Destiny is an Example of the Worst Parts of the Gaming Industry

I don’t like going back to older, often criticized games in order to kick them, but  Bungie’s Destiny was swarming in controversy last week, and I’ve been holding my tongue on Destiny for months. Last week’s controversy began over packaging exclusive content into a collector’s edition for the release of their newest expansion The Taken…

E3 2015 – Duelling Pasts

This year’s E3 was full of unexpected, monumental bombshells. Also, Nintendo announced a few things. Joking aside, of the big 3 console publishers, there’s no doubt that Sony and Microsoft brought their big guns. Both companies are thriving in the market place, but both need to keep consumer faith high because, at this juncture, either…

Fallout 4 – I’m Afraid We’ve Seen This Before

Bethesda recently announced Fallout 4, the newest instalment in the Fallout series. The announcement has been getting some criticism from fans, but has mostly been met with rejoicing. One of the criticisms I saw on IGN was that Fallout 4 isn’t taking any risks… at all. When I first watched the trailer to Fallout 4,…

Where Are All The Movie Tie-in Games?

Since the very beginning of the video game industry, game developers and movie producers have tried to intermingle their business to eek out the most profit out of their mutual customers. The quality of these collaborations have always been suspect. Back near the beginning of the entire industry, Atari’s E.T. is one of the reasons…