It was today in 2007 that this interesting action-adventure hack n’ slash finally made it to shelves to tell everyone what Ninja Theory was all about.
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Today marks the release of North American release of the Sega Dreamcast: a machine that had it all, but couldn’t win out against ill-will of Sega’s past mistakes and the hype behind their largest competitor.
It was today in 1996 that Crash Bandicoot came to shelves and became one of the more iconic faces on which Sony would sell its new system.
While many other games would have petered off and sequeled up by now, World of Warcraft is a beast unlike any other, and has continued to evolve, changing, shifting, altering itself with each expansion pack until it barely resembles its original iteration. World of Warcraft: Legion brings a new transformation to WoW, making it into something smaller, sleeker; a creature far more befitting the modern gamer.
After going a few rounds in MW Remastered’s multiplayer, we can safely say that despite the high-sheen gloss, the classic beats were left intact to make this the definitive version of Modern Warfare.
Rich, hand-drawn worlds inspired by the tapestry of Nordic legends and lore make Jotun a fantastical and breathtaking journey, although it sometimes feels barren between the big encounters.
Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Spirit of Justice has some bumps along the road, but there's a twisting and thrilling story worth the occasional struggle.
Zombies in Spaceland is absolutely the most cartoonish that Zombie mode has ever gotten in a Call of Duty game and it works out to be one of the most we’ve had with the mode yet as a result.
Much of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s battle comes off the success of Black Ops III. Speed, momentum, double jumps and parkour figure into gunfights just as heavily. Sliding, jumping and surprising your opponents with elevation as you engage around corners is paramount to being the best. Though we’ve seen a lot of outside action in the trailers, Infinite Warfare’s Multiplayer won’t be putting players in cockpits and have them engaging in dogfights above the battlefield. This is still a foundation built upon players winning the war on the ground with superior map knowledge, fast reflexes and the best run n’ gun tactics.
As a game, Pokemon Go appeals to the public’s love of Pokemon, of adventure and conquering the fantastic. There’s no reason the subsequent elements of the game shouldn’t appeal to why we love Pokemon.