I’m still trying to find the perfect MMO.
It’s been hard, frankly. So many great concepts to come out, all to fail to meet my standards.
Maybe my standards are too high. Or, maybe, they’re just not the right games for me.
I’ve spent a good bit of time with the upcoming MMO “Wildstar” and, fingers crossed, I think I may have found the one.
I’m not big into comics, but I am a huge fan of super heroes.
These shows always held my attention in a big way, and I get that same feeling from seeing them come to life on the big screen.
Unfortunately, a couple of the more recent in the X-Men series have been a bit disappointing, in my opinion. I enjoyed “X-Men: First Class,” but it just didn’t feel as epic as the previous in the series (not counting “X-Men: The Last Stand”).
The latest release, “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” isn’t like that at all.
I only recently started playing HeroClix.
I find it a bit funny that, just after I start playing, one of my favorite characters from all superhero universes gets his own set.
Of course, I had to get as many as them as possible, much like with my Street Fighter set, which led to a friend and I purchasing a brick of booster packs. (In HeroClix land, a “brick” is a pack of 10 boosters, each containing five random figures. A “crate” is two bricks.)
Since we went in on it together, it was only fair that we open it together, which had to, of course, be recorded.
When I first heard about “Project X Zone,” I couldn’t help but think of what a strange combination of cast it featured.
It is a strange world, but it all kind of works. Of course, interdimensional beings are involved, tearing holes in the various universes and causing all kinds of crossover.
I truly believe twin-stick shooters are one of the greatest gaming inventions.
Being able to move one direction and fire another, all while dodging enemies and bullets, makes for a gameplay experience that doesn’t really get old.
One of my favorite anime sites, CrunchyRoll, has debuted the new looks of the Sailor Scouts for the upcoming Sailor Moon reboot.
The reboot, which is scheduled to kick off at 7 p.m. on July 5, 2014, is looking to be pretty great, but I’m doing my best to avoid any sort of spoilers, so I don’t know much about it other than “Yeah! New Sailor Moon!”
A Kickstarter project I funded a good while back is finally making its debut.
Pixel Press Floors lets you draw your own games, much like I did in my younger years, then take a photo of them with your iPad or iPhone, and eventually Android devices, and turn them into playable video games.
I have been playing Threes on my phone more than any other game lately.
At its core, it is a very simple matching game, but achieving higher and higher scores takes a lot of foresight and a little bit of luck.