Previously, I talked about the 2010 release of Transformers: War for Cybertron. It was a decent title, but since it did fairly well and it is based on a beloved franchise, it was inevitable that it would get a sequel would be made. And in 2012 we got just that with Fall of Cybertron. So … More SNAG OR GAG: Transformers Fall of Cybertron
Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition On today’s Gaming On A Budget, I head to my local Wal-Mart for a copy of “Fallout 3: Game Of The Year Edition”, for a mere $12.88 (before tax). Tons of people know and love Fallout 3 for its expansive map, enthralling game play, and riveting story. Now, … More Gaming On A Budget: Fallout 3: Game Of The Year Edition
Awhile back, PS+ went up a whole $10, and people flipped out. Now, we have had a couple of months to settle down, and so far, Sony has really amped up their free games. Last month was Journey and The Lord of the Fallen, and for the month of October we are receiving the Resident … More PlayStation Plus Free Games: October Edition
Exciting news out of Gearbox Studios. They have confirmed that Borderlands 3 is the next game they’re working on. Announced at a Pax East panel, that Borderlands 3 will be their next game, after they finish DLC for Battleborn is completed. “It’s no secret, obviously there’s going to be another Borderlands,” Gearbox CEO and president Randy … More Borderlands 3 Confirmed by Gearbox
For the better part of 3 decades there has existed a franchise that has blessed with some of the greatest toys ever created, along with a tremendous amount of nostalgia to boot. I’m talking of course about Transformers, the toy pushing machine that is still going to this day. Though it has seen several different … More SNAG OR GAG – Transformers: War For Cybertron
Today I visit with Jean-Christophe Baillie, president & founder of Novaquark, a small gaming company based out of Paris, France, about their new upcoming game Dual Universe. This game sounds very exciting, with every facet of gameplay being player controlled. This is a very ambitious 25 person team that has been developing this game since … More Ground-breaking Space/Civilization game in the making! Interview with Dual Universe from Novaquark.
Does a name make or break a game? As gamers we all know what we like. Some of us like first person shooters, while others prefer adventure games. Even if you like first person shooters you might enjoy the likes of Call of Duty over Battlefield. This is fine and the reason why there’s various … More Does a Name Make, or Break, a Game?
Admittedly Racing and fighting games are two genres that I don’t really look forward to anymore. It’s not that I have any disdain for the genres. It’s just that in my 30 plus years of playing video games I feel like I’ve seen it all from the two. And really it’s only when new hardware … More Over the Horizon: Forza Horizon 3 Review
RPG Monthly: Mass Effect 2 RPG Monthly is back, and for this month, I decided that we’d continue our round-up of the Mass Effect trilogy. So this month we will be looking at the second game in the trilogy, Mass Effect 2. My personal favourite in the series, as it improved upon many features of … More RPG Monthly: Mass Effect 2
The Tokyo Game Show (TGS) has been wowing crowds for 20 years, and in 2016 it was host to the Japan Cup leg of the Capcom Pro Tour (CPT). Players from around the world piled into Tokyo on September 17th and 18th for a chance to qualify for a spot at the Capcom Cup later … More Capcom Pro Tour: Street Fighter V Japan Cup 2016