Tag Archives: Microsoft

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare First Impressions. Yes, Really.

Share This: Yes, it’s true. In the Year of our Lord Two Thousand and Sixteen, I have never played Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. I was in 8th grade when the game was released and I didn’t have an Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 at the time. But that’s not to say I’m completely ignorant about the game. I still vividly recall the intense announcement trailer, the across-the-board positive… Read Article →

Breaking Down Trailer Breakdowns

Share This: In film production, everything that appears onscreen is referred to as mise-en-scène. This includes the lighting of a scene, the composition of the shot, and the character’s appearance. Essentially, everything the viewer sees has been meticulously thought out by the production crew. Nothing is there by accident. So, when it comes time for a new game or console announcement, or both like just this past week, the community… Read Article →

Lets Play Live is the Pro Wrestling of eSports

Share This: Stand up. Rapping. Improv. Wrestling. Animation. Sketch comedy. All at one event. Oh yeah, and some video games too. Lets Play Live in a nutshell. This past Saturday, New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom was home to Rooster Teeth’s finest gamers, putting on an energetic and unique live experience. Headlining the event were Achievement Hunter, Funhaus and Cow Chop. All of them playing games that fans know as staples of… Read Article →

Will GameStop be the Next Blockbuster?

Share This: As a kid, I loved going to Blockbuster. Wandering the aisles looking for a new movie or game to rent and enjoy over the weekend. Blockbuster was responsible for some of my earliest gaming memories, back in the day of Nintendo 64 and GameBoy Color. It also provided a much cheaper alternative to buying games from Best Boy or Toys R Us. But, due to the rising popularity… Read Article →

Rocket League Update: Let’s Get Ready To Rumble

Share This: On Thursday, Psyonix launched the newest update to Rocket League, the massively popular car-based soccer game. While the update offers players a number of smaller tweaks and highly anticipated features, the big headline here is the brand new Rumble game type. Rumble is a variation on the classic Soccar mode, a five-minute 3v3 match, the team that scores the most goals wins. What’s changed is that each player… Read Article →

The Playstation 4 Pro

The Playstation Meeting was a disaster

Share This: Two days ago Sony hosted the Playstation Meeting at New York City’s Playstation Theater, their time to officially unveil the Playstation 4 Slim and Playstation 4 ‘Neo’ to the world. Unfortunately for Sony it has ended up as a complete disaster. While it hasn’t had any direct impact yet, I believe that if this is the future that Sony has planned for this generation they’re now at a… Read Article →

Titanfall 2 Wants You To Play Smarter

Share This: I have a confession to make, I’m not very good at first-person shooters. In fact, I’m mostly terrible at them. That being said, I love playing them. Some of my best gaming memories come from sleep overs as a kid playing 007 Nightfire, Halo LAN parties, countless hours in Modern Warfare 2, and more recently in the hyper-competitive Overwatch. So when I heard that the upcoming Titanfall 2… Read Article →

How the Xbox One can still win this console generation

Share This: As far as sales go no one will argue that the Playstation 4 has been dominating over the Xbox One this generation. A lot of people are of the belief that the Playstation 4 has already won this console generation and it’s not too difficult to understand why. Not only has the PS4 led in sales but it is also the more powerful of the two systems and… Read Article →

Hereafter: Two Years into the PS4

Share This: It’s weird. The PS4 has been out for two years already to the day. It’s doesn’t seem like that long ago when I was on my way to Gamestop to pick up my system. This is our Hereafter PS4 review of what the last two years have been like in terms of games, system, and what is to come for the this generation. The Games: It’s been a… Read Article →