Before E3 there were very few in the gaming community who knew anything about Contrast. After the show this has changed rapidly and furiously. This intriguing mystery/puzzle game was being shown at few locations on the E3 floor and the reaction was overwhelmingly positive. Of course the game was being shown at the Focus Home Interactive booth, but the amazing part for the devs of this title is tha...[Read More]
Bungie has just recently released a boatload of new Destiny screenshots showing off what we saw during their E3 Presentation, I figured I’d take the time to break down what some of them are for the uninitiated. Clicking on any screenshot will give you the full-size HD version. - – - - – - This is a “Devil Walker” (commonly known as Spider Tank). It has a large cannon ...[Read More]
Now that E3 is over and I have had some time to take it all in it has dawned on me that this was the pinnacle of gaming conferences. We saw so much. From the huge leap we are making to the next generation to the not so playful jabbing from one console maker to another, it truly has been an epic event. Each year players get extremely excited for this particular expo, but this year was something so ...[Read More]
At E3 this year, one of the most eagerly awaited games among Nintendo fans was Mario Kart 8, the next big Mario Kart game set for release in Spring 2014. The new game keeps what everyone loves about Mario Kart with the addition of HD graphics and anti-gravity. I got my chance to race on three courses from the upcoming game. The first thing I will say is that this clearly is a Mario Kar...[Read More]
One of the most anticipated Nintendo games this year leading up to E3 was the 3D Mario action game Nintendo promised they would reveal at the show. When Nintendo President Satoru Iwata revealed Super Mario 3D World, fans were quite shocked. It’s a little different than we all expected, but my short hands-on time with the game proved that it is a Mario game with a lot of promise. Super Mari...[Read More]
Seriously y’all we saw some awesome announcements yesterday from EA, Sony, Microsoft and Ubisoft. We saw great trailers from games we already knew were coming, we saw gameplay from games just announced. Some of the press conferences were great others were really… not so great. Ubisoft was one of those bad conferences, straight up. Aisha Tyler is great in Friends, bad in E3 press confer...[Read More]
Well, this is pretty funny. One of the biggest call-to-arms of the PlayStation 3/4 is it’s free to play online, but now it’s been confirmed that you must have purchased a $50 subscription to PlayStation Plus in order to use the online gaming features of the PlayStation 4. “PS4 gamers who aren’t Plus members can still enjoy single-player games for free…and access to media services...[Read More]
Sony today announced at their E3 briefing that the PlayStation 4 will be retailing for three-hundred-and-ninety-nine US Dollars. That’s $100 less than the Xbox One.
Announced at E3 today at Sony’s briefing The PS4 shall: -Support Used Games -No Online DRM, stating that you can “trade games at retail, lend it to a friend or keep it forever” as usual. -Does not need to be connected to internet -No check in online periodically -Won’t stop working if haven’t authenticated in 24 hours -Cross game voice chat and Playstation Plus will c...[Read More]
Today at E3 at Sony’s briefing they announced The Elder Scrolls Online. Sony has partnered with Bethesda Studios to get a beta available first to PS4 coming in 2014 .
Sony showed off more Watch Dogs gameplay at their 2013 E3 Press Conference, and simply put: it’s the game to beat this year. Jumping from camera to camera, helping your friend t-bone escape the police all from the comfortably of your car, evading the police, then, just when you think the police have caught you as a helicopter hovers above you, you can request mobile help and a friend on an i...[Read More]
Klei, the team behind Don’t Starve, Tribune Games, the team behind Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Red Barrels, the team behind Outlast, Oddworld Inhabitance, 17 Bit Games, the team behind Skulls of the Shogun, and more. These games will be making their console debuts on the PlayStation 4. mercinary kings octo dad deadliest catch secret ponchos ray’s dead outlast oddworld new n tasty gala...[Read More]