Last week we found out that BioWare was going to announce and debut their latest game at Spike TV’s Video Game Awards on December 10, 2011. Well today thanks to Game Informer (via Kotaku) we’ve got ourselves a sneak peek look.
Out of all the gaming services out there, OnLive probably has the most unique service of the bunch. Utilizing Cloud computing technology, a low end pc could conceivably play games that would require a much higher end pc as long as it has a solid internet connection. Normally their service is available through a downloadable application for PCs and Macs, but they do sell the MicroConsole which is nothing but a small box that processes the controller inputs to send to the cloud and outputs whatever image it receives from the cloud. Although OnLive has been practically giving away these MicroConsoles, they are currently in talks with Sony and Microsoft to possibly use their respective consoles as gateways for OnLive’s service.
“Sorry for the wait boys. No hard feelings?”
Just when Borderlands fans were starting to lose hope, the new 1.41 patch for Borderlands is finally available today for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.
Okay so we’re a little late to the party on this topic. That’s what happens when you’re not a big website like IGN et al. Life kinda gets in the way of things. Anyways, onwards to our Game of the Year.
I received a writing book, the new Ray Stantz toy, and Borderlands in the same day. I thoroughly enjoyed only two of those and neither of them was Borderlands.
Missed me? Sure you did! Sorry about last week’s absence. Had a wedding to get to. Anyways, ever wonder what it feels like to be buried by games? If you take a look at the releases for the Wii alone, you might just know what that feels like. It doesn’t make much sense either. Nothing really major is coming out for the other systems aside from maybe Borderlands. For some reason, all the Wii games just decided to come out this week. Go figure.