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What’s Wrong with Battlefield 4 Editorials 95

Editorials 95 I think it goes without saying that DICE have made a fantastic game in Battlefield 4.  At least, we thought so in our review.  Like every game these days, it has it’s fair share of bugs and issues, but overall, it’s a solid game with great potential, most of which was expertly realized.  Unfortunately, the […]

PlayStation 4 and Xbox One: Questions Unanswered Editorials 239

Editorials 239 The idiom “hurry up and wait” comes to mind when discussing statements made by both Microsoft and Sony. For those unfamiliar with the saying, US military branches have a policy of showing up to meetings at least 15 minutes early (“If you’re 5 minutes early, you’re already 10 minutes late” goes hand-in-hand with this). However, […]

Battlefield 4 Beta Comes to an End, the Wait Begins Editorials 126

Editorials 126 There’s something about Battlefield that escapes explanation, which is exactly why EA/DICE’s marketing for Battlefield 4 is so brilliant.  Only in Battlefield isn’t just a silly slogan, it’s the very thing that makes Battlefield the epic FPS experience that fans have to come to expect from the franchise. Yes, it has guns (lots of guns), […]

GTA Online – Dear Rockstar, Fix Or Get Rid Of The “Bad Sport” System Editorials 94

Editorials 94 Are we seriously getting punished for playing the game the way it was meant to be played? Look, don’t get the wrong idea about me. I’m not someone who shoots every breathing thing on a whim. In fact, in most cases, unless a bounty is placed on someone, I will only shoot after being shot […]

GTA Online – 8 Things To Do With Your Friends, Kifflom! Editorials 16

Editorials 16 It’s been two weeks already since Grand Theft Auto 5 launched on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and although there are still a handful of gamers out there occupied with the single player portion of the game, Rockstar is readying to take the experience to the next level with the launch of Grand Theft […]

Steam Family Sharing – Valve Picks The Gold From Microsoft’s Dumpsters Editorials 49

Editorials 49 For anyone interested in the Xbox One, Microsoft’s family sharing plan was a big deal.  It would be the first time a console gave you the ability to share your games digitally.  Then, almost arbitrarily, MS pulled the plug on it while also reversing their DRM polices.  To say MS screwed up the Xbox One’s […]

5 Ways to Prepare For Grand Theft Auto 5 (Including Studying This Leaked Map of Los Santos) Editorials 45

Editorials 45 Grand Theft Auto V is set to release next Tuesday and the question you should be asking yourself right now is “am I prepared?” If not, then you should probably follow these five steps to help set yourself up for a good time with GTA V. Step 1: Schedule Days Off Why would you even bother […]

MP Panel – Battlefield 4 Community Choice Field Upgrades, Our Picks Editorials 29

Editorials 29 Battlefield 4’s release date is getting closer and closer and this time, EA and DICE are keeping us filled in on all the additions they are making to the game. Plus the studio is even giving us, the Battlefield community, a chance to shape the final product! They’ve recently released a poll for us to pick our […]

State of Halo: Is This ‘AAA’ Franchise Being Relegated to the Back of the FPS Pack? Editorials 33

Editorials 33 Halo’s popularity reached a fever pitch with the launch of Halo 2 (some would say it was the sole reason for owning an Xbox) and sustained a good chunk of its momentum with the launch of Halo 3 on Xbox 360. However, with the release of Xbox’s most expensive add-on Halo 3: ODST and Halo: […]

Norms For Next Gen: The Clan System Editorials 20

Editorials 20 Today, most clan battles are set up through a third-party websites such as Gamebattles. Looking back on this generation of gaming, I ask, ‘why is it that the same style of clan features a website Gamebattles provide were only built into a small handful of games like Killzone and Resistance titles?’ You may be thinking […]

Norms For Next Gen: Dedicated Servers For Major Titles, With P2P Connection As A Back-up Editorials 124

Editorials 124 It’s understandable small games that die quickly in the multiplayer department wouldn’t have any dedicated servers, but why are we on the 9th Call of Duty game (Ghost) and still getting peer-to-peer connections? I like my Call of Duty from time to time, but I swear the lag in this game can get frustrating sometimes. I’m […]

Norms For Next Gen: Customizable Controls Editorials 29

Editorials 29 Everyone has a different play style, and sometimes, jumping from one game to another can leave you in a confused state as to which buttons perform what functions. Take the PlayStation’s Dual Shock controller, for example. Sometimes, you’ll be firing a weapon with a simple tap of the top right trigger, while in other games, […]

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