Hey everyone, welcome to your news wrap-up for this week. News is thankfully starting to pick up again, moving towards the busier time of the gaming year. This is mostly due in part to Destiny, and everything related to it. This week we’ve got lots of release dates for upcoming games, as well as what might have been… Enjoy!
Dead Island 2 is on its way! From German video game developer Yager comes the sequel to the widely loved/hated zombie FPS, Dead Island.
While I definitely enjoyed certain aspects of the game, I had a few problems with Techland’s Dead Island (and in turn, Dead Island: Riptide). Before the original game’s release, we saw the beautifully heartbreaking trailer which showed the reversed, slow motion demise of a little girl and her family being ambushed by a horde of zombies. I remember seeing it everywhere simply because it was making so many people cry. As far as trailers went, it was stunning and memorable. Unfortunately the game itself (in my humble opinion) did not recreate such emotions.
Full disclosure: this post is about cats. I’m not going to disguise it. It’s a cutesy, fuzzy post about a game…about cats. If you’re part of the .05% of internet that doesn’t do the cat thing, or a cat was thrown at you when you were a child, or you like dogs, then turn on your indicator and start merging because this is the last exit before Naww-ville. You’re welcome.
Continuing our trend of sound products, our attention turns away from headphones and towards speakers as we take a look at the indestructible Braven BRV-X. Josh cranks some tunes and puts on his testing hat. Results below.
Hey guys, welcome to this weeks news wrap-up. As per last week, gaming news has been a bit slower, even with PAX Prime happening in the US over the weekend. Nonetheless, I have combed through websites and social media to find you some interesting stories to read about. From plenty of game and DLC announcements, to the delay of Assassin’s Creed and the ACCC suing Valve (?!), I’ve got you covered. Enjoy!
G’Day everyone, and welcome to your news wrap up for this week. Since Gamescom has come and gone, there has been a predictable drop in gaming related news, that will probably last for another month or so, until the block of end-of-year releases begins in late September. Nonetheless, I have done my best to find the most relevant, interesting news for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!