All Posts from November 2013
Every launch doesn't need a game like Resogun. It needs a game like Call of Duty: Ghosts, or Battlefield 4, or perhaps even needs a Ryse: Son of Rome. The … Continue reading →
Anybody who follows Gaming Trend knows that some of us really like Terraria's mix of worldbuilding, crafting, and exploration...but we always thought that something was missing. It wasn't until we … Continue reading →
I don’t get a lot of mail. Well, maybe I do, but most of it is stuff I’d rather not get. But then, one cold, dark Manitoban afternoon, I get … Continue reading →
The team at Turbine has announced that Mecha Wonder Woman (that's a thing? I apparently don't follow comics close enough) to their upcoming free-to-play MOBA set in the DC Universe. … Continue reading →
Want to know which title is the leader in the Next-Gen launch? Well, it comes as a surprise to absolutely nobody that it's Call of Duty: Ghosts. It's not just … Continue reading →
Using a Wii remote, the Oculus Rift, and the Virtualizer, a curious contraption that tracks foot movement and whether the player is sitting or standing, the folks at Cyberith were … Continue reading →
If you’ve played the popular side-scrolling indie puzzler Braid, you might find The Bridge to be a tad too familiar. The art is of a hand-crafted style. The scale of … Continue reading →
Space Hulk has been a kind of holy grail as far as board games go. It has always been in high demand, and when Games Workshop published a third edition … Continue reading →
People using Upload Studio, the Xbox app that allows you to share your gameplay footage with other users, have experienced that using nasty words and swearing to your Xbox One … Continue reading →
So, apparently, a lot of people have been getting problems with their Xbox One disc drives not working, a problem eerily reminding of the Red Ring of Death problem affecting … Continue reading →
The problem with each new generation of consoles is, that the design gets more appaling every time.
From this beauty, the Odyssey...
...to the GameCube...
...to the current monsters, the … Continue reading →
Not everybody wants to hit "door-busters" or hover over a keyboard for gold-box deals- sales are great, but who wants to put in that kind of effort? Well, how much … Continue reading →