This week's Jimquisition tackles the outrage that was had when SSX: Deadly Descents was revealed last week. Even if you're not into SSX, it's worth watching because it addresses a more specific issue of gamers getting furious over small CGI trailers that only exist to generate hype.
At this point, you may like to misinterpret the message as "We should love everything EA does and never be skeptical." That's not the message at all, but feel free to use that one if you want!
Welcome to another edition of Dtoid's Friday Night Fights! May is a notoriously slow month for videogame releases, which means it's the perfect month to dig out and dust off that old multiplayer game you haven't played in mon...more
[Update: Poll CLOSED! Wii U dominated. Look forward to our review soon. Update: MAJOR upset! It has come to light that a PC copy WILL be made available for review purposes, and will be added as a late starter in the poll. A P...more
Jordan and I have started a new game in our Couch Campaign, and it's one that I have been excited to play since we first began talking about the project. As a huge fan of the Fallout franchise and a lover of top-down, exploration shoot-em-up games, the pairing of the two could have been glorious. And Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel is, provided you think train wrecks can be glorious.more