At PAX East 2015, I was able to get a little hands-on time with the upcoming Wii U shooter Splatoon at the Nintendo booth, but this week I was able to get some more personal time with the game at a special media event in New York City. Nintendo recently unveiled a whole bunch of new features during its special Splatoon Direct. Sure, there was food, drink, face/arm painting and actual paint guns to shoot at the wall, but all I really wanted was some time with the other modes in the game I hadn’t yet sampled. (Okay, also, I couldn’t get as much time at the event as I wanted, so I wasn’t going to waste what precious time I had left on the extras!)
Since I spent last week reminiscing about Silent Hill, I have to do a little bit of catching up in this episode. I saw the huge new movie release the other week, and I’ve even finished a game in that time! Unfortunately, I was unable to play the Splatoon demo during the special times with everyone else, but I went to a media event and came away with some surprising new opinions of the game. Oh, just watch!
Well, this week took a turn. While Lopez was constantly demonstrating his love, another one of my so-called friends sneaked out of town behind my back! Well, I caught him, but there was nothing I could do about it.
I’m a little cheesed off…
With Konami’s cancellation of Silent Hills, I was inspired to look back over the history of the Silent Hill franchise and reminisce about my favorite (and not so favorite) games in the series. Come along with me on this fog-shrouded trip down Memory Lane!
It was a pretty uneventful week, really, even though there was technically a holiday. Just one major moment of drama (and I’m not even talking about Shari being upset that her favorite magazine, Big-Top Shrimp Risotto, had been canceled)… read on and I’ll cover the whole adventure!