The Worst Sequels Of All Time – When Classic Games Lose Their Way
There are few feelings quite as satisfying as discovering a new gaming videogame that offers everything you’re looking for from your gaming experience. The only feeling that can rival it is the announcement of a sequel that promises to give you even more of what you loved the first time around, with the promise of new characters, plots and gameplay features thrown into the mix.
PS4 vs Xbox One: Is The Console War Already Won?
For as long as there have been competing consoles, there have been gamers who split into one of two (or more) camps, proclaiming that their console of choice is the superior option. Back in the 16-bit days, kids argued over whether the Genesis or SNES was the best console around. As gaming progressed and both Sony and Microsoft entered the wars, the arguments have centred on those two and Nintendo in the quest for console dominance.
After Xenoblade Chronicles X Ends: What to Do Once the Story is Complete
Xenoblade Chronicles X has a long story and a massive, fully open world. While the game can take up nearly 100 hours to complete (or more), the game does not end when the final boss is defeated. Xenoblade Chronicles X was designed to be played well after the curtain closes.
Looking Back At Doom: The Shooter That Started It All
After almost twelve years in limbo, the Doom series is set to return on May 13th 2016 with a reboot that looks set to capture the spirit of the series that inspired an entire genre of games. The game will be forgoing story to provide a more fun experience and there are sure to be plenty of gamers who are curious about whether or not id Software are still capable of bringing the goods.
Nintendo And TV: Will Their New Animated Shows Find Any Success?
In a recent interview with a Japanese business newspaper, new Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima made mention of some of the company’s plans for 2016, mentioning how Nintendo are currently looking into the possibility of licensing some of their more popular IP to television and movie producers.