The latest monthly PSN Flash Sale is offering up some great discounts between now and February 20th. Here are some personal recommendations.
When my friends and I jumped in to Elder Scrolls Online at launch, there was a unanimous sense of disappointment in the air. As we created our characters and ended up questing on opposite sides of the world, we realized something: for being an MMO, they certainly made it difficult to play with other people.
After reading through a EuroGamer post stating the Nintendo Switch may potentially include GameCube games in its Virtual Console lineup, I started thinking back to all of the incredible experiences and overlooked gems that graced my favorite boxy-shaped console that doubled as a melee weapon in times of need. That’s what the handle was for, right?
Thanks to Drakulus for having me on as a guest contributor for his categorical Game of the Year list. Lots of great picks from everyone involved.
CA! Radio’s Chuck Zodl and I got together and discussed our thoughts on PSVR, the Nintendo Switch, some of our favorite and most disappointing games of 2016, and our gaming agendas for 2017.
The purpose of this post is to keep track of my game completions throughout 2017, in a rarely seen optimistic attempt at slaying the never-ending backlog. To topple a giant, you either stab it in the eye or hack away at its ankles. I’m… not really sure where I was going with that, but hey, #inspirationalquotes and stuff.
With Playstation 4 in a commanding lead this console generation and a Playstation Plus subsription now a requirement for users to play games online with their friends, Sony has far less incentive to pull out the big guns each month with their “free” incentive titles.
However, that doesn’t necessarily mean their choices are bad. Let’s have a look at their first lineup of 2017.