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E3 2018: Death Stranding — The Latest Slice Of Madness

by Peter Paltridgeon 06/13/2018
Does Death Stranding make any more sense with the release of Kojima’s latest trailer? Perhaps not, but what can we learn from it? Sony’s 2018 E3 presentation focused a portion of its running time on the latest build of this game….and aside from the usual out-there visuals, we saw a bit of gameplay at last. […]
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E3 2018: Fortnite Is Now On Switch, But….

by Peter Paltridgeon 06/12/2018
The rumors were true: Fortnite was not only announced for Switch this morning, it was downloadable immediately. Beginning at 10 AM Pacific, Nintendo’s handheld became host to 2018’s hottest battle royale brouhaha. So what’s the caveat in the title about? Well, there’s nothing wrong with the game itself. It plays just like it does on […]

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Why The PS4 Version Of PUBG Will Take A While

by Peter Paltridgeon 01/02/2018
Now that we have a semi-functional version of PUBG running on one home console, how about a second one? How long will it take for Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds to grace the Playstation 4? According to Chang Han Ki, CEO of PUBG Corp, several roadblocks stand in the way. The first is that Microsoft has timed exclusivity […]
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The Walking Dead Collection Comes Out Next Tuesday

by Peter Paltridgeon 11/30/2017
Feeling like diving into the long-running Walking Dead game series? There’s never been a better time as everything created to date is about to be pressed onto one disc. What’s in it? Telltale Games has produced three seasons of the Walking Dead serialized video game so far. Now they’ve bundled it all together in one […]

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Friday The 13th: The Game Gets A Free Green Jason

by Peter Paltridgeon 06/21/2017
To say Gun Media’s online multiplayer Friday the 13th game has problems is an understatement, but one of the issues didn’t rear its head until launch day: frequent server crashes. Though the dev studio has done its best to eliminate outages since then, there have still been occasional times when people can’t play the game. […]

E3 2017: Sony’s New Trailer For Days Gone

by Peter Paltridgeon 06/13/2017
You can count on each E3 to bring at least one high-profile game involving zombies. This year it’s Days Gone, the open-world adventure survival game where if the undead don’t get you, the other survivors will. The visuals may remind you of The Last Of Us, but instead of Joel or Ellie you’ll be playing […]

Hideo Kojima Rides With Norman Reedus At E3 2016

by Peter Paltridgeon 06/13/2016
My favorite moment of E3 so far is the curtains lifting, the panels of a walking board lighting up one by one and Hideo Kojima, gaming genius jilted by Konami, descending them. “I’m back!” he uttered, which is all he needed to say. And apparently, he had enough time between his firing and now to […]

New Screens And Trailer From Telltale’s Michonne Series

by Peter Paltridgeon 03/28/2016
The launch of the second chapter in Telltale Games’ interactive Michonne story is about to happen, and the company has released a bounty of new information regarding the game. Several new screenshots and a new trailer lie below…. Nice! Telltale has also released a summary of the second chapter, which will slightly spoil the first […]

Telltale’s Walking Dead Games Playable On Playstation Now

by Peter Paltridgeon 03/01/2016
Playstation Now is Sony’s streaming service for the Playstation 3, 4 and Vita that uses cloud technology to beam any game from their servers to your living room in real time. Well, “any game” being the eventual goal. Right now their library stands at around 300 titles, and that’s with the addition of ten new […]

Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 Coming Spring 2016

by Peter Paltridgeon 06/16/2015
Until now, Plants vs. Zombies was rather simple: Zombies were offense, Plants were defense, and whatever side you got stuck playing was the strategy you were stuck with as well. All that changed today with the E3 reveal of Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2. The plants have had enough, and are going on the […]