00:38 - Gawain I've played Ico but only for I think half of the game, I had rented it when it had came out, journey sounds pretty much the same. shadow of the colossus had vast fields and relied on atmosphere
00:38 - moonflash Ya, Okami is just awesomeness. Spent 80 hours playing it on my ps2 back in the day. And the new HD remake on ps3 might be the prettiest thing I've ever seen
00:36 - !J.O.O.E.! I've still yet to play it but Journey sounds like it would pretty close. ICO obviously, as well. If you haven't played Okami I'd recommend that. Not necessarily similar to SotC but pure art in a game nonetheless.
00:34 - Gawain goddamn i remember playing shadow of the colossus, i had no idea back then the rave reviews it got from critics, some people hold it as the best game of ps2 ever.
00:33 - moonflash Which one would you place closer to shadow of colossus in terms of the overall atmosphere if that applies at all? Cuz I just loved that game to death
00:31 - Gawain any critiques on my review please, anything would be helpful for a new reviewer :) [link]
00:30 - !J.O.O.E.! I can't imagine how anyone could play it on a keyboard and mouse. Luckily my 360 controller worked perfectly with it.
First it was .Net. Then it was version 4.0.Now Metal Storm is taking the next step towards total world domination. No, we aren't looking to overthrow a Eastern European government and installing ourselves as a Metal Oligarchy. Our plans are much more insidious.
We are proud to announce the launch of Metal Storm Music!
That's right. We're taking the steps to become our own label! We figure with the number of acts throwing stuff at us for reviews or write-ups in the Clandestine Cuts features, and hoping some label signs the brightest and boldest, why not just cut out the middle man and start putting stuff out our damned selves. After all, we've been telling all of you what is worth listening to in metal for nearly a decade.
So today, we announce the first stable of bands to Metal Storm Music. We'll have some interviews with our "Founding Fathers" that will be popping up in the near future. Check 'em out. And be sure to check them out again once we get the ball rolling on recording and putting albums out!