I am both terrified and strangely turned on.
Do you know what else is great about building your own city? Being able to name it, and everything inside it. And I really do mean everything. You can name the city, you can create and name districts, you can even name individual stores. It's a simple thing, but letting you name that much stuff really makes you feel… Read more
Modern Warfare mixes spectacular set-pieces with multi-pathed levels that allow just a little tactical manoeuvrability, and its campaign includes some of the most memorable moments in FPS history, such as the AC-130 mission, the A-bomb, and the exquisitely crafted 'All Ghillied Up'. Read more
Eh, BF Hardline doesn't look great, but it'll hold me off until Rainbow Six Siege. :')
I honestly would have given Hearthstone GOTY. I'm not a huge Warcraft fan, but my god did they do everything right with Hearthstone. It's perfectly designed to keep you playing, and keep you having fun.
I'm just going to go on record and say that "pop like a pimple" is my least favourite saying in the history of combinations of words. Did not need that mental image.
I guess my question here is what exactly does Lucian stream? Does he stream Faker's webcam and voice? And if he does stream Faker's voice, is it along with any other voice in the match? The issue here is that if he's streaming the match that Faker is a part of, it doesn't mean the match is "Faker's match", because… Read more
Please please tell me where this GIF is from. Lol
Is this actually what Shanghai looked like in 2011? If so... wow.
Buzz Plus noted that for some of the 33.5 percent who think gaming skills are cool, they might fall in love with a guy for that reason.
I remember seeing a variation on Coin Battle where you could use your coin total at the end of the match to buy shots to distribute among other players or save up to protect against shots given to you and stuff like that, but I never tried it out. Probably the only way I'd ever consider playing Coin Battle. :P
Yeah, I know they still exist, but they just aren't nearly as relevant. And they certainly don't get new games. Where I live in Canada, there are maybe 2 or 3 arcades in the city. And it's a relatively big city.
In Japanese arcades, customers can buy already-existing player profile cards that contain their personal play data for various Bandai Namco arcade games. Using these cards, players can save their progress in Pokkén Tournament, such as character levels, custom stat bonuses, and support Pokemon. Read more
10/10 would play Smallpox Tournament
Wow. I honestly have trouble differentiating between the real and the digital here. This is the kind of technology that gets me super excited for the future of video games. I love seeing yesterday's tech demos become tomorrow's games.
"Oh, y'know, just some features. Like gameplay and graphics and stuff."
When I was like 10 the older kid next door had me convinced that in Ocarina of Time you could put in the Konami Code and then press each C button like 30 times in some weird order and Link would shoot lasers out of his sword. Wasted so much time on that one.