In a last ditch effort with the impending doom of our beloved Spill.com. Myself and another spill member thought it might be a good idea to unite members in our area. Here is her FB link so please contact Alejandra Calderon (aka Persica Flynn on…See More
With 2012 and thus the end of the world fast approaching, the time remaining for us to enjoy our beloved video games is ever shrinking. Fortunately 2011 is shaping up to be a truly exceptional year for gaming; especially for those fortunate enough to own a PS3 (such as myself). …
Yes indeed that time of year has come again when we prepare to drink ourselves into a barely concious stupour to celebrate another uneventful year and ring in the next unevitably boring year. Looking back on the year in video games we have had some excellent releases however there has disapointingly not been an outpouring of new and exciting franchises. Some honourable mentions that didn't quite make the list would have to be Vanquish, a delightfully crazy japanese 3rd…
I'm not going to add anything witty to start this off. All I'm going to say is this, this blog is for those of you, the smart people, that chose to wait for all of the awesome trailers that premiered at this dumb ass "award show."
We talk about how our Thanksgiving Days went (except for Nick), discover how racist Jason can be, Assassin's Creed multiplayer, possibly more video game movie bad casting, Korey can't quit cussing out kids over email, PC gaming extinction, what games made us laugh hard, and more.
And Nick is not happy about the pasta.
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We have a new episode of the BS and Email show this where we talk about everything from our Thanksgiving holidays to Nick's discovering America's dirty little pasta secret. That plus Assassin's Creed multiplayer, another potentially bad video game movie, and your emails. That and more as you listen to the new episode of the The Loading Bar BS and…Continue
We continue to build our library of video game discussions and reviews.
With the end of 2010 approaching people will soon look back as to what were some of the games released that year. One of the games topping many critics' lists is Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood. Do we agree? Listen to our review of Assassin's Creed:…Continue
This week Korey and Kevin open up their feelings to each other, Guido ghost hunters, how people feel about our new name, and emails regarding our first video game experiences, selling gold, and CGI video game movies.
That's right, Christopher Nolan wants to make a video game based in the Inception universe. Why is this such a big deal you ask? Well besides the fact that we may get a video game not only based around Inception, but a video game made by Christopher Nolan. Let me say it again so you can understand how awesome it is; a video… Continue
If you call me out for being overly sentimental to the point of zealotry, I wouldn't care. This franchise is near and dear to me. Once in a while, there comes along a story that ingrains itself in a generation. For mine, it's Halo. Released back in November 15, 2001, Halo took the gaming world by storm. It was a sprawling Sci-Fi epic that gave players the mysteries of a dead alien race, a bloody war, and some of the… Continue
Its that time of the month where I give my Top Ten on ANYTHING!
We have seen video-games acting more like theatrical movies nowadays, but were there any movies that act like video-games? Any movies that take on the same mannerism and elements as you would see in a video-game. And I'm not…
So there I am, playing a game of Spore, when all of a sudden, I get the sound cue indicating that a UFO has invaded my planet. By the time I zoomed out far enough to see the UFO, it abducted several creatures off the surface of the planet.
And then I discovered who the responsible party was...
It happened so fast that I couldn't hit the record button fast enough while he was poking around my planet!
First I want to establish that I, like most gaming geeks, loved the living hell out of RDR. The sheer amount of things done right in this game is jaw-dropping, trumping even Niko Bellics adventure in terms of the abundance of elements it nails. Shootouts, for one, are far better handled here than in GTA IV. But what GTA IV had which RDR doesn't have, is an ending which does NOT piss all over everything the story had been trying to…