Like many gamers, I’m both curious and on the proverbial fence about PlayStation Move. The peripheral’s great. I had the privilege of testing it before launch and think it has loads of potential. I’m just disappointed with the initial software lineup. The flagship title, Sports Champions, doesn’t hold my attention long, and there’s little about Kung Fu Rider and Start the Party that excites me. It’s OK if you disagree, since a lot of people are happy with the device and its games. But I need something else to pry $99.99 from my wallet, some glimmer of hope that leads me to believe that Sony intends to make the most of its new toy, and it appears that I have the perfect answer. PlayStation Network.
John Artest (RunDLC)
Air Conflicts: Secret Wars debuted in 2011, and later updated for modern consoles. However, it's the PlayStation 3 edition that stands out.
BLG writes: "Dead Space. It’s a beloved horror series – one that yours truly can’t stop talking about on stream! Yet there are more Dead Space games than you may be aware of. So it’s my duty to introduce you to the best Dead Space games, and one very, very bad one. It’s time to grab a plasma cutter, cut off the limbs of terrifying necromorphs, and decide once and for all (on this website) which of the Dead Space games reigns supreme!"