It’s that time of the year again. No, I’m not talking about the holiday season. I’m talking about Game Awards season! For the past several years Geoff Keighley has been putting on a spectacular Game Awards show, with each year getting bigger than the previous. This year tends to be no different. He likes to go all out. From big-time guests (this year the Russo Brothers) to world-premiere game trailers. There’s no stopping the “hype-train”! Though at the end of the day, it’s all about the awards, and what game can land the prized Game of the Year award.Read More
As the game awards loom, I thought I’d share my thoughts on who I’d pick for each category. If you want a full rundown of the candidates, visit https://thegameawards.com/awards/. I was not able to play as many games this year as I normally do, so I abstained from voting in a few categories. Please let us know what you think should win!Read More
This week Derek talk about anime, My Hero Academia (specifically) and the lastest PS4 exclusive game they've been enjoying -- God of War. Enjoy!
While Sony didn’t bring the hype like they have in previous years with surprises, they did show more of games that we wanted to see. This year was mostly about giving us more of what they announced last year. Sony kept up the trend with having Shawn Layden be the speaker for the conference, and having a tight show. Enjoy the collection of trailers below.Read More
These five games were the ones that not only gave me goosebumps, but at one point made me so audible that I startled my own child. Check them out. Also, go back here and see if Adam or I were right about anything. Let us know what you think in the comments below or tweet @Nerd_901. Check out what Adam thought about all the major conferences too. All the best.
These are the top five games that truly wowed me or peaked my interest during all of the shows for E3 2016. Check them out and let me know what you think. For more E3 coverage check out what I thought about the conferences from EA, Bethesda, Microsoft, Ubisoft, Sony, and Nintendo.Read More
Every other conference went through the normal rigmarole of trotting out developers to discuss the games, or have awkward, clearly scripted gameplay demos. Sony didn’t bother with all of that this year. Shawn Layden, the Chairman of SIE Worldwide Studios (Sony’s gaming arm), introduced a few games accompanied by an orchestra, but for the most part Sony let the games speak for themselves. It was the best show of E3 by far.Read More