Did you have a good Thanksgiving this year? I hope you did. I did, and it (as always) got me thinking about the things I’m thankful for in this life of mine. Me being a gamer, there are more than a few games that I’m thankful for; I’ve even wrote about a few here before. I’ve always singled out favorites; games that I could play again and again. With all the hubbub about gaming hype in the last few months though, I’ve mostly been thankful that I’m not a part of that anymore. I was, I very much was, but something snapped me out of it. That something was Mass Effect 3, and I’m so very thankful what it did. Continue reading Games I’m Thankful For – Mass Effect 3
The weekend is back once again and with it comes a brand new edition of the Video Round Up. We’re back again to bring you the best gameplay and trailers from the week that was. Let’s get to the good stuff, shall we?
One of the biggest games of last year is coming back this year. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is getting a Game of the Year Edition, which means all of those pre-order bonuses, little content updates, free DLC, and both huge expansions are getting packaged into one single package. Any way you look at it, this is a massive steal and now there’s no excuse not to check the game out if you somehow managed to miss it.
Surprisingly, Rocket League isn’t done with the free updates quite yet. Though the game initially launched over a year ago, it’s been updated quite regularly with new things like Basketball, Hockey, and a host of other things. If you want to add even more mayhem into the already chaotically fun title, then get ready for Rumble Mode which adds a Mario Kart twist into the gameplay.
I’ve also got new videos for Watch_Dogs 2, Titanfall 2, No Man’s Sky and so much more after the break, so come check out this week’s batch of trailers!
The full list of videos await you after the jump…
Getting hyped for video games is fun. It is. It’s fun to watch trailers for new games. It’s fun to speculate with other interested gamers about those games and what they might be like. Getting excited and full of anticipation for cool new games a big part of the fun of being a gamer. However, it is possible for hype to go too far. Last month Cary discussed the shocking “fan” backlash towards the delay of No Man’s Sky, a very highly anticipated game due out in August. It was a routine delay, but the judging by the reaction one would think that Hello Games had done something unforgivable. It would be one thing if this was an isolated incident, but it doesn’t feel that way. Rather, it feel like the natural next step in a direction we’ve been walking in for a long time now.
Recently, we took a trip to a local store to buy a new refrigerator. After reviewing each fridge that the store had in stock, we made our choice. Upon seeing our selection, the salesperson that was with us heartily cried, “Excellent! I believe we have that one in stock and can deliver it to you in just a couple days!” We were overjoyed! And we started to make all sort of plans around this new appliance that would soon be in our house
Once the salesperson was ready, we hovered around the checkout station, eagerly going through all the necessary electronic forms. Only then, the salesperson frowned.
“Oh dear,” came the dejected tone, “it looks like this particular refrigerator is actually on backorder. It’ll be available in two weeks.”
Our response came quickly.