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Life Goes On embraces death in a way that most games don’t. Sure, lots of platformers embrace death in the sense that they know that landing the perfect jump will first require a lot of trial and error, but few make you intentionally kill yourself to get across from point A to point B.
Wait, what? A few things. Why does this exist and why didn’t this already exist? Regardless of the answers to these pressing questions, Call of Duty: Ghosts now officially has the best announcer in all of first-person shooters.
Instead of calling in your Titan just as the match is ending to unload on the enemy dropship, what if you saved your Titan? Just for a bit longer?
Video: If you missed it, all 39 minutes of today’s Nintendo Direct covering the next Smash Bros. game is right here for you to watch. Come for the character reveals — like Charizard! — and stay for the wacky fighting styles of The Villager and the Wii Fit goons.
It’s not just that it’s “difficult”. It’s not that it beats you down, over and over again, sometimes pushing you to the brink of frustration and frustration’s cousin: rage quitting. Dark Souls II is enjoyable because you can overcome that. Because you can be better — tougher, wiser — than the challenges it throws your way. Imagine that: tougher than the toughest game out there. No achievement can stand up to that.
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Probably the best thing about these videos from GameSocietyPimps is that everyone involved is such a good sport. Often these “character plays a multiplayer first-person shooter” pranks lean toward the cruder side, but this impression artist stays in fairly true character. Imagine Key & Peele’s Obama skit but a little less…angry.