PC gaming and games are making a big comeback, with many exclusive titles like the pending XCOM 2. So Todd is giving PC gaming another try, with an economical system that might just suit his needs. In other news, he also predicts the winner of the Superbowl this week using Madden. Panthers or Broncos?
Chella was in two minds whether to delve into the new Hitman, but now that it’s to be an episodic launch she thinks it makes sense for gamers. They can jump in for $15 and give it a punt, getting a AAA experience for the price of an indie.
Like many of us, Todd has been waiting it seems for a great virtual reality system forever. Now that Oculus Rift is close to release, we find a rather non-virtual factor to bring it home: a huge price tag. Is VR’s price going to keep it virtual for most gamers?
Chella’s most anticipated games of 2016 include some big, blockbuster titles, alongside small indie gems you may not have noticed, but which prove how rich and varied this medium is. Read on for the hottest games of 2016 and see if your new favorites made the list.
The year 2015 has come to a close and Billy is finally ready to report in on his New Year’s Resolution from the past year. Did he succeed in clearing 25 games from his backlog, or did it go the way of every other new Year’s Resolution ever made?
Todd is back with the second part of his personal 2015 video game honors. Who will win the coveted badass of the year award, the best developer of 2015, and which company made the smartest move in the industry? All hail the winners this week!
Almost no other storyline has inspired as many video games, movies, comic books, novels and role-playing games as Star Wars. Our hardest of hardcore fans, Lisa Campos, takes a look at Star Wars: The Force Awakens for the new greatness it creates, and also several missed opportunities.
It’s the tail end of 2015, and that means it’s time for Todd to count down the best and worst games of the year, totally according to him. Come see where Todd ranks the best and the worst that video games had to offer this year, and see how close he gets to your personal list.
We’re less than a week away from the Christmas holidays and that means it’s time to reflect on the year that was, with some gaming highlights (and lowlights) of 2015.
Having backwards compatibility on the Xbox One for many 360 games is something that quite a few gamers enjoy. But Sony is digging in and not allowing the same level of usability with the PlayStation 4, unless you want to pay PlayStation Now prices. Not exactly fair or equal treatment?