Titanfall is coming March 11th for PC and Xbox One, and we’re going to be live streaming it on PC as soon as we can get online after midnight Tuesday. We will be live on our usual Twitch channel, so follow to get alerted when we go live. You can also follow us on Twitter to get livestream alerts that way.
All times are approximate, and could change based on server stability, both Titanfall’s servers and Twitch’s.
Come March 11th, one of the often sited shortcomings of the Xbox One will be fixed – Twitch streaming is coming. Apparently streaming at (up to) 720p instead of the PlayStation 4′s max of 540p, if you’re going on pure resolution (which is something I intend to get in depth on another day), Xbox One is the winner. However, that’s not where the features end.
Sometimes games take themselves too serious. Multiplayer shooters in particular are guilty of this. With the rare exception of a game like Team Fortress 2 or Battlefield Heroes, most online shooters are hard to get in to and hard to love. Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare takes the road less traveled and attempts a lighter hearted and colorful spin on this competitive genre and comes off surprisingly well. Does this undead flower fight have staying power or will it shamble off into the night?
Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare came out yesterday, bringing PopCap’s goofy tower defense game into the console third person shooter arena. I had to give it a spin and see how they accomplished this, so let’s get right into our First Opinion.
UPDATE: The throngs of Pokemasters in chat have done it: in just under sixteen and a half days, they have beaten the game. Congrats to the concept’s creator, Twitch, and the many people who participated for such an amazing accomplishment. You can see the climatic battle here.
Original story: The internet is an absolutely amazing place with absolutely amazing people creating absolutely amazing things. One of those things is the new Twitch Plays Pokemon, perhaps the first crowd-played video game.
Titanfall’s beta started recently leading up to its forthcoming March 11th release date. With all of the hype surrounding Titanfall, I couldn’t resist giving it a spin to see what the buzz is all about.
I grew up a Marvel Comics fan. My Dad grew up on DC but I got my start with Marvel via “How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way,” an old video that I rented from the local library countless times as a kid. I went through my school years learning to draw the likes of Spiderman and Wolverine while others around me were learning far less useful things like math and science. What all of this backstory adds up to is that I was looking forward to reviewing Lego Marvel Superheroes. Was I let down by the Lego brand again?
We have added a free flash game to our site today, in the form of Chicken Boom. It’s raining hens and it is up to you to take up an arsenal of various weapons like rifles and shotguns to lower the poultry population down a few notches. You never did trust chickens, did you? Play it for free here on our site.
We are planning on announcing weekly high score leaders here on AAGH, so play, compete and get mentioned here.