This week Todd revs up to play Project Cars. But despite gorgeous graphics, the likes of which have rarely graced a racing game, the poor control scheme has him literally spinning his wheels in frustration and wrecking those beautiful vehicles.
After years of waiting and many angry rants, Step Revolution finally brings ReRave to the Android platform. Is it enough to placate Hargosh? You bet! In fact, he says that all is forgiven.
Todd has been Ready to Fight since Mortal Kombat X was announced. Now that it’s out, he’s busy unlocking all the characters and skins, and combatting the new controversy that’s allowing people to purchase fatality moves.
Has Todd ever agreed with the Games of the Year choices? When we ask, can 100,000 gamers be wrong? Todd answers: YES. Most of the time anyway. Here are the titles Todd thinks should have won for Games of the Year.
Is it true that Joe Montana football is about to make a comeback? Todd looks at the rumors and searches for the truth?
Neither trolls, scalpers nor striking dock workers will keep Todd from improving his Amiibo collection. But they sure make things a lot harder, and potentially much more expensive, this week! What is a serious collector to do?
Years of not being able to see 3D, or getting sick while trying to play or watch it, have turned Todd against it. Until now. Enter the new 3DS, a device that finally gets 3D right.
Todd is feeding his new Amiibo addiction this week, trying to collect all the rare and soon to be discontinued figures before they’re all gone – or sent into a reseller nightmare.
They may not have made Todd’s list of the best games of 2014, but these five titles deserve honorable mentions and praise. And, you can still nominate them to be Game of the Year candidates.
It was one heck of a year, with 2014 showing some amazing games side by side with some real doozies. Todd picks the best and worst games of 2014 from his experience this week. Did your favorites make his list?