For those of you that have been awaiting a captivating yet horrifying gaming experience this may just be your ticket. The first trailer of the latest Fatal Frame has been released and now its been subtitled as well.
From the creators of Bayonetta and Vanquish, Platinum Games has released a gameplay trailer for the The Legend of Korra game. Revealed during San Diego Comic-Con by IGN, The Legend of Korra is set in between Book 2 and Book 3. You play as the titular Korra, the Avatar who can manipulate the elements of… Read more »
Apologies to the lovable Captain Toad for my tardiness in reporting in on his fun new adventure. I went hands on with Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker at E3, but I’ve been too busy to write up impressions for it until now. To make it up to him, I’ve written him a poem: O Captain! My… Read more »
Bungie’s brainchild, Destiny, is almost among us, so if you’re a fan of the Halo series, this is probably exciting news. I, for one, cannot wait to jump into the world of Destiny, especially after playing the game’s multiplayer at E3. At a glance, the game looks very Halo-esque, but once I played a few… Read more »
Mario Party is back on a home console after nearly a three year hiatus, but this time Nintendo has switched up the formula by allowing five players to duke it out against one another, with one person taking the reigns as Bowser in an all new mode focused on screwing the other four players over…. Read more »
Filling the gap between our insatiable desire to play the recently revealed Zelda for Wii U and an actual release date for the game is a spinoff titled Hyrule Warriors, which is set to release on Sept. 26 in North America. Ben and I got to go hands on with the upcoming game from Tecmo… Read more »
Coming off of an extremely disappointing showing with Aliens: Colonial Marines, Sega has a lot to prove this time around with Alien: Isolation. Footage has looked promising thus far, but we all know that the way a game actually plays holds much more precedence over its level of success. Fortunately, I was able to get… Read more »
Super Smash Bros. had a huge presence at E3 this year, with a multitude of booths designated to both the 3DS and Wii U versions of the game. From trying out Smash Run on the 3DS version, to battling it out against other E3 attendants on Wii U, our team was able to get a… Read more »
During its E3 Direct, Nintendo unveiled an entirely new IP, Splatoon. The concept is simple – spray globs of ink across the stage and cover more surface area than your opponent. Our team got a chance to try out this wacky new multiplayer game from Nintendo and we ended up having a blast. Make the… Read more »
One of the best things about being at E3 is the ability to play games before they’ve been released. The showroom floor at the convention center has been amazing and we’ve done our best to play as many games as possible so that we can pass along the details to you, as well as answer… Read more »
Only a few hours ago, I was sitting in a booth for the newly announced Bloodborne – previously known as ‘Project Beast’ – and fans will be happy to know that it played very much like a Souls game, specifically the original Dark Souls.
Two companies. Two NFC-powered titles. Two ambitious reaches for the hearts and minds of today’s kids. When Skylanders broke out onto the scene a couple years back, I’ll admit that I was a little skeptical. The Spyro brand had been struggling to find its niche, particularly in light of the resurgence of other kid-friendly properties… Read more »