Overview Unless you’ve lived under a rock, The Order: 1886 has created quite the buzz and hype. Some good and some not so good. There’s plenty of complaints, opinions and a million other troll type rants to get through. Take it from someone who has
The Order: 1886 has released to mediocre reviews. Currently at 65/100 on Metacritic among 60+ reviews, the game was shown in leaked walkthroughs leading up to release to be a short game with low replay value. Beatable in 6 hours with no online modes, no
Going by various sources from Youtube playthroughs, message board posts from gamers getting early access to the retail game and the first media review coming from French game mag jeuxvideo, the game is heavy in unskippable cut-scenes and jeuxvideo rated it 15/20. Link to jeuxvideo
Looks like a Youtube page called PlayMeThrough posted a complete walkthrough of The Order: 1886: PlayMeThrough’s Youtube Playlist Edit: Unfortunately, looks like Sony got Youtube to take down the videos. And not only that, got his entire account suspended! However, there is another link showing
Are games these days actually too big for us old-timers to finish?
Battlefield is back again but this time around, it’s not from DICE. Visceral has taken the helm and have gone to the urban police versus criminal theme in their game entitled Battlefield Hardline. The shit just got real.
Just a little late to the party but 2014 was a pretty damn good year for gaming. Sure many gamers still complained about the lack of this or the lack of that but overall I’m pretty happy with what we got. It looks like 2015 will be
We know about Xbox Live Gold, PS Plus, EA Access and Gamefly. But what about Sony’s PS Now subscription service? Sony finally released subscription plan pricing model for PS Now to go with its standalone game rental option. Here’s a chart comparing paid subscription plan
For many, Christmas is a time of joy and peace. A time when we can spend time with loved ones and share gifts and memories with one another. All bets are off the day after, however, as Canadians line up in the cold for doorcrasher
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