This week Todd takes issue with some programming changes on his TV. Can you guess who he’s annoyed at this time?
Back on the road with new set of wheels, Hargosh concentrates this week on EA and their secret reasons to suddenly embrace Xbox Live.
Hardcore Hargosh turns 30 this week, and celebrates in style with some classic games from his past. Thankfully, retro gaming is in vogue.
With a week to collect himself, Todd brings us the best and worst of what he saw at E3 this year.
Todd wraps up the show news and points out some must-have titles that are just over the horizon headed for retail.
We tackle the 10 most important questions being asked at the show. Stay tuned for photos, news and new products as our E3 coverage begins!
Todd begins his annual baseball roundup, only to find not only has quality dipped from last year, but some copies of ESPN MLB don’t even work.
Even with the latest titles coming out for the PS2, XBox, and GameCube, I still have a love for the classics. Sometimes I will just pull out the old 2600 and relive the great titles of yesteryear; a time when games didn't have an end and getting the highest score was the only thing that mattered. It was a simpler time back then, and for classic gamers like myself, just playing was well worth it. Retrogaming is back in full swing, thanks mostly in part to the rise of console and arcade game emulators that can be run on any … Continue reading Todd Is A Classic
It turns out my prediction of Ninja Gaiden was wrong. I do apologize to Tecmo, and in particular, to Tomonubo Itakagi for my comments a few weeks back. I only mentioned them because I have had to deal with countless delays on other products which turned out to be sub par. Not this time, because Ninja Gaiden was well worth the wait, but I would have granted them more time to fix the pain in the butt camera and to offer an easier difficulty mode. Otherwise, I am very pleased with the final product. In any event, I have meant … Continue reading Ninja Gaiden Slight, Righted
Already we are two months into the New Year, and for me it has been painfully slow. With almost no titles coming out I ended up going back to playing old games such as Quake 3 and Unreal Tournament. It has been painfully slow for me. This week, however, I did get some relief, in the form of 007: Everything or Nothing. While I'm still waiting for the true second coming of Goldeneye (which EA is rumored to be working on), the latest Bond title actually diverts from first person shooting to a third-person Dead to Rights style game. However … Continue reading The Slow Months