Let’s Play (a Little): Sea of Thieves


Now let’s play a little of Rare’s latest (and most ambitious) title: Sea of Thieves.





Let’s Play a Little: Evolve


Today people I play a little Evolve, because regular hunting is boring, but hunting in outer space on a planet that makes Jurassic park look like a playground, using weapons and skills that Rambo would definitely approve of, fighting a beast that not only can grow it’s own armor but can evolve stronger over time (who can be controlled by another player) – is not boring.







My Top 5: Destiny OP moments



You know those times where you super hot in PVP, and just plow through anyone dumb enough to put you in their cross hairs? Yeah, those are great days; here’s some of my favorites in Destiny.








Game Prview – Wildstar Warplots


I know, I know I said I wouldn’t show or talk about Wildstar anymore til the game launch, but after I found out about this I couldn’t help myself: Warplots. I won’t say anything else just follow the link and watch the videos and I’ll allow the awesomeness to effect you in that way.





Game Preview: Wildstar Week Pt.3 – Wildstar Release Date


Well people we wrap this three week journy of awesomeness with the annoncent we’ve been waiting for (or at least I’ve been waiting for): pre-order and Release Date! Yay! Sadly it is not soon enough for me but my 7th generation consoles will make the  time go that much faster (by the by Titanfall and Second Son Reviews coming soon). Now I’ve showed all the important bits, in my opinion, to get you all ready for Wildstar but they more to show and see just hit them up at their website or youtube page to get even more informed. Til then people see you on Nexus!






PVP! You know, if you’re into that sort of thing.

The Fall of Games: Review Week – Warrior’s Way



You know its funny, it was seeing the preview of Warrior’s Way that ultimately convinced me to buy these new street pass games. It’s even more apropo that it’s the last one I’m reviewing because it might be the weakest of the four games – that doesn’t means it’s a bad game though. The game starts with you inheriting your own kingdom, and then your butler says: “Hey let’s take over the world.” & you say: “Okay!”  (I’m paraphrasing) & that’s basically the story of Warrior’s Way – you roam around countries and try to defeat them. So how does the street pass work in this game? Well being a leader of your own country with global domination on the to-do list, you need an army.  As such anyone you meet via street pass AND all they met via street pass will become soldiers for your armies. Neat, huh?  Well… There’s a caveat. If you meet someone via street pass who also has the Warrior’s Way game, they won’t be soldiers for your cause, they’ll be rival monarchs who could very well challenge you if their armies big enough. Fortunately you don’t have to fight ‘em, but if you do and you win then a part of their army will be yours, and opposite will be true if you lose however. So how do you do battle, simple as paper, scissors, rock – really. Infantry (paper), Archers (scissors), & Cavalry (Rock) are your three units; each units with their own strengths & weaknesses.  You beat your opponent by strategy or sheer numbers two out of three battles and you win the war. And that pretty much it for Warrior’s Way, you see my problem? All the other new street pass games have a simple but clever system about them; Warror’s Way is pretty cut and dry with no imagination. Still it’s fun, offers pvp play and does give you some customizing options for your kingdom, so yeah, its not what I expected but its still better than a lot of app games on the market today.