If you think PAX is all about video games then you’re sorely mistaken. The tabletop area behind the expo floor is just as impressive and one of this year’s highlights is Boss Monster.
In theory, more Borderlands is always a good thing. Yet something was off when I was watching the twenty minute demonstration of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.
Before diving into my hands-on experience with Wolfenstein: The New Order, I need to come clean about something: Return to Castle Wolfenstein is one of my favorite games of all time.
Discover. Scavenge. Explore. These three words top the demo station for Below, the upcoming Capy title for Xbox One and Steam. After spending about fifteen minutes or so with the game, I learned just how adequate they were.
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls changes the franchise for the better, adding in countless replayability, more loot than you can count, and enough enemies to kill for days and days.
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls is now available. It’s release has done the once unthinkable: make us want to play Diablo III again. We’re going to do just that.
Looking forward to playing some Mario Kart 8 at PAX East this year? I’ve got some bad news for you: that won’t be happening. Nintendo will sadly not have a presence at the show.
When Diablo 3 was first announced for consoles, the only release it was officially seeing was PlayStation 3. Eventually, the Xbox 360 earned its trip to hell as well. The same scenario is happening when it comes to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The exhibit floor of PAX East 2013 was incredibly impressive. Sadly, it appears that we won’t be able to say the same from 2014. Some key names aren’t attending.
While the newest consoles have been available for anywhere between a few months to a year, renting games for your Xbox One, PS4, and Wii U have mainly involved one option: GameFly.
Our Managing Editor, Darrin Wright, loved Titanfall and it’s not hard to understand why. Respawn Entertainment has developed an exciting, addicting, and enjoyable multiplayer experience.
Despite what the vocal majority said, I enjoyed SimCity enough that I put over 200 hours into the game after its release. That being said, I was not blind to its issues, most notably those involving connecting to the game’s servers.
The announcement of R.B.I. Baseball 14 brought joy to many older gamers. The franchise used to be a sports staple on older consoles before its final release in 1995.