I am not really a fan of celebs in games. I don’t think it adds much, though I do appreciate good voice talent in story driven games. Anyways, the FF7 remake and Keanu had to be the most talked about things from E3, so it was time to combine peanut butter and chocolate.
Well E3 came and went once again. It had its ups and downs, but very few surprises. Two main things I noticed: celebrities and services, neither of which I have good feelings about. Anyways, there are more images like this at Double XP’s Facebook page.
I’m not as excited about E3 as I normally am for some reason. Might have to do with Sony not being there or any game that I think I care about already being announced. But who knows, maybe I will be surprised. This comic has nothing to do with anything.
Professional game reviewers have skewed the scores so high that you would think almost every game is a historical landmark. When there is a genre-redefining game, it gets a 9, which should be fine, but then it sits there with 5 other games that got a 9 that month like Soccer Paywall 20XX and Loot Box Royale Part 40, and we wonder why we get so few innovative games. I’m not really making any sort of a joke, game journalism is just really in a rut and holds power they will never use for good.
It doesn’t matter what movie it is, people are going to text and talk. They will pay no attention to the movie, and then go home and review it online. Waiting to own a movie is usually my preferred way, but those same texting people will post all sorts of spoilers online making sure there is no way anyone can actually wait and be surprised if they haven’t seen it in the first 20 seconds it’s possible to see a movie.