I have to admit: I pre-ordered The Division. Pre-ordering is generally dumb, but I was so excited for the game that I wanted to dive right in. So I preloaded it, and stayed up until like four in the morning to get my first taste. Playing through the single player content with my friends was fun, despite the occasional glitch. The missions and side quests were fun and tense, the lore was absolutely...[Read More]
Alright, so many people around the world are infatuated with Nintendo’s secret project that was finally revealed to be the console/portable hybrid it was rumored to be. Yes, the Nintendo Switch, at least judging by the trailer, looks like it could change how high quality gaming is treated. This capability to play a high definition game on the go, and then dock it to the TV at home opens up a...[Read More]
While most folks are warming up with pumpkin spice lattes to watch all manner of scary films, I usually key up some scary anime instead. Personally, I never did enjoy horror in film, aside from a few such as the nightmarish Alien, or the politically interesting Purge series. However, for some reason or another, I do enjoy horror in my anime, particularly ones with ridiculous amounts of violence an...[Read More]
Being my favorite game series, I have always looked forward to playing each new title. For each title is a piece of the puzzle that gets more and more convoluted, but more fleshed out. It is a fascinating conundrum. I was concerned for Kingdom Hearts 3 since I only have an Xbox One, but then they announced it for both consoles, so mission accomplished, right? No. Kingdom Hearts 2.8: Final Chapter ...[Read More]
I don’t think I’ve met someone who dislikes Jotun. While visiting Montreal, I had the opportunity to sit down and speak with William Dubé, the president and CEO of Thunder Lotus Games about being an indie developer, Kickstarter, and the way the gaming world has changed as a result of crowdfunding. The man has an infectious enthusiasm, especially about making powerful games that resonat...[Read More]
Last month, Jason Blundell stated that he believed that the Call of Duty community would have a difficult time solving the Call of Duty Black Ops 3 Revelations easter egg and that it may take a few days to solve. Today a Streamer named BigHeck225 and his friend were the first two people to complete Call of Duty Black Ops 3 Revelations easter egg.
In 2004, Yukes and THQ released the first WWE Smackdown vs Raw game. The game was released as WWE’s brand war was starting to develop into a raging inferno. In 2011, WWE decided to end the brand split and with it came the end of the WWE Smackdown vs Raw Video games.
There’s a lot to be said about the latest live streamed video outlining all the new goodies coming from Nintendo. A few pleasant surprises included Mario Maker on the 3DS, as well as Pikmin. However, there was one elephant in the room that was practically defecating on Reggie Fils-Aime’s desk, the Nintendo NX. Be that as it may, there was some smiles to be had for these smaller release...[Read More]
Ah, Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, the master of bad jokes that somehow remain funny and permeate the internet in ways memes can only hope to achieve. The original popular let’s player, Pewdiepie has become a bit of a public figure over the years, becoming one of the most popular channels on Youtube of all time. While Youtube may be his preferred stomping ground, apparently those behind the big ...[Read More]
It’s been just under 2 months since the initial release of Pokémon GO, but could the augmented reality game already be declining in popularity? According to Axiom Capital Management that answer is yes.
There was a point in time in which South Park games were dreaded messes, back when Acclaim had its grubby hands on the license and practically went to town with horrible releases like South Park Rally and Chef’s Luv Shack. But as of late, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, creators of the crudely animated Comedy Central series, decided to take game-making into their own hands, working alongside Obs...[Read More]
It has always been a dream of mine to build my own desktop, but when it comes to building your own PC some parts get outdated quickly and other times it comes down to timing. When it comes to the idea of a build for every day use and more, this could range from streaming in better quality, playing some videos and video games at a much higher resolution or to provide amazing new experiences such as...[Read More]