lego Count Dooku. If you want to go back to the Malevolence, go right ahead. The urge to chose the level progression is left up to the gamer for his or her enjoyment.

There are three new features that can keep a gamer on his/her toes. The first feature is the ability to play two different characters in two different places. At one point, I was playing as Asoka attacking General Grievous, but in order for me to progress I need to have Anakin Skywalker destroy a part of the space ship. By holding down the character switch button, I was able to switch characters and have the A.I. control Asoka. This gives the gamer the opportunity to see all aspects without the you worrying losing your place on the other side of the board.

The next big feature is the ability for a lego character to play on a massive level without any loading problems. On one level, I was Mace Windu fighting inside a massive star ship. I was able to jump into a star fighter, travel outside the star ship, blow up huge parts of the hull, and fly into the new levels of the star ship. All this is done with NO LOADING SCREENS. The developers have taken one of the best feature of the Star Wars Battlefront series and augmented it for a whole new experience.

Creating this much damage, to a huge star ship feels, just as epic as taking on the giant creature in Shadow of the Colossusor or Kratos taking on a massive titan in God of War III.

The third feature feels more of a Battlefront/Command & Conquer strategy style series. There are two opposing forces, your side and the enemy side, on the battlefield. You can create different building, like barracks or tanks, on your side of the field. What you build will produce A.I. combatants that will aid you in your conquest of the level. The enemy A.I. will be doing the same as well, so venturing into the enemy side and razing enemy structures is vital in winning the match.

All in all, Lego Star Wars III retains the same humorous game play as its predecessors and more. If only they’d make a Lego Grand Theft Auto game. I give Lego Star Wars III thumbs up for all our ProvenGamer fans.

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Crysis 2

If you’re one of the many people who never played the first Crysis, (like me) you are left with some curiosity about Crysis 2. After playing this impressive first person shooter, I feel like my curiosity was rewarded.

Some people may hesitate playing a sequel without playing the first game, but the beauty of Crysis 2, for all those 360 and PS3 fans, is that Crysis 2’s storyline is a stand alone game. Crysis 2 fills in the back story so you don’t have to play the first game to understand Crysis 2.

The story focuses on Alcatraz, a marine sent to help assist NYC citizens evade destruction. Armed with the power of the nano-suit 2, you must venture into the heart of NYC to save citizens, team up with marines, and take down the alien menance.

The story touches on some dark and disturbing elements. Traveling through an abandoned and flooded city felt synonymous to the New Orleans’ disaster. Watching a building collapse onto another (in first person view) is close to the horror of 9/11. Finally the elements of battles between soldiers, mercenaries, and aliens feels like Cloverfield and War of the Worlds  had a huge impact to the game.

The game may touch on some sensitive points, but those elements mix into the story to help produce a riveting story that that can keep player’s attention. Even though all these elements seem like the odds are against you, your nano suit 2 gives you more than enough abilities (combined with the arsenal of customizable weapons) to tackles any obstacles. From cloak abilities to maximum armor mode for head-on assaults and aggressive bosses, Crysis 2 gives you the potential to take on all forces.

The game play is open sandbox level based, which means you have to progress through levels to advance but you have creativity to approach these huge levels. You can sneak around the enemies’ gates through a cloaking ability or you can increase your armor and storm the gates guns blazing. The choice of game play is yours to decide.

The game play also allows the gamer the ability to gain extra abilities that give you an advantage such as enemy footsteps to see the path enemies have patrolled, silent footstep to prevent enemies from noticing you while cloaked, or the ability to see enemies that are also cloaked. Crysis 2 offers a plethora of abilities that can make the Predator jealous.

Crysis 2 contains action game play, plot twists that are as intense as a 24 episode, a powerful orchestral soundtrack, and stunning graphics that will keep the gamer locked into the story and wanting more.

If the single player experience isn’t you thing, Crysis 2 provides a multiplayer experience that is very entertaining. The multiplayer mode is 6 vs. 6 combat, which you will discover is more than enough when you dive in Crysis 2’s online matches. Aside from kill streak abilities, upgradeable and unlock-able weapons, and customizable character classes, the game combines the stealth and armor modes that can make gamer think outside the box when approaching team deathwatch or capture and hold game play.

