The fine folks at OTF Gaming were nice enough to let me be a guest contributer. I wrote a piece on Borderlands 2, and my beef with the latest bit of DLC to come out way.
Gearbox used to be one of my favorite up-and-coming studios. I loved the first two Brothers in Arms games for the original Xbox. Despite Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway being a miss (at least in my book), I held the faith. Then the studio that I adored gave
Today I thought about a story Kotaku posted earlier in the week...
Kotaku recently posted on the possibility of Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon being a bit homophobic. They post the following conversation between the main character, Sergeant Rex “Power” Colt and his comrade, Spider…
Spider: Wakie wakie, motherfucker. Ops says there’s a delay in the feed, they need to recalibrate your ass.
This week, I look back at one of the most memorable games I ever played, Battletoads. Remember this shit? Awesome!
This is the first of many posts to come as I recount games, movies, and books of the past. Kicking it off is a game I fondly remember from my youth featuring three steroid-infused amphibian siblings, Battletoads. I nabbed my first Nintendo in the early nineties. How, I have no idea, as
I never understood Superman as a character. In fact, I would have go so far as to say he wan’t relevant. Superman was originally created in 1933 and made his comic book debut 5 years later. In many ways, he’s a reflection of a bygone era. But there’s been a lot of work done on the character since his early days, and even though he appears quite human, Superman is anything but that. The Premier DC Comics animated features are fantastic. Often
I’ve previously mentioned how the demographics in Halo 4 have shifted. From a business perspective, such a move makes sense. My generation may have started on Halo in our early twenties. But now that some of us are in our early thirties, adult responsibilities take precedence. And for others, such as myself, the series may have grown stale. I’ve spoken at great lengths how violence, and what’s acceptable in both television, film, and games,