As far as years go, 2016 was a shitshow. A dumpster fire. Over the last 12 months I've lost my dad, the family dog, and almost lost my closest uncle to a car accident. With gaming as my primary form of escapism, I'm at least eternally grateful that this was one hell of a year for our favorite … Continue reading My 10 Favorite Games of 2016
With only a week left in arguably the greatest month of the year (happy birthday to me, remember?), it's no surprise that the folks at Xbox have already revealed September's Games With Gold lineup. As always, Xbox One's Gold subscribers have access to four games, since every Xbox 360 title offered through Games With Gold … Continue reading Xbox Games With Gold for September 2016 Announced
With Xbox confirming their list of Xbox Live Gold incentive titles a couple of days ago, it was only a matter of time until Sony followed suit. We're only 3 days away from August 1st, after all! PS4 owners will receive the multi-player Tetris parody Tricky Towers, in which up to 4 players compete to … Continue reading PlayStation Plus August Lineup Confirmed
With less than a week until July kicks the bucket and August moves its shit in to our front rooms, the folks at Xbox have just confirmed next month's Games With Gold incentive titles. All month long, Xbox One owners can download the Dynasty Warriors spin-off Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate. It's not a bad game … Continue reading Xbox ‘Games With Gold’ for August Confirmed.
It's hard to believe half of 2016 will be over in a matter of days, but a new month means a new lineup of incentive titles for Playstation and Xbox subscribers. And if I do say so myself, both are giving up some pretty rad games. As always, Xbox One owners will have access to … Continue reading PSN Plus and Xbox Games With Gold Both Offer Solid Lineups in July
EA's press conference at E3 2015 was really, really bad, but this year they decided to throw their own event -- EA Play -- instead, and somehow made it worse. It was a long-winded, overly verbose conference full of uninteresting developer diaries that are better suited for YouTube than a grand stage. Going in to … Continue reading E3 2016: EA Play Was Pretty Awful
E3 is right around the corner, and rather than do my usual predictions write-up, I joined the folks at Counter Attack Games for their pre-show podcast. It's a long one, clocking in around 3 hours, but we talk all things E3, presentations, predictions, Chuck's love/hate relationship with zombie games, and my overall questionable taste in … Continue reading Pre-E3 Podcast with Counter Attack Games!
E3 2016 is officially less than a week away, but plenty of new trailers and announcements have made headlines over the weekend ahead the entertainment expo. Let's take a look at a few. Banjo-Kazooie spiritual successor Yooka-Laylee received a brand new gameplay trailer, but that's not all. The Team17 published 3D platformer has been officially … Continue reading Pre-E3 News & Rumor Round-Up (Thus Far)
Xbox confirmed their Games With Gold line-up for June a week ago, and earlier today Sony followed suit with their PSN Plus announcement over at the official PlayStation blog. I can confidently say it'll be a great month for incentive titles (since I refuse to use the term "free games") across both platforms, but toward the bottom I'll … Continue reading PSN Plus Titles for June 2016 Announced Today
Leap year does little to pad the inevitable death of Earth's second month, and with March quickly approaching it's time to discuss inaccurately labeled "free" games on Xbox and Playstation platforms. Let's hit Playstation first, since it's the list I have pulled up in the next Chrome tab. March is an interesting month for PSN Plus … Continue reading PSN Plus and Xbox Games With Gold Announced for March. Let’s Talk!