It’s part Call of Duty and part Halo at its core, but there’s plenty new and interesting going on in Titanfall.
Microsoft’s changed its tune on Xbox One and used games since a vocal section of the community lashed them during and after E3. But why ditch mandatory online altogether?
If Microsoft can convince consumers of their console’s chops, the last month with all its hysteria will be lost to the annals of google caches and never spoken of again.
The console’s had a tough reveal, not least of all because Microsoft can’t decide what to tell consumers about DRM and used games.
The booths have been dismantled, the corporate hyperbole holstered and the Zelda fanboys’ salty salty tears mopped up and properly stored. Before moving on from E3 2012 once and for all however I […]
With the Electronic Entertainment Expo kicking off next week, console gamers are looking to Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony to make big announcements and hyberbolic claims about the experiences they’ll be bringing us […]
An announcement from Microsoft last week revealed the launch of Halo 4 will be in direct competition not just with other games, but with the American election. The first game […]