Battlefield 3 Team Deathmatch Gameplay
0 CommentsPosted by ItsEvan on October 27, 2011 under Media, Videos
Battlefield 3 Seine Crossing Gameplay
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Assault/Medic Class, with the F2000. ... more.
Nuclear Dawn Beta First Impressions
1 CommentsPosted by ItsEvan on September 6, 2011 under Previews
I love strategy, and I love shooting things. It's such a shame that there's very few games to fulfill my small niche; Natural Selection, Empires, Battlefield 2, but it's hard to blame the developers because the mixture of strategy and action genres is like oil and water - they don't blend, and when they do come together, bad things tend to happen, for example, dying birds and sea creatures. Assumi... more.
Deus Ex HR First Level
1 CommentsPosted by ItsEvan on August 26, 2011 under Media, Uncategorized, Videos
Gameplay footage of Deus Ex Human Revolution on the hardest setting.... more.
Five of the Worst Gaming Communities To Date
0 CommentsPosted by ItsEvan on June 8, 2011 under Articles & News, Original Content
Nearly every game is enjoyed better with friends, but when we're all alone, vulnerable, and no group chat to automatically mute everyone in-game, these are the communities that don't play nice; I suggest you avoid any contact with them, lest you have your body composition, sexual orientation, IQ, age, or gender questioned. Dystopia I think that it's somehow appropriate that a mod taking plac... more.
Indie Interview with Nerdook – Flash Developer Extraordinaire
0 CommentsPosted by ItsEvan on May 31, 2011 under Articles & News, Featured, Interviews
An artist who currently has over 10.6 million plays on his flash games at Kongregate.com alone, Nerdook certainly knows a thing or two about making flash games, his biggest successes include I Am An Insane Rogue AI, ClueSweeper, and Monster Slayers. You can check out his collection of games in his profile at Kongregate.com. I asked him a few questions about being a flash game creator, indie ... more.
The Ten Most Unique First Person Shooters
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A unique FPS is almost a contradictory statement. The gaming industry is permeated with them, but here's a couple that I felt stood out among the rest. Let's get rid of the obvious ones first, and then move on to the more obscure ones in detail: Doom: It was the first FPS to be created. 3d environments, 2d enemies... it was really awesome in it's time and resembles a benchmark in gaming hist... more.
The Witcher 2 – Tips and Tricks
7 CommentsPosted by ItsEvan on May 30, 2011 under Guides
Witcher's work sure isn't easy; and the pay rates pretty lousy too, but with a few tips and tricks, you too can become an expert monster slayer in no time! (All this information comes from someone who's beaten the game on Normal, with Swordsman masteries) Quen Kiting: Even though Geralt slayed mythical beasts, torn down conspiracies and abolished curses, he's still human.. or at least som... more.
Is Modern Warfare 3 Recycling Animations?
25 CommentsPosted by ItsEvan on May 24, 2011 under Articles & News, Featured, Media, Original Content, Rumor, Screenshots
CLICK TO ENLARGE IMAGES The actual reveal trailer for Modern Warfare 3 didn't leave me much to work with, but what I did find out may stir some resentment (or apathy!) of what the newest installment of the franchise has to offer. I could have included the running, reloading, and taking cover animations, but I figured that it was pretty standard to keep those in as well. [caption id="atta... more.
Critics are Biased – and that’s Okay
0 CommentsPosted by ItsEvan on May 20, 2011 under Articles & News, Original Content
Let's be honest here - we are both human, you and I. There's no reason for us to be unbiased, we gaming critics aren't some kind of omnipotent, all knowing gaming demigods of the universe, we are all mortal. In fact, being biased is something to be praised, not scolded for. It allows us to give our feedback to the target demographics that we best represent. Most of the games that we play usually s... more.
Dragon Age 3 Announced, Hiring Artists
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Alistair McNally of Bioware tweeted yesterday night that Dragon Age 3 was not only announced, but that it was also hiring artists to work on environments for the upcoming sequel. Alistair McNally has been working on CG art for games such as Half Life 2 and Medal of Honor as well as making manga. He first started creating CG art in the 80's using an Amiga 500 and has since progressed to us... more.
Brink’s First DLC Is Free
0 CommentsPosted by ItsEvan on May 14, 2011 under Articles & News, News
To alleviate the less than optimal launch of Brink, Splash Damage has decided to make the first installment of DLC for free. The new DLC will definitely contain new maps, and possibly new content to go along with it. It will be launched sometime in June. Brink at launch suffered from laggy matchmaking, poor AI and slow-loading textures, which all contributed to it receiving low scores by ... more.
Brink Operative Gameplay
0 CommentsPosted by ItsEvan on May 10, 2011 under Media, Videos
More than ten minutes of operative gameplay from Brink, now released on the Xbox 360! ... more.
Last Week to get into GOW3 Beta, Codes Released
0 CommentsPosted by ItsEvan on May 9, 2011 under Articles & News, News
In a last attempt to get as much gameplay data on their beta, Epic Games has released more beta codes for anyone that has been playing the Gears 3 beta to give to their friends. The giveaway started yesterday, May 8th. Recipients should be able to receive their codes via email. The only task that the recipient is charged with is giving the code to their friend and have them enter it and dow... more.