When it comes to exciting releases, the rest of this year is pretty damn exciting. There are a ton of games I’m fully prepared to spend all my money on, and believe me, come December, those unsuspecting [insert game retailer of your choice] employees will know me. Head past the break for the most up to date release schedule for the rest of the games 2012 has to offer, and feel free to let me know what you can’t wait to get your hands on after the break.
If you’re like me, then your nights are undoubtedly plagued by bloody fantasies that have you riding a ghostly horse into the field of battle, where demons and angels are warring over whatever it is the two sides can’t seem to agree upon. Just as you force your way into the frenzy, you whip out your scythes and start ruining every goddamned thing that moves. When things start to get a little hairy, you decide to unleash your true power–a terrifying grim reaper form that throws your badass factor through the roof and up into the sky above. Angels and demons alike quickly learn to fear you, and just as you’re making your way up the pile of bloodied corpses that were begging for their lives just a few seconds earlier, the alarm clock goes off and you wake up only to remember that you’re a geek with no real physical ability. If you haven’t had this dream, I suggest living vicariously through my review of Darksiders II.
Oh yeah. You feel that warm feeling that’s prepping to seep in a fill the empty void that is your delicate earholes? That’s what the Dead Pixels Podcast feels like, and while I might be a little bias when I say this, it is a fairly incredible feeling. If your ears are in need of a little warming up, might I recommend spending an hour with TJ and I? We talk about all sorts of things, including crappy television, Tofu, and Adam’s new job. Oh, and we also talk a little about video games.
Tune in and enjoy a brand spanking new episode of the Dead Pixels Podcast after the break, and if you haven’t already, feel free to subscribe to Bloody Disgusting Radio via iTunes by searching “Bloody Disgusting.”