Those of you who played the Beta for Destiny know just how slick and polished the game already is. It not only plays well, but it also looks and feels very ready. So, how much will it change before launch? Activision says not a lot.
The Division is only coming in 2015 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, so we all need to contain our excitement for it. However, some new details are making the game look even more interesting and you might get even more upset that you can't play it soon.
Call me crazy, but I still think Battlefield Hardline is a bit weird. I get that Battlefield is all about the pew pew, but I'm not sure I understand how cops and robbers could get to this level of deadly force. What on Earth are they stealing that warrants this response?
We have been thoroughly enjoying the Titanfall Beta. Well, all of us except Gavin who has been suffering with lack of real internet thanks to his line being dirty - I don't want to know what he uses the internet for that has made his physical line that dirty. We were getting sad that the end was nigh, but now the end is less nigh as the beta has been extended.
It's the 1960s: Cold War is in full swing, aliens have crashed in Roswell, and you're a Clint Eastwood look-and-sound-alike. What could be better? This new XCOM is designed to explain and reignite the franchise. It is very different in its gameplay, and offers players deeper understanding of the XCOM origins. The Bureau takes place in the 60s, something that was hammered home throughout the evening I spent getting hands-on experience with the game, and it will have permadeath.
It's not innovative in its game play, but my hour of pew pew slash slash just simply wasn't long enough. I enjoyed every moment that I got to spend with Deadpool; It felt like real quality time with 'the merc with a mouth'.
Here is some of the most amazing geek stuff I’ve seen lately. From iron thrones to keyboard sandals, some one please make me a millionaire! I’ll be dreaming about these all weekend.