Pokemon 3D- pitfalls and payoffs
10 CommentsPosted by Raymond on January 13, 2013 under Articles & News, Original Content
So when Pokemon X and Y was announced this past week, the initial shock boosted the spirits of some and annoyed others. The squabbles of genwunners and Pokémon noobs are likely to continue as always, but will a 3D Pokémon capture all of the expectations Pokemon fans have had since the initial rele... more.
Worst moments in otherwise amazing games
1 CommentsPosted by Raymond on December 29, 2012 under Articles & News, Original Content
No game is perfect, as we all know. There are always some problems, or complaints and even major groundbreaking games like Mario 64 get away with bad camera angles. So what are some of the worst moments in otherwise great games, you ask? Well, Go!GamingGiant takes a look into some of the biggest gam... more.
End of the world game list
0 CommentsPosted by Raymond on December 20, 2012 under Articles & News, Original Content
We all have something in mind as far as a last song, a last meal; but who among us has ever thought of the last game we will ever play? With the supposed end of the world, I found that a top 5 list was in order of epic and end apocalyptic proportions. Zelda 2: Adventure of Link [caption id="atta... more.
Are Mobile Phone Games a Fad?
0 CommentsPosted by Mike on December 12, 2012 under General
Remember a few years ago when Yahoo and AOL games were all the rage? No? My point exactly. Game crazes seems to come in waves with casual browser games becoming popular in the late 90's, then Facebook games made a major storm in the mid 2000's, but are now also fading away. Meanwhile mobile game... more.
Goodnight, Nintendo Power
0 CommentsPosted by Raymond on December 8, 2012 under Articles & News, News
Today I went into my local Target and while others were there to shop for Christmas, I went with a different objective: to buy the last copy of Nintendo Power. [caption id="attachment_40927" align="aligncenter" width="300"] I was actually charged a nostalgia fee for the cover. Worth it.[/capti... more.
Halo 4 “Crimson Map Pack” Revealed!
1 CommentsPosted by Kevin Craig on November 29, 2012 under News
Halo 4 has been out for less than a month now, and 343 Industries has already revealed the plans for their first DLC pack. Titled the "Crimson Map Pack," 343 will be bundling three new multiplayer for the low price of just 800 Microsoft points and will be available December 10th. Official descri... more.
Wii U: 2013 wish list
0 CommentsPosted by Raymond on November 27, 2012 under Articles & News, Original Content
Well, 2013 is nearly upon us and what better way to look forward to the new year by wondering what ways the Wii U can really cement it's position of a major player in the console wars. Sure, it might be premature to make plans for the Wii U especially since it just came out, but being hopeful for a ... more.
Saddest Zelda Moments
1 CommentsPosted by Raymond on November 14, 2012 under Articles & News, Original Content
The Legend of Zelda series is known mostly for being about a young boy who fights a lot of monsters and loves the color green. But the truth is that the Zelda series has some pretty deep and depressing moments. (Spoilers are afoot! You are warned!) (Spoilers are afoot! You are warned!) (Spoilers are... more.
Borderlands 2 Halloween Skins Available For Halloween Spookyness
0 CommentsPosted by ScottHughes on November 1, 2012 under News
Available from now until November 4th are unique skins released by Gearbox via twitter, to add some of the Halloween festivities to your Borderlands experience. Each character is represented along with different codes for each platform. Hit the jump to their imgur account to view previews. Redeem... more.
Halloween-a-thon: Friday the 13th the game
0 CommentsPosted by Raymond on October 25, 2012 under Articles & News, Original Content
It might not be the best looking game around, but Friday the 13th did something managed to bring R rated horror to the NES at a time of plumbers and pixels. [caption id="attachment_40763" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Prepare for some 8 bit horror[/caption] The premise was simple enough: w... more.
Halloween-a-thon: Alan Wake
4 CommentsPosted by Raymond on October 17, 2012 under Articles & News, Original Content
Alan Wake might start out in a heavenly town, with lush woods and peaceful views; but the truth is as harsh as a terrible nightmare. Specifically, you'll be playing the nightmares of Alan Wake; a troubled writer looking for his wife after blacking out at his vacation cabin in the woods. [caption ... more.
Cliffy B Has Left The Building
1 CommentsPosted by DJ on October 3, 2012 under Articles & News, General, News
Seriously, ever since I got done relocating (which is why I have been M.I.A the past two weeks) it seems like most of the greatest minds in video games are leaving their companies for... Let's just say different endeavors. First we lose the Docs over at Bioware, and now today I find out that Clif... more.
Halloween-a-thon: Slender the Game
1 CommentsPosted by Raymond on under Articles & News, Original Content
Its October again and with another year old terrifying games has graced our consoles and PCs. So now Go!GamingGiant is getting into the Halloween spirit by listing some of the best horror themed games that you can check out to scare your pants off. And if you get too scared, there's no shame in slee... more.
Best final bosses of all time
0 CommentsPosted by Raymond on September 27, 2012 under Articles & News, Original Content
At the end of a video game character's journey, the final bout needs to be epic. However, there are ways that a boss can leave a lasting impression whether it's through difficulty, a change in graphics or even voice acting. G3 takes a look at some of the best final bosses of all time. [caption id... more.