Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Monolith Productions announce that Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor will be available today in stores throughout the US and Canada, on digital console in the Americas, and on Steam worldwide.
Although Diablo III had more problems than most games at launch, over the years the developers have been patching and improving it in a way that fans surly appreciate. Game fan Matt Jones breaks down how Blizzard earned their respect.
Michael’s back with his 2nd Day in Destiny this week for Video Game Tuesday. Come on inside to see what he did and his reactions to what happened.
Are you ready for some gaming? Hopefully so, because the autumn release season is in full swing. Chella surveys the field and picks out the top six titles that no gamer should be without in the coming few months.
Billy White has been walking with the dead for two seasons now, and he’s ready to rule on how Telltale’s season two did in bringing us the continuing adventures of Clementine and the other survivors from The Walking Dead video game.
Michael’s doing something different for Video Game Tuesday for the next 8 weeks, he’s covering his first week in Destiny as a series of daily logs and a final one to cover what’s happened after the first week.
Today marks the debut of Destiny’s first six-player Raid, The Vault of Glass, which is the most intense and uniquely challenging end-game activity in Destiny, requiring strategic communication and close cooperation to win.
After fighting through hoards of The Darkness, alone and with friends, we finally return to review Destiny, one of the most anticipated games of the year, and one that combines shooters and MMO action into a glorious package.
Ever wanted to play a game that combined the best of the Bullet Hell and Metroidvania genres? Michael did for this week’s Video Game Tuesday with Velocity 2X.
The battle for Destiny is also a battle for gamers as Bungie’s new FPS could secure a sales lead for the PlayStation 4 this Christmas, thanks to the help of some clever marketing tactics from Sony. All’s fair in love, war and gaming, right?