 

Breaching a room filled with enemies or camping for other players has a different feel when you are invisible. Crysis 2 multiplayer’s abilities gives you the feeling that you can be on top with your kill streak, to instantly losing them to an invisible enemies and, in turn, that enemy can easily lose it from another invisible enemy.

The only downside, I had, with multiplayer is the spawning and respawning point throughout the levels. At certain times the game will spawn a you behind another person or respawn you in front of the person that just fragged you. I was fragged by someone camping at the end of the hallway only to respawn at the other end of that same hallway for that camping player to get another frag. Hopefully this is a problem that EA can fix with a future patch.

All in all, Crysis 2 contains a single and multiplayer experience that can keep the gamer playing for a long period of time. If you are looking for a graphically impressive shooter that contains a wild ride, than you should give Crysis 2 a try.

I give Crysis 2 a thumbs up for all our ProvenGamer fans.

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Radiant Historia Review

What if the world, you know, was about to end during your lifetime? What if the decisions you made were pivotal in the salvation or destruction of the world? How would you react? What if you had the ability to go back in time to those pivotal decisions and change your response creating a new outcome (but creating further problems down the road that can still lead to the end of civilization)? How would you react?

In Radiant Historia, for the Nintendo DS, you are confronted with this concept. In this turn based RPG, you play as Stocke, a special intelligence agent from the nation of Alistel. You’re assign to help your kingdom as it is at war with another nation called Granorg.

During a dangerous missions, you unlock the power of a mysterious book called the White Chronicle. The White Chronicle allows you to determine a critical event in your past travels and choose another path. If you chose to go north on a fork road and you got your party members killed, travel back in time and go south (allowing you to keep your newly acquired stats, skill, currency, equipment, etc.) .

In Radiant Historia, you are resetting the events of the game without pressing the reset button on you DS. There is a catch in the storyline of Radiant Historia. Changing an event in time gives Stocke a vague premonition about the future (that can be a pleasant prediction or a dark foreshadow of things to come).  Unfortunately the game does not give you any indication was to what path will lead you to those premonitions or what future consequences will come altering your past decisions. In saving a friend, during a bad decision, your kingdom may be in danger of losing the war and you will be forced to make another tough decision ahead.

With foreboding events appearing before you, the end of days riding on your decisions, and the ability to go back in time to take another route (whether it’s 2-4 different decisions for 1 event), Radiant Historia definitely gives you replay options without having to start a new game. You are granted the ability to take the road less traveled without wondering What if I took the other road?

The concept of Radiant Historia has a unique ability to grasp for the RPG lover. If you are an RPG fan that enjoys turn based RPG combat, then this game is up your alley. The combat is very generic, but does have some new unique tactics to help. You don’t have the ability to go back in time during a battle (it would be a great addition for a possible sequel) but you can cluster enemies together in battle allowing one player to attack multiple enemies at once.

The game also introduces change turns mode in battle, which allows you to change a character’s turns with another character’s turn in combat. This give a new approach to combat when you want your healer to fix up a party member before an enemy attack or when you want your strongest fighter to deploy the most damage with the cluster enemies function.

When you are not in turn based combat, the game switches to an over the top view (much like you have seen in early final fantasy games or the dragon quest series) which can be a rather frustrating part of the series. This type of the game wants to play, like the legend of Zelda series, where you can move objects around to get to new paths and items, but doesn’t entirely work.

With that being said, the story of war and changing the end of the world is intriguing and complimented by the nicely designed illustrations of characters throughout the games. If you’re an RPG fan looking for an RPG to try on your DS, Radiant Historia is worth giving a try. I know, after buying the game, I have never though, What if I spent my money on another game.

I give Radiant Historia a thumbs up for our ProvenGamer fans.

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Trophy Whores 21 – Crying In Your Car

Trophy Whores is back, and chalk full of trophy goodness..yea, we’re looking for new writers. Join TrickyMic, hardrocknguy and Donny as they welcome Esme from the SarcasticGamer Pink Show. Join them as they talk about PlayStation Rewards Program, Resistance3, The Agency, new Resident Evil game, movies based on games and much more. Hey did you know we have a new site?

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Homefront Review

When you look at Homefront, for the first time, you see a Call of Duty type of game with a powerful and promising concept. A story written by the same person that wrote Red Dawn and Apocalypse Now can really peak your interest, like it did with me. Unfortunately that is a fundamental flaw with this first person shooter.

