And the hits just keep on coming! With Borderlands 2 leading the fall release madness, we’re getting yet another triple-A title this week along with a number of other games hoping to catch your eye as you peruse the shelves looking for that triple-A title that just came out. Sneaky.
Given all the great, and really long, Role Playing Games that came out in the past months, I could really use another week’s worth of gaming break just to play catch up. Couldn’t you? I know I could given how much stuff there is to do in Xenoblade Chronicles. And I haven’t even touched Skyrim yet. If you must play something new this week, I’ve got two options for you. One came out last year. The other one may or may not be for you.
Warner Bros. is planning a new Mortal Kombat game alongside a new Mortal Kombat movie for 2013. We all know how a video game to movie tie-in and vice versa works out.
Have you perfected all the cases in L.A. Noire yet? I hope you haven’t because this week’s releases doesn’t exactly have anything to fill that bottomless video gaming hole of yours unless you don’t mind playing fighting games on a handheld. Yeah, I didn’t think so.
The anemia has ended. Let the feast begin! Seriously, the last two weeks were incredibly lackluster, but that’s over now. The darkness has given way to dawn.
As a gamer on a budget, nothing is quite so sweet and economical as a used game. They play just fine and are easier on the wallet. Unfortunately for game publishers, they miss out on that used game pie, so they need to find a way to somehow discourage it or somehow make money from it.
Video games show up in the least expected places. Other than U.S. military bases, one would not expect an arcade in war-torn Afghanistan. But a generator-powered arcade in Kabul offers the locals a welcome respite from the war and helps keep wayward kids off the streets, according to GamePolitics.