“Final Fantasy XV’s Prompto is the Best.” For some fans, this sentence is probably pretty obvious, and some may even wonder why I’m bothering to make a case for it when there’s no contest. But during the ten year developmental … Continue reading Final Fantasy XV’s Prompto is the Best
After extremely positive reviews, and a drought of a good, single-player Final Fantasy game since 12, reports from Square Enix state that day one sales across boxed and digital versions for Final Fantasy XV have exceeded 5 million, making it the fastest selling title in series’ history.
This week’s coverage of E3 concludes with a look at the conference as a whole. Click on the links for a look at Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, and the rest of the games. Chris: As I mentioned at the start of … Continue reading Chris and Shaun Review E3: Final Impressions
Chris: In years past, I’ve looked at E3 as having the potential to be the biggest day of the year for video games. It’s like Christmas, right? But that road only led to disappointment, especially the last couple years. I’m … Continue reading Chris and Shaun Review E3: Microsoft
Hey everyone! It’s good to be back. That being said, with the upcoming release of Tomb Raider: The Definitive Edition later this month and the recent controversy regarding the FPS (Frames Per Second) difference between the Xbox One and PS4 … Continue reading Why I’m Buying Tomb Raider: The Definitive Edition
It’s no secret that men can be tough nuts to crack when it comes to buying presents. If you don’t know what to ask for this Christmas, or if there’s a man in your life that you want to surprise … Continue reading Guest post – Top ten Christmas gifts for men
As has already been covered on the site today, Microsoft had the breaking announcement that they will not have any restrictions on their content, and there will be no 24 hour online checks to make sure that you didn’t commit … Continue reading The Xbox Will Not Have DRM – We Did It!
Like Jason mentioned in his post, Microsoft has abandoned their stance on restricting used games sales and requiring frequent online check ins. I wanted to offer my second take, because, just like that, I’m interested in the Xbox One again. … Continue reading Microsoft announces change on used games, abandons always online for Xbox 1
As I’m sure many of you may have heard by now, the Xbox One has, officially, flipped its stance on practically every single kinda of DRM that the Xbox One had. No 24 hour internet connection check, no tying games … Continue reading Say Goodbye to Xbox One DRM
Now that the hooplah of E3 is over, we can all spend the next few months deciding whether the Xbox One and PS4 is better, and which console you have to pre-order to make sure you can buy your desired … Continue reading PS4 and Xbox 1 Launch – Buy or Wait?