It’s that time of year. Sitting at almost the exact halfway point for 2017, Todd takes a look at some of the biggest successes, and the most bitter disappointments, in gaming so far. All of this is according to Todd, of course, but you might just agree with some of his surprising picks.
Calling all brave knights, samurai, Vikings and reporters, Ubisoft and The ESL have announced the first ever eSports event for the critically acclaimed For Honor game. Audition submissions are now open for both players and wannabe professional commentators looking to cash in on their medieval fighting skills.
From magical realism to a new level of open world gaming, taking us from heartbreak to joy and back again. Here are the best games of 2017 so far.
Daybreak Games today announced the Elite Series, a new esports circuit focused on bringing together the top-performing players of the single-elimination, massive arena shooter H1Z1: King of the Kill. Preliminary qualifiers begin at DreamHack Atlanta in July.
With the E3 Expo hangover finally abated, Todd gets a chance to take a breath and give his thoughts, and his grades, about what everybody at the conference was, and was not, showing this year.
This year at Awesome Con there was the debut of Future Con where attendees learned from scientists and engineers about their work in studying our planet, solar system, and cosmos. One talk was by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center on research and missions involving Space Lasers. Here I present an informative article from that panel and information on the upcoming total solar eclipse.
Chella considers all the big press conferences at E3 2017 and takes stock of the big winners, the disappointments and the surprises. Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo all played it safe, leaving Ubisoft to steal the show.
CCP Games first-of-its kind, full-body virtual sport, Sparc, is coming first to PlayStationVR in Q3 2017. The upcoming virtual reality game got a new gameplay trailer for E3 Expo, and looks to be generating a lot of player interest.
Todd always gets a little crazy right before E3 Expo, but then again, most gamers probably do. Here is what Todd is hoping to learn and see at the conference this year. What is everyone else expecting?
Gamer Sensei, the premiere professional eSports coaching service, today announced a new, exclusive partnership with H2K Gaming, the top-tier eSports organization best known for its EU LCS League of Legends team. H2K will offer training to prospective eSports athletes.