Since the embargo lifted Mass Effect: Andromeda has been on the receiving end of much negativity – almost all of which is directed at its character animations. Having invested about twenty hours of play-time so far, I feel it’s time to put this to rest. Continue reading It’s Time To Address Mass Effect: Andromeda’s Animations
Titanfall 2 will be getting another update this month with a remastered map, two new prime titans, bug fixes, and more. Here is everything you need to know! Continue reading Titanfall 2: Colony Reborn Update Detailed
The final DLC for year 1 content on Tom Clancy’s The Division will release next Tuesday for all platforms. The update will bring an all new PvP mode, new DZ areas, as well as PvE content. Here’s everything you need to know! Continue reading The Division 1.6: Last Stand Update Coming February 28th
On January 24th, the PC Public Test Server for Tom Clancy’s The Division went live. PC players are currently testing out the upcoming 1.6 update and providing their valuable feedback to Massive to ensure a quality update for all when it goes live for the publiic. Here, we have all the details you need to know. Continue reading The Division 1.6 & Last Stand Update Details
Call of Duty is back in the spotlight on social media thanks to some Reddit users. Infinite Warfare received an update a couple of days ago, but the update allowed people to exploit the key used for purchasing loot crates. The people who used the exploit all agree – the drop rates are seriously unfair. Continue reading The drop rate odds in Call of Duty are criminally low
Shortly after its release, I reviewed Titanfall 2. I was blown away with what I had played after a week. Since then, I have invested more than three days of gameplay and I am far wiser when it comes to the game’s mechanics, and my love for both the game and developer has only grown. Titanfall 2 is my game of the year and I am here to tell you why this fantastic game deserves far more love and attention from fans of FPS games. Continue reading Shane’s Game of The Year 2016
Yesterday evening the news broke about the latest update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. In all of the advertisement posted on the Call of Duty social media accounts, they only ever mentioned the six maps missing from the base game, as well as Winter Crash. There was no mention of the new Depot feature. I wonder why? Continue reading Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Has Micro Transactions, and I’m not happy.
The Division is a game I’ve had a love/hate relationship with for the last several months. Despite its glaring issues, there’s a certain charm it has managed to maintain. Despite all of the work Massive have done to fix The Division, jumping straight to The Division 2 as soon as the planned DLC is out in the world would be like throwing buckets of money in a shredder. Continue reading The Division: Then, Now, & Tomorrow.
2014 saw the release of the most refreshing FPS in a long time. It was exactly what was needed in a genre turning stale with each new release of Call of Duty and Battlefield. Call of Duty and Battlefield certainly looked better with each new release but the mechanics remained the same every year and it was tiresome. Continue reading Titanfall 2 Is The Underdog of 2016
When Massive released update 1.3 to Tom Clancy’s The Division several months ago, the online community slammed the company for releasing such a horribly unbalanced update which sucked what fun was left from the game. We went from being able to solo farm the Dark Zone (DZ) brackets 1-5 to being one-shotted by the AI when we stepped foot inside DZ01. The backlash forced Massive to rethink everything. Continue reading The Division: It’s Fun Again!