Unlike the last three Front Mission releases, I didn't buy the newest title as soon as it hit store shelves.
As far as I’m concerned -- as well as my RPG obsessed friends -- the Front Mission series is dead.
The newest titl...
As someone who grew up with technology and always had the latest gaming systems (I’ve waited in line during system launches in good ol’ Wisconsin winter weather) one would think I’d be a little more accepting of it.
David Gaider did a little Q&A today at PAX--streamed via Ustream Live on BioWare's website--and showed viewers his eyebrow waggle while answering some burning questions about the sequel to Dragon Age: Origins.
Since there is a meth forum this week to help curtail and hopefully eradicate the use of the drug in my small Alaskan community, I thought I’d write about something that may be beneficial to parents.
My topic is video game...
This is more of a just letting you guys know type of deal instead of writing it out nicely for you to read. I'm sneaking onto Dtoid at work, and to be honest, if it ain't the Old Republic, I could care less. But maybe some in...
First off, I fricking love Monday Night Combat. I didn't think I would when I first saw it, but after downloading it the day it hit Xbox Live Arcade and playing until 4 a.m. when I had to be into work at 8 a.m., it's safe t...
Writer's note: This is the third and final part of my interview with David Gaider.
David Gaider is a senior writer for BioWare, and has worked with the company since 1999. He was lead writer for Dragon Age: Origins and Awa...
Writer's note: For a brief introduction of Mr. Gaider visit Part I from yesterday.
What influences you creatively?
Oof, that’s a big question. There are a lot of things that can influence me. I read books. I mentioned off ...
Writer's note: David Gaider is a senior writer for BioWare, and has worked with the company since 1999. He was lead writer for Dragon Age: Origins and Awakening.
The Edmonton, Alberta based writer has worked on Baldur's G...
Hydro Thunder Hurricane is like Las Vegas in a way. I’ve never been there, but I imagine eye-catching glitz and fast-paced fun that is over all too quickly.
Hurricane nails all three of those perfectly.
At its core the a...
The English versions of both the Mega Man and Proto Man Kubrick and 1Up Be@rBrick sets were made available earlier this week on the Capcom web store.
Each set costs $40 ($36 if ordered during the sale), and only 500 are...
Mountain Dew has revealed its plan to supply gamers with more than a caffeine high for popping strangers off via headshots come September.
The popular soft drink will join up with Microsoft and Doritos to celebrate the la...
Gaming has just always been something I've loved since I was a wee lad. Ever since I picked up that NES controller and played Super Mario Bros...much like any gamer, really!
Video games were actually the impetus for me going to college and earning a journalism degree. If not for EGM, Nintendo Power, OPM, Expert Gamer, GameNow and countless other magazines I don't know what I would have done after high school! I'd like to think professional footballer for Liverpool...well, a man can dream can't he?!?!
Right now I'm replaying Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2. I keep up with all the big-time releases, (Marios, Halos, etc.) but I'm also always trying to whither down my pile of shame.
I game on all systems. PC is my least played platform, but five years ago I've finally started to play classics after finally buying a home computer. I've now enjoyed games like Half-Life and others I had only read about before having a mouse and keyboard controlled gaming rig.
Some favorite games of mine: Metal Gear Solid series, almost anything Mario, Halo, Xenogears, Fallout series, Final Fantasy Tactics, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Suikoden 1 and 2...Well, pretty much any good game from any genre except for sports released from the NES era and on. Then it is only Mario sport titles and Winning Eleven and FIFA.
Sad fact about me: I'm desperately (perhaps hopelessly) waiting for a new Shadow Hearts game. :(
Update: It's September in Minnesota (getting chilly), and I'm enjoying Borderlands 2.