Nintendo is not having a press conference at E3 this year. Trimming the proverbial fat with their direct-to-customer Nintendo Direct videos, or is this a major misstep in the Wii U’s infancy?
I try my hand at Warframe, a new online third person shooter that’s currently in open beta right now. Will this one be the online co-op shooter we’ve been waiting for, or is it another Huxley?
The term RPG has come to encompass a myriad of titles and genre subsets and it now begs the question “What is an RPG? Is that genre even a useful classification anymore?”
At long last, Luigi’s Mansion has been given a sequel on the 3DS. The result? It’s a delightfully comic and eerie adventure, one that takes the innovation of its predecessor to beautiful new heights.
I decided to indulge in the classier of video game arts and go to Video Games Live, the go-to traveling symphony featuring solely video game music. And it was incredible.
In the future, when people argue about whether a game can be a vessel for conveying themes or considered art, I hope Bioshock: Infinite will be part of the conversation.
We wrap up our PAX East 2013 coverage with Dive Kick, Elder Scrolls Online, and Heroes and Generals
Day 2 of PAX coverage rolls on with Transistor, Penny Arcade’s On The Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 4, Duck Tales Remastered, and Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD Remix
PAX East has a bevy of tasty titles to sample from. Let’s start off with Watch_Dogs, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Saints Row IV, and the Last of US
On the last installment of The Greatest RPGS You Haven’t Played I left you with a thrilling turn-based RPG in immortal steampunk adventure land, as well as a strategy-based RPG set in the trenches of something suspiciously like World War II. We must press onward today into the recesses of bargain bins of game stores everywhere in the hopes of finding the great unplayed RPGs of years past!
I have been spending my recent gaming time going through the great RPGs of past years; games with rich and compelling worlds, well-written characters, an engaging combat system, and a beautiful soundtrack. I’m certainly excited for the new horizon of the gaming industry, but there are some games that I will always hold close to my heart .These RPGs are not major blockbusters like Final Fantasy XIII or Skyrim. They may have caught your eye once or twice, or were recommended to you by a wise friend, but you were too busy blasting halos with your gears of war to pay attention. So I thought I would share some of these wonderful games with you before the next generation systems are released and you spend all of your gaming time enjoying their 3D compatibility, super HD resolution, motion controls, six-layer axis controls, pineapple dongles, and other such things.
In the second part of our League of Legends series, AristoGamer gets even more in depth with tips and tricks for how to up your LoL game.
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