Crazy Chicken Tales
Crazy Chicken Tales is the dark, horrific story of a crazed killer, who began his murdering ways by going on a sociopathic rampage in a local farm. Ever since, images of chicken corpses have haunted his nightmares, until one night, he decided enough is enough- He sets out to slaughter his boss, a figure who has pounced on him for years. However, he decided to do so with a chicken bone- One from the dead hen his childhood brought him. Ever since, the public has known him simply as ‘The Crazy Chicken Killer’. This game is his story, as you attempt to avoid the police and hit more innocents with your cockerel-based ways...
Oh, and by the way, we defiantly didn’t make that up as we only know the title and publisher. No way.
The Spectrobes series has never been as big as Disney wanted it to be, or actually think it is, but they continue to rock the boat onwards nonetheless. This latest instalment is the first to not be on DS, and therefore should really be promoted as a bigger experience, but they’re not- Disney is actually pretty much ignoring it.
We sort of enjoyed the original, giving it an 82% rating when we reviewed it o the old blog. We’re yet to play Spectrobes 2, but perhaps this closing part of the trilogy shall drive us to. We’ll see...
Metroid Prime: Trilogy
Just a couple of weeks to go now until the greatest bargin ever realised. All three Metroid Prime games where fantastic, (The original has a Metacritic score of 96%) and so making the first two even more fantastic by adding superb Wii controls and the achievements system would be great if they were being realised individually, as they are in Japan.
But by making introducing the three-games-in-one idea, Metroid Prime: Trilogy is going to be the not just a fantastic game, but a fantastic deal.