“Carmageddon: Max Damage” is not a game for the easily offended.
This pedestrian-murder simulator melds street racing and demolition derbies in an irreverent, somewhat obscene fashion sure to get someone’s undies in a twist. After all, you can run over nuns, cops, cows, the obese, people in wheelchairs and even dogs. I try to avoid hitting dogs.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles isn’t just about the big boys — Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo and the lot.
So I went to E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, in Los Angeles earlier this month, wrote two stories — about the Sony and Microsoft press conferences — and then fell silent.
LOS ANGELES – PlayStation came out of the gate sprinting Monday night – with a game trailer revealing the next iteration of its “God of War” series -- at its pre-E3 game summit press conference.
“God of War” – yes, the same name as the first – reunites with Spartan warrior and slayer of most of the Greek pantheon Kratos, but now he’s got a beard!
And a son.
LOS ANGELES – Microsoft announced a new, slimmer, slightly-improved game console Monday. Then it stole its own thunder by announcing "the most powerful game console ever built" will be coming holiday 2017.
I'm not sure what it's thinking.
Every so often, tech companies try to sell us on some hot new thing — and a lot of it has an impact on video games.
Around 2005, they really started pushing high-definition televisions. It took a little bit of doing, but ultimately, it paid off. HD sets are now the standard.
I’m suffering from information overload here, as game publisher’s PR firms crank out news releases ahead of next week’s E3 convention in Los Angeles.
I mean, I got three separate press releases related to “Deus Ex: Mankind Divided” in the space of five minutes Wednesday. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
You may have heard already, but Champaign-based game developer Volition announced their next property Monday: “Agents of Mayhem.”
Details are scant, so far, as it appears they’re trying to wait until E3, next week in Los Angeles, to spill most of the beans. However, I’m trying to get some more details before the show.
But many other people love it — with good reason
Most of the hype around Blizzard’s latest, “Overwatch,” makes it sound like the greatest thing since peanut butter and jelly smeared on sliced bread.
Don’t expect me to be quite that effusive.
If you’re into team-based multiplayer first-person shooters, yes, it is fantastic. It very well may be your jam.
Welcome to the latest edition of Gaming Bits.
Let’s start off with a question: Porn publisher/website Naughty America has offered to sit down with me “to discuss the expanding role immersive mobile content plays in adult entertainment, how gamers utilize VR headsets for adult content and explain the technological horizon.”