I really enjoyed writing, and regularly updating Fucked Up Games for you guys, but I’m on my way out. I’m taking a job writing for another website, and it’s for the best.
But none of this would of been possible without you, if it wasn’t for the several thousand readers popping in each day, or the 1000+ active Android app users, and their glowing feedback I wouldn’t have ever had the motivation to keep writing up to this key point.
Fucked Up Games has been proudly ad-free since its inception because the cash generally just wasn’t worth degrading the user experience, but as regular readers who’re all caught up wont have much use for FUG anymore (besides maybe browsing some of the categories on the right; I recommend ‘Humor’ ‘Sex’ and ‘Drinking Games’) and in light of this, I’ll be implementing banner ads in the near future in an attempt to compensate myself for the financial investment I put into Fucked Up Games.
I’ve always considered the readers as a form of friend, I wrote everything on Fucked Up Games for you, and I welcome any final thoughts, criticism, or anything else in the form of a comment below.
Darksiders 2 is a game that’s getting a great average of 83-85 on Metacritic, which bodes well for THQ, because THQ is counting on Darksiders 2 to keep their quickly sinking ship afloat.
Yes, THQ is having money issues which is a shame since they’re the ones who brought us quite possibly the greatest urban sandbox slaughter game available on the market today: Saints Row 3 (blows 2008′s GTAIV out of the water, haven’t had a chance to play Sleeping Dogs, though I hear excellent things)
So this single post is my ill-attempted effort to raise THQ awareness, think of them like an adorable, oil covered penguin, who might just be too lubricated oiled up to hold the Saints Row Penetrator high and proud, and bring us Saints Row 4 (most awkward metaphor ever)
Continue reading for 2 Darksiders II trailers, including a strikingly sacrilegious church sermon live action trailer, starring Death himself of course.
Cops is well known for its classic beloved theme song “Bad boys, bad boys…” and for the idiotic often inebriated criminals that’re always good for a couple laughs. Well now we’ve got a hilarious Skyrim version of Cops, where medievil themes, and pretend reality law enforcement meld into something truly wonderful.
Borderlands 2 has been strutting its stuff with a pretty impressive pre-launch mostly trailer focused advertising campaign, and those videos were, and are definitely entertaining, but nothing beats this Borderlands 1 retro demake.
Yes, the original Borderlands has been turned into a top down 16-bit shooting game, and it’s pretty damn entertaining as far as free browser games go. In true Borderlands fashion, you collect XP by killing monsters (which goes towards leveling you to increase your stats) plus every other monster drops a weapon crate you can rummage through to pick whichever firearm suits your killer personality.
Since Grand Theft Auto 5′s announcement Rockstar has been very subtle, and coy in marketing their 2013 bound juggernaut by releasing a couple screens every once in a while, and due to this we haven’t spoken about the title in a while, after all a screen or two isn’t really worth a post on a blog like this that (at least attempts) to encapsulate, and share the most important or entertaining side of the video game industries Mature exploits.
But now we’ve got 8 impressive screenshots of Grand Theft Auto 5, and they’re generally quite the sight to be seen. But the most exciting aspect to these pictures isn’t just the graphical prowess GTA5 is touting, but rather the range of activities you can pursue in Rockstars upcoming street rampage simulator.
Continue reading for 7 Grand Theft Auto 5 screenshots that depict: Tennis, Dirt Biking, Bicyling, along with an Airplane, and a helicopter; both of which have been confirmed as aircrafts you’ll be able to pilot in Grand Theft Auto 5.
Vote!!! is a free hilarious looking game by the creators of Infinity Blade, it’s unfortunately iOS exclusive, but the video above depicting presidential candidates Barack Obama, and Mitt Romney pummeling each others exaggerated cartoon faces is a sheer delight.
This game though crude, and entertaining is more tongue in cheek than anything, if the developers really wanted to stir the pot, they’d throw in a bunch of Fat Princess-esque violence into the midst; then we’d have a real hell raiser on our hands.
Continue reading for a nice lengthy official description, features and list of compatible iOS devices for Vote!!!
At E3 this year Sony debuted Assassins Creed 3′s Naval Warfare gameplay at their press conference, whereas Ubsoft demoed the actual main gameplay, I initially thought that the Naval Warfare wasn’t all too important in Ubisofts perspective (thus allowing Sony to preview it, rather than doing so themselves) but at Gamescom this year Ubisoft shifted their focus to the Naval Warfare, which they’ve since said has had a full dedicated team working on it.
I was generally underwhelmed by the gameplay demo shown off at E3, not because it wasn’t interesting, but it seemed almost irrelevant to Assassins Creed’s core gameplay, regardless witnessing an actual trailer for this mode is aimed to otherwise get your blood pumping for Naval Warfare.
However, the trailer doesn’t quite live up to its potential on its own, but thanks to the song “He’s a pirate!” from Pirates of the Caribbean, this trailer works out to all kinds of amazing, and syncs astonishingly well. But to get this to work, you’re going to have to start the mini-video player I embedded at the 16 second mark within the trailer above (YouTube oddly isn’t currently allowing embedding to a specific point in a video)
To get this to work absolutely perfectly, click play on the Assassins Creed 3 trailer above, then click play and pause immediately after in the mini-embeded player, and click play on it exactly when you see the video above reach the 16 second mark. This wasn’t figured out by myself, but by the top commenter on the Naval Warfare trailer.
Dishonored is no doubt a visually, and artistically titillating game, but that distinct style though overtly apparent isn’t what the developers have been pushing, or marketing Dishonored by.
No, Bethesda’s been proudly touting the many different ways you can complete objectives in Dishonored, whether your task at hand is deciding between the multiple methods of murder, or the different ways of deserting your pursuers; Dishonored has shined as a thoroughly impressive open world game.
Ways you interact with a game world have often been varied though, and it’s interesting to see that even within a mission in Dishonored lies a multitude of maneuvers catered to your play-style. In this ‘Lady Boyle’ gameplay demo Bethesda leaves the responsibility of:
Finding a way into the Boyle estate
Figuring out which Lady Boyle is your target
Disposing of the correct Lady Boyle, resolving the issue non-violently, or even murdering everyone in sight
completely in your hands, and co-creative director Raf Colantonio even alludes to your decisions ultimately impacting your ending, in an unforeseen way.
Dishonored is dropping on the PC, Ps3, and Xbox 360 October 9th.
“Sam does this under the condition that: it’s his team, his rules, and he answers solely to the president”
This 10 minute gameplay walkthrough for Splinter Cell Blacklist shows us some of the best of what Sam Fishers new title has to offer including: beautiful graphics, an intriguing storyline, potentially ruthless moral dilemmas, action packed (or covert stealth) gameplay, and a whole mess of remorseless bloodshed.
Splinter Cell: Blacklist is targeting a Spring 2013 release for the PC, Ps3, and Xbox 360.