Have you seen this yet?! Treyarch just raised the bar again for the shooter multiplayer community. The HUD looks great, all of the new tech looks really interesting to use and I’m sure that it will change up the entire experience and team strategy. The environment detail looks like it got a tune up as well with each map. I am thoroughly excited with only three months until launch. More footage and reveals to come as we get closer to that date.
Hello everyone, knife throw guy here and I bring to you a little interview I did with two members of Dark Vale games. I got to do a Q & A with Ian Natzmer, VP of development, and Tim Alvis, CTO/COO. They gave me an idea of what their new game Forge is all about.
It has been ten years since Microsoft launched the mighty Xbox and set us down on a distant planet with one of the most iconic characters in gaming today, Master Chief. Halo set the bar for shooters on consoles, seeing as it was the launch title for a console that was designed for FPS gaming. The controls were solid, the story was interesting and the multiplayer brought us all together. If you’re thinking Halo Anniversary is just a nice way to commemorate the original game with an HD remake, be ready for much much more.
I have never really used gaming headsets before other than with PC, so i decided to check out the Tritton Detonators. The headset is developed by Tritton and Mad Catz for Xbox 360 and comes with all the necessary attachments for HDMI or component. There is a wireless version or entry level wired retailing for $79.99. There is a bit of wire clutter but after a quick and easy hook up you just need to plug in the detachable mic and you’ll be ready for an amazing gaming experience.
I’ve caught up with life, time to catch up on some games. I am continuing with my computer science degree, upgraded from single room apartment to two story house, and I’m here to seal the lid with the Box of Many Things. The only way to conclude this amazing adventure is with Final Fantasy XIII. How does it stack up to the others? Did they add too many ingredients and spoil the soup? Let’s find out.
Sony Entertainment Online recently announced that their super hero MMO DC Universe is now free to play. Some people are wondering if this is just a trial run to entice you to pay the monthly subscriptions but in fact you do get full access to the game. So what are the draw backs? Mostly little annoying things but you can get the full gaming experience and enjoy it with no real restrictions to your character. For starters you can only have up to 2 free characters. Your inventory is limited to 28 slots, as well as bank slots if you end up using one. You can only have up to 1500 gold/credits/Monopoly money so if you were planing on being evil and robbing banks, the only thing standing between you and the vault is a bad economy. On top of all the minor set backs you can’t enjoy extracurriculars like guilds (Leagues) or talking to other players for very long because they limit texting and what you can share amongst players. For $15 a month it’s not much to cry over if you really like the game and have decided to dedicate your time to your character.
I just traveled across the mystic desert that is Soul Calibur IV. My throat is parched, my thumbs are sore, and I have some things to say. Let’s get started.