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Continue Reading to watch some Destiny Alpha gameplay:
Destiny is the newest game from Bungie, original creator of the Halo series, and is slated to come out in the fall of 2014. The alpha was released exclusively to select owners of the PS4.
The Spoiler Cast carries last year’s tradition of covering the big games and announcements of E3 2014.
The Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony Press Conference are all detailed and more..
On the 23rd episode of the Spoiler Cast, the conversation gets “electric” (get it???) as the guys discuss the hot new game, Transistor, from Supergiant games (creators of Bastion).
Dan, Tristan, and Patrick discuss the Halo series on this episode of the Spoiler Cast, after talking about what they have been playing for the past couple of months.
Patrick has picked up an Xbox One, and he is ready to talk about the killer app. Titanfall is upon us. Find out what Patrick thinks about the newest shooter from the team that once brought you Call of Duty and then split apart to form Respawn.
Tristan is all about the fighting game series BlazBlue. Find out what excites him the most about the 2D brawler.
Music from the Halo 2: (music by Martin O’Donnell)
Halo 2 Theme (Mjolnir Mix)
Seeing as how neither Dan nor Patrick will touch anything pony-related with a ten foot science pole, I guess it falls to me to become the resident brony and tell you all about the MLP collectible card game.
It is no secret that the most storied company in gaming’s relatively brief history is under fire. The most recent console generation is the culprit.
Gamers no longer pine for the same types of experiences that once ruled the market.
Nintendo has been reeling from the terrible performance of their newest console, the Wii U. Their stock has been falling as they continue to drop estimates for console sales and continue to dart from idea to idea.
But this article isn’t about Nintendo’s stock level, rather it is about how often their games are infamously out of stock at physical retailers and how it doesn’t add up when you look at their digital strategy.
Standing straight out, firm and unwavering, it points towards a glorious future! A shining finger, it’s glorious light banishing all lies and darkness before it! His voice is clear, his conviction loud! The struggle isn’t over yet! No, in fact he has only begun to turn it around!
WARNING: THE FOLLOWING CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR THE ACE ATTORNEY SERIES
Any Zelda fan remembers that big moment in history. That tech demo prior to the Gamecube’s launch featuring an epic battle between a “fully realized” and “mature” Ganondorf and Link in a dark cathedral. What they remember even more vividly is the haunting realization a year later that the next Zelda game would in fact be a departure from the norm.
Fans were given The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, and it created a division in the thought process of what made a Zelda game a “Zelda game.”
Here we are ten years later, and The Wind Waker is more polished than ever? Should you buy The Wind Waker HD if you already played the original? Find out.
Reviewing Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds is hard to do.
The nostalgia glasses I wear for a Link to the Past, the 1991 Super Nintendo classic, are rose-colored and of the strongest prescription. Can a game marketed as the spiritual sequel to one of my favorite games possibly live up to any amount of hype?
Link Between Worlds is a world imagined over two decades ago, reborn with a second opinion — an extra dimension. It is a 22-year reunion that you attend while babysitting your eight-year-old.
The “link between worlds” references the generational bridge of the game’s design just as much as it does the bonds of scenic Hyrule and decrepit Lorule.