If you're anything like me, then chances are you can't help but look forward to 2012 and salivate at all the delectable delicacies the videogame world has to offer us in the coming year. Not only is it a period for deep self-reflection, it's also the best time of the year for rampant and unfounded speculation.
Fortunately, that is precisely what Max and I have for you on today's show, and make no mistake - what we lack in fake Jamaican accents, we make up for in unbridled idiocy. As such, today's show breaks down our biggest predictions, along with our most anticipated games of 2012.
As we all know, freemium models tend to do more harm than good if they're not well designed. There's a very fine line between "wanting to monetize your game" and driving players away, and in the Canadian beta for Ultima Forev...more
Electronic Arts is "not going to turn [Mirror's Edge] into a shooter," EA Labels executive vice president Patrick Söderlund professed to Eurogamer, responding to some fans' fears that the upcoming reboot would ...more
The "step-based locomotion technology" behind FIFA 14 makes the game feel grounded, putting a greater emphasis on the fluidity of movement. It's cool to see, because dribbling and positioning are paramount in soccer/football...more