Archives for March, 2019
“They might even do the acting themselves! Isn’t that neat? They are so smart they literally don’t need any humans to help them make this game work.”
Posted in Articles Tagged with: AI, assassins creed, assassins creed odyssey, automation, design, far cry, pc, playstation, robots, satire, the crew, ubisoft, xbox
In one corner we had the almighty Capcom, home of Ken, Ryu, and the rest of the Street Fight gang. And in the other corner was SNK.
Posted in Articles Tagged with: capcom, fighter, fighting games, King of Fighters, Microsoft, neo geo, nintendo, pax east, playstation, ps4, samurai, samurai shodown, shodown, snk, Sony, soul calibur, switch, xbox one s
Don’t get me wrong, I’m personally excited for the idea of 4 player party game. Especially one that looks like the Looney Tunes dungeon crawler i never knew i wanted.
Posted in Articles Tagged with: 2019, direct, e3, everybody's golf, falcon age, ironman, mortal kombat 11, nintendo, playstation, playstation 4, playstation vr, ready set heroes, state of play, trevor saves the universe, vr
Apple’s positioning as one of the top mobile device manufactures and the only true alternative to Windows computers gives it a ton of leverage.
Posted in Articles Tagged with: apple, apple arcade, arcade, beyond a steel sky, games, giant squid, google, google stadia, hironobu sakaguchi, keynote, new, nintendo, playstation, ps now, ps4, revolution software, service, stadia, streams, switch, the pathless, xbox, xbox game pass, xbox one
Google announced Stadia with a super dope looking awesome remote. I’m not quite sure why the remote looks so familiar but, whatever right?
Posted in Articles Tagged with: cloud, control, developers, evil, game developers conference, games, gaming, gdc, gdc19, gear, google, metal, nintendo, resident, solid, stadia, streaming, wii, xbox one
This is the kind of game the Switch needs. By and large, Trials Rising is already a great entry in the series. Having handheld access to play it on long bus rides or simply waiting in general can really enhance your day.
Posted in Reviews Tagged with: bike, biking, dirtbike, motorcross, nintendo switch, ps4, redlynx, stunts, switch, trials, trials hd, trials rising, xbox
The saga continues… Yakuza. The name brings fear into the hearts of many. One of the longest running games in
Posted in Reviews Tagged with: action, fighting, japan, japanese, kiwami, minigames, playstation, ps4, ps4 pro, review, sega, Sony, yakuza, yakuza kiwami 2
Disney & Final Fantasy Forever Kingdom Hearts 3 was developed and published by Square Enix and let’s just jump on
Posted in Reviews Tagged with: action, enix, final fantasy, jrpg, kingdom hearts, kingdom hearts 3, review, rpg, square, square enix
When you’re last gen but you’re fun. Game development studios go out of business all the time. It’s the unfortunate
Posted in Reviews Tagged with: 3rd person, action, dark siders, darksiders, darksiders 1, darksiders 2, darksiders 3, deep silver, hack and slash, nordic, ps4, review, thq, thq nordic, xb1