Not every game is for everyone, and Todd proves it this week by dumping Destiny. At least he tried, putting in hours and hours of gameplay. But it was just not meant to be.
Although Diablo III had more problems than most games at launch, over the years the developers have been patching and improving it in a way that fans surly appreciate. Game fan Matt Jones breaks down how Blizzard earned their respect.
Are you ready for some gaming? Hopefully so, because the autumn release season is in full swing. Chella surveys the field and picks out the top six titles that no gamer should be without in the coming few months.
Todd wants to wish one of his favorite consoles a very happy 15th birthday: The Sega Dreamcast. He even bought an old unit and threw a little Dreamcast party, though the memories of what happened to it and what could have been are bittersweet.
Those who predicted that PC gaming would die off were quite wrong (though it looked like they might be correct for a while) as gaming on the PC enjoys a huge resurgence in popularity. Fire up those PCs, because gaming on the PC is here to stay.
The battle for Destiny is also a battle for gamers as Bungie’s new FPS could secure a sales lead for the PlayStation 4 this Christmas, thanks to the help of some clever marketing tactics from Sony. All’s fair in love, war and gaming, right?
Todd continues his report on all the negative insults hurled at gamers these past weeks, and calls on everyone to support a petition for decency.
Todd wonders what happened when simple competition between game consoles results in death threats toward developers just trying to make good games for us to play.
At E3 Expo this year, GiN Reporter Lisa Campos was able to interview Dragon Age: Inquisition producer Cameron Lee, as well as get a great demo of one of the most intriguing titles scheduled for release this year.
Chella reports on all things Gamescom this week. Watching both major conferences, it looked like Microsoft would finally put one in the win column, until Sony came out and blew them away once again.