ESRB explains its Mature rating for Desperados III

The Entertainment Software Rating board has revealed its summary for Desperados III.

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DaReapa1652d ago

Hopefully this will release soon. I thoroughly enjoyed the beta.


Real-Time Resurgence: The Story of Shadow Tactics, Stealth Strategy, & Mimimi Games

In this retrospective, we'll cover the revival of the Real-Time Tactics genre and the story of the developers who did it, Mimimi Games.

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DaReapa101d ago

Same here. I got it and its expansion. A shame that Mimimi had to close its doors.


PlayStation Now games October 2021: The Last of Us Part II, Fallout 76, Desperados III

Also joining are Amnesia: Collection, Final Fantasy VIII Remastered, Yet Another Zombie Defense, Victor Vran: Overkill Edition

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MadLad1012d ago (Edited 1012d ago )

Welp, guess it's finally time to delve into LoU2. I don't like the direction they took it, but it's definitely worth trying.
Victor Vran is a lot of fun.

And I know it's still cool to hate on 76, but it's actually a pretty fun time nowadays, after many of the issues have been fixed, and they added actual NPCs and more RPG elements.
It's a deeper RPG than Fallout 4 at this point.

Either way, a lot of solid gets for Now.

Mr Logic1012d ago


"I don't like the direction they took it, but it's definitely worth TRYING."

People are totally allowed to not like TLoU2, that's fine. But how the hell are you going to not like something without even having TRIED IT. SMH

MadLad1012d ago

The first game is literally one of my favorites, a lot to do with the story.
Knows the outline of the sequel and doesn't like how they took the narrative.

Willing to give the game a go, but already knows they won't like the story.

Yes. So hard to put two and two together.

TheDoomedGuy1012d ago

It's a story driven game. If you've already been spoiled the story and now all the details or most of them then you don't actually need to play it to know if you'll like it.

I'm sure he'll like the gameplay of course. Also the graphics and voice acting.

LordoftheCritics1012d ago

This is the INTERNET.

Everybody knows everything.

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LOGICWINS1012d ago

"But how the hell are you going to not like something without even having TRIED IT. SMH"

What if I offered you my used underwear and you refused...and I responded with "How can you determine that you aren't interested in wearing my used underwear if you haven't even tried it on!?"

You don't always need to "try" something out to determine that it isn't for you.

LucasRuinedChildhood1012d ago


Spam account made 1 hour ago, likely made by Zmorin18 (recently banned).

The word "pathetic" best describes you, mate. Can't believe you've been at this for well over a year now.

Outside_ofthe_Box1012d ago (Edited 1012d ago )


***"What if I offered you my used underwear and you refused...and I responded with "How can you determine that you aren't interested in wearing my used underwear if you haven't even tried it on!?""***

What kind of false equivalency is that? A person not wanting to wear a used underwear has nothing to do with the quality of the underwear itself, but the fact that wearing a used underwear from someone else is unsanitary. Wow man

Mr Logic1012d ago


Right? Where were these children educated that they can't even make a coherent argument without reducing it to ridiculous non sequiturs?

CorndogBurglar1011d ago

It's very easy to look up the story online. He said he doesn't like the direction they took. He didn't say he doesn't like the game. Which is why he is going to try it now. He will likely not like the story, because it sounds like he already knows what happens. But he might still enjoy the game overall.

This isn't rocket science.

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LordoftheCritics1012d ago

Oh no welp, you just might like it.

Profchaos1012d ago

There's a but of misdirection in the advertising I actually didn't like what I saw in the previews or ads but once I played it I found it pretty enjoyable.

Also I just picked up 76 for under $5 I'm a fan of the series and so far I'm about 25 levels in and I still have mixed feelings about some things in the game I've been playing it entirely solo and it's felt alright some days I'm loving the game other days it's boring depending on the quest I'm grinding out it can be either a true fallout style quest or wow grind fest quest.

It's not anywhere near as good as a single player fallout enemy levels are frustrating seems that enemies everywhere just match your level or exceed it (going back to even the starting zone will bring with it super mutants that are ammo spunges) fast travel can get expensive and there's still a fair few bugs like enemies in t poses, everything is super expensive you need to get resource management to a fine art and you're forced to do things like building your camp to farm things like adhesives and usable items which was my most hated part of fallout 4 but there's something enjoyable about it.

Atticus_finch1012d ago (Edited 1012d ago )

Criticize one game because the story doesn't cater to his feelings.
But has no problem defending a game like fallout76.
Never change Teddy.

Yui_Suzumiya1011d ago

I had the platinum in less than a month after it came out .. it was the only highly anticipated Sony game during the entire PS4 life cycle that I had .. 10/10 from me

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MajinRose171012d ago

Was thinking of getting PS Now lately. Then they add TLOU2 now? Hmmm 🤔🤔. May break soon.

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Class_Viceroy1012d ago

Honestly there is no reason not to get PS Now. For $60 a year if you pay up-front (Most of time you can find a discount online as well), the price of ONE video game, you are getting access to hundreds of games, with 2-3 new additions every month. Even if you only play 20-30 hours total from the service A YEAR, it's worth the price.

Yes, 100% it's not anywhere near the value and quality of GamePass considering exclusives are included and many Day 1 third party games launch on that service. But it is a really great value nevertheless. It should be evaluated on it's own, not just compared. I own both services and it's roughly $200 a year well invested. I probably buy 70% less games than I used to just because of the variety and quantity between the two services. Only if it's an IP that I'm dying to play on release.

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TeamIcoFan1012d ago

This totally proves that TLOU2 is an abysmal FAILURE and Angry Joe was 100% right to completely trash it like the garbage it is BEFORE it came out due to the leaks!
Only terrible games end up on PS Now according to the internet!

0/10, even though I've never played it. I'm basing my negative opinion on those leaks and other people's views!

MrNinosan1012d ago

Seems people don't understand sarcasm when it's obvious, but yes I agree with you.
People say it sold shit even thou most of us know it's not true, and PSNow is just shit even if we who actually subscribes to the service know that's not true.

I'm a happy subscriber to both GP and PSNow and happily so.

PSNow has given we loads of great games to play, and so did GP aswell, at least with Octopath Traveler and Yakuza Like a Dragon.

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jBlakeeper1012d ago

Go look at the sales numbers and get back with us. It’s definitely not a failure.

AmUnRa1011d ago

TeamicoFan, you did not need 😉 at the end of your post. I was so cristal clear your post had sarcasm all over it. And yet lot of posters toke the bate, hilarious😂

Yui_Suzumiya1011d ago (Edited 1011d ago )

You off your meds, bro? lol .. You must be making a funny then, lol