Hello guys and gals of TAYland. I'm putting 2 PS4 Destiny Beta codes up for grabs on first come first serve.
He has a bunch of gaming themes he's done.
This week I had the pleasure of completing SuperGiant Games' latest release, Transistor. I decided to buy the game a week after it was released but was checking out any review and bits of information I could come across. During that time I was also listening to the games soundtrack.
Well it's that time again, E3. The time when gamers across the world wait in anticipation for information about games coming and games unheard of before. I'm primarily a Playstation guy that dabbles in PC gaming. I've owned every Playstation console and currently own a Vita. I'm what I consider a borderline…
With the current generation of gaming now in a six month stride and more highly anticipated games are being released on a regular basis many people are starting to give the new consoles another look. They look at the hardware itself and whatever changes have come to it with system updates.
Found this over on Dorkly. I love the little tidbits each NPC has.
And boy it sounds good so far.
Often times when I'm awaiting a new game release I find myself scouring the internet for just about any information that I can come across. That was no different earlier this week when Conception 2: Children of the Seven Stars was released on the PS Vita. During my internet search I came across a few articles…
This week it was announced that a new Borderlands game would be coming out. Hooray! Then it was specified that it would coming to PS3, Xbox 360, and PC. Upon hearing this news, the internet and commenters reacted as expected. "WTF no Sony/Microsoft where are the games?" "Come on! Why are you making it for old systems…
So here is a video for Google's April Fools play this year. It seems pretty neat.
Everyone has their favorite games that they have played over the years. Many of these games have sequels. A consistent comment about these games is that it isn't as good as a previous iteration. Now this isn't necessarily a bad thing but it does present what I consider a unfair viewing of new games. Since it is a new…
Current Next-Gen (PS4, XBox One) game installs either wouldn't fit at all or would barely fit on current gen (PS3, XBox 360) launch consoles.
Like many other people I have a fairly nice sized backlog but the games that constantly pick at me as needing to complete are my RPGs. Just off the top of my head the RPGs I need to complete (since I've started them) are Persona 4 Golden, Ni No Kuni, Dragon Age:Origins, Mass Effect, and Ys: Memories of Celceta. I also…
I came across this really good article explaining privilege to someone and figured I'd share it.
*** This post will definitely contain spoilers for games. Read at your own risk ***
I wanted this to be more well put together but it turns out I'm having brain farts and it turned into somewhat of a ramble that was taking place in my head.
So...I'm a PS Vita owner. I honestly consider it my best purchase of 2012. I try to follow updates on the Vita and its games and people consistently say the same thing. "If it had more games I'd buy one but right now it doesn't have any good games". What do you all want? You have Gravity Rush. You have Persona 4…