EA E3 Wrap Up

***For a much more in-depth look at each individual conference, give our E3 podcasts a listen*** During E3 week, one must take the good with the bad. With so many developers vying for attention, everyone expects great pressers. Whether it’s trying to gain momentum or re-energize the fanbase, E3 is where companies build consumer confidence…

Microsoft E3 Wrap Up

***For a much more in-depth look at each individual conference, give our E3 podcasts a listen*** Microsoft, early in their console career, was a running joke when it came to E3 conferences. Their presentations tended to seem out of place, and they didn’t capitalize on all the exciting reasons there were to be an Xbox…

The Bittersweet Memories of Playstation Vita Ownership

I finally decided to sell my Playstation Vita after owning it for over three years. It wasn’t an easy decision, but I’d be lying if I said it was a difficult one. I tweeted I was interested in selling it, and within minutes I had a buyer lined up. We talked price and shipping, and…

The Order: 1886 Review

Much ado about something has been made in regards to numerous gameplay elements of The Order:1886. Gamer commentary has centered around the use of QTE’s, the game’s length, lackluster 3rd person shooting, and an overall boring story. Some have suggested the game (which is undoubtedly going to see a sequel) only serves as a promising start,…

Why I’m Against the Outrage at Ubisoft

During E3 last month, Ubisoft found themselves in a tub of hot water when answering questions about not having any female playable characters in their newest version of Assassin’s Creed. When pressed on the matter, Ubisoft essentially offered a “soft punt” by explaining there wasn’t enough time to add a female version, as it’d increase…

Transistor Review

“This game is going to win indie ‘Game of the Year’ on PS4.” The above sentence is what I typed to Tashaun (the other writer on this site) when I finished Transistor. Back in May, I wrote about Transistor’s soundtrack and gushed about the awesomeness of the music. I actually downloaded a copy of the soundtrack…