We’ve had a pretty good week here at LuvvaLuvva Towers. Black Friday provided some good gaming deals, ‘The Crew’ gave us it’s final public BETA (we’re updating our thoughts this week) and Shroud of the Avatar was released (to zero fanfare – it sneaked out really). Posts have been like clockwork and streams were more regular too!
All-in-all a good week.
It’s been a very long time since I delved into my backlog and reviewed what I’ve played. This week I streamed ‘Gone Home’, a game that’s been sitting in my steam collection for a very long time.
It’s a game whose content is sure to be hugely divisive and it could be a marmite game. The question is though was it worth coming home for, or should it have stayed where it was?
Today sees the release of ‘Super Smash Bros for Wii U’ (really Nintendo? This was the name you chose?) the biggest launch the Wii U has seen to date! While I’m not a fan of it, I can certainly see the appeal of punching Wario in the face trying to murder him by smashing him off a level! Bliss! Anyways.
While you’re taking a break from randomly spamming attack buttons here’s our list of the best fighting games ever?
Buy me! Please!I have the best exclusives this Christmas!
With the recent release of ‘Super Smash bros for Wii U’ there has been a question doing the rounds on the internet. A question that is worthy of some analysis. A question that needs answered!
That question is very simply – ‘have Nintendo won 2014’?
It’s a curious question when we consider that the Wii U is Nintendo’s slowest selling home console ever! To equal the GameCube (a massive 20,000,000 sales) it would be impressive considering how its first year was. However when we consider how they turned the 3DS around – perhaps this question has legs.
Let’s explore how Nintendo have pulled off this, greatest of all, great escapes.
We still haven’t received any submissions 😦
Although a massive thanks to J3w3l for the shout out on her blog!
Hopefully it builds awareness of what we are trying to do here…we are still open to submissions of your favourite Christmas video-game memories so fire us an email to email@example.com with your submission.
As I mentioned in the recap post two weeks ago, we are hoping to run a series of posts over the festive period on our communities favourite gaming memories; this is still our aim but at the time of writing we haven’t received any submissions; which is a real shame.
It’s been a big week here in LuvvaLuvva Towers! The big news is that MrJohnSherry is our new writer and will be a regular contributor of reviews and thoughts. We also opened our Facebook page and we still need likes so please go and like us over there; just click on the image.
We’ve also been busy reviewing the games you’ll e playing over the holiday season and those reviews will just keep on coming over the next few weeks! We’ll also be streaming regularly (More regularly than this week. Real life got in the way this week) and gearing up for the big Christmas push of content!
For many years now the ‘Call of Duty’ franchise has been sneered at by the Hardcore gamer. They lambaste it for the audience it garners (vociferous teenage boys with mics) and for being more of the same, the famous “copy and paste” scenes of ‘Modern Warfare 2’ and ‘Ghosts’ seemed to confirm everything they hated about the franchise.
New studio Sledgehammer Studios were originally tasked with making a COD spin-off title, now they are the lead of this years annual release and they have their work cut out for them following the abysmal ‘COD: Ghosts’.
The question is have they succeeded in making a good COD game that has significant changes to entice people back?