In our last debate, we traveled back to a dark time in our lives when we actually, if ever, watched televised wrestling shows. When asked what your favorite wrestling game of all time was, over a hundred votes were cast for dozens of different games. Most games tapped out of the royal rumble immediately, but in the end the king of the ring only won by a few votes, proving that every single vote and opinion counts. Here are the top five results:
This week we enter the new year and close the book of 2007. All the Dtoid editors agree that last year was one of the best years of gaming the world has ever seen. Last week we picked our favorites, but this week it's your turn. Make your votes official and tell us all what your favorite game of 2007 was, and why. There's a lot of worthy games to choose from, so give some serious thought to it before you cast your vote. Give us a reason for your decision, get a few friends to give their opinions as well, and check back next week for the winner.
Those that managed to play Respawn Entertianment's Titanfall at E3 this year had the ultimate bragging rights. Players were like small-time celebs at evening events, with others asking everything they could about the title. S...more
E3 is HUGE this year. There's a ton of buzz around next-gen games, plus consoles like the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Of course, there's still a ton of solid current-gen games on offer at the show this year. We nom...more
How time flies! In April of last year, Electronic Arts "won" the worst American company of 2012 award, beating out near-criminal banks and oil companies to achieve victory in The Consumerist's publicly voted poll. EA has now ...more