This Week In Gaming

Nintendo turns investors’ heads Nintendo is really pushing to end their four-year profit drought with big name titles like “Mario Kart 8” and “Super Smash Bros. for 3DS,” and their quarterly reports have shown it. During the past quarter, 9.4 million Wii U games were sold, 3.2 million of those units being “Super Smash Bros. […]

“Halo 2 Anniversary” cinematic launch trailer released

A cinematic trailer for 343 Industries’ “Halo 2 Anniversary” was released today featuring clips from the various cut scenes in the game. “H2A” is just one part of “Halo: The Master Chief Collection,” which also includes “Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary,” “Halo 3” and “Halo 4” all running at 1080p resolution and sixty frames per second, […]

“Gods Will Be Watching” you struggle

It’s not often that I pick up a game that I think that I’ll like and I end up having some issues with it. “Destiny” was one, “Watch_Dogs” was another. But I was really excited for “Gods Will Be Watching,” mainly because I’m a fan of developers Devolver Digital, and Deconstructeam was working with them. […]

Xbox One gets a price cut for the holiday season

It was revealed today that all Xbox One consoles will receive a $50 price cut starting Nov. 2 in the US. In addition to the base model console without a Kinect sensor, the reduction includes the “Assassin’s Creed,” “Sunset Overdrive” and “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare bundles, making them all $350. Xbox One Kinect bundles […]

“Halo: Nightfall” official trailer released

Set on a piece of the massive ring world that was destroyed during the finale of “Halo: Combat Evolved,” this new live-action mini-series executive produced by Ridley Scott tells the story of Office of Naval Intelligence Agent Jameson Locke and his team as they search for a mysterious compound discovered to be hidden among the ruins of the ancient Halo […]

“Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel” review

What’s better than moon jumping across a barren landscape while firing a shotgun that shouts expletives louder than the roar of its muzzle? Not a whole lot. Except maybe “Borderlands 2.” While “Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel”  may not be better than its predecessor/successor “Borderlands 2,” it does have its strengths. Going in to detail about the […]

Your world will burn with “Total War: Attila”

Developers Creative Assembly have announced that a new installment to the “Total War” franchise will be arriving in 2015 for both PC and Mac. “Total War: Attila” will take the player through the Dark Ages between Rome’s glorious rise and the dawning of the Medieval period. The map will grow darker as the approaching hun […]

This Week In Gaming

Amazon Game Studios showcases new projects It looks like Amazon is getting serious about their investments in the gaming world by announcing four new games in development: “Til Morning’s Light,” “Tales From Deep Space” and “CreepStorm.” “CreepStorm” will be a tower defense game while “Til Morning’s Light” and “Tales From Deep Space” are looking to be […]

“Super Smash Bros. for the 3DS” Review

Everyone, gather your friends and rivals because there is a new “Super Smash Bros.” to settle your scores in! This time it comes to the palm of your hand as the series makes its first appearance on a handheld. The idea of “Super Smash Bros.” on the Nintendo 3DS can make you skeptical or excited – most […]

Nintendo opens online store for downloadable games

Nintendo made their eShop accessible online via their official website today. Customers can search and browse through the catalog of games available for digital download to either the Wii U console or 3DS handheld and purchase games directly from the website. Making a purchase on Nintendo’s website generates a download code that can be either automatically applied […]