So this past week Sony finally announced the top-secret (yeah right) Smash Brothers inspired mascot brawler known as Playstation All Stars: Battle Royale or PSASBR for short because the other way around is a mouthful (Surely Playstation All-Stars would have sufficed?). Anyway… Read More »
Gamer culture is no stranger to the concept of internet backlash. Ever since the dawn of message boards, nearly every major gaming release has received scrutiny from a vocal group of fans upset at some aspect of said game –… Read More »
Last week, Capcom surprised gamers everywhere by revealing Resident Evil 6, due out November 20th of this year. While fan reaction has been enthusiastic (though mixed), Capcom’s recent hits and misses with the franchise lately has shaken fans’ confidence in the series. We’re sure Resident Evil 6 will be a blast to play, but if it wants to truly be great then it will hopefully adhere to the following advice.
Multi-player gaming hasn’t seen a true revolution in quite some time. Games like Call of Duty and Battlefield have kept the genre competitive and entertaining but for how much longer. For how long can they hold onto their multi-player crowns? Well, not for much longer at the rate they are going but that isn’t a bad thing considering that Demon’s Souls and Dark Souls have shown what true innovation can do to rejuvenate the multi-player genre.
2011 is in the books and 2012 has finally arrived and while to some that might signify the beginning of the end, to us it just signifies another year of fantastic gaming. So without further ado, here are our personal picks for the most anticipated games of 2012. Looks like it will be another wallet draining year!
Join editor Andrew Storrier as he embarks on a journey into Gaming Industry Cannibalism and how Nintendo’s 3DS could be what we’ll point to when console gaming finally burns out.
Join us for our PixelJumpers’ first annual Game of the Half-Year Awards, honoring all of the games that you will probably have forgotten about six months from now. Enjoy!
Join us as we take a look back at the Killzone Series and exam one of the critical problems that has held it back from true greatness.
Join us as we take a look back at Heavy Rain, last years breakout hit for the Playstation 3, and exam one of the critical problems that held it back from greatness.
Come join us as we take a trip to Australia and take an insiders look at the country with the strictest video game policy on the planet.