In studio: Jody Macgregor, Lee May and Razor.
This week: the gang gets together to check out the versus mode of Mortal Kombat X (PC/PS//XB1). We also had a go of Primal Carnage: Extinction, an arena game that pits dinosaurs against humans. Razor and Lee check out Never Alone, an emotional and educational puzzle platformer based around aspects of Inuit culture.
Aired 22 April 2015.
Platform: PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3
Developer: Obsidian Entertainment
Australian classification: R18+
First and Foremost, South Park: the Stick of Truth is the perfect fan service. Right down to the walls of bodily fluids and shattered cue-balls you’ll find jammed inside Mr. Slave’s anus, it’s true to the show – disgusting, vulgar and consistently hilarious. Unfortunately, it’s a whole lot less effective as a turn-based RPG.
It’s fairly odd that one of the Xbox One’s exclusive launch titles is a new Zoo Tycoon game – but not because the Tycoon franchise isn’t popular, and the games are certainly fun. Zoo Tycoon’s biggest flaw, and what makes it questionable as a launch title, is it’s seemingly blatant disregard for a very basic and important marketing technique – the target market.