A buddy of mine hooked me up with a founder's pack for the new hero shooter/MOBA hybrid Paladins: Champions of the Realm, which is currently running a closed beta on PS4 and Xbox One. Made by the folks at Hi-Rez, who are responsible for the MOBA Smite, Paladins is very much a free-to-play version of … Continue reading Paladins’ Closed Console Beta Feels a Bit Too Similar to Overwatch, but Remains Interesting Nonetheless
Titanfall 2 Developer: Respawn Entertainment Publisher: EA Release date: October 28, 2016 Available on: PS4 (reviewed), Xbox One, PC (via Origin) Although the original Titanfall made waves as one of the biggest Xbox One exclusives in 2014, the lack of a campaign was super depressing. I fell in love with the beta, intrigued by its … Continue reading [REVIEW] Titanfall 2’s Campaign is Glorious
Summer is always a slow time for new releases, so I usually spend it catching up on my back catalog rather than picking up whatever comes out. This works out perfectly for obvious reasons as the end of the year not only brings a massive amount of new games, but this year will present the … Continue reading The summer drought continues with Halo 3! Time to work the back catalog!
My roommate and I were talking about Titanfall the other day and neither one of us really care for the competitive PVP multiplayer aspect of FPS games (and more often than not, the people who play them). However, unlike him, I actually want to play it. If you've ever been on Xbox Live, you know … Continue reading A pretty game dressed up in a TapOut shirt and Axe Body Spray or an innovative FPS? How do you feel about Titanfall?
Played on: PS3 (also available for Xbox 360) Played for: About 6 or 7 hours to finish up the campaign, free every garrison, do every side quest and level cap at level 30. Ended up with 70% of the trophies unlocked. DLC Pricetag: $14.99 on PSN, not sure about MSP on XBLA Achievements/Trophies: Yes, and they're … Continue reading REVIEW – FAR CRY 3: BLOOD DRAGON
Dishonored is one of only 4 titles left in the year that I'm excited about. Who doesn't want multiple ways to go about completing objectives in a steam-punk atmosphere? It's like a virtual Cherie Priest novel, son! Well, sans zombies and the blight I suppose.