Here’s a “Community” TV show reference (for fans of the show, you’ll know what i’m saying, for non-fans, don’t worry I’ll get to my point): Remember on Community, just when the show got really awesome, they fired the creative mind behind it and replaced him with generic staff writers and you feared that the show would never be the same? Well with Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified, it’s kind of the same deal.
Find out what I mean after the jump!
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Sony took the stage at 9pm EST (6pm PST) Monday night.
Typical of Sony, they opened with a huge cinematic show, featuring all of their characters and IP’s to a soundtrack of…you guessed it: Dubstep. Seems to be the popular choice this year.
Jack Tretton, President and CEO of Sony Entertainment then took the stage. He started with thanks to the gamers. He thanked them for their loyalty and their dedication to the brand. He also thanked Kaz Hirai, President and CEO of Sony Corp. who stood up and received a short standing ovation.
Then the show kicked into high gear.
Lately, I’ve been spending what little time I’ve had for gaming on MLB 12: The Show on the Vita. This is a franchise that stood out on the PS3 as being one of the best looking sports games in recent memory as well as being THE best baseball game out there.
This is why I’m so disappointed with the PS Vita iteration.
The Vita is here!
I’ve had five days to play with Sony’s new handheld, the PS Vita, and so far it’s a great experience. Here’s a rundown on my experiences with it so far, both good and bad.