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E3 2014: Impressions of Insomniac's 'Sunset Overdrive'
In this video, Nick and Brad give their first impressions of the powerhouse that is Insomniac's Sunset Overdrive. You may be interested to find that Brad's interaction with the game was less than stellar, as he points out important flaws with the way that the game navigates. He also addresses the...
Published by Josh Britton on June 16, 2014
E3 2014: Impressions of 'This War of Mine'
Watch Chris and Nick give their first impressions on 11 Bit Studio's This War of Mine. In this video they discuss the striking details of a world that focuses on the consequences of war, which is a noticable change from the usual approach to the concept. The guys also touch on the systems of This...
Published by Josh Britton on June 16, 2014
E3 2014: Help Abraham Lincoln Kill Aliens in Code Name: STEAM
Nintendo has unveiled some details on the eagerly awaited "new 3DS game" now known to be officially titled Code Name: STEAM. The "STEAM" acronym stands for "Strike Team Eliminating the Alien Menace", implying that the aim of this game will have something to do with taking on some exterrestrial ba...
Published by Josh Britton on June 12, 2014
E3 2014: Dead Rising 3's PC Version "Optimized" For 30 FPS
Capcom doesn't have much on display at this year's E3, but one thing that did manage to get the attention of Capcom fans was news of a long awaited Dead Rising 3 port to the PC. This was exciting due to the potential of having a Dead Rising 3 experience that would run at a comfortably smooth fram...
Published by Josh Britton on June 12, 2014
E3 2014: Shigeru Miyamoto Introduces Star Fox for the Wii U
Star Fox is an IP that Nintendo fans are holding their breath for. With a signifigant lack of console titles last generation, fans feel entitled to see a proper follow up to the bombshell that Star Fox 64 was to the gaming world all those years ago. With Nintendo's HD reinvention consuming many o...
Published by Josh Britton on June 10, 2014
E3 2014: Yoshi's Wooly World Threads Itself into 2015
During a January 2013 Nintendo direct, a project titled Yarn Yoshi had been announced for the Wii U. After displaying the game in a minute long trailer announcement, Yoshi fans were eager to learn more about this new title starring Yoshi. The last title that fans of Yoshi style platforming had re...
Published by Josh Britton on June 10, 2014
E3 2014: No Man's Sky is a Generated Wonderland
Hello Games' No Man's Sky stole the show last year at Spike's VGX Awards with its boundless travel and promises of "exploring the infinite." There is something inherently satisfying when gamers hear about exploration, and No Man's Sky touches on that satisfaction directly. This same kind of excit...
Published by Josh Britton on June 10, 2014
E3 2014: Crusin' with The Crew
Immersion is a powerful thing in video games. I always try to engage with these kinds of elements, but only when they are presented to me in the right way, which is uncommon. The Crew is a game that holds a specific kind of potential. This due to the grand scale that Ubisoft is marketing this gam...
Published by Josh Britton on June 10, 2014