Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag multiplayer impressions (E3 2013)


One of the most anticipated games of 2013, Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag features an amazing Caribbean world to explore. While creating an amazing experience in the single player mode, the team at Ubisoft also made sure the multiplayer mode would be enjoyable and can easy to get into. Similar to … Continue reading

One hour with Dark Souls 2, my favorite game of E3 2013

The souls series is one that crushes you until you either get better, or until you poke around and find some way around the often seemingly insurmountable obstacle that you’re facing. It could be considered the video game equivalent of trying to join the Navy Seals. It’s about leveling up, … Continue reading

A.M.D at E3 2013. Rise of the A.P.U.


“A.M.D’s presence at E3 2013, in short, can be conveniently summarized using the company’s own acronym. All Machines Dominated.” Video games aren’t the only attraction on the Holy show-floors of E3. Every year the technology which enables next gen consoles, powerful desktops, gorgeous tablets, and the increasingly popular gaming laptops … Continue reading

Does removing DRM and always online from the Xbox One fix the problem?


It’s official. Microsoft has decided to do away with the need to “connect online at least once every 24 hours” and making it impossible to trade or let your friends borrow your games (thanks to certain DRM rules). This news came after Sony burned them at E3. Microsoft came out … Continue reading

Microsoft changes its mind on the Xbox One ‘always online’?

Update: Microsoft has issued an official announcement saying that they are removing DRM and always online. With the ending of E3 and the recent backlash that Microsoft received from the Internet community, it looks as if they’re set to change their minds about “always online” for the Xbone-err I mean … Continue reading

E3 2013: South Park Stick of Truth – From the twisted minds of Matt Stone and Trey Parker


For 16 years the children of South Park have wreaked havoc, made fun of religion and celebrities (do you like fish sticks?) and have gotten away with so much odd and twisted stuff that it has become one of America’s most controversial and favorite cartoons to watch. While this isn’t … Continue reading

Warner Bros releases ‘The Lego Movie’ trailer. What!?


So here I was browsing YouTube for something to fall asleep to (it’s kind of like how people need to sleep with a fan on, even when it’s 40 degrees). Well, this ad came up: [youtube][/youtube] I don’t know what to make of this. On the one hand it was … Continue reading

E3 2013 – Interview with Dark Souls 2 Director Yui Tanimura


During our E3 adventures, myself and fellow writer Ryan Southard sat down with co-director for the much anticipated Dark Souls 2, Yui Tanimura, speaking via a translator, to discuss the sequel to one of the most challenging games in recent history. In this exclusive interview, we talk about how development … Continue reading

Don’t update your PS3! Certain users have reported bricked PlayStation 3′s after downloading the new 4.45 update


Update: Sony has just pulled the new update with this statement. “We are aware of reports that the recent PlayStation 3 system software update (version 4.45) has caused the XMB to not display on a small number of PS3 systems. We have temporarily taken 4.45 offline and are investigating the … Continue reading

The Marvel Novels: The She-Hulk Diaries and Rogue Touch Reviews

She-Hulk Diaries and Rogue Touch

There are two novels that are coming out today from Marvel and Hyperion Books, The She-Hulk Diaries and Rogue Touch. These are new literary works featuring two fan-favorite characters, She-Hulk and Rogue, and not really based on existing comics as animated movies and novelizations sometimes are, but you can tell … Continue reading

Square Enix uses a Phoenix Down at E3 2013 with unveils including Kingdom Hearts 3 and FF15


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 … Continue reading

After Earth review

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Examining director M. Night Shyamalan’s career, I find myself pondering whether there’s something more behind the confusing path it’s taken. From the iconic The Sixth Sense to the critically brutalized The Last Airbender, an obvious and unwavering pattern of artistic decline has formed for reasons that elude me. And, yet, … Continue reading