As amazing as today’s games are, experienced gamers have a plethora of gripes with the modern gaming landscape: DLC, DRM, always-online, preorder bonuses, season passes… etc. But the worst trend in modern gaming is something I think not enough gamers are upset about: The shift away from local multiplayer.
If you mention DLC (downloadable content) to the modern gamer, you’re sure to get an impassioned response. Season Pass DLC is even more polarizing, with recent games like Arkham Knight, Star Wars Battlefront, and Fallout 4 all receiving heavy criticism for their pricey and confusing passes. But is DLC always bad? Is there a way…
Hating is fun. We’re all guilty of it. If something is disappointing to us in any way and others seem to agree, it’s all aboard the hate-train. But sometimes we go too far in our hate. Sometimes the trendy punching bag might be better than you considered if you ever gave it a chance.
The Walking Dead is taking over the world. For the last few years, the show’s popularity has grown large enough to justify holding a full convention for fans of the undead. It’s not quite PAX or ComicCon, but this celebration of the most sucessful zombie franchise in the world is certainly something to behold for…
Batman Arkham Knight was released a couple weeks ago and you’ve undoubtedly seen a few reviews already. The addition of the Batmobile, the story, and a few specific details all have been quite controversial. What does Mike, AYCG’s resident Bat-fan think of the game after fully finishing it? Read this spoiler-free review to find out.
DC Comics has taken over television this fall. There’s no fewer than three DC shows on the air now, and that’s not even counting Constantine. We get depictions of Flash’s Central City, Arrow’s Star(ling) City, and Gotham’s Gotham. Would you want to move to any of these cities? I break down that question here on…
Aren’t you ready for a new Fallout game? I know I am. Still no word on that. In the meantime, check out the blog post I wrote for Movers.com where I look at how Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas can teach you how to move out and move house in real life: Here