How Black Ops 3 is Changing The Game


With Black Ops 3 less than a month away, Call of Duty fans across the globe are preparing for one of the most exciting installments in the long twelve year running series. Following on from the highly successful Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 (and in date order Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare), Treyarch aims to give the series the ... Read More »

Season Pass, DLC detailed for WWE 2K16

WWE 2K16 hell yeah

Publisher 2K Sports has announced the season pass content for the upcoming wrestling game, WWE 2K16. 2K16 will be getting a huge swath of content, some of which is already commonplace for the series such as paying for an “accelerator” to unlock in-game content  for $1.99, or a new moves pack containing 30 different wrestling moves for $3.99. The real meat ... Read More »

To The Green: Legacy of the Elder Star

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By pure chance, I have been playing a lot of shoot ’em up type games recently. From the combat sections of Undertale to the rockin’ skies of Steredenn to the complex simplicity of Vortex Attack, I’ve been perfecting my bullet dodging skills. Perhaps that was the initial draw to Legacy of the Elder Star, a unique side scrolling shooter currently making ... Read More »

Halo 5 Forge Mode Improvements Detailed

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343industries today has finally shown the public what there is to expect with Halo 5’s Forge mode. Announced in a post via Halo Waypoint, one of the first things that’s admitted is that no one ever expected Forge to get as big as it did. They were pleased because people were using it and it could make multiplayer a whole ... Read More »

Sonic Lost World Coming to Steam on November 2nd

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Sega surprised everyone this morning by putting up a Steam page for Sonic Lost World, the 2013 Sonic Team developed game that was previously released exclusively on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS as part of Nintendo’s three game deal with Sega. The game took inspiration from Nintendo’s Super Mario Galaxy by featuring more surrealistic level design, as well as integrating ... Read More »

The Escapist – An Opportunity to Discuss Anonymous Sources

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The recent dealings between Star Citizen and The Escapist have brought quite a few interesting questions forward to discuss. I’m not all that interested in arguing who is in the right and who is in the wrong, or who will “win” in the end, but discussing what has occurred and is still occurring in the light of journalism ethics is ... Read More »

eSports Round-Up Week 1 – Worlds Edition


Say hello to a new weekly article I’ll be putting up bringing the latest news from all around eSports. Each wrap up will be comprised of two sections, Results and News. This week will be a little bit different as it’s mostly going to be about the start of the League of Legends World Championships, which kicked off in France ... Read More »

The New Yorker Festival’s Tech@Fest – No Man’s Sky

NYer Tech Fest No Man's Sky

Following the conclusion of the New Yorker Festival’s Tech@Fest panel Cyber Privacy: Who Owns Your Information? (which I covered for TechRaptor here), I had about an hour to grab a bite to eat and see the area around the World Trade Center. When I returned to the Vesey Street entrance to get my ticket for the next event I was surprised to see ... Read More »

[Updated] Nielsen’s Most Anticipated Games of 2015 Holiday

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  We’re only a couple of weeks out from the big start of the 2015 Holiday season of games. Nielsen Game Rank has been tallying what everyone wants and has created an infographic on all the most anticipated titles. Before we get into the hard numbers here’s how Nielsen tabulated its results. Data for this infographic was collected after surveying ... Read More »