With the year almost half over, Todd picks the top five games that have tickled his fancy so far. Will these powerhouses be able to hold onto their slots through the end of the year, or will some of the games announced at E3 arrive to usurp them?
Todd runs down the major press conferences expected from the E3 Expo this week, and what we hope to learn from each one of them in what promises to be an exciting show.
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood adds even more kick to one of the most memorable shooters to come out in years. Once again the Nazis are up to their old tricks, and it’s up to you to put a stop to them, permanently.
Todd gets deep into The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt this week, but how does he respond when he hears people comparing it to perennial favorite Skyrim? Does he really think it could rise to that level?
This week Todd revs up to play Project Cars. But despite gorgeous graphics, the likes of which have rarely graced a racing game, the poor control scheme has him literally spinning his wheels in frustration and wrecking those beautiful vehicles.
The heart and soul of a classic fighting game is back again with Mortal Kombat X. As a fighter, MKX is one of the best, with hardcore action, gorgeous graphics and of course, those ever so amazing fatality moves.
After years of waiting and many angry rants, Step Revolution finally brings ReRave to the Android platform. Is it enough to placate Hargosh? You bet! In fact, he says that all is forgiven.
Todd has been Ready to Fight since Mortal Kombat X was announced. Now that it’s out, he’s busy unlocking all the characters and skins, and combatting the new controversy that’s allowing people to purchase fatality moves.
Has Todd ever agreed with the Games of the Year choices? When we ask, can 100,000 gamers be wrong? Todd answers: YES. Most of the time anyway. Here are the titles Todd thinks should have won for Games of the Year.
As budget follow-up to Beyond Earth, Sid Meier’s Starships is a pretty amazing little tactical space combat simulation that is blessed with all the flavor that payers can expect from a Sid Meier simulation.