While we have a lot of great games to celebrate this holiday season, Hargosh reminds everyone that quite a few titles lately have been launched in less than complete stages, putting a bit of a wet blanket over the fun.
Although he appreciates a great videogame soundtrack, Todd tends to play his own music in games, and he thinks his characters sometimes even appreciate the effort. What music do you listen to when gaming?
The ghosts and goblins are starting to crawl out of their layers, and if you are like many gamers, you are looking for some games that scare, ones that can really make your skin crawl. Todd has some suggestions, if you dare.
It seemed like a great thing, giving PlayStation Plus gamers a version of the exclusive racer Driveclub for free on the PlayStation 4 in October. But massive problems with the paid version of the game have left the free players spinning their wheels.
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.
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.
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.
Todd pits the new PlayStation Now streaming service against the new EA Access download service as both try to mimic the success of PC streaming services like Steam for the console. So, which is better so far?
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!