As 2014 began to wind down, so did the new releases, but that didn’t stop game sales! Here are the games that many PlayStation owners got for the holidays. Continue reading PlayStation Best-Sellers for December 2014
2014 was certainly a wild year for gaming.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One both set record sales for a console’s first year on the market, reassuring gamers and “analysts” everywhere that console gaming is here to stay. Microsoft decided to release a Kinect-less Xbox One bundle after saying it would never happen. The PlayStation 4 failed to release any major blockbuster first party games during the holiday season, while the Xbox One released a hit new IP in Sunset Overdrive.
We saw the rise and fall of mobile games like Flappy Bird. Games like Titanfall, Watch Dogs, and Destiny were all finally released only to be ripped apart by gamers with too much hype. While less hyped games like Wolfenstein: The New Order, Valiant Hearts: The Great War, and The Evil Within managed to blow everyone away. We were flooded with “HD remakes” of games – some that we have wanted for a long time, and some that were just released a year ago on last generation consoles.
All of that combined to make this years Best of 2014 Awards a really fun one. So, without further ado, here are the first set of winners:
Telltale Games has released the “Telltale Games Collection” on Xbox Live for $110, or $55 if you have Xbox Live Gold.
Game of Thrones fans rejoice! According to the developer, Telltale’s Game of Thrones will premier this year. Continue reading Telltale’s Game of Thrones is Still Planned for This Year
A Great Conclusion to a Bumpy Season
Full of Tough Choices
Today, Major Nelson released on his blog details of a week long sale that the Xbox 360 is going to have. The price cuts will be between 33% to 75% on selected titles. Continue reading Major Xbox 360 Sales Starts Tomorrow
There are no developers like Telltale Games, as a matter of fact, their biggest competitor is unmistakingly themselves. After the critical success of The Walking Dead: Season One, It must be unnerving for Telltale to try and live up to the expectations they’ve thrust upon them selves. Continue reading The Walking Dead: Season 2, Ep. 3 “In Harms Way” Review
Episode One of of the second season of The Walking Dead Game from Telltale, was a mostly successful start. Putting technical flaws aside, the decisions to focus on Clementine was one that led to very effective moments of vulnerability. Does the follow up keep the momentum going, while shedding light on the broader cast of characters? Continue reading The Walking Dead: “A House Divided” Review
It’s been a little over a year since Telltale Games finished releasing their critically acclaimed and commercially successful adaptation of the Robert R. Kirkman series, The Walking Dead. And with this follow-up, comes the questions and concerns as to whether or not, Telltale Games will be able to live up to the greatness that was season one. Are they off to a good start?