The history of video games is littered with failures and object lessons in how to not to market a console. For every success such as the Atari 2600 or the original Playstation, there is a failure (Atari 5200, I’m looking at you, despite having owned one). It doesn’t matter if the hardware is decent or better (Dreamcast, which is still getting games released for it to this day), or has the weight one of the most well-known gaming brands behind it (*cough*Gamecube*cough*), there are no guarantees of critical, much less financial, success.
I will admit: I did not go in at midnight and purchase Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 when it was released. … Continue reading Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
I’ve owned Rage for a few weeks now, and have played enough of it that I felt I could give … Continue reading Rage Impressions
Tuesday night I picked up the newly released Ico / Shadow of the Colossus collection for my PS3. I had never … Continue reading Ico / Shadow of the Colossus Collection
I still miss The Matrix Online, my favorite massive multiplayer online game ever. It wasn’t perfect- it was far from it … Continue reading The MMO Shell Game