Destiny is out. Some would call it the biggest release of the year, Bungie would very much like to think so, and based on how many consoles it has sold by its own merit, I would be willing to agree.
Buying a new game, especially a AAA title these days is a pretty harrowing experience.
Call me a massive cynic, but looking through the dozens of Game of the Year lists these past weeks, I can't help but notice that our big AAA titles have had none of the 'wow' factor they used to have.
I, like much of the modern gaming media, really like Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.
Of late, despite all the hype over the release of the two new games consoles from Sony and Microsoft, I have found myself going back to older games and re-experiencing titles I've already finished.
As a huge Sonic fan, I like to keep a close eye on the series from Sonic Team and like many fans I always really hope the next game in the series is the one that ‘gets it right’.
After Pokémon Black and Pokémon White were released, it seemed like Nintendo and Game Freak wanted to put some more thought and depth into the series to make it a more believable, living world.
The platformer: the first meal for many a young gamer and an important supplement in many of our gaming palettes.
There’s no feeling that satisfies quite like knowing you have just got away from something, and no genre of games puts that feeling to use quite as much as the stealth game.
It’s getting to the point where I have been walking around on this planet for a long ass time, and in spite of the leaps and bounds I’ve made toward the elusive feeling of ‘adulthood’, I can’t help but squirm in excitement over the release of a new Pokémon game.