Saints Row: The Third has some pretty crazy character customization tools, and they're letting us play with it early. We get hands on and create a soul-sucking demon from hell, plus we recap Jim Sterling's Battlefield 3 review, show off Skyrim's PC requirements, and more.
Saints Row: The Third has some pretty crazy character customization tools, and they're letting us play with it early. We get hands on and create a soul-sucking demon from hell, plus we recap Jim Sterling's Battlefield 3 review, show off Skyrim's PC requirements, and more. This is episode 221 of the Destructoid Show.
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If military shooters were ice cream, Battlefield 3 would be a neapolitan, since it seems to sum up every fundamental aspect of the genre. You've got your short campaign with a focus on multiplayer, you've got every standard-issue gun conceivable, and you've got plenty of explosions. Also, just like a neapolitan, Battlefield 3 boasts various flavors, and not all of them are palatable. (Jim Sterling)
There are a few games this season that are high profile enough to warrant that PC upgrade you've been putting off. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is one such title. Bethesda has posted the official system requirements ahead of the game's rapidly approaching November 11 release. (Jordan Devore)
When a company sells an optional add-on to a product, one usually assumes that it is just that -- optional. According to Famitsu, however, the PlayStation Vita's expensive memory cards aren't something you can just ignore, with some games refusing to even boot up without one inserted. (Jim Sterling)
Those who want to get a head start on crafting their character for Saints Row: The Third can do so now by way of the Initiation Station beta. Assuming they either pre-ordered Red Faction: Armageddon or bought the Saints Row: Double Pack, which is where the codes stem from. (Jordan Devore)