It’s been over half a year since Vita got its last shooting game, and with no others on the horizon until the much-anticipated port of Resident Evil Revelations 2 comes this Summer, now would be a perfect time for you frag heads to catch up on any of the shooters you may have missed over the last few years. So ...Read More »
6 Must-Own Xbox One Games
For months I have been eager to piece together a rundown of my personal Top 10 Games of the Generation (thus far) but it wasn’t until I put pen to paper, or rather finger to keyboard, when I realized that I was unable to even think of this many that were particularly great, let alone good enough to qualify as a “top” ...Read More »
Sexism and The Witcher 3: What the Polygon Article Got Wrong
In what appears to be a customary routine with every new game release, I find myself having to attempt to address and dispel seemingly absurd claims regarding the nature of The Witcher 3’s content. CD Project Red, developers of this gorgeous, new role-playing epic, received some unexpected flak from Polygon, where journalist and editor Arthur Gies criticized the game for allegedly ...Read More »
PC vs. Console: Converting to the Master Race
You may be familiar with the console wars in which the fans of three factions; Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo, battle it out on discussion boards and comment sections, determined to prove why their console is better than the other. Until very recently there has been a faction mostly overlooked, which is actually showing its face more commonly in these discussions, and ...Read More »
Should Sony’s PS4 fear the Xbox One?
It feels as if Xbox One has been playing catch-up with the PS4 ever since Microsoft shot themselves in the foot in 2013 with their announcement of DRM security and anti-piracy policies for the console. They declared that they would prevent lending or trading-in games and would disable offline play-before backpedalling due to a humungous gamer uproar. The consumer response ...Read More »
Are Vita Owners Giving Up?
This past February marked the 3 year anniversary of Vita’s life in the west. 3 years on the market, barely a modicum of support in the last one, and not much more the year before that. We had Freedom Wars last year, the so-called “AAA” title according to president of Sony Computer Entertainment, Shuhei Yoshida…and that’s the only title that ...Read More »
Just Cause 3 Gameplay Revealed: What’s New?
The new trailer for Just Cause 3 has been recently revealed, and if you haven’t seen it yet, you can watch it below. According to the Just Cause Facebook page, this trailer features, “No cut scenes, no scripts, no staging. Just gameplay and great camera angles.” So as you can expect, the game-play is light on narrative and heavy on action…but then ...Read More »
10 PS Vita Features the PS3 Lacked
The Playstation Vita is Sony’s second outing into the handheld realm. While their first handheld, the PSP came out shortly before the PS3’s release, it was more of an alternative to the PS2, as portable hardware tends to be a generation or so behind the times. However over the course of its life the PSP began to outperform the PS2 ...Read More »
PS4 vs XB1 – Which has better AAA Games
No matter where you go, the general consensus in the games industry is that PS4 has a bigger, better library than Xbox One! But is this really true? It’s very easy to just tally the numbers of games and pick out the few highest rated to make an assertion regarding a console’s superiority. PS4 has more games, and some of its exclusives ...Read More »
The Best Way to Play Final Fantasy on the Go
Gaming has changed. More specifically, the accessibility of gaming has changed. The elephant in the room, smartphone and tablet gaming, is responsible for a great deal of the shifts our medium has undergone over recent years. Today we live in a world in which a device for making phone-calls, is your hub for multimedia, and for many, a primary platform for ...Read More »