Years of not being able to see 3D, or getting sick while trying to play or watch it, have turned Todd against it. Until now. Enter the new 3DS, a device that finally gets 3D right.
Todd is feeding his new Amiibo addiction this week, trying to collect all the rare and soon to be discontinued figures before they’re all gone – or sent into a reseller nightmare.
They may not have made Todd’s list of the best games of 2014, but these five titles deserve honorable mentions and praise. And, you can still nominate them to be Game of the Year candidates.
It was one heck of a year, with 2014 showing some amazing games side by side with some real doozies. Todd picks the best and worst games of 2014 from his experience this week. Did your favorites make his list?
Todd picks his choices for his annual Hardcore Awards, choosing some of the best and worst moments of the year, and some of the strangest, in a rather exciting year.
Todd is regretting selling his Wii U this week now that the console is racking up some great exclusive titles like Baynotta 2 and Super Smash Bros. And the news that Street Fighter V will be a PlayStation exclusive means he may need a new PS4 too.
While we have a lot of great games to celebrate this holiday season, Hargosh reminds everyone that quite a few titles lately have been launched in less than complete stages, putting a bit of a wet blanket over the fun.
If you were disappointed with Ghosts, then Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare should help the series find redemption. This one makes CoD fun again, both in the stellar single player campaign and with option-filled multiplayer.
Although he appreciates a great videogame soundtrack, Todd tends to play his own music in games, and he thinks his characters sometimes even appreciate the effort. What music do you listen to when gaming?
Missing Alpha Centauri? Firaxis got around those pesky licensing issues with the release of Civilization: Beyond Earth, which challenges players to build a new civilization on an alien world. Are you ready for liftoff?