Anime and fighting-game fans will find the ultimate experience within Jump Force. Mashing together anime universes and delivering an in-depth anime fighter is exactly what this game achieves. With an interesting backstory, where the real-world and anime universes collide, it brights fourth some interesting map designs and so much more.
Jump Force – YouTube Playlist with Gigamax Games
The first thing gamers will notice is the massive and diverse collection of playable fighters. With an enormous character roster and a long list of maps to play, Jump Force delivers an impressive amount of content right out of the gate. Every match is both flashy and exciting. Seeing so many different anime heroes use familiar moves on each other is nothing short of exhilarating. However, those that aren’t a fan of the classic 3D battle arena might have a hard time accepting Jump Force as a quality fighting game.
With a few drawbacks and plenty of reasons to play, Jump Force is worth checking out. In the very first episode of the Jump Force – YouTube Playlist with Gigamax Games, both Gigs and Mack go head-to-head and show off a bit of the classic couch co-op. This simple game mode is so hard to find in today’s games but its readily available in Jump Force. Between the Gigamax Games crew, there was an obvious winner but it just goes to show that there is quite a bit of skill involved in this unique anime fighting game. Button mashing won’t get anywhere too far.
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This time of year is always nostalgic. Looking back on the past year can bring back some great and not so great memories, but what’s important is to keep moving forward. Gigamax Games wanted to reflect back on some of the gameplay videos that helped the brand take the next step forward as well as some of those that fell flat.
Not every video was a big success but each and every moment has a special place in the crew's heart. Hope you find some hidden gameplay gems that you may have overlooked with all the other incredible content released in 2017.
Please, enjoy the top 5 gameplay videos of 2017 along with an added bonus on the bottom.
Yooka-Laylee by Playtonic, former creative talent who brought us the classic, Banjo-Kazooie! Huge fans of the Rare original, recording the Demo was a must. Gigamax dives into Playtonic’s proof of concept, 100% the level and showing the path to the end secret. [Find The Let's Play Page]
The Wolfenstein franchise has been around for over a decade and gamers were ecstatic to hear about this latest title. Staying true to their roots, MachineGames was able to get people excited about a single-player first-person shooter game. The genre has been scarce in modern gaming as most fps’ focus on the multiplayer element of their games and the campaign is usually an afterthought. [Find The Let's Play Page]
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 delivered dozens of hours of excitement so far and there’s still a long way to go. Even with some of the sub-par reviews this game received because of the fan service, it’s still a quality experience. It shouldn’t turn people away if they’re looking for a great, classic feeling JRPG. [Find The Let's Play Page]
With a brand new Monster Hunter coming to PlayStation 4, it was time to update the Monster Hunter Playlist. The Demo for Monster Hunter: World was available for a limited time and the Gigamax crew was lucky enough to give it a try. [Find The Let's Play Page]
Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is an amazing, awe inspiring experience that is one of the best games to come out in the past decade. So Mack and Gigs decided to hop on and make a couple Applebee’s jokes. All kidding aside, this game really is amazing and a great addition to the Zelda family. [Find The Let's Play Page]
Here you will find the Top 3 WORST performing videos from Gigamax Games. Maybe they were missed, maybe the community just didn’t like them but now's your chance to pick. Where these videos hidden gems or nothing but a pile a carbon? Be sure to let us know in the YouTube Comments or the comment section at the bottom of this page.
Thank you all so much for any time you choose to spend with Gigamax Games. Everyone here at this little organization wants to thank you from the bottom of their hearts. Each and everything the crew puts together is for the gaming community. This is all about you!
Diablo 3 received a host of updates over the past few months and it’s added content worthy of a revisit. The 21st anniversary of Blizzard’s Diablo franchise just past, seasons have come to console and with the Necromancer here, there’s a lot to explore. [Find The Let's Play Page]
It’s finally happened, Mack and Gigs have captured that perfect 'Winner Winner Chicken Dinner' moment on a recording. To commemorate this joyous the goal the crew celebrates with a measly view count and a round of high-fives all around! [Find The Let's Play Page]
Shovel Knight is one of those classic Indie Games that deserves credit. When games today offer 4k resolution at 60fps, many gamers are looking for graphics. Offering an 8bit, 2D platformer that can pull a modern gamer’s attention is impressive. [Find The Let's Play Page]
Don't forget, you can always find the 2016-2017 highlight reel below!
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