Monthly Archives: March 2013
Welcome back to the final week in big game releases for the month of March. BioShock: Infinite has finally arrived and I can’t wait to jump in and play it. I know we missed last week, unfortunately due to some scheduling issues.
MissXya is out this week, but you have Isli and I to talk you through the gaming news.
We get into some Dead Space 3 ending and DLC spoilers between the 57 minute and 1 hour 11 minute mark. You get a good enough heads up to skip it just in case you plan on playing Dead Space 3 soon.
Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut will be available April 30, 2013 across North America, exclusively on PS3 BluRay and the PSN.
Wooo! Does this mean naval battles are coming?! Stick around to find out, because in about a week your jaw shall hit the ground. We are in for some big surprises this GDC!
Capcom’s pedigree arcade games are back! Take on players from around the world in ‘score attack’ and even play together with online co-op! (Only for titles that support this feature.) Check out these classic games, now loaded with a ‘casual mode’ geared towards newcomers and other new features. Play the full game of ‘Black Dragon’ for free!
Deep Silver just sent over a new gameplay trailer for the highly anticipated first person shooter Metro: Last Light.
“Entitled ‘Salvation’, the trailer focuses on the rich storyline behind the game, as the last remnants of mankind hurtle towards …
Looks like EA sent more invitations out, this time we got a date to mark in our calenders. EA/DICE seems to be aiming for a full-on-guns-blazing-announcement of BF4, on March 26th at 7PM(PDT)/10PM(EST). Proof you say?! Well, your wish is the Internets command:
We’ve all known for quite a while that Battlefield 4 was coming, when EA offered Battlefield 4 beta invites with pre-orders of Medal of Honor: Warfighter in 2012. Which honestly, didn’t do too hot. But, it did shave some sales off the Rockefeller of the FPS world, Call Of Duty. I can’t wait to see what DICE has got for us next-gen. Maybe, we’ll finally get some actually Battle-size-shootouts. 32 vs 32, on the PS4, would be pretty damn smooth. Ah yes, one final thing: Kotaku posted some BF4 game-art. Which gives us our first look at what we can expect, in the next installment of the 10 year-old Battlefield series.
To begin with, let me preface this by saying that I am a true die hard fan of First person shooters, or anything where i can take out my angst on 12 year-olds without a court appearance. I’ve been a fan of Mr. Drake since always and admire what Naughty Dog has brought to table as far as innovation and unprecedented gameplay.
That being said, my overall reaction to Uncharted free to play was excitement and anticipation, now the arena was to be flooded with new players and combined with an interactive gameplay style that is unmatched in the FPS world. Having spent a majority of my time with the COD series and more recently the BF series, I was hungry for something different, and Uncharted offered the competition and mash up style of COD but with the potential for depth that the BF series offered. I eagerly downloaded the free content and waited as the updates installed and the game began to load.