Alright so instead of giving you a ton of different posts to riffle through for your Gamescom news, here’s a big compilation of everything you’ll need to know! First let’s talk about the PS4, the official release date will be November 15th in North America and November 29th in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. I personally … Continue reading
This is the first episode of The Weekly Game Report and the content will be game announcements and such each week. Since this is the first, I may change around how I present the information. However, expect general improvements in quality for presentation and distribution.
Watching somebody play this game doesn’t give you a feel for how this game plays at all. When I first saw this game I was confused as to why the players were moving so slow and moved about so cautiously when they were decked out with body armor and high powered weapons while the enemies … Continue reading
This is about my third time going into virtual reality gaming and I have to say this is definitely the best experience I’ve had with it. Never before have you been able to actually fully represent your real world actions and have it displayed in a game all in real time. I would also like … Continue reading
When people mention Elder Scrolls you think of massive worlds and exploration and using swords and magic to defeat a great evil destroying the lands of Tamriel. It’s also only ever been the story about a singular character’s journey through the lands and while a multiplayer option has been thought about by fans, but Bethesda … Continue reading
Announced on the first day of QuakeCon 2013 was the addition of the Elder Scrolls Anthology collection for the PC coming on September 10, 2013. If you haven’t played any Elder Scrolls game ever and you like fantasy and using magic and swords and such to kill and explore then you’ll definitely want to check … Continue reading
At QuakeCon 2013 I got to spend some time on the newest Wolfenstein game being developed by Machine Games. It is basically a complete re-imagining/reboot of the series, but fear not for it remains true to the Wolfenstein nature with a little more seriousness thrown in there giving it more of a storyline. In the … Continue reading