Last month, with an unusual amount of disposable cash in hand, I bought a Wii U and a PS4. As soon as I got them, I started playing Bloodborne—a game that has since been replaced by Xenoblade Chronicles X as my main title—and died over and over as you tend to do in Souls games. But last week I decided to take a little break from it and give the other games that came bundled in with my PS4 a chance. As a long-time fan of Tomb Raider, and from hearing many people call Drake, “Dude-Croft,” I decided it was time to play the Uncharted Collection.
I love Uncharted…but I hate Uncharted too. Continue reading I love Uncharted! But I hate Uncharted!
Last week was E3, an event that I always look forward to, because I’ll learn of upcoming releases from some of my favourite developers. I know there will be announcements for some of the yearly-released titles as well, but for me there was also a sense of awe at the original content coming. I have always been a Nintendo guy, and every time they release or announce a new iteration of their IP I’m the first one to drool.
I don’t get into “Who won E3?” because I feel it’s nonsense. I do however point out my favourite (and least favourite) announcements. The stories I enjoyed and the events that excited me. Boiling everything down to “X won this year!” makes it seem as though announcements didn’t matter. Continue reading E3 2015 – Highs and Lows