A dying Mac forces Todd back into the world of PC gaming, where he finds that a lot has improved since he left in disgust a few years ago. So look out PC players – he’s baaaaack!
Hargosh polishes up his pennants and his foam fingers as he gets ready for the annual Evolution Championship Series (Evo), one of the best and most exciting video game tournaments on the planet.
This week Todd wades deep into the dark side of indie gaming, where he finds the creator of the amazingly cool Fez game. But radical views against gamers who stream make the courtship a short one.
Todd watched all of the major press conferences from Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, Ubisoft and Electronic Arts. He brings us his take on what it all means, and picks an overall winner for E3 2014.
With E3 only a few weeks away, Todd takes a look at how the Xbox One could dazzle. Microsoft has a lot of ground to make up from last year. Can their games lineup be the push they need?
Microsoft is pulling out all the stops to try and catch the PS4 in sales, including removing Kinect, dropping the price, and allowing Netflix for non-gold members. The console war is heating up.
Todd fires up his Atari 2600 to relive the beautifully flawed E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial game. He wonders why so many were buried by Atari. The game isn’t really so bad.
With three months of Xbox One ownership under his belt, Todd lists all the things that the new console is doing well, and a few areas that could use some improvement.
After some ups and downs, Double Helix got their groove on with the amazing Killer Instinct, and then promptly got bought up by Amazon. Todd wonders what will happen next with the game, and celebrates the developer’s greatest success.
Todd looks at Sony New VR Project Morpheus