No matter how hard they tried to explain their intentions, Microsoft just couldn't seem to convince gamers that despite the Xbox One’s restrictions, the benefits would outweigh the costs. So, in what will surely be considered as one of the greatest turnabouts in video game history, Microsoft has officially announced that they are reversing their DRM and Internet connection policies for the Xbox One. In short, the new Xbox One will be just like your Xbox 360.
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Thursday, June 13, 2013
|"Prepare 4 Next Gen"? More like prepare for chaos. E3 is crazy!|
"E3's been going on for two days now, so where are all the posts at?"
I'm sure some of you who have been following along my trip to E3 through the pictures over at the "It's All Geek to Me" page on Facebook have been wondering why it's been rather quiet here on the 'ol blog. To sum up why, it's because E3 is absolutely crazy.
Sunday, June 9, 2013
|I don't think this E3 logo adequately represents |
the level of crazy E3 actually produces.
But what exactly will I be sharing? Well, anything and everything, and as much of it as I can.
Friday, March 29, 2013
Thursday, March 28, 2013
|More content = mind blown!|
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
|She's going to own your ass.|
That movie was Kick-Ass.
|"But I set fire to the rain...."|
|Why The Phantom Pain? Here's a hint: look at the arm.|
The Phantom Pain - a game that was teased back in early December of 2012 during the Spike TV Video Game Awards- was officially reveal today during the Game Developers Conference to be the next Metal Gear Solid game: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
And I can't say I'm surprised.
|RARRRRGH! I'm a pirate!|
Don't get me wrong; I love the Assassin's Creed series. They have for quite some time been one of the more original series that I have played. And while I have yet to really dig into ACIII, what I have seen and played thus far has invigorated the series for me after how stale AC: Revelations felt.
Which was a shame; Ezio was so damn charming.