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Team Fortress 2: Meet the Spy!

By BlueZeroBlueZero
17 May 2009 21:44


So the spies at Valve have managed to leak the Meet the Spy video. I would say that the Spy did it in the Blue Briefcase Room with the knife. Clue references aside, the video was obviously leaked on purpose to generate more excitement about spies and their glorious life. All you have to know is that this video takes the cake for the best Meet the …. video from Valve. Updated: We know know it is legitimate.

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Super Smash Team Fortress 2 Brothers

By BlueZeroBlueZero
17 May 2009 21:29


I wasn't expecting someone to recreate the introduction of the classic Smash Brothers 64 game using the Team Fortress 2 characters and Gary's Mod. The end result is a great movie that stays true to the original.

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Rare's Stop 'n' Swop Finally Revealed

By BlueZeroBlueZero
16 May 2009 23:26

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The spinning eggs of 10 years of torment

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Stop 'n' Swop (SNS), it was to originally link data from Donkey Kong 64, Banjo Kazooie, and Banjo Tooie. It would have been accomplished by removing one of the games and putting in the other in a short period of time where the data would have stayed in the N64 RAMBUS. Rare decided not to make the feature connect with Donkey Kong 64, probably because they ran out of time, but make it a feature of Banjo Kazooie where at the end of the game, if you collected all the Jiggies, then Mumbo showed off hidden eggs that would unlock things in the sequel. Stop 'n' Swop is finally revealed since the two games have been released on the 360's Xbox Live Arcade as modified ports.

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The Mask SNES

By BlueZeroBlueZero
15 May 2009 04:45


Note: I haven't played The Mask on SNES nor did I create this video. While I was browsing YouTube like I always do, I found what seems to be an archived video walkthrough of the first level of The Mask game. Since I LOVE the movie and the gameplay and commentary was entertaining, I thought it fit to share the video. Analysis of the first level after the click.

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Media Gamer: Random Scatman Edition

By BlueZeroBlueZero
14 May 2009 19:48


Link's not so good games live on in parody form. The three Zelda CDI games should never have been made. This is why Nintendo doesn't license out first party properties any more. This happy fellow is the local shopkeep. His name is Morshu and he likes to fly in and out of the screen like all the other CDI characters. This is what video game creators must have thought was ground breaking with a change of animated character perception. After the click are more strange videos you want to watch.

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White Knight Chronicles: Forgotten Secret Trailer Preview

By BlueZeroBlueZero
13 May 2009 07:08


White Knight Chronicles, how you tease me. Your first CG trailer blew me out of the water with the magnitude and scope of the world. The video here showcases the care that has been made in the localization process. While only the main character, the villain(?) and the narrator speak, their voices are good and above in quality.

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Video Game Menu Music (Part 1)

By Zott820Zott820
12 May 2009 23:43

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When people boot up their game, and skip that introduction movie that they may have seen 40 times, they wish to be grabbed by something striking, something aspiring, something that makes them want to play the game.

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Japanese Tales of Symphonia Opening

By BlueZeroBlueZero
12 May 2009 18:57



I'm not usually a big fan of Japanese music paired with opening movies. For Tales of Symphonia, the Japanese opening is MUCH BETTER than the English opening which replaced the Japanese lyrics/music with very calming music instead. This is a failure because the last thing you want to do is relax a player before they start an RPG. You want to fire them up with amazing cinematics and moving music so they are willing to spend the 50+ hours RPGS take to complete. Below is the inferior American opening. The mood is completely different and not as effective.

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Batman Arkham Asylum Hands-On Preview (PS3)

By BlueZeroBlueZero
12 May 2009 03:17


I had the great fortune to be at a electronics store last weekend and I got some hands on time with the Batman Arkham Asylum Demo that seems to be exclusive to the PS3 kiosks. The Batman demo only showed off the challenge rooms, which are the equivalent of Batman fighting waves of Joker's goons. I played the challenge room shown at the start of this trailer and shown frequently up to the minute mark. The demo didn't have any other levels to pick or bosses to fight so I am just referring to the trailer above to help understand the challenge room setup.

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Bayonetta: Story Trailer Preview

By BlueZeroBlueZero
12 May 2009 02:50


I'm a big fan of Bayonetta, let me explain why. I love stylish British women with great one liners. Bayonetta's Ninja Gaiden/Devil May Cry action gameplay is one of my favorite genres. Any lame person can play turn based games (hint they are usually Japanese games) where they can walk away from the "action" and come back hours later to make a move. Life isn't like that. Flying by the seat of your pants is a true skill, one that action games bring to life. Anyway, Bayonetta looks to offer a complete package from the trailers shown. It has a lot of great features:

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