Since the Super Nintendo days, I’ve always been a fan of Squaresoft. With the merger of Enix back in 2000, I never had any doubt that the company would make games that fans like myself would love. There would obviously be a few games I wouldn’t like or want to play, but for a while, aside from More >
While the title of this article may smell like good ol’ trollin’, let me inform you that it most definitely is not. After having played the demo level cooperatively with the knowledgeable booth attendant, I decided I would go it alone and see how great a haul I could store for the winter. Though I More >
The Retro trend never dies. While consoles like the Wii/Wii U, and PlayStation are releasing older games to download, it never beats owning the physical copies and console. Let’s face it over time your Nintendo stops working, but when it does it will require you to buy another one from online or More >
So while at E3 this year I got a chance to take a look at some accessories, some of which being the new headsets that Turtle Beach has coming out.
Of course being Turtle More >
Out of all the games that were shown at E3, there is one game that probably didn’t get as much attention as it should, if only because it didn’t have an incredibly fancy setup on the show floor (though there was Polish beer on hand, which was a nice plus). The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is the final More >
Street Fighter players know how ridiculous some of the special moves can be, especially a super move. If you’ve played any of the Street Fighter 4 games, then you would know how long it would take for Ryu to charge up his Ultra fireball. Here’s a parody of Ryu’s special move done by the guys over More >
Ubisoft Motion Pictures is already going ahead with making two of its properties, Assassin’s Creed and Splinter Cell, into movies. Tom Hardy is attached to play Sam Fisher and Michael Fassbender is attached to play the main character in the Assassin’s Creed movie.
Now it has been revealed that More >
Platforming games used to be huge. They used to be system sellers. I still remember the day that I received an SNES with Super Mario World packed in. These days though, you’d be hard pressed to find more than a few decently budgeted platforming games; which is why a game like Castle of Illusion More >
At E3 2013, I was fortunate to find the OUYA camp right outside the LA Convention Center. To my delight, I was able to finally get my hands on the console and get a little game time. If you’ve been following the game news you should know that OUYA should be releasing soon, June 25, 2013 for More >
Do you love Dave and Busters but hate having to spend $40+ to get the most out of a night’s worth of games? Well, Comedy Central and Dave and Busters have come up with a contest that allows people to come up and present ideas for the next arcade game to be released at their, well, arcades!
The More >
I will admit that looking at the previous videos for Watch_Dogs, I wasn’t really blown away. This year at E3 however, I was able to see a live demo to get a better understanding of the game, as well as everything you will be able to do. Watch_Dogs takes place in an alternate version of Chicago. More >
I stopped by Square Enix and checked out a live demo of Thief. The gameplay reminded me of a mix between Assassin’s Creed and Prince of Persia for some reason. In the game, you play as a master thief named Garrett. The fictional world is a mix of steampunk and Victorian era. In the live demo, More >
There’s no doubt that after virtually sweeping almost every Game of the Year award last year, Telltale’s The Walking Dead was high on list of games to check out at his year’s E3. We were able to sit down with Telltale to talk about the upcoming Walking Dead DLC, 400 Days.
The 400 Days story More >
I finally got my hands on a DualShock 4 and raced down Redview County in a team of racers and cops in the upcoming Need for Speed Rivals. The goal? To get as many speed points as possible in just seven minutes. To accomplish this goal you must drive recklessly, performing stunts, challenging More >
I have to admit that I’m a bit of a Batman fanatic (many people are), so getting to play Batman: Arkham Origins at E3 just made my day. Warner Bros was kind enough to give us a live demo of the game, showing off new gadgets and game play.
Arkham Origins takes place about year two into Batman’s More >
Performance Designed Products had a lot to reveal at E3; everything from audio products, controllers, cases, and new Disney Infinity collectibles.
First, I tested out some headphones and quickly I found myself away from the E3 show floor and immersed in some fresh tunes. Both the Afterglow wired More >
At E3 this year, I was able to get an extended look at Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag. If you watched the Sony press conference, you would have already seen the first half of the demonstration. In the demo, you play as Edward Kenway, and you’re trying to find a rat within the pirates. Kenway finds More >
Just a quick snippet here folks. The Pokemon Channel on YouTube uploaded this clip, showing off the first gym of versions X/Y, which oddly enough is a bug-type leader.
Last time I checked bugs were weak against Fire, Flying, Rock, some of the most common pokemon around, especially Rock. But hey, More >
The first time I saw Hohokum was during IndieCade 2011, an indie gaming event in Culver City. What got me hooked was the unique colorful art and gameplay, along with the cute and silly inhabitants of the Hohokum world.
A couple of years later, I see the trailer for Hohokum at the Sony E3 Media More >
Check out the walkthrough demo video for Watch Dogs that was shown during the Ubisoft E3 Press Conference. In the demo, we get to see Aiden Pearce in the city of Chicago dodging cops in car chases and aiding a person using cameras. One of the coolest features is interacting with mobile players as More >
The Nerd Reactor gang comes back from the biggest video game event and talks about the games they’ve played and the games they’re excited about including TitanFall, Saints Row IV, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and more. They also talk More >
There’s no doubt that the gaming world is still reeling from the absolutely embarrassing public beat down that Sony gave to Microsoft at their press conference. Sony talked a lot about the upcoming PlayStation 4, but made sure to not shun any other members of the Sony family. Like the PS More >
With a more cartoonish look, Sonic Lost World allows players the ability to choose their path in a fully explorable world (think Super Mario Galaxy with way more speed). Different paths have different obstacles that require anything from precision movement to quick reaction skills as you race More >
Turns out that fan fiction can pay off. Literally. Fans of Team Fortress 2 who have been creating and submitting content (thanks to Valve’s Workshop) have actually been getting paid to do it. According to Valve, the amount has the accumulated payout total of $10 million, not including the More >
For those that have been following Hideo Kojima on Twitter, they should probably know that he has been working on this trailer for a while, and he has been very proud of it. Now I can see why he was so happy to be working on this. It is a very somber and moving trailer.
It shows many different More >