An all new Transformers: Fall of Cybertron trailer featuring footage of the multiplayer component of this game.
Get your multiplayer out of my single-player games!
As wonderful and awesome as the internet is, it really fucked things up for gamers like me. It wasn’t really an issue in the early stages – that short period of time before it was as all pervasive as it is now. Consoles remained offline for the most part, with only a handful of games offering any kind of online component. Online gaming was for the PC crowd, not the console kids who enjoyed a far more streamlined and simplified gaming experience.
We can all rest easy now.
Since the Wii U’s unveiling at last year’s E3, many have wondered just exactly how many Wii U GamePads the system would support. Initial showings of the system and game demos always showed just one person using the tablet-like controller, while others playing along used the classic Wii remote controller, which lead many to believe that Nintendo’s new machine would only support a single GamePad. Today those concerns were wiped away.
We don't like to use the "D" word around these parts.
With Diablo III exploding onto the world and making headlines for everything from its high sales numbers to its controversial internet connection requirements, it seems as if Blizzard’s new monster is set to dominate the gaming landscape for some time to come. If you’ve read my review you know that I’m rather fond of that game. Perhaps you’re still not impressed. Perhaps you yearn for a game less streamlined that plays more like the Diablo of yore. That’s the exact sentiment that Runic Games is banking on with Torchlight II--a love letter to Diablo II in a post-Diablo III world. But let’s just not talk about Diablo for now, shall we?
Join Mike, JD, Stanton, and Julian as they take on Cerberus in Mass Effect 3's Multiplayer.
Mike, JD, Stanton and Julian decided to take on the galaxy together in Mass Effect 3's multiplayer demo. Check out the below two-part video to get their impressions and perhaps have a few laughs.