The gaming community has largely been abuzz about the upcoming space game from Hello Games called No Man’s Sky, dating back to at least E3 2015. With a total of 18 quintillion planets – a number so large that it’s basically just words to me since I can’t wrap my mind around it – and a fresh, clean visual aesthetic, many gamers are waiting with bated breath for a chance to play it. That time is coming soon, although how soon depends on your platform of choice.
E3 has begun and as usual, we’re not there. Therefore, like you, we’re mostly reliant on bigger sites to bring us the news straight from the show floor. With that in mind, here’s our take on the show to date.
You’ll have to pardon me if I sound wistful here; I’m suffering from a bit of déjà vu. I’m playing NCAA Football 13 and I can’t help but feel like I’ve reviewed this one before. You know, like last year or something. Oh, that’s right.
After reviewing – and being disappointed by – Major League Baseball 2K12 on PC, I wanted to review MLB 12: The Show for PlayStation 3, now that I have one in my stable. Was it worth the wait? Let’s find out.
This is a niche game – that’s really the long and the short of it. Are you a fan of anime, cute anime girls and gaming references, plus able to stomach low-quality graphics and an uninspired story? Then you may enjoy yourself here. Everyone else. you’ll find nothing here for you.
Capcom is adding some bonus characters to the PlayStation 3 version of their Street Fighter X Tekken. One I can get behind, the other I could hide behind.
Some time ago, I was looking around in the PSN Store with no real clue on what I was looking for. Clueless as ever, wonderful. Then I stumbled across this little game that I vaguely remembered from some flash site. So I bought it because I like good Tower Defence games.
It’s spring. The boys of summer have taken the field. Now that 2k Sports has the MLB license, we’re reliant on them to bring the sport to our TVs. Do they succeed? Like an ugly 1-0 scraper, sort of. Continue reading