This week Neal takes over for Vince since it is hard to write when you don’t have power. Neal takes a look at two games from the mid-2000’s in Star Wars: Republic Commando and Enchanted Arms.
Scarcity issues aside, the Sony PlayStation 5 is one of the most amazing game consoles released in years. Not only are native PS5 games incredible, but many older PlayStation 4 titles get a huge upgrade when running on them on the new hardware.
Today, Ubisoft announced that Update 1 (Title Update 4.0) for Watch Dogs: Legion will be available tomorrow on Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, the Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Store on Windows PC, Stadia, Amazon Luna and Ubisoft+, Ubisoft’s subscription service. Title Update 4.0 introduces exclusive content for Season Pass holders in single-player and in the online mode of Watch Dogs: Legion, including: • A new playable hero character, Mina Sidhu: Once a test subject, Mina Sidhu now wields the power of mind control and can take full control of an enemy with her … Continue reading Watch Dogs Legion Deploys Update One
This week The Skirmisher is letting his powder dry. Instead of griping about something, he breaks out some amazing games of yesteryear and tries to forget all about his troubles. Could these forgotten classics lift your spirits too?
For a limited time, get the Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Edition for free on the Epic Games store. From now until 11AM ET on May 21st the game will be available for free and will remain yours to keep after that. The Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Edition includes the complete Grand Theft Auto V story experience, free access to the ever-evolving world of Grand Theft Auto Online with all existing and forthcoming gameplay updates including The Diamond Casino Heist, Arena War, After Hours, The Doomsday Heist, Gunrunning, Smuggler’s Run, Bikers and much more. Included with the Premium Edition … Continue reading Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Edition Launches For Free On Epic Games Store
This week The Skirmisher is racking his brain trying to figure out why so much effort is being put into remaking Final Fantasy VII when there are so many other worthy contenders that would make for a more fun experience. You know, like the game with the foul-mouthed squirrel and all the blood, or the best JRPG ever made.
John Wick Hex may or may not be a triumph of game mechanics, but it’s certainly a triumph of acting. This week Drew discusses the differences between screen acting and videogame voice-over, and shows us how it can all go wrong.
Michael’s back with a real classic series for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s Crazy Taxi!
Michael’s back with a game that was the graphical benchmark for a while for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s Crysis!
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.