The lights are on
The final day of the 2014 Electronic Entertainment Expo
(E3) is here and the general consensus seems to be it was a great show with
lots of cool and exciting games on the horizon. As things slowly get back to
normal, enjoy some non-E3 related blogs to help with the transition.
Period Reviewed: June
02 – June 08, 2014Number of User
Blogs: 63Number of User
Bloggers: 34Number of User
Blogs Herded: 8
Possibilities Of Mario Kart 8 DLCIs it too early to start
speculating about additional content for a game that just released? Gaming
Warthog doesn't think so, as he considers the possibility of Mario Kart 8 DLC.
Surviving In The Stomping LandCameron Koch shares his
thoughts on The Stomping Land, a dinosaur-rich game already funded on
Kickstarter that he describes as part DayZ and part Jurassic Park.
Free-To-Play Game Worth Your Time: Territory War 3Mysterious Stranger discovers
a free-to-play game called Territory War 3 that doesn't significantly penalize
those who don't spend any money on the extra content and truly play the game
& Miss: WildStarJon Gregory was able to get a
sneak peek of the highly anticipated WildStar launch and was kind of enough to
share his thoughts about the highs and lows of what the game has to offer.
iOS Games Worth Playing (15-11)There are so many mobile phone
games available that sometimes the hardest problem is figuring out which one to
play. Check out Alto1st's list of iOS games that are worth your time.
Resident Evil 7 Could Do To Be StellarThe Destroyer reflects on the
Resident Evil games with a specific focus on the 7th installment in
the series currently being developed and what can be done to make it even
To Fix The Metroid FranchiseWith nearly a dozen games in
the Metroid series, the beloved franchise seems to be on the decline. RezidentHazard
(Skeptical Inquirer) has some thoughts on how to get Samus back on track.
To Expect When Starting A Let's Play: A Beginner's PerspectiveLet's Play is a popular
feature among gamers where one or more hosts play a particular game and usually
add commentary. Bluubeetle offers a primer on what to expect should you host a
OutlastParker Lemke admits Outlast, a first-person
survival horror video game developed and published by Red Barrels, might be a
flawed game but still manages to deliver a terrifying experience.
Valley ReviewHave you heard of Monument
Valley? No, not the plateau located in Colorado – the puzzle game developed and
published by Ustwo. John Wrek plays it and shares his thoughts in this review.
Kart 8 Review: King Of The RoadIt sounds like Krobolt
thoroughly enjoyed everything about Mario Kart 8, which shouldn't be a surprise
because lots of people are talking about how amazing the latest game in the series
Stay, Roll Over, Hack. Good Boy.Cal analyses the recently
released Watch Dogs in this solid review focusing on what the game does right,
but also mentioning a few flaws that keep it from being a truly remarkable
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