I finally got ahold of Battlefield 3 for PC last night. I was having reservations about it since I have long sucked (for lack of a better term) at shooters online, and BF3 has no (quality) single player component. What did I find when I finally picked it up?
Star Wars: The Old Republic launches in just a few days, so here is our early, preliminary opinions. The game, as a whole, seems polished and looks decent but may not be the next Big Thing that fans have been hoping it would be. Still, it’s not Star Wars Galaxies (RIP), either.
I never reviewed Saint’s Row 2. That surprises me. I played it but I never actually wrote a review on a game that was, in many ways, what Grant Theft Auto 4 should have been like. Well, I will be reviewing Saint’s Row: The Third, but for now here’s my first opinions.
Skyrim is out, and I’ve been playing it to get a review up. Do I like it? In a word, yes. It’s even better then Oblivion and looks like a Game of the Year award candidate. Let’s get a preliminary look.
I had preordered Dungeon Defenders for PC at the start of this year, and it’s just finally come out. I also picked it up for the Xbox 360 to test it’s multiplayer component, so this is our first combined system article.
I finally had time to try the new League of Legends mode, Dominion yesterday. Unfortunately it was pretty frantic and I didn’t snap any pictures so I had to use a stock screenshot for this article. I intended to attend as Tristana but accidentally chose Nunu (long story short: I was debating before I chose which one to pick and confused myself), which as it turns out was a good thing. I hadn’t played Nunu in quite some time so there was a brief, “what does he do again?” period before I settled into his rotation. It’s a good thing Nunu’s tough enough to endure some learning pains.
Check out this new trailer on Minecraft’s 1.8 Adventure Patch. You’ll see ravines, new combat, rivers, and NPC (ghost) villages. The patch is supposed to go live this Thursday (the 8th) and we’ll have coverage once it does.