After that, the story takes a turn for the worst. Each level consist of two moments: the moment where you are fighting for the liberation of America and the moments that interrupt the fight to listen to dialogue or background that you may not want to hear about.
One level won’t let you progress until you traveled around the entire resistance base listening to every aspect of the base. The first play through was an intriguing insight into this universe, but I’d rather not waste time (on my second play through) traveling through 10 minutes of dialogue just to pick up the gun and fight for the resistance.
These moment, aren’t set at just the beginning of the levels. After getting used to some shooting and level progression, you are interrupted with more conversations and dialogue. Breaking up battle with character dialogue is great and creates dept in your game, but only if you’ve been locked in battling endless enemies after an 1 ½ hour (not every 10 minutes).

Half way through the game, you discover a good portion of the story and characters are recycled from the Red Dawn and Apocalypse Now films. There’s the tough head strong fighter, the reluctant resistance member that becomes traitor, the scene where things appear to be turning well for the resistance only to find out the tables have turned, even a “WOLVERINES“ banner hinted from Red Dawn. All these scenes are revised or different interpretations of the two films. At certain moments, I felt like this game should have been called Red Dawn (but they probably couldn’t for copyright purposes).

Only until the last level do you feel the excitement of the game truly pick up, but abrupt ending and open ended voice dialogue made me wonder What was the point of the last level? What was at stake for me? Did I save the day in this game?

For those gamers that look forward to multiplayer aspect of shooters, Homefront actually delivers a fun time. The player has the ability to call in vehicles (humvees, tanks, and helicopters), the maps are hug (which is great for sniping and all the vehicles you can have in the level), and combat is nicely done.

There are the basic character classes (light gunner, tactician, heavy gunner, sniper, engineer, infantry.) which allows you to modify their abilities as you unlock them (through level progression). An interesting feature of the multiplayer is how you can call in you special abilities. When you collect points (through frags, controlling checkpoints, or achieving kill streaks), you can use these point to call in you abilities. This is a rather unique and helpful way of turning the online war zones without having to worry about getting 3-5 kill streaks in a game. A player can be killed dozens of time in a game and still have the ability to call in a tank drone or a hellfire strike.

Homefront is a game for all those multiplayer fans that are looking for a fun Call of Duty atmosphere game. Unfortunately that is the only redeeming quality of the game. If you’re looking for a rich original single player story, there are other options available.

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Fight Night Champion Review

What can I say about Fight Night Champion. FREAKIN’ SWEET! I think I speak for all who play and love boxing games when I say, EA came with a heavy hitter on FNC. The graphics are superb, the rosters are all licensed fighters (some are missing the ones I like) and enhanced old game play with exciting new game play online & offline. Brand new to the franchise is champion mode, making it the first M rated boxing game in the history of video games. Also new is making your own gym online.

Champion mode is Fight Night’s new story mode. As I said before, the game is M rated. Champion mode is very gritty and has a mouth full (if you know what I mean). It’s a very good story for a boxing game. It’s kind of a mixture of Rocky & Undisputed. As soon as you put FNC in for the first time, pushing start will take you right to the action. I was on my PS3 menu while the game was loading and was startled by the sound of a ten count of me laid out on the mat. The game starts you off in a prison fight as Andre Bishop, a pro mid weight boxer making his way to the top fast. Bishop is thrown in jail under false charges, serves his time. Well even though its a review, I don’t want tell the whole story but it is a good one.

The game play of Champion mode is slightly different. Whatever you had your settings on doesn’t matter because Champion mode has its own presetting. In certain fights right before the knock out you’ll trigger a slow motion which is very cool, it makes your knock out flurry looks even sweeter before you floor your opponent. And man oh man the last bout will make Tyson in the original NES game Punch Out seem like the modern day Tyson (just kidding), but for real its a nice challenge and a great new to the franchise

Legacy mode an old but nice enhancement mode of FNC. Legacy mode is the career part of the game where you create a player and climb the ladder to be the champion of the world. There are a few ways to create a player like uploading an existing player, create a player from scratch, or upload yourself, with the PS3 cam (personally that one sucks). I prefer to play God and create from scratch face, hair, body, tattoos, and clothes. You can put any name on your trunks for people to see. My character’s name, I can’t say too much, but it’s related to my PS ID (thatdtn).

