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Yesterday we were greeted with a “Please Stand By” message on Bethesda’s website https://thegeekintel.com/2015/06/02/fallout-4-officially-announced-with-big-news-coming-in-24-hours/ with a countdown which ran out this morning. Everyone expected a simple trailer but what we didn’t see coming was a full blown 3 minute trailer with in-game video. Let’s break down what we saw and why it’s awesome. Read the rest of this entry
This morning we woke up to some exciting news regarding the question is a new Fallout game happening? We have been hearing rumors and fake leaks for months but it appears we finally have confirmation. This morning Bethesda studios tweeted out Read the rest of this entry
Last year when video game streaming was at an all time high Youtube wanted to make its way back into the game by purchasing Twitch for 1 billion dollars but ultimately Amazon was the winner in the Twitch buy-out. However now Youtube is paving its own way back into video game streaming. Youtube has recently announced that it is seriously working toward offering, and ultimately beating, Twitch at its own live streaming game. To kick things off Youtube has acquired Read the rest of this entry
Today we got a glimpse of what is to come for the new LEGO Jurassic Park/World game through the new trailer. It shows off some of the more iconic scenes, classic LEGO humor, and voice acting coming to the game. LEGO Jurassic Park will feature Read the rest of this entry
I’m sure we all remember Modern Warfare 2. It was truly a game changer for the Call of Duty franchise and introduced many new features and improvements to the game’s core mechanics. In my opinion MW2 was the last “great” Call of Duty game. Sure it’s successors have been Read the rest of this entry
Lacuna Passage, made by Random Seed, is an open world game that takes place on Mars however this is not your standard space sandbox game. You play as an astronaut by the name of Jessica Rainer on the second Hermes mission to Mars in search of finding the missing first Hermes crew which was the first manned mission to mars. This leaves you alone on the baron surface of Mars inspecting the old crew’s Read the rest of this entry
You may know Behemoth for their unique and quirky games such as Castle Crashers, and my personal favorite Battleblock Theater. They came to PAX East with their newest game so new in fact that it doesn’t even have a name yet and was dubbed “Game 4” for the time being. I got a chance to play the hands on demo and get a pretty good idea of what the game has to offer. Read the rest of this entry
I had the pleasure of trying out Primal Carnage Extinction on the last day of PAX East and this game was definitely worth the time. They guys that make this game,The game itself consists of two teams, the Dinosaurs and the human hunters, going at it in a variety of modes including team death match. Each team gets to decide from Read the rest of this entry
Now this isn’t going to be me, the gamer, sitting on my high horse complaining about games but instead a perspective on why it is games launch with non-working components and what can be done to fix it. Recently the gaming community has been spoiled with some great titles such as GTAV, Call of Duty Advanced Warfare, and Halo: The Master Chief Collection however their launch was hardly a success, what did they all have in common? Game breaking bugs and server problems.
If you picked up GTAV on release day I’m sure you remember this error message or at least one of the many during the first few days of launch. The game’s online portion, which is the main reason many but into the franchise, was virtually unplayable. Same thing has happened more recently with Halo: MCC and it’s long load times, AC Unity with it’s frame rate issues, and COD AW with it’s crippling lag. Why is this? Well personally I think the reason is pretty obvious. Read the rest of this entry