Payday 2: Crime Wave Edition
I played and loved the first Payday, even though it was a little rough around the edges with graphical glitches and general bugs. Payday 2 came out in 2013 and, for the most part, cleared up the problems with the first. Now we have the Crime Wave edition. What’s the difference? It’s now on the next-gen consoles, meaning better graphics and cleaned-up gameplay. Playing the demo with the four strangers that were behind me in line was an action-packed ride. This is a game that lets you feel like an actual criminal. The demo we played took place during a jewelry heist, where we ran in with barbed wire bats and smashed the place up, stealing diamonds and watches. It was inevitable that the cops would be called. Waves of police, SWAT and FBI arrived, guns blazing. My team won and I was given a cool Payday 2-robbery mask. Then I was ushered over to a black jack table where I gambled with fake money with the Payday 2 logo stamped on it. I had a blast at their booth; they really know how to treat a criminal. Payday 2 is slated for release on June 16, 2015
Call Of Duty: Black Ops III
Overkill’s The Walking Dead: The VR Experience
So ends the first day of E3 2015. Today was a lot to take in as I spent most of my time getting my bearings about and trying to figure out what’s what. That and the lines… god, the lines! Much to my chagrin, I came to find out that majority of your time will be spent waiting in lines to basically do anything. Want to go to the bathroom? Wait in line. Want to play any game at all? Wait in a LONGER line. Seriously, a normal wait time to play a demo is about an hour, sometimes longer. I guess that’s the nature of the beast though. Now, to get some beauty rest and tackle day 2 of this behemoth that is E3 2015.