Let’s Review: Bethesda E3 showcase (Bethesda’s E3 Press Conference of 2017)


After all our faces were melted from the sheer awesomeness of the Microsoft press conference; can the good people of Bethesda keep up the pace? Well…






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


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




Games and Gear (of 2017): Nintendo Switch



This one’s pretty self explanatory.











Let’s Watch: Nintendo Switch Presentation (Part 2)



Here’s part two of our Let’s Watch: Nintendo Switch Presentation coverage, again sorry for the size of the video. With any good fortune I won’t have to reduce these videos down in the future.







Let’s Watch: Nintendo Switch Presentation (Part 1)



A new year, a new day, and a brand new console! Nintendo wanting to start the new year right, they hosted a press conference giving us all more insight into their latest console coming out March 3rd. So what did I think about it, click the video and find out. By the by sorry about the size of the actual video – hosting videos on YouTube can be hit or miss when it comes to Nintendo. Not that it will stop me, but still…

This just in (Or not): NX reveal – The Nintendo Switch




I dream come true for gamers, a nightmare for the competition – Nintendo next console is revealed, and its name is Switch.






Dragon Age Inquisition Week (Part 2) – The World


Now one of the chief complains that players had with DA II is that the land of Kirkwall was repetitious and lack any diversity in the dungeons. Again it didn’t bother me but I did notice it and I could understand how it could rub people the wrong way. I mean with fantasy your imagination gets set ablaze, but when you see the world your experiencing and it got a lot of browns, blacks, greys, and other underwhelming imagery you can’t help be a little disappointed. In Inquisition however they not holding back; not only allowing players to see the other lands of Thedas but each land has many different secrets, so much so that the designers fear that some of them maybe never found – that dedication! Now please note: this ain’t Skyrim, it won’t be open world, but it is a far cry from being liner either so I don’t think we have anything to worry about. On the whole this will be the biggest Dragon Age game to date, and I for one can’t wait to explore every nook & cranny possible when it comes out.