I’m taking this with a bit of salt because it’s been posted up on a website I’ve never heard of and doesn’t link anywhere trustworthy. But at the same time it seems plausible, and the info apparently comes from Geoff Keighly's "Final Hours" of Titanfall - so why not take a look.
While I was blindly wandering the Internet at 03:36am this morning I stumbled across this prototype trailer for an indie game coming out of Sweden called Hong Kong Massacre.
I’ve received a few questions in public and private recently about the on going court battle that Colin Webster has launched against me. There isn’t much to say now but here is the quick update.
The latest ESRB rating for Watchdogs has been released and if you are into sex, nudity, drugs, violence and alcohol then you are welcome to pop around this weekend or else you will need to hold out a little longer to get your kicks from Watchdogs which will release soon.
I loved Age of Empires, not as much as I loved Red Alert of the real Warcraft games but it was fun and I spent many hours pillaging and destroying other civilisations. So I’m going against the grain here and saying that I like the idea of Age of Empires on my iPad.
For possibly the one person out there who doesn’t know yet I’ll be clear up front. I am not a fan of the MSSA (Mind Sports South Africa). I find them overbearing, annoying and an impediment to the improvement of eSports in South Africa.
[Update] This appears to have been fake. The description in Swedish apparently refers to a different item. Well it was fun while it lasted
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Virtual goods being sold for real money isn’t a new thing and them being sold for ludicrous amounts of money isn’t new either. But I still can’t wrap my head around the fact that someone just paid a quarter of a million Rand ($23850) for a virtual knife in Counter Strike.
It’s been a long dry spell for cricket fans in the video game industry. We’ve been taunted with one or two possibly good games only for them to fail at the last hurdle and end up being as useless as Kevin Pietersen’s opinions. So will the great Don Bradman save us or are we doomed for another few years?
One of the biggest let downs in Titanfall was the inability to play private matches. It was a very peculiar omission from the title and one that definitely hurt their review scores across the board.
We all know that gaming is big money, Call of Duty smashes the billion dollar mark hours after the game is released every year. Grand Theft Auto has already surpassed 30 million sales and the PS4 is flying off shelves at record breaking pace.
I’m a huge Walking Dead fan but I’ve noticed in recent months that the number of fellow fans have been dropping like flies and the grumblings about zombies in games have been getting louder.
I finally got time to sit down yesterday and start reviewing Don Bradman Cricket 14. I have to admit I was a bit apprehensive as everyone I’ve spoken to about the game has got a weird look on their face and said the game's good but very hard.
The second DLC pack has dropped for Call of Duty: Ghosts and with it comes 4 brand new multiplayer maps, an awesome new SMG, more extinction gameplay and the ability to play as the best hunter in the universe: The Predator.