Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is billed as both a shooter and adventure game, and it thankfully holds true to that description. Featuring accurate, adrenaline-fueled shooting and a plot filled with shocking twists, Wolfenstein II could revitalize the entre genre.
Todd laments that fact that it seems like Electronic Arts is doing everything it can to destroy Star Wars and the Battlefront series like they did with Ultima, Command and Conquer, SimCity, Wing Commander, developer Visceral Games and many others.
Todd was one of the first to grab the new Xbox One X. Billed as the world’s most powerful console, he takes it through 13 games to see how much they improved in both looks and gameplay, and what stunning 4K native gaming feels like now that it is finally here.
Todd is working on his full review of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, but couldn’t wait to share just how intense the new Wolfenstein really is to play. This video, which is NOT at all safe for work, goes through the first 30 minutes of gameplay. Did we mention that it was not safe for work?
Recently, mainstream news outlets have started to claim that single player gameplay in videogames is dead. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Single player games are not dead, and never will be. And there is a slew of new single player content to prove it.
Yes, microtransactions can be done correctly. As gamers, we may generally not like them very much, but if handled correctly like they are in games like Forza Motorsport 7, Middle Earth: Shadow of War and the new Star Wars Battlefront 2, they can actually be a boon for players, even those who never buy them.
NBA Playgrounds shoots for a fun experience that anyone can pick up and play, hearkening back to the classic days of NBA Jam and NBA Street. But can Playgrounds compete on the same court as those heavyweights? Let’s go court side and find out!
XCOM 2: War of the Chosen adds new missions, enemies, factions and gameplay to an already amazing baseline game. If you liked the original XCOM 2 title, and why not given how great it was, then you will love War of the Chosen almost as much as a full sequel.
Todd’s life exists in little, labeled cardboard boxes at the moment, but that will all change pretty soon. In the meantime, he’s got time to go back over some games like Ark: Survival Evolved that had been giving him problems. And then there is that whole new XCOM DLC to tackle…
It’s getting close to the time when gamers need to decide if they want to pick up Destiny 2 at launch, engage in some type of pre-order deal making, or simply wait and see if the game is everything that is promised. Todd knows what he is doing. Do you?