The Trailer shows-off some of the beautiful visuals players can expect from the game, as well as what appears to be a pretty firm focus on story. Continue Reading
Today with the reveal of the Xbox One came a teaser trailer for Forza 5. Continue Reading
Quantum Break was one of the only mysterious things shown at today’s Xbox One reveal. It’s being developed by Remedy games, the creators of the first two Max Paynes and Alan Wake. Continue Reading
This trailer is more-or-less a trailer Fifa 14, NBA Live, Madden 25, and UFC. Each of those games will be running on the Ignite Engine which has been developed specifically for EA’s sports lineup. Continue Reading
Today Microsoft revealed the newest edition to the Xbox family: the Xbox One. While the name may seem underwhelming — and will likely cause some confusion among some less-informed consumers — after watching the reveal, the name sort of makes sense. Continue Reading
WARNING: While this review contains no actual plot spoilers, it does discuss one particular scene that takes place early-on in the game. Again, it doesn’t spoil anything about the story, but if you want to play the game entirely blind then read at your own risk.
The underground tunnels that were once synonymous with cheap, reliable transport have become the Russian peoples’ only source of refuge from the radiation that pollutes the surface. Children don’t know what birds or dogs look like, or that they were friendly creatures, they only know of the mutated creatures of the surface that are often referred to as “demons” because of their frightening appearance and unmitigated hostility. This dark and seemingly hopeless world is the one Metro: Last Light creates — that it invites players to take part in. Continue Reading
To many Xbox 360 owners, FEZ is more or less old news. Over a year ago the indie sensation hit the Xbox marketplace and wowed its players. Bringing the ever so gratifying nostalgia that playing a retro-style game delivers, while at the same time putting forth an incredible amount of originality. A PC port for the previously Xbox-exclusive indie mega-hit has recently been released, and I figured all of the buzz around the Xbox release meant this game was worth playing. Continue Reading