Archive: July, 2011
Nintendo drops the price of the 3DS and gives its most loyal fans a few reasons not to start a riot.
This summer, after a long gaming dry spell, I decided to pull out the old PS2 and replay some classics.
Are developers going the right direction by simplifying these games or are these new “improvements” only making unfulfilling, shallow experiences?
So, now that Team Fortress 2 is free to play, there are a ton of people playing this wrist-shatteringly awesome good time. I am one of these people. Not to sound all hipsterish, but I played this game since way… Read More »
In the war of Modern Warfare vs. Battlefield 3, I am jumping on the Battlefield 3 boat, mounting a turret and sinking the ship of my anticipation for Modern Warfare 3.
Join us as we reminisce on our helicopter related deaths in Battlefield 2, debate Modern Warfare 3 vs Battlefield 3, and argue the legitimacy of the acting prowess of the Jersey Shore cast.
Check out our review of the world’s most popular cartoon mouse in Epic Mickey for the Wii and see exactly why Mickey doesn’t always shine like you would expect.
Bioware’s upcoming Star Wars MMO, The Old Republic, has grabbed me by the seat of my pants, dragging me helplessly into a pit of anticipation where I am fed tiny game updates that will sustain me while I am slowly digested over 1000 years.
After hearing the first whispers about the Mass Effect movie in production, I got overly excited and said and thought things I shouldn’t have. Things like, “Oh this could be the Star Wars for a new generation, if done right.”… Read More »