EA and PopCap have officially unveiled the sequel to their highly-acclaimed quirky shooter, Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare. Garden Warfare 2 (GW2) will focus on a Zombies-run Suburbia, now called Zomburbia, and in the new Graveyard Ops mode, you will… Read More »
At E3 this year, we were treated to a new trailer and new gameplay footage for Massive’s highly anticipated title, The Division. The gameplay gives us our first look at the seamless transition from the normal co-op world into the… Read More »
Microsoft and The Coalition have confirmed Gears of War: The Ultimate Edition. This remake of the original Gears of War features 1080p and 60fps visuals, 7.1 surround sound, completely reworked motion-capture, and all previously-released DLC. In fact, it will also… Read More »
The Mario Tennis franchise is back with an updated HD look and new power-ups. My time with the game confirms what I’ve always thought about the series…and that is it can only do so much with the game of tennis… Read More »
Nintendo‘s big title at E3 2015 was the return of Star Fox Zero, and I’m happy to report that it feels like a true successor to the Star Fox 64. No offense to Namco Bandai, who was charged with the… Read More »
Ok. The Digital Event just started. The major players – Satoru Iwata, Reggie Fils-Aime, and Shigeru Miyamoto – are puppets. “My puppet body is ready,” says puppet Reggie. 9:02 a.m. – The three executives are turning into Starfox characters. 9:03… Read More »
“At last. The Promise has been made.” Sony pulled out the big guns tonight by announcing that Final Fantasy VII will be remade in PS4 fashion. The 18 year old title is a beloved story and is etched into many… Read More »
The massive sea of humanity that sweeps through downtown San Diego like a flood from the film Noah isn’t the egress from a Padres game. Although you could visualize a capacity crowd at nearby Petco Park sitting in a stadium… Read More »
The new Zelda looks to be a mix of the Wind Waker style and the Twilight Princess, which looks super awesome!
At Nintendo’s digital event, they also unveiled Yoshi’s Woolly World, which looks amazing. Much like Kirby’s Epic Yarn and Paper Mario, Nintendo knows how to take an art concept and translate it to gaming. Take a look.