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Why Video Game Journalism is More Wrong Than Ever, And NeoGAF is Right

On December 3, 2013, Posted by , In Editorial, With 2 Comments

I’m sure we heard this before. It usually comes from vocal influencers who don’t agree with the GAF. Even Sessler had to bring them into the conversation. (1m3s in) And they were all over Sony’s PS4 launch event. What does it all mean? It means the vocal majority of gaming…

Xbox One Review

On December 2, 2013, Posted by , In Reviews, With No Comments

The Xbox 360. Such a dream come true. Though, near the end, after the introduction of the Kinect, it started going down hill. And then with the announcement of the Xbox One – Kinect required, 24-hour online checks, no used games, etc, we understood the true intention of Microsoft. Or…

Dead Rising 3 Review

On November 25, 2013, Posted by , In Reviews, With No Comments

What might be the best next-gen launch game is perhaps the most non-next-gen game. While Dead Rising 3 is a return to the fun zombie series, the game itself is ugly when set to today’s standards. This looks more like a lowered-budget 360 game – which is exactly what it…

Week in Gaming – PS4 and Xbox One Launch, Nintendo Games Sent to their Death, and Sean’s Birthday

On November 22, 2013, Posted by , In Video, With No Comments

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Call of Duty: Ghosts Review (PS3, PS4)

On November 21, 2013, Posted by , In Reviews, With No Comments

*After my verdict I get into some spoiler territory. It may interest you if you’re on the fence, but I thought the story was great and wanted to discuss it some. So, for a quick recap of what I think of the Call of Duty series, the multiplayer is more…

Killzone: Shadow Fall Review

On November 19, 2013, Posted by , In Reviews, With No Comments

This is the next-gen launch title for the PS4 and that’s supposed to say a lot. I mean, you buy a console on launch for its special game, right? It has to show off what the hardware can do and what to expect. Does it pull it off? Do most…

Casino slot machine manufacturers turn to video games for inspiration

On November 18, 2013, Posted by , In News, With No Comments

If you’ve been a gamer since the days when arcades were just becoming the hottest spots in town, then chances are you’re familiar with Centipede. The classic SHMUP was one of the most popular arcade titles in the 80s. Its legacy even continues to this day. Well, Centipede is back…

The PlayStation 4 Review

On November 18, 2013, Posted by , In Reviews, With No Comments

The next-gen console cycle is upon us! And it starts with the PS4 – the sequel to a console that did rather horribly for many years. Sony has learned a lot from that and applied their new learnings to the PS4. I picked it up on midnight of release day…

My Initial Impressions of the PlayStation 4

On November 15, 2013, Posted by , In Impressions, With No Comments

I picked up my preordered PS4 at midnight, got home, plugged it in and tried to start my next-gen experience. Let me just say the PS4 is more of a PC than any console has ever been – and it’s not a bad thing, but there are some faults to…

Call of Duty: Ghosts Impressions

On November 6, 2013, Posted by , In Impressions, With No Comments

It seems as of lately it’s cool to hate on Call of Duty. I mean, I get it, but there’s still fun to be had. I was always quick to lose interest in any iteration of CoD, but Blops 2 was something special (mainly dat single-player campaign). With Ghosts, we…

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