Up until a few days ago, I’d never heard of John Smedley. But reading all the articles lately, turns out he’s the CEO of Daybreak Games. Every gamer knows Daybreak, with Everquest, H1Z1 and Planetside 2 being just a handful of their well known games.
Unless you are living under a rock, Sony dropped a few megaton bombs at their E3 Conference. The announcements that the Last Guardian is not going to be vaporware and the release of a remastered Final Fantasy 7, got gamers near a boiling point. Then
Another year, another E3! And this year’s E3 2015 was much better than the last few. Although Microsoft and Sony plugged some familiar games on stage and got burned by having leaks just days before the conference, there were still some surprises. Both companies pitched
Sony brought the heat and took gamers back with some surprise announcements.
Xbox came back in a strong way this year, and brought innovation to their conference. Check out our highlights
Gaming in Canada has become a bit more expensive due to the tanking of the Canadian dollar relative to the US Dollar. Games that were traditional around $59.99 have skyrocketed to upwards of $69.99-$79.99. Over the last few years of E3, there’s been some great deals
I have a problem. I’m afraid of RPGs. The time commitment, the grinding, the micromanaging, the extensive lore. It all scares me.
Will Fallout 4 cure my RPG phobia?
E3 2015 is less than a weeks away and all of us gamers are counting down the days, scouring the Internet and gaming sites for the latest news, leaks and information on what’s coming. It’s a great time for anyone who loves gaming. There’s one
Background info BBC One has a show called Watchdog that focuses on consumers and businesses. It typically involves customers getting tangled in store policies, too good to be true deals, and consumer law. Recently, Watchdog televised an episode dealing with digital purchases from Sony. In
Both PS4 and Xbox One have been on the market for about a year and a half. However, both Sony and Microsoft got the ball rolling by first promoting their systems in the first half of 2013 (about two years ago). In that time span,