Looking Back at E3 2014 Plus Over 100 Images from the Popular Gaming Expo

by     Posted 183 days ago


Last week E3 2014 came to a close, but it left plenty to be excited for in the near future.  The “Big 3”, Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony, all have their Next Gen systems in consumer hands, so this year was all about proving why you shouldn’t lose faith in their product.  With owners of the Xbox One, Wii U, and Playstation 4 all clamoring for games for their libraries, there are quite a few titles I think you should be on the look out for.  Click on through to see my top games and over a 100 pictures of E3 2014.


by     Posted 1 year, 190 days ago


Square-Enix finally revealed two long-awaited games as yesterday’s E3.  One was Kingdom Hearts III.  I really dig Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II, but have ignored all the filler games except for Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, which was the reason I ignored all the other games.  Still, I’ve been holding out hope for the true sequel, but now that it’s actually happening, I’m conflicted.  Will I have to play 358/2 Days, Birth by Sleep, Re:coded, and Dream Drop Distance to understand the plot of KH 3?  Also, after not having played KH 2 since 2005, I wonder if I’ll still be enchanted by the franchise.

Then there’s Final Fantasy XV, formerly Final Fantasy Versus XIII, a game that was announced seven years ago, and apparently stuck in development hell forever.  Instead, it was being redesigned for the next generation consoles, and looks just as silly as any other JRPG.  I mean that in a complimentary way.  I used to straight-up love JRPGs because of Final Fantasy VII, but now I enjoy them for their exaggerated worlds and overly-wrought melodrama.  Going by the trailer, it looks like XV involves warring kingdoms and magical crystals, which is great because it’s not like Final Fantasy has done that 6 or 7 times.  Hit the jump to check out both trailers.  Kingdom Hearts III and Final Fantasy XV will be released on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

METAL GEAR SOLID Peace Walker Square Enix Play Arts Kai Action Figure Images and Review

by     Posted 4 years, 109 days ago

While there have been countless action figure iterations of Metal Gear Solid’s stoic hero Snake, Square Enix has arguably delivered the definitive version. From the generous level of articulation to the jaw-dropping detail in paint and sculpt, Sneaking Suit Snake (inspired by the Sony PSP game MGS: Peacewalker), screams ‘must own’ for both fans of the character and great action figures. However, Sneaking Suit Snake is an import toy and comes with an import price; the bottom line is, ‘is this figure with the money?’ Find out after the jump.

Click Here