Grand Theft Auto V, A game that mocks today’s culture and economics. You lose if you get offended.
Grand Theft Auto V is the latest game from the Grand Theft Auto series, released in September 2013 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, eventually reaching the Playstation 4 and Xbox One the following year. Just like its predecessors, Grand Theft Auto V is an M-rated action game featuring a massive open-world environment to roam, filled with countless activities to do. It’d take hours to simply traverse the map in its entirety.
The story revolves around three (3) protagonists that were suddenly connected due to a simple repo task and ends up with them killing everyone that fucks them over as the story progresses. Franklin is a young gang member of The Families from downtown Los Santos, however, following a break-up and time spent doing low-tier jobs, he concludes that the gang war isn’t sustainable in the long run, and tries to better his position in life. Michael is a retired bank robber whose marriage and family is on the edge of a breakdown, and his only salvation is a weekly visit to his therapist. Trevor is a Canadian, that’s all – I kid, Trevor is… an unstable, psychopathic criminal with over the top insanity and sexual aggression towards everything.
Odin Sphere Leifthrasir, Where remastering done right with Vanillaware and Atlus
Odin Sphere Leifthrasir is a stunning remake of its 2007 PlayStation 2 counterpart, simply titled Odin Sphere. Fans of Vanillaware are familiar with the artistic excellence standard for their titles, from the breathtaking background and character designs to the smooth animation and gameplay to match; If you’ve played Oboro Muramasa Rebirth or Dragon’s Crown, then you know what to expect from Odin Sphere Leifthrasir.
Upon the start of the game, we’re treated to a short series of cutscenes regarding the Cauldron ownership and Titrel ring that started a war across Erion, ending with Gwyndolyn knowing of her sister’s death. After the intro, we meet a cute kid named Alice and her cat… Socrates. Likely growing bored of her room, she decides to venture up into the attic where they stumble upon the books for this story, and give them a read. The story unfolds in the form of these books, starting with Book 1 : Valkyrie for Gwyndolyn, then Book 2: The Pooka Prince for Cornelius, Book 3: Fairy Land for Mercedes, Book 4: The Black Sword for Oswald, Book 5: Fate for Velvet, Book 6: Armageddon for the game climax and lastly Book 7: Wheel of Fate for the game’s coveted epilogue / true ending.
PS Vita Hatsune Miku Limited Edition is a beautiful handheld console to own. . .
Sony announced in mid-August 2012 that for Project Diva fans there will be a PS Vita Hatsune Miku Limited Edition. The overall design follows the idol’s appearance on the back, placed in a crystal white color. In addition to the console, they also included a copy of the then-new game: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA ƒ. They also announced that there will be Wifi and 3G/Wifi models.
Items inside the package are pretty much the same as the common PSV boxes, however, included are additional items such as 4gb PSV memory card, In-game VR card — where it’s a 3D version of the back touchpad design, Miku screen protector decals — (it differs based on release version as I saw from other buyers), Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA ƒ game and lastly the PSV console itself.