Yes! It is here! Our GOTY Deliberations for the year of 2012 are here! We break down categories as written by the one and only Nabeshin! A big thank you to him for writing the entire doc for our GOTY… Read More »
We did our top tens a little bit differently this year. We took them out of our main GOTY podcast and put them in little mini-casts with just Alex and the individual host in question. Six Top Ten casts to… Read More »
Fall 2012 is jam packed with great games to be excited about. Though there is plenty that has been shifted into early 2013, here is what we are looking forward to fall of this year. Alex O’Neill Darksiders 2 ~… Read More »
So as everyone across the internet seems to be sharing their reactions about the new Mass Effect 3 DLC, “Extended Cut”, I figure I will chip in my two-cents as well. I have already talked for hours about the game… Read More »
E3 2012 is going to be a doozy. There is no more denying of this fact. For all intents and purposes, we are entering the next generation of consoles this year, and whether that is Nintendo jumping on the HD… Read More »
Assassins Creed III is featured in North America during the Revolutionary War. The game still features the Templars, who are in both the British and American armies. Ubisoft has seriously improved the look and feel of the game over the… Read More »
The idea of buying a $99 Xbox 360 is great, but there is no value in the contract if it gives the customer nothing over time. The program needs work, so here are some suggestions.
I don’t know about you guys, but Nintendo hasn’t really sold me on this new WiiU-thing they have going on.
Skyrim is quite the game. A momentous game that came on a momentous date with possibly the biggest following of any RPG out there. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is the Irrational Passions Game of the Year for 2011, and… Read More »
Well, the year is done, we are in the future, and the world is ending. What better time than to talk about my personal bests from 2011!
Let’s see how these two shooters hold up against one another.
Is Zelda losing its originality?