The cult classic franchise based on the ancestry of past assassins returns today after a long-awaited year hiatus. With a brand-new dynamic character and immersive setting Ubisoft aims to return the juggernaut franchise to the top of gaming pyramid (excuse the pun). To no one’s surprise Assassins Creed Origins was the most talked about game on Social Media during E3 2017 and with good reason. During Microsoft’s E3 presentation the gaming world was formally introduced to another iteration in the Assassins Creed family. Showcasing an abundance of new features and beautiful locals, Ubisoft came out swinging showing the beefy amount of content that was added due to a longer development cycle.
For many, the original Star Wars Battlefront series was full of classic fun filled nostalgia. Pandemics series was a childhood classic that let many relive countless Star Wars battles throughout the established era’s. So, when EA announced the revitalization of the series, many (including myself) were overcome with excitement and pure joy. Buzz and commotion sparked throughout the gaming industry about the return of the classic franchise championed by the legendary studio DICE. However, when EA’s Star Wars Battlefront released and the shiny new paint started to fade away, a large part of the community became very dissatisfied due to the lack of content. I am thrilled to say that EA’s Star Wars Battlefront II fixes that problem immensely and the beta only solidified my pre – order for this upcoming masterpiece.
Call of Duty is back baby! The beta married classic gameplay with modern graphics in an all-in-one package. Call of Duty WWII has learned from its predecessors that wall running futuristic shooters are no longer what the community yearns for. Gameplay has been simplified and is more accessible than ever. It’s the most fun I’ve had with a COD title in recent years, and I couldn’t put the controller down.
on 07-25-201709:53 AM - last edited on 08-17-201701:54 PM by Mike-BBY
Did you hear the news? The Call of Duty series is re-deploying back to the Western Front this fall in Call of Duty WWII. From the creators of Advanced Warfare, Call of Duty WWII sets out to recapture the heavy conflict between the Axis and Allies. Come November 3rd, you’ll be storming the beaches of Normandy in this latest installment of the Call of Duty franchise
on 03-02-201702:39 PM - last edited on 03-22-201711:39 AM by Tony-BBY
Mass Effect is a franchise I’ve been a fan of ever since playing the first installment on Xbox 360 when it premiered in 2007. I can’t fathom how many hours I’ve spent over the years with my Vanguard Shepard charging and shot-gunning enemies, getting to know complex characters, and multiple replays to see how the stories change. With Andromeda fast approaching on PC, Xbox One, and premiering as the first Mass Effect title on the PS4, I can’t wait for more people than ever to have a chance to discover this fantastic franchise that I love.
on 09-01-201602:23 PM - last edited on 09-01-201602:59 PM by Will-BBY
With a trailer that has yielded more ‘likes’ on YouTube than any other trailer before it, the excitement around Battlefield 1 couldn’t be more apparent. When watching the trailer for the first time, I immediately recognized the weaponry from World War I and admittedly, I was quick to find out that automated weapons were utilized well before I originally thought; a common misconception, actually. It’s obvious that Battlefield 1 will be not only a fantastic gaming experience, but a deeply rooted history lesson.