Todd goes crazy playing Rage 2 this week. His review of the game is not quite ready, but he was bursting to let you know how this one is playing so far. We’ve even got a 30 minute movie of an extended firefight, cumulating in an epic convoy assault.
The amount of gory details and hardcore fighting inside Mortal Kombat 11 is insane. And it’s got a deep story mode, a krypt diving adventure area and plenty of brutal one versus one combat. If you thought that Mortal Kombat 10 was amazing, then this new game is your combat masterpiece.
The new Mortal Kombat 11 launched with a robust single player mode in addition to the normal battle arena combat that gets the lion’s share of the focus and attention. While our reviewer will be looking at the whole package, we thought you might enjoy a detailed video of the single player adventure.
Todd continues his quest to play all new games for just their base price with no microtransaction addons. His latest gambit? Leveling up to godhood status in Mortal Kombat 11 using just the tools and mission rewards of the core game.
Games like the recently reviewed Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice are one of the rare breed of titles with only a single, very hard difficulty setting. While this locks the content away from a majority of players, does that mean there should always be an easy setting?
Take us out to the ballgame, just not the one from RBI Baseball 19. This messy attempt at major league baseball gets everything wrong, from basic fundamentals to slowdowns and crashes, to a weird, unavoidable mercy rule where professional baseball teams simply give up if they fall behind.
Google made a big splash by unveiling its Stadia service, which claims to run games in 4K over a streaming connection with no local console needed. Todd is hopeful, but he’s been burned by streaming services before. Will Stadia make the grade?
When not gaming, Todd, like many of us, uses his consoles for streaming. He’s got simple tastes. He likes hot wings, cold brews and the Lucha Underground show on the El Rey Network. So why is it that every streaming service wants to keep him away?
There has been lots of news out of Nintendo lately, with the Regginator retiring and big rumors that Switch players will soon be able to stream Xbox games. Hargosh breaks down all the rumors, and what they might mean for gamers this week.
Apparently conflict in Hope County, Montana didn’t end when the atom bombs dropped. In fact, the county is doing pretty well other than all the murderous highway gangs. In Far Cry: New Dawn, you get to do something about that.