Kuma wrote: Happy Monday everyone and welcome to this weeks Wtf Gamer segment where over the weekend I was playing the Last of Us and was impressed on how Naughty Dog did a great job with both single player and multiplayer elements. I was told that they were developing this game for three and a half years. That brought up a thought that made me wonder about quality vs. time. If developers took th
So far, the first-person shooter has been confirmed for the Xbox 360, PS3, Xbox One, and PS4. This is the first project that Bungie is taking on post-Halo and revolves around a character who is fighting aliens in order to save Earth. Eric Osborne, Bungie senior writer and head of community, stated, “We haven’t said yes, and we haven’t said no,” in response to being asked about a PC release of the
latest thoughts on the Preview of Mad Max coming from Avalanche Studios. I am from the 80′s and enjoyed the Mad Max series for many years, which to me was my impression of an Australian Punisher, if Marvel sent Punisher to Australia to train Max. This is coming from Avalanche, who as you all know did the Just Cause titles and it seems they want players to be more about their vehicles having a dea
Remember when you could just have a system that just played games? I know I do. I can recall quite clearly when systems like PS One and Xbox were geared towards enjoying the games and just about nothing else. Remember when you were able to play DVD’s on consoles? Having something like that made you not only a part of the new generation of tech, but the hot kid on the block. You didn’t realize it
That’s right people, we finally got to see the system today during the E3 2013 Sony Playstation Conference. It actually looked mildly similar to the Xbox One, but a little bit smaller. All comparisons aside, it looks sleek and sexy. I would not mind having it chilling in my entertainment center one bit.