Let’s Review: PlayStation Live from E3 2017 (Sony’s E3 Press Conference of 2017)

 

Sony has been on a tear in the console wars thanks to PlayStation exclusives. Will that advantage follow them to the E3 show floor? Click on to see my take on their PlayStation show case.

 

 

 

 

Armada’s E3 picks: Call of Duty – Black Ops III (11/06/15)

 

Love it, or hate it, you’re still gonna play it. Don’t fight the feeling.

That’s Gamertainment – Clueless Gamer: AT&T Stadium Edition

 

Ladies and gentleman I don’t think of myself as that guy who wants to have the biggest or best to be happy, but to have just enough to enjoy my games and live well. I have an average sized HDMI flat screen TV for my three systems and all of that makes of my entertainment spending right there; outside of the odd fast food run and movie. Never did I want anything bigger because I was happy with what I got. Well Team Coco is at it again proving that bigger isn’t always better but it can be quite epic as they was able to play random games on AT&T Stadium’s diamond vision screen in Dallas, TX. It was glorious people and a record somewhere I’m sure: biggest screen that played video game on it, or something. So people if ever become rich, ether by the lottery (which I don’t play) or finding the lost treasures of Atlantis the first thing I’m going to do is take Conan’s advice and rent out the AT&T Stadium and play Titanfall and CoD all night long. I know it’s obvious but I can’t figure out how get Pokémon Y on that big thing.

 

 

 

 

Games & Gear of 2014 – Titanfall (3/11/2014)

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Now people, you ask any gamer on the street what two games will be the landmark titles that will define the new year and most likely your get Destiny and Titanfall as the answer. Sure they’re FPSes but their take on the genre makes a lot of players (like myself) excited. Titanfall, for example, is an online only game; however it features a single player story. How does that work? By adding elements like NPCs and plot based objectives into its matches. Another plus is that this game is a fantastic hybrid of mech and sci-fi shooter; meaning that normal shooting parts and mech piloting stuff, is all well-balanced and not lacking. Mech Assault 2 and Starhawk tried this, but once someone got in a mech it was over for the non-mech players; in Titanfall having a mech is an advantage but is not a killer app (or I hope not). Finally this title is headed up by Respawn Entertainment, the same talented crew who created the good Call of Duty games, and if we all know one thing the good CoD games excel at is frantic, awesome, balls to the wall combat glory. Pedigree + potential = win; pick this game up on March 11th.