By Richard Naik on June 9, 2013 - 12:36am.
In the absence of one Brad Gallaway, the GC crew is finally free to delve into our sports fandom and how it relates to gaming. Join us as we discuss traditional sports and video games, our past memories of the genre, and how it suffers from the same "AAA diesease" as the rest of the industry. Featuring Richard Naik, Chi Kong Lui, Mike Bracken, and Michael Cunningham.
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By Peter Skerritt on June 8, 2013 - 5:30am.
What a shame.
That's about all I can say about Microsoft's game-changing decisions regarding the Xbox One. It could have been worse, but the damage is pretty severe as it stands.
By Darren Forman on June 8, 2013 - 12:13am.
The Devil's Backside
HIGH Some melee kills are decently animated.
LOW An utter lack of excitement from start to finish.
WTF The Devil doesn't even make an appearance in this game. Liars!
By Darren Forman on June 7, 2013 - 10:49pm.
HIGH Bitterblack Isle is a great addition, dripping with atmosphere.
LOW The insufferably slow Ox-driven escort quest to Gran Soren returns.
WTF WHAT THE F*** HAPPENED TO DANGAN?
By Brad Gallaway on June 7, 2013 - 10:29pm.
You Got Your Multi in My Singleplayer!
HIGH Getting caught in a jam and getting unexpected backup.
LOW Getting caught in a jam and not getting unexpected backup.
WTF Twenty-five hours and not a single machine gun better than my first one?
By Darren Forman on June 1, 2013 - 8:07pm.
HIGH Stepping out onto the irradiated surface in the midst of a downpour.
LOW The stealth approach is so overpowered it can completely break immersion.
WTF Those dancers jiggle harder than the Dead or Alive girls.
By Darren Forman on June 1, 2013 - 6:28pm.
HIGH Fighting through a snowstorm is quite pretty.
LOW There's a deadly amount of repetition.
WTF The achievements require at least seven or more playthroughs.
By GC Staff on May 30, 2013 - 2:04pm.
Completely new intellectual properties are a rarity these days. New ones starring female lead characters are even rarer. Thanks to Capcom picking up publishing duties, Remember Me from French developer DONTNOD Entertainment will be making its way to the United States on June 4. In addition to satisfying both of those criteria, It also looks like a great action title with some interesting ideas, so Jean-Maxime Moris, co-founder and creative director of DONTNOD Entertainment was gracious enough to answer the questions we had about the dynamics of crafting a female-led title and how the game's "memory" theme applies to gameplay.
By Peter Skerritt on May 29, 2013 - 12:44pm.
When I was growing up, my family didn't have a lot of money. We didn't own a family console until my mom bought a Colecovision from a tag sale in 1987. Before that, my maternal grandmother's Atari VCS was sometimes available in 1979 onward when we visited or even lived there due to money troubles. I did get a VIC-20 for my birthday in 1984 and then a Commodore 64 for my middle school graduation in 1986 from my paternal grandmother, but those weren't so much game consoles as they were hybrid devices. I did own a few games for both systems, but not a significant amount.
By Brad Gallaway on May 26, 2013 - 11:00pm.
So, like, the Xbox One happened. At this point, I'm sure that anyone who cares has already seen plenty of coverage on Microsoft's new machine, although there are many, many questions that will remain unanswered until E3.
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