After destroying Aliens: Colonial Marines and designing a Borderlands 2 class that absolutely did not fit the game, Gyme was prepared for the new Borderlands 2 DLC to suck. Much to Gyme’s surprise, that assessment was not even close.
What do Kickstarter, DLC and casual gaming all have in common? They all are good ideas that have been utterly destroyed by the industry of video games. This week KillswitchTool takes a look at the industry’s ultimate talent of destroying any decent idea.
Square Enix discloses the sales-targets for Eidos’ ‘failures’, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is leaked early due to DRM exploits, and Resident Evil: Revelations HD charges players for ‘Raid Mode’ DLC/’Season pass’ in the news of the week.
Last week EA did what they do best: screw gamers without remorse. This week, KillswitchTool looks at why SimCity is just another reason the industry needs to experience a colossal crash and be reborn as something nicer to its consumers.
Imitanis lacks the time to complete games these days. Many other gamers share his problem. Join him inside as he looks at why people are completing fewer games than before.
This week, Blitzmage takes a look at exclusivity, the good, bad, and the ugly.
What has gone wrong with the industry we all know and love? Join Imitanis inside as he examines how gaming has gone downhill in recent times.
Bioware talk monetising the consumer, Bioware reveal a drop in interest toward Mass Effect 3, and the Hyrule Historia knocks Fifty Shades of Grey from the top of Amazon’s best sellers chart in this week’s out of touch news regressions.
Resident Evil 6 plays for time, Cliffy B. justifies the gouging of consumers, and Mike Capps blames PC pirates for the shelving of a Bulletstorm sequel in this week’s sorry state of news excuses!
OMGPOP make their case for the ghettoisation of Facebook, Konami set a new standard of bad for HD ports, and Bioware overtures seem to indicate forthcoming ending DLC – for a price, in this week’s thug nasty urban gangster government issued news stamps.