Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls; BEHOLD, the mighty power of the Titan’s bubbles, brought to you from the good people of Reddit. Anyway, check out this incredible video of Destiny player fimi_sheikh take down an entire Trials team without firing a round from his gun. Explanation after the break: Continue reading “Watch this ‘Destiny’ Player Win a 1-vs-3 Match Without Firing A Single Shot”
With X-Men: Apocalypse on the way (and unfortunately coming down the road with some so-so reviews), it feels like a good time to dig up a few X-Men games to play around with for the next week or two.
As some of the most timeless and consistently popular superheroes, the X-Men have actually had a more prolific history in gaming than most any other team or grouping of characters from Marvel, DC, or anyone else. Stretching all the way back to the arcade machines of the late-’80s and early-’90s, the X-Men have pretty much always been around in fighting, RPG, and dungeon crawler gaming. That’s kind of cool, really, but it’s also resulted in the image of X-Men gaming being somewhat stuck in the past. Some of the old arcade games were awesome, but they’re also pretty hard to track down these days.
Continue reading “Check Out These 5 X-Men Games That Aren’t Ancient Arcades”
Yeah right, Cryptarch. Not falling for that one again. Bungie means well of course, but I see that bastard standing there with his feigned sincere smile holding that promise of a purple item and all I can think is “Where were you three months ago, when the rest of my pals were running Vault of Glass and all you gave me were greens and blues I couldn’t use? Do you think this makes up for it? Do you think this will dry my tears? You just show up on my doorstep with a wrapped epic and I’m just supposed to invite you in for Christmas goose? WELL THINK AGAIN!” Continue reading “Thanks for the Holiday Card, Crypyarch; You’re STILL a Jerk!”