As one of 2014's most anticipated games, there's been no shortage of Titanfall coverage across our site and dozens upon dozens of others. However, what we're seeing is the end result of years of development time. While the end product looks rather promising right now, it took a long time and a lot of people to get Titanfall to where it is today.
In the first edition of Arcade Sushi Asks in 2014, we partnered with our headbanging brothers over at Loudwire to hit the hard rocking members of bands like Steel Panther, Drowning Pool, Escape the Fate and more with the biggest question of their careers.
The not-so secret surprise announcement of the day just keeps getting more interesting. The first details of Game Informer's exclusive coverage on Batman: Arkham Knight have been loosed to the wild, and they paint a picture of an interesting sequel to say the least.
Where there's smoke, there's the ashes of Gotham City. When last we left you, rumors had sprung up about a new Batman: Arkham game getting announced very soon. Looks like those reports might turn into truth quicker than we thought.
I've been playing a lot of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag these past few weeks, taking just about any opportunity I can to hit up the adventure on the high seas. Of course, the storyline has taken a back seat to my strange compulsion in eliminating every last sea beast from the ocean so that SeaWorld will never have them in the future. I'm basically a time-traveling environmentalist.
WB Games is still working on Batman: Arkham Origins, but that doesn't mean the publisher isn't already looking ahead to what's next. It's been a while since we've heard anything from Rocksteady Studios, and there's some new speculation as to what the studio has been up to since finishing Batman: Arkham City.
One of the more surprising announcements from E3 2013, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare took the popular mobile strategy game and dropped it smack dab in the middle of a chaotic third-person shooter. It shouldn't have worked, but here we are nearly a year later, and Garden Warfare is a charming title that envisions PopCap's classic in a whole new way. It's just too bad there isn't more to it.
Back near my childhood home, there was a pizza place called Salvatore's. Not only did it have some of the best pizza in the city, but it was also home to one of the few remaining arcade machines in the surrounding area. I spent countless quarters on the Strider arcade machine at Sal's, from the early '90s all the way through high school. In all my years of playing, I never beat the game, but I have always had a fondness for Strider. Imagine my disappointment then in finding Capcom's latest refresh to be a rather monotonous retro adventure, albeit with a fresh coat of paint.
As one of the most hardcore action RPGs on the market, Dark Souls II takes no pity on its players. The same can be said of the hero in this fan-made video, which has so much '80s B-movie flavor it hurts.