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?
As the dust settles on E3 2015, Chella looks to select her best bits, worst bits and huh!? bits.
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.
This week, the world got a new Fallout announcement. With E3 coming up, it wasn’t really a surprise, especially considering Bethesda is hosting its first stand alone press conference at the show. The Fallout 4 teaser trailer looks incredible, but I probably won’t play the game. I have this problem with Fallout.
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?
It’s less than a month to go until E3 2015 kicks off. It’s been a slow year for me, so I’m hoping for some mega announcements with release dates for this year. So without further ado, here are the E3 2015 games I want to see.
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.
Chella needs a distraction from the result of the UK election and she’s turning to games. She’s created a list of the best games for escapism to a happy place, when real life gets too serious.
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.
Super Smash Bros for the Wii U is already brimming with characters, but there can always be more, right? This week we ask our editors who or what they would add to the game if there were no restrictions on their pick.