Dead Space comes up a lot on Jimquisition, and it's usually because of some complaint or other. However, these are complaints born from love, as the series happens to be your ol' pal Jim's favorite debuting IP of the generation.
So why is Dead Space so beloved? What about it is so magnetic that it's worth suffering through obnoxious DLC, microtransactions, online passes and EA's general nitwittery? Sit back and find out.
In retrospect, if there was one game I would've liked to hear more about at E3, it was Insomniac's Sunset Overdrive. The vibrant open-world shooter was a standout title at Microsoft's press conference early last week and, unf...more
In EKO Studios' How to Survive, you'll travel from island to island, monitoring hunger and sleep meters, crafting items from junk you find lying around and, oh yeah, taking down zombies with a bow or machete. The whole u...more
Tom Clancy's The Division is to E3 2013 as Watch Dogs was to E3 2012. It's the game at the show that has a ton of buzz around it, as everyone realizes that it's built around a genuinely cool concept. At the same ti...more