The Wii U is in the drivers seat of the disappointment bus, I say this is solely Nintendo’s own damn fault.
Third party exclusives are a bit of a rarity these days. I’m not talking about games like Mass Effect or Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge. Those were published by Microsoft and Nintendo themselves. Rayman Legends, however, is published by Ubisoft. It was supposed to be a Wii U exclusive. Was.
While I don’t know if this is going to become a series, Why I Can’t Quit Playing: MUDs is the second entry into this style of post, so who knows!
For some people, gaming is a hobby. For others, gaming can be a bit… more. One of the first panels we’ve gotten to see here at PAX Prime 2012 has been about people who’ve had problems managing gaming within the rest of their lives as a whole.
Last week, William talked about League of Legends being the superior MOBA title in comparison to Heroes of Newerth and DotA 2. Today, I’m going to point out why he’s wrong.
So I read the review we have on our site and, while I agree with it, there are some things I’d like to mention about The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Also, this is coming from a huge Zelda fan that has beaten every single game in the series at least once (but most likely several times). And as a warning, there are some item spoilers and it’s basically a long, long rant.
I’ve noticed a worrying trend in the industry recently, usually it emerges more from the fan side of things but occasionally somebody with more weight adds to the flames. This trend is a hyper-critical attitude to game reviews. Please don’t misunderstand me, I completely understand the need for critique – It’s how an industry develops. What I don’t appreciate quite so much though is the current attitude that a review is always fundamentally flawed.
The problem has shown itself in a couple of ways recently, each has its own point to make but is nevertheless a pointless [...]