It’s been one year folks! It’s November 18 as I finalize this post, while PS4 launched last year on November 15 and Xbox One (X1) on November 22. Ok, it’s technically one year and three days for PS4, while X1 is short a handful of
Call of Duty is back… but this ain’t your run-of-the-military shooter 4.5/5
40 hours in and still counting. Fantasy Life is a Japanese action-rpg game produced by LEVEL-5, and I’ve been waiting for…almost two years to be exact! It was released in Japan back in December 27, 2012 and hit the North American market October 24, 2014.
I think just about every gamer has heard about the issues Driveclub has had since launch. And most gamers who don’t keep up with internet forums and tried playing the game (unknowingly) has run into issues too. Online barely works, and recent news from Shuhei
Tips for the lower level Guardians just getting into the game.
Everyone says that Destiny only truly opens up at level 20, but what about for those late to the party? 4/5
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A few reasons why you might want to consider this little device
Yup, call me lazy. Not only is this review two weeks after release, but I’ll even admit I shamelessly cut and pasted the banner art from Destructoid’s Forza Horizon 2 review. I’m not a big racing fan, and I didn’t even play Forza Horizon 1
Driveclub launched less than a week ago (October 7, 2014). Not just a routine launch either. Driveclub has been promoted as a hot new IP since the Sony Reveal in early 2013, but there hasn’t been a game on next gen that has had such