Posts Tagged ‘online’

Rockstar Restricts Some of Downloadable Content in GTA 5 Online

by Tatiana Dinuon June 10, 2015
A new Grand Theft Auto 5 DLC was released today, under the name of Ill-Gotten Gains, which comes with new cars, new clothes, air transport and the Combat PSW semi-automatic machine gun. After this, Rockstar has decided to release some of the downloadable content only for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC players. Those […]

The best arguments for playing World of Warcraft right now

by Tyler Colpon January 3, 2015
I’ve been thinking a lot about why I still play World of Wacraft, Blizzard’s massive virtual world that’s been around for 10 years now. I’ve tried to narrow it down to one core reason why I’ve kept playing the same game throughout the last nine or so years of my life. This, I’ve discovered, is […]

Blizzard announces Overwatch at BlizzCon 2014 [Update: Now with gameplay and trailer!]

by Tyler Colpon November 7, 2014
Blizzard just announced Overwatch, a first-person, team-based multiplayer shooter. The beta for the game will be available in 2015 and you can sign up at the website. You can watch the trailer below. And here’s some gameplay! The game is being directed by former World of Warcraft developer Jeff Kaplan. In the trailer, we saw animated […]

F.E.A.R. Online arrives on October 17

by Charlie Grammeron September 29, 2014
F.E.A.R. Online arrives on October 17, Aeria Games announced today. The title will be available on the Steam client. If you just can’t wait that long to experience F.E.A.R. Online then you can sign up for the Open Beta, which begins on October 8 by visiting the F.E.A.R. website. F.E.A.R. Online has undergone  an extensive redesign and gameplay […]

Destiny isn’t a 10/10, yet you’re still playing it

by Tyler Colpon September 9, 2014
Destiny didn’t have early reviews. It didn’t even have release day reviews. The critics are playing it with everyone else. Nobody is quite sure what score to give Destiny yet, and that might be a good thing. As humans, we like patterns. We like to make things work, make things sound good. Your friend tells […]

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will radically change the formula, according to these sites

by Tyler Colpon August 11, 2014
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s multiplayer has finally been revealed. The newest Call of Duty developer, Sledghammer Games, seems to have some interesting changes it’s bringing to the first-person shooter formula we see every year. The changes might even be described as radical. They definitely were to these websites that wrote articles about today’s announcements. […]

Destiny beta: was the hype worth it?

by Tyler Colpon July 29, 2014
The Destiny beta is over. You’ve had time to think about it. Was it worth it? The Destiny beta suffered from the same problem many betas do. Whenever a beta for a popular game has arrived, marketing, social media, and the press can’t stop talking about it. There’s code giveaways, impressions, livestreams, and leaks. It […]

The Last of Us: Remastered is a cash grab, and why nobody believes it

by Tyler Colpon July 22, 2014
Despite it’s $50 price tag, the fact that a team at Naughty Dog spent time on it rather than something else, and the attention Sony is giving a game that’s already available, The Last of Us: Remastered is not getting called out as a shameless cash grab. The video game industry is product-based, which means […]

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution’s Demo Is Coming in July with Online Play

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon June 23, 2014
Namco Bandai has announced that their next game, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution, will have a demo available for Xbox 360 and PS3 users, with an Online Mode. The demo will be released on July 2nd and it can be played only for three weeks, until July 23rd! If you are considering pre-ordering the […]

3 reasons why Battlefield: Hardline might fail

by Tyler Colpon June 19, 2014
Battlefield: Hardline has a lot to prove after the disaster of last year’s Battlefield 4. It may have a new developer at the helm, Visceral Games, but it’s still running on the same exact engine Battlefield 4 does. Actually, right now, it’s a little behind. The beta that is available to all PC and registered […]

GOGOGOGO reveals the lore behind Clancraft

by Charlie Grammeron April 18, 2014 is, for those unaware, a premier game portal for MMOs big and small. Recently they decided to reveal the lore and storylines behind their newest title, Clancraft, which is a browser game that tries to combine base building, combat, questing, and more into a single title. The game’s artwork is inspired by classic European fairy tales, […]