JUSTIN FLEMING 2020 is weird, we all know that. When the NBA came to a screeching halt in March due to the pandemic, one of my first thoughts was, how will this impact the annual sports video game releases. To be fair, at the time, I had no idea if the NBA was going to restart or give up on…
The release of a new Madden game is usually cause for excitement but in recent years, the annual NFL release has been a little lackluster. Madden NFL 21 marks the end of an era as what could be the last Madden titles on Playstation 4 and Xbox One. With the world descending into chaos due to COVID and college and professional sports in limbo, we need this escape more than ever. Will EA deliver a touchdown or will they fumble at the goal line?
On this edition of Revisited, Greg goes back to explore the 2017 hit, Horizon Zero Dawn.
I want to preface this opinion piece by stating I’m not going to write this and pretend that I speak for all gamers. I speak for only one gamer: me. So the opinions in this article are my own. Feel free to counter my opinions with your own. I am a big NBA fan and I am a big NBA 2K fan.
Episode Notes On this episode, we talk about the Xbox Games Showcase, the pros and cons regarding console exclusives, specifically with Spider-man and Marvel Avengers, and our thoughts on next generation pricing. Be sure to check out our website at http://nerdswithmics.com for up-to-date news and reviews. https://pinecast.com/listen/374b14f4-5e4d-49ba-b628-f1e13d67ad29.mp3?source=rss&ext=asset.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify…
On this episode of Revisited, Greg plays and discusses Gravity Rush 2.
Justin Fleming Sony, it’s time. It’s actually past-due. You’re late. It’s been over nine years and an entire console generation since the game series that laid the foundation for online multiplayer console gaming graced our consoles. SOCOM 4 launched on April 19, 2011. On April 20, 2011, Sony was forced to shut down the PlayStation Network due to a cyber-attack.…
Greg Stump is back to revisit the 2012 classic, Journey.
Unfortunately, I never did play the original Destroy All Humans when it was released in 2005 or any of the sequels and spinoffs. However, playing the remake of this fifteen year old game in 2020, has been a delight. For the sake of this review, I do not have anything to compare it to, so I will be approaching this game and review as a first time player to the franchise.
Today Microsoft unveiled their exclusive games for the upcoming release of the Xbox Series X. Games like Halo Infinite, Stalker 2, Everwild, Psychonauts 2, Fable, Forza 8, and more were all revealed. Join Travis and Justin as they recap the event and compare Microsoft’s showing to Sony’s.
If you missed the Xbox Games Showcase, you can find it below.