Archive: November, 2010
If this year didn’t have enough first-person shooters, EA and Dice finally released the launch date for both the VIP Map Pack 7 and the Vietnam expansion to Battlefield Bad Company 2.
Games are not like movies or TV shows — they take some time and a lot more commitment to get through. So, does it ruin the overall experience if you jump in a series from one of the later installments?
In the last few months, Minecraft has gone from simple survival based gameplay to a full on sandbox creation tool. This is the latest example of the amazing work that the community has painstakingly created using Minecraft. It is a… Read More »
Will gamers be able to make the transition to receiving their games via download or will the game industry have to find another way to save money in the current high development cost environment.
Good PC games tend to be exorbitantly graphics intensive, which is a great thing unless you are perpetually broke as hell. So why waste time drooling over expensive Graphics Cards when you can take your $50 card and ‘roid’ it up to a $150 monster! Here are a few tips and how-to’s.
Two games, Guild Wars and Star Wars: The Old Republic, have tickled my fancy to be my next expenditure of funds to the MMO monthly charges and are looking to be some of the most genre changing MMO titles in a long time.
Check out this awesome Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood trailer by Tobuscus on the You Tubes.
Black Friday is coming up soon and Geeksweat is getting you ready for all the madness!
So here it is, the biggest game launch of the year. I have spent a ridiculous amount of time this last week playing through all that Black Ops offers, and I can safely say Black Ops delivers some fast pace, intense action throughout but is mired in terrible AI and repetitive over-the-top scenarios.
Bioware is taking the grind out of their new MMO, Star Wars: The Old Republic by allowing players to put their companions to work.