During Microsoft’s E3 press conference, Microsoft pulled back the curtain on it’s powerful new Xbox One X. Formerly referred to by it’s code name Project Scorpio this console has become the most powerful console available.
E3 2017 kicked off in full with EA Play. EA had lots of big announcements, Star Wars Battlefront 2, more Battlefield 1 content and a tease of Bioware’s new game Anthem. One game that may not have had the star power of the previously mentioned games but has the potential to be huge is A Way Out.
The war for the galaxy rages on this fall with EA and DICE’s Star Wars Battlefront 2.
When EA and DICE’s Star Wars Battlefront was released in Nov 2015, it was met with praise for its visuals and authenticity, but chastised for minimal content and bare-bones offline content.
EA showed off a new trailer and gameplay footage of the sci-fi shooter during EA Play at E3 saturday. EA promises three times more content than the first game will be available to fans and players when the game launches in November.
Storming the trenches since Oct of 2016, EA’s Battlefield 1 brought the horrors of World War 1 to the modern game experience. It looks like more is on the way.
Throughout the week of June 11-June 17 we’ll be posting about some of the newest titles announced at the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3).
We won’t be talking about absolutely everything, but we will talk about the things announced that are near and dear to us.
So join us after 3pm Saturday 11 as we gab about some games!
Catching ’em all comes back this fall with new ports of old classics to the Nintendo 3ds and a revival of a Wii U brawler slams onto the Nintendo Switch.
Continue reading “‘Pokémon Gold/Silver’ and ‘Pokken’ to Receive Ports”
First-person shooters are a dime a dozen now. Most gamers know what they are and everyone developer and publisher wants to create that one franchise or series to capture a fan base like Activision’s Call of Duty or Valve’s Half-Life. However, the game that got me into shooters is one that was released in 1996 called Quake.
Continue reading “‘Quake’ Will Always Have A Place”
Diana of Themyscira triumphed over the weekend box-office, shattering milestones and lassoing fans new and old.
The blue blur will spindash back into action this summer.
Sega announced the release date of the retro-styled platformer today, along with a new trailer.
In this episode of the Fully Chargedcast, Matt, Brent, Joe, and Frank talk about Quake Champions, Competitive Fantasy Flight Games’ X-Wing, Netflix and the future of television, and upcoming summer movies.