Bringing something new to legacy mode is how you build your player skills. You get what’s called XP points, through training, offline fighting, and online matches. XP points can be used to make your player stronger & more athletic. Training is essential in the sport of boxing as well in FNC. Detailed training sessions are great, especially the punching bag. There are more moves you can do in the ring now & working the bag would help you in the ring. Don’t exhaust yourself you’ll have to watch a new stamina meter that will decrease the more you train. There is a rest period where I’ll advise you to take because if you over do it you’ll be to tired to fight and it will show in your next bout.

EA has put an separate training mode in the game to practice, because XP training points depends on how well your sessions goes . It pays off greatly if you can max your training. During your rise to champ the AI contenders will challenge, whether you choose to accept. When your the champ and feel that you fought all you can fight, you can retire as the G.O.A.T (Greatest Of All Times).

Another new addition to the franchise is online gyms. You can make your own gym and invite friends to join. I don’t know much about because it, I haven’t played much online, even though I do belong to an online gym. What’s cool about online fights (this time around) is that you gain XP points which is nice. Nope you can’t carry over XP from legacy (sad). The gym (your gym or your opponents gym) you fight under gains reputation & awards in an attempt to be the most recognized gym in world.

Create champs, build your gyms rep, spit out bums, and well that’s what you get bums. Online play is really fun and the time I spent there, experienced very little lag and good competition.

There is still this one thing that I really dislike with FNC, that is the button command lag. When you throw a flurry, then try to lean or block, is kind of hard because you stop mashing buttons and your player still swinging at your opponent. Its not as bad as Fight Night Round 4, but can still be a little frustrating. Overall, FNC is most definitely a must buy for anyone who is a lover of the art of Boxing.

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Trophy Whores 20 – Frawlz In Your Whores

Trophy Whores, the show that can’t stop, is finally here. Join TrickyMic, hardrocknguy and Donny as they welcome someone who knows his whores, Frawlz from the ScarcasticGamer Blu Show. Join them all as they discuss Playing Killzone 3 with Kinet, Duke Nukem Delayed, Geohotz, HD remakes and more. Please send all questions, comments, and (hate) mail to TrophyWhores@ProvenGamer.com, Twitter: @ TrophyWhores.
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Trophy Whores 19 – In Total Darkness

Trophy Whores is back, restraining order or not, with Episode 19. Join TrickyMic, hardrocknguy and Donny as they (somewhat) welcome PureDarkness to the show, and as they discuss SOCOM 4, Homefront, Infamous 2, Crysis 2 Demo & Motorstorm: Apocalypse.

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Trophy Whores 18 – Contradictions & Repercussions

Your naughty little secret, Trophy Whores Is Back, and finally legal with episode 18. Join TrickyMic, hardrocknguy and Donny as they welcome SinSeeker86 and discuss Modern Warfare 2 patches, PS3 firmware updates, Mortal Kombat, Infamous 2 and much more.

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Trophy Whores 17 – Diamond Dave Pwnage

The Trophy Whores podcast is back after its hiatus. Join TrickyMic, hardrocknguy and Donny as they welcome special guest Dave from Sarcastic Gamer Red Show, as they talk Sony bannings, Batman Arkham City. Resistance 3, Infamous 2, Trophies and Tips plus much more.

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Trophy Whores 16 – Delayed For Your Safety

Trophy Whores Episode 16 is here. Join TrickyMic, hardrocknguy and Donny as they discuss Activision, Guitar Hero being discontinued, Sony Xperia, the NGP, Trophies and Tips, and much more.

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Trophy Whores 15 – Just Awesome

Trophy Whores 15 is here… what no joke?…ok. Join TrickyMic, hardrocknguy and Donny as they welcome special guest superfan AwesomeJ95 and talk about Kill Zone 3, Resistance 3, Dead Space 2, Mass Effect 2, emails, and what happened on the Uncharted 2 game against the GroundedGamers podcast.

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Trophy Whores 14 – NGP (Next Generation Podcast)

Trophy Whores the show that won’t stop (and they’ve tried), is back for more. Join TrickyMic, hardrocknguy and Donny as they welcome special guest KalebKJC94 from the GroundedGamers podcast. Join them as they discuss the NGP/PSP2, Dead Space 2, Hackers Losing, Killzone 3 and much more.

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