With the major gaming VR headsets been available for a little over two years now, there has been enough time for players to adapt to the new perspective and the problems it brings. Many people are stricken with motion sickness in VR once the player’s perspective starts moving and much effort has been put into reducing…
Some people on the internet seemed to freak out a bit when Sony announced this last week that Playstation Plus would be getting a $10 increase for a year subscription. Hopefully this puts things into perspective a bit.
With the announcement of Battlefield 1 a few weeks ago, my interest in the First World War has been reignited. DICE seems to be dedicated to staying as true as possible (as much as a triple-A FPS can) to the reality of the war, and based on the trailer they seem to be succeeding. While there are some obvious liberties…
Let’s all remember how amazing the first game’s soundtrack was and get hyped for the new one.
Two years since it’s announcement, DICE has released very little information regarding the sequel to the sleeper hit Mirror’s Edge. However, with an updated Facebook profile and a new message from senior producor Sara Jansson, it looks like we will finally get some details next week at EA’s E3 press conference.
Spotted on the BBC main news page, right alongside FIFA corruption and terrorism plots.
So you want to beat a raid with no one on your team dying. Cool. It’s not easy, but it is definitely possible. Crota is short and thousands of players can beat it solo. With a small group, you should be able to tackle it without too many problems. Considering it is much shorter than the Vault of Glass, it is less…
As long time Battlefield players, my usual group jumped at the Hardline open beta going on now as soon as we could. One of my friends and I had the same experience when first starting the game: Start the new Hotwire mode, get in the car, be greeted by an epic soundtrack to accompany the four passengers going out to…
Lizard Squad took down PSN and Xbox Live last night before heading to sleep. This morning, they are back as promised and have taken down both. I hope you guys all got single player games as gifts.... or play on PC.
I really, really like The Evil Within and think it is one of the best survival horror games to come out since the PS2 era. However, this guy can go straight to hell. This is the second time this happened. (link below)
Yeah, I'm as sick as all of you of hearing about it, but this made me laugh so hard.
When I saw the article on Kotaku about a S.T.A.L.K.E.R. spiritual sequel, I immediately sent the link to every gamer friend I have. The thought of a game developed in the same style and by many of the same team members was exciting. I almost pledged $20 to it, but I checked the comments section on that article. Now…
It is 3:15 AM and I cannot sleep, so I bring you three songs again. For all of the dark, brooding, pretentious music I like, I am a sucker for certain catchy melodies, robotic singing, and cringe-inducing lyrics. Here's three of my favorite 80's or wanna-be 80's songs.
I went on a game completion spree last month and finished seven. All of them were fairly short at under fifteen hours each or were already half finished before I picked them back up. Most were completed in two or three days in four to six hour sessions. Here are my thoughts on each:
Best weapon ever: dubstep gun. that is all.
That is all.
I come bearing gifts of sound again. Should this be a regular thing? I don't know, probably not. Whatever, let's get to the music.
Yeah, I know this is supposed to be a gaming site, but we need a little more variety. To remedy this perceived problem, I bring you some choice selections from my list of recently played artists. Go ahead and share anything you'd like. Discovering new music is probably the only thing I enjoy more than gaming.