With the deep summer upon us, and half the year gone, it’s time for Todd to rank the three best, and one worst, games that 2018 has offered players so far. Taken as a whole, the year has been pretty good, though there are always exceptions. Find out if Todd’s picks matches your own thoughts on games this year.
Like most of us, Todd watched the E3 Expo press conferences looking for news about some of the great games that we would all soon be able to play. And like most of us, he has strong opinions about what company did the most to wow gamers.
Like most of us here at GiN, Todd will be watching all the major E3 Expo press conferences with a careful eye. Given the state of the market, and what happened last year, who will most wow their fans this time around? Bethesda? Sony? EA? Microsoft? Ubisoft? Nintendo? It’s time!
News that Microsoft was working on a controller to help disabled people enjoy videogames should have been met with universal praise and support, and joy that more people could experience our beloved pastime. Unfortunately, the reality was a bit different.
News that Nintendo will finally create an online service for their Nintendo Switch has got Todd, along with millions of Nintendo fans, pretty excited. Todd breaks down some of the greatest announced features, alongside a couple that may need a little work.
We all know the trend where certain games are moving to an all-multiplayer format, like PUBG and Fortnite, without any single player content. That’s fine, but rumors that the next Call of Duty wont have a single player campaign may be too much for one super-fan.
For years, everyone believed that gamer Billy Mitchell earned the first one million point score on Donkey Kong, but a deeper investigation into the matter has uncovered a more sinister truth. Mitchell’s Twin Galaxies score has been voided, and the gamer banned from further score submissions for life.
Avast ye mates! Todd gets in touch with his inner swashbuckler with Sea of Thieves this week, despite the haters saying that the game is sparse and incomplete. But two million early adapting pirates can’t be wrong about a game they now love, can they?
There have been a very few limited windows in the game industry when true platform crossplay almost happened. But you might have to go back to 56K modems to find them. Really, console crossplay’s time has come, so why is someone dragging it’s feet?
Todd has a long history with Konami, going all the way back to the heady NES days of their classic, double bowtie logo. He relates his longtime love of the company this week, and laments the fact their recent behavior, and somewhat despicable actions, have forced him to permanently part ways.