It’s been a while, but you knew this feature couldn’t stay away forever. That’s right, it’s about time that we had ourselves another installment of Missing in Action!
Chessa leads the charge in an effort to recap the entire Ratchet & Clank series with a set of Review Rewinds.
With the release of Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One quickly approaching, we thought it would be interesting to go back and replay all of the entries in the Ratchet & Clank series starting with the original. As those who are familiar with our Review Rewinds may already know, these articles tend to stray from the standard PixlBit review formula, allowing the writer to analyze and critique a game in any way they desire. As such, when going back through the Ratchet & Clank series, we'll be focusing mainly on the staples of the series in order to fully capture how each has evolved as the series has grown.
An organized list of every Sony related article PixlBit has posted.
E3 is a busy time, and 2011's conference is no exception. With new information constantly being released, it can be easy to miss big announcements or overlook certain articles. Because of this, PixlBit has compiled all of our E3 articles into separate sections (Sony, Nintendo, Microsoft, Wii U, and Vita) for easy viewing, so that none of you miss out on any of our coverage.
... and why the games and services they are offering are tailored to their benefit.
The answer is pretty simple, actually. See if you can spot the trend in the listing of titles below:
With 2011 in full swing, the staff has reflected on the past year and highlighted the absolute best on each system.
Unquestionably, 2010 was an impressive year for gaming, with many great titles releasing across all of the modern systems available on the market.
The PixlBit staff has put together the go-to game guide for all holiday shoppers, gamers or not.
2010 has seen a wide variety of great titles released all throughout the year. There's no doubt that any shopper, familiar with games or not, could get confused by the selection alone. That's why we here at PixlBit have done our best to make it easy for you. We've picked out the best from 2010 (and just a couple from 2009) to help you figure out how to stuff a gamer's stockings.
Luke gives us his thoughts on the best titles that were released in 2009 on all platforms.
2009 was a solid year across all consoles. I was surprised how many niche titles made a big impact on me, while a number of high profile titles simply underwhelmed me.
Nick weighs in on 2009 and gives us his top titles and a few runner-ups for each of the systems.
2009 was a pretty meaty year with a number of massive titles releasing across all of the platforms. While blockbusters closed out the year, smaller name Wii and DS, defined the first half of the year for me. Each and every experience wasn't necessarily game of the year material, but they were fun while they lasted.
Don't know what to get for your family, son, daughter, husband, friend, or whoever? Check out our guide for a few pointers on what's worth getting for who.
As it turns out, 2009 was a seriously packed year with a large variety of titles being released all year long.