It’s All Fan And Games
Any person who is serious about fighting games strives to get to Evo. It’s the Super Bowl of competitive gaming. Is it considered a sport though?
In one of the more weirder news items of the week, those who pre-order the upcoming Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII get a very special bonus.
The Ultimate Game Sale on Xbox Live gave me hope for digital sales, and actually made me take the plunge.
Last post of June. Time for the obscure game of the month. This month I am going with Xenoblade Chronicles for the Nintendo Wii.
We could be seeing the birth of a new franchise that can actually take on the Goliath that is Call of Duty.
Amazon broke records in pre-orders selling 2500 consoles per minute at one point. Who says game consoles are dead?
Once in awhile, a game publisher takes a chance on a new title at the close of a generation. Remember Me is one such title.
When I say the current climate on used games needs to change, the $60 pricing model also has to change. The reason people buy used is because used is cheaper. Trading in older games also goes towards new purchases. However, receiving just $20 for trading in a game you just purchased new, is that really a good deal?
“Your skills decide if you win or fail.” Classic tagline.
“Do a little dance with a rose in my mouth, kind of like Don Flamenco from Mike Tyson’s Punch Out.”
Whether it be traditional consoles, smartphones, PC’s, or tablets; odds are if you are reading this column, then you have at one point picked up a game controller or touchscreen at some point. Consider this to be a compilation of the big news and releases of the week in the ever evolving gaming industry with analysis.