Games and Gear (of E3 2017): Star Wars Battlefront II

 

Now with E3 done for another year, it’s time to sift through the show games and separate the crap from the awesome – this is Games and Gear of E3 2017! Let’s start with a softball: Star Wars Battlefront II

 

 

 

 

This just in (Or not): Learn to drive offensively in the latest Agents of Mayhem trailer

 

You know, I don’t think I would want to give a group called the Agents of Mayhem any ride of mine. But screw it, let’s burn rubber in today’s ‘This just in’.

 

This just in (Or not): Learn to drive offensively in the latest Agents of Mayhem trailer

 

 

 

This just in (Or not): Become legendary on your tablet (or Steam) today!

 

How? Watch today’s ‘This just in’ and find out.

 

 

 

Let’s Play a Little: The King of Fighters ’98: Ultimate Match

 

Today on Video Game Armada we play the legendary fighting game: The King of Fighters ’98! Why? To highlight the most underrated fighting team in video game history, the American Sports Team! I’m serious!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Let’s Review: For Honor

 

 

Hey kids, do you want a post apocalyptic game that has nothing to do with nukes, demons, magic, or super duper sci-fi influences. Well at the same time having one of the most well made combat mechanics to date, but still gives you an option to spam quick kills. Then fokes, For Honor maybe for you in our latest Game Review.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This just in (Or not) – Soon…

AVG-returns

Yeah, I said this before and I’m saying it again: AVG is coming back. Especially since the VGA has been upgraded for this year – we might as well go for broke here. Stay tuned.

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.