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New No Man’s Sky Trailer is Eye Candy

Another new trailer arrived for No Man’s Sky at The Game Awards to be taken in by our senses.  You can find the teaser just below: Continue reading New No Man’s Sky Trailer is Eye Candy

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New Weapons Added to Sunset Overdrive

New ways to cause mayhem arrived yesterday for Sunset Overdrive.  The DLC is called the Weapons Pack, it is paid content, and comes with weapons called the Plague Bomb, Rager, Shield Buddy, and Multi-Lock Rocket Launcher. Continue reading New Weapons Added to Sunset Overdrive

Destiny Exotic Buffs Inbound!

Amidst the usual banter about what’s been going on in Destiny for the past week, roughly halfway through the update, came news that myself, and many other Destiny players have been waiting for.  Exotic updates are rolling out soon, with Deej stating that they will be out before the Dark BelowContinue reading Destiny Exotic Buffs Inbound!

Call of Duty, The Franchise, has broken the $10 Billion Dollar Mark

Activision has announced that Call of Duty, the franchise that was conceived in 2003, has achieved over $10 billion in sales revenue for the company.  This information arrives on the heels of the publisher also detailing Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare as being the highest selling entertainment title for the year, compared to anything, whether it’s Tv shows, books, cds, or games.  Continue reading Call of Duty, The Franchise, has broken the $10 Billion Dollar Mark

Telltale’s Two Big Upcomers Playable at PlayStation Experience

No more than one hour ago, PlayStation sent out a tweet (seen below) showing off a new trailer for Telltale Games’ Tales from the Borderlands.  The tweet also detailed that both their Borderlands title and Game of Thrones would be playable at the PlayStation ExperienceContinue reading Telltale’s Two Big Upcomers Playable at PlayStation Experience

Destiny is Broken, and Bungie Should Leave it That Way, For Now

It should come as no shock to any player “worth their salt” in Destiny that the game has a number of issues.  It’s not to say that it is unplayable, or that it glitches and/or disconnects players to a point where the game becomes intolerable.  No, rather, it’s simply not what Bungie had envisioned for their large world, social shooter. Continue reading Destiny is Broken, and Bungie Should Leave it That Way, For Now