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Hey Guys! It’s NikkiSiixx bringing you another review for upcoming video game ALIEN ISOLATION! Watch the trailer and get a sneak peek into what the game has in store. And once the trailer of the game is over, you get about a 3 minute mini documentary from the staff and creators of the game. They were really devoted into maintaining the fear and original context of the Ridley Scott’s original classic film in 1979. I personally can’t wait to play this game! That constant worry of the Alien being loose in your space station. This game must be crazy to play. Got word from Godfree (Host of GamerTagRadio Podcast) back on an episode of NikkiJoMazing when we asked which games he was looking forward to and ALIEN was the one. In fact he described how scary the game really is and he was able to play the game exclusively at E3 this year. The game is set to release by SEGA on October 7th 2014 for PS4 and Xbox One.
At first glance I was absolutely skeptical; too many young cats push music that just isn’t quite ready to pick up steam. King V stands apart as an exception to this sweeping generalization. Undeniably young, only seventeen, and undoubtedly a little wet behind the ears, King V boasts possession of an impressive creative vision and a strong sense of purpose. The young Belgian phenom is building a solid foundation for growth.
With his unique dialect, purposefully heavy dialogue, and multiform talent it’s easy to draw parallels to a young Joey Bada$$ of the uber-group Pro Era. Both artists similarly boast a keen social awareness, ubiquitous intelligence, and a strong articulation that seems above their years. It’s a testament to the electric youth of the digital generation that artists like these can flourish and be taken more seriously than some of the cereal box rappers of generations past.
Ultimately, King V is not there yet, but that is no knock against his talent or potential. I’m sure he would agree that his growth is not finished yet, he’s not in his final form. “Fear” is a strong example of what he’s capable of and where he’s heading. The young Belgian lord is sure to rise with the stars. Keep tabs on him and his forthcoming tape, “Escapism”.