Bioshock Infinite is a pretty damn good game, with a trippy story and some great characters thrown into the mix. While the game gives you plenty of guns with which to tell a tale about how violence is bad, there’s also powers derived from bottles of vigours in the game. And those bottles look pretty rad with their funkadelic designs. Don’t you wish that you could own one? Well, now you can.
Well last night sure was interesting, amirite? But for good or bad, there’s one thing that the Xbox One reveal did right: It created discussion. Discussion that we haven’t had in years now. And I’m happy because of such vigorous master debating, yes I am.
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There’s currently a lot of internet negativity amongst core gamers about the next generation Xbox, The Xbox One. Gamers seems to have their panties in a twist over the used games thing, the implied DRM and the lack of games shown. they’re also largely unimpressed that the console seems to be more service oriented than focused on games. That’s the impression you’d get reading reading just about any gaming website.
Here’s something cool. PlayStation Europe is giving away an all expenses paid trip for two to this year’s E3 in Los Angeles – and we’re actually allowed to enter. Hurry though – because the competition closes tomorrow.
For the Diablo III one-year anniversary, this info graphic was posted on battle.net. While most of the information is boring, there are some parts that I must say I found cute - still won't make me play, though.
At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter who has the most RAM, jigglywatts or Kinections when it comes to gaming. It’s all about the experience that is earned from saving the day on the big screen. Right now though, you lot don’t care and want to see some numbers instead. FINE! Here ya go!
If there was one thing missing from Microsoft’s Xbox One (or Xbone, if you like) event, it was popular, mainstream rappers. It was also missing something quite important for a games console…and that’s games. We know it’s getting Call of Duty, Forza and a new, exclusive, Remedy IP called Quantum Break. But what else can Xboners expect on their
console entertainment service set-top boxes?
Dark is a vampire stealth game from Realmforge studios, coming to PC and Xbox mid-2013. Without any glitter or bizarre romantic (stalking) inclinations, it goes back to having vampires as awesome killers. Dark features a stealthy vampire in a hoody, because we all know hoodies make us invisible.
So last night Xbox revealed the future of the Xbox brand and the new name, which took us by surprise. The new Xbox is going to be called the Xbox One and this is what we think about it.
So the Xbox One was revealed last night in a flashy event in Redmond and one thing that was noticeable throughout the event was the spontaneous applause and cheers throughout the event. But was this American exuberance or something more sinister?
So the cat is out of the bag, and now everyone knows that I wasn’t just cycling around Venice Beach trying to find Tenacious D last week. Call of Duty Ghosts is aiming to step things up a notch for the franchise later this year, and while baysplosions and 60 frames per second are par for the course as with any COD title. There is something else that’s new as well. Military trained killer attack German Shepard dogs. And their cute dog goggles. Or doggles. Ha!
Remember how EA said the Wii U is crap and they won't be building games for it? Well, time to backpedal!
One of the most pushed features of the new Xbox One is its ability to control your television and we were given a very American view of that last night with the ESPN and other weird American shows that I can’t remember.
So last night was the big reveal for the next Xbox console. Or as it is now called, the Xbox One. It looks like a decent console with some great tech. Including the ability to keep second hand games locked away from consumers. Unless you pony up some cash that is.
It’s a hot day in Los Angeles, and it’s even hotter in the massive bus that we’ve all been bundled into, as we make our way to go grab an exclusive peek at the upcoming Call of Duty Ghosts, as well as two other Activision games that we can’t mention just yet. It’s a new era for gaming, and with Call of Duty having influenced the current-gen for better or for worse, a new start for that franchise as well.