Episode Gladiolus pairs the endearing, Cup Noodle-loving oaf with Cor the Immortal shortly after getting beat down by Ravus at the end of chapter 6. Now unsure of his ability to protect Noctis as the Shield of the King, Gladiolus and Cor set off to a mysterious cave that serves as a proving ground of … Continue reading [REVIEW] Final Fantasy XV: Episode Gladiolus
CA! Radio’s E3 coverage continues with our recap and impressions of the surprisingly safe PlayStation conference, where we all found plenty to enjoy despite its lack of excitement. This became all the more jarring when we considered how action packed their announcements have been over the last two years. Aside from the reveals of a … Continue reading CA! Radio E3 2017: Sony
Since you gotta get down on Friday, sound off in the comments and let's discuss our weekend gaming plans! Truthfully, I haven't been playing much of anything lately. Between college, helping my mom take care of her sick dog, a few trips to the dentist, and running errands, I just haven't had the motivation whenever … Continue reading It’s the Freakin’ Weekend! So What are You Playing?
When Street Fighter V released with a bare minimal amount of content, casual fans took to the internet and ripped Capcom's newest entry in their legendary fighting series to shreds. I'm not here to participate in said shredding, nor am I here to defend it, but rather focus on the game's newly added story DLC, … Continue reading REVIEW: Street Fighter V – A Shadow Falls DLC
Street Fighter V crowned its first ever EVO tournament winner last night in Korea's Infiltration, which just so happened to be shown live on ESPN 2. On top of that historic feat, the crowd witnessed one of the most emotional moments in the fighting tournament's history with Long Island Joe being America's sole representative in the … Continue reading New Street Fighter V DLC is Just Capcom Being Capcom
A BioShock trilogy remaster (or whatever you want to call these things) has been rumored for quite some time, with various leaks across the board. But today, it's official. BioShock: The Collection will release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on September 13th (in NA, 15th & 16th internationally) for the full retail price of $59.99. It'll … Continue reading BioShock: The Collection is Real, Coming September 13th
The Ubisoft (correctly pronounced throughout the show as "ubi," as in "ubiquitous") conference began with an odd little dance routine to Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now," peppered in a bunch of F-bombs throughout the show, and ended their otherwise solid line-up of games with a new I.P. that didn't resonate with me in any way, … Continue reading E3 2016: Ubisoft Talks Sequels, VR, and Brand New IP
Last year Bethesda had quite possibly the best presentation in all of E3 2015, and that was pretty impressive considering it was their first conference ever. This year's presentation may not live up to last year's standards -- revealing Fallout 4 and a new Doom will do that to a publisher -- but there's a … Continue reading E3 2016: Bethesda Revives, Reveals, and Updates
Below is a little video I recorded with the Upload Studio on Xbox One, while sharing it with the SkyDrive app. For buying Crimson Dragon close to its release date, you'll receive a timed achievement and an exclusive Darkshoulder Chaos dragon that is not available any other way. Darkshoulder Chaos is a high-armor/low-mobility dragon that … Continue reading Get the unreleased Darkshoulder Chaos dragon now for buying Crimson Dragon on Xbox One.
There are millions of reasons why I love my family, but here are 6 of them. Scored an Xbox One console and Day One Editions of Ryse: Son of Rome, Dead Rising 3 and Forza 5. My girlfriend gave me Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch and the Commander in Chief edition of … Continue reading Merry Christmas, from Cheap Boss Attack!