Its finally here, the expansion to the stupidly addictive clickiness that Blizzard gave to us nearly two years ago! I won't ignore the fact that some of you likely had your issues with the game, whether it be of the error 37 kind or just simply a hatred for something it did or didn't do to meet your expectations. You may be wondering why in hell you should now consider paying the price of a full game for an expansion. The simple answer is this: Reaper of Souls takes what you hated about Diablo III, fixes them, then throws in a whole lot of extra content to keep you busy for many, many hours.
Blizzard is well known for making games that keep gamers hooked for months, if not years. World of Warcraft has a huge open world to explore, a world that is packed with lore and tons of quests. StarCraft II has the competitive and strategic edge to it, encouraging players to keep getting better and better. For me, what keeps players hooked to the Diablo franchise is the appeal of loot as well as the challenge of besting some of the toughest enemies.
It's been two years since DICE gave the world Battlefield 3, a pretty impressive multiplayer experience that was visually astounding, too. Fans of the series are more than likely already taking part in the sequel in its large scale warfare and accompanying shenanigans. What about the naysayers though? Has DICE done enough to win them over with the latest Battlefield?
The first Saints Row I played was number 3, just earlier this year. I knew absolutely nothing about the series, and was pleasantly surprised at how much fun and over the top the game was. Imagine my delight when I heard another trip into this franchise was on its way, bringing with it some super powers and aliens! Will it live up to its predecessor? Or has the series run dry?
Sony have finally announced their pricing for the new Playstation 4. How does this compare to the next Xbox pricing revealed by Microsoft?
Another anticipated game is that of Destiny, created by the company that bought you Halo. What? No Xbox? This gameplay reveal is exclusive to the Playstation.
There has been a huge cloud over just how the next generation of consoles will handle the used gamers market. We have seen how Microsoft will handle things, but what of Sony?
Watch Dogs has been all over E3, and looks like one of the most intriguing open world games ever made. Sony give us a closer look at what the game has to offer.
Square show off what was thought to be a dead game, Final Fantasy Versus XIII (now supposedly known as Final Fantasy XV). This game was first shown a good few years ago. I’m happy to report that it is not dead, and it looks alive and well. Kingdom Hearts 3 is also announced, much to the delight of gamers worldwide.
A commitment to independent Developers? Super Giant Games, the creators of Bastion, take the stage and show off their newest game called Transistor, setting the stage for other indie gems to follow.
This E3 has been anticipated as viewers wait for a closer look at the Playstation 4. Not just game wise, but aesthetically too. How will the next gen box from Sony actually look?
Playstation are the last conference for the day, and the pressure is on. Before E3, Playstation 4 did seem to be the favoured console in the upcoming console war. Can they maintain their position and wow the crowds?
Last but not least, Ubisoft shows off a new IP which is an MMO, coming to Playstation 4 and Xbox One.
Assassins Creed has become one of Ubisofts biggest IP’s, receiving an almost annual visit into the world of an Assassin. What makes this one different? You’re a pirate!