The popularity of Nintendo in the core gaming sector is waning. Seb Wuepper takes a look at reasons and possible ways out of this dilemma.
Some of us never had the chance to experience some of gaming’s classic titles from the past. Here are reasons why it’s not so easy to enjoy these titles.
Sometimes having an awesome plot-twist can backfire when its popularity spoils it for everyone else.
Infinity Ward’s new world makes Phil’s head spin.
A lot of people think this is Microsoft way of acknowledging PS4’s superiority. It might be something simpler.
Often times, we feel left out when we don’t play the “it” video games everyone is raving about. It’s okay if you enjoy less popular titles and it’s not a big deal as many make it out to be.
I told Amazon I wanted to return Battlefield 4 for the PS4 because I didn’t have time to play it. The retailer offered to give it to me for free instead.
Warner Bros. Montreal struggle to match the quality of Rocksteady’s previous work. The end result is a game which traces around the lines of what’s gone before, never carving an identity of its own. Although still solid, the cracks in the formula are more apparent without Rocksteady’s magic.