It seemed that the video game market had crumbled. But just when the United States was ready to give up on gaming at home, a pair of Japanese companies were poised to resurrect the industry. And the competition between them created ripples still being felt today. This is the story of Nintendo VS Sega.
For new players, Cities Skyline can be a bit confusing. So for you new mayors out there, I wanted to put together some tips and tricks for starting out your city the right way with future growth in mind. So let’s dive in and talk about City Planning in this Beginners Guide to Cities Skylines.
Video games are $100 billion a year industry. Games are everywhere, from Xbox to PlayStation, Nintendo to mobiles, and of course personal computers.
Pretty much everyone has experienced a video game at some point in their lives, but it wasn’t that long ago that the idea of playing games in your home was a far-out concept yet to be conceived.
In this video, we’re going to talk about the console that started it all. Not just the idea of bringing video games into the home, but also one that introduced the world to the idea of personal computing at home. We’re going to talk about Atari, and specifically the 2600; a piece of equipment that not only gave birth to the video game industry as we know it but also sparked a technical revolution still being felt today. Long before the console war between Microsoft and Sony was the console war between Nintendo and Sega. But not so long before that, there was no such thing as a console war. There was only one console. There was only Atari.
They finally did it. Microsoft destroyed Minecraft. The Better Together update is out, and it’s anything but better. It’s a downgrade for the Xbox Edition. Do NOT buy. Don’t bother upgrading. Find out why in this latest rant. It’s a little less formal than my normal videos, but I just had to vent. Minecraft (Better Together) is no more. Long live Minecraft (Java edition).
It’s time to check out Haunted Halloween ’85. I saw this one at PAX East this year, and finally made time to play it. I’m sorry I waited so long. This is a nostalgic beat ’em up with some platforming mixed in. Step in the WABAC machine to 1985.
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Although we don’t have an official release date, we can now expect Borderlands 3 in the fiscal year 2018 (April 2018 – March 2019). Gearbox confirmed at PAX West 2017 that 90% of the staff is now working on Borderlands 3. So before the hype train flies off the rails, let’s take a look back at some of the best moments from Borderlands 2.
There’s a lot of hate surrounding the last few Halo games. In this video, I break down why Halo was great, what happened along the way, and why it sucks now. Let’s talk about everything wrong with Halo.