While the Expo doesn’t officially start for another two days, E3 2016 started off with the EA and Bethesda press conferences. Going first is always scary, but last year Bethesda knocked it out of the park. Needless to say that the expectations were high not only for Bethesda but also for EA. After all, EA … More E3 2016 Day -1: A Rocky Start
Ah, 2015. What a year you were. There were so many good things about you, and some not so good things. But we are not here to dwell on the bad. As 2015 draws to a close and we welcome 2016 with open arms, I’m going to look back on what I thought were the … More The Best of 2015: Bits by Brereton Edition
SPOILER WARNING! There will be discussions about moments throughout the whole game (specifically the endings); you’ve been warned. Last week I finally finished Fallout 4’s main campaign. After 60 plus hours of wandering The Commonwealth, killing super mutants, picking locks, and searching for adhesive, I proceeded to side with The Brotherhood of Steel and nuke … More The Problem With Fallout 4’s Story
A little game called Fallout 4 came out this week. You might have heard of it. I’ve been fairly obsessed with it all week, perhaps the first game I’ve decided to actively dedicate time to in the last few months. But as I’ve been playing it and reading reviews about it, a thought occurred to … More Why Do We Put up With Buggy Bethesda Games?
If you live in the states, November has Thanksgiving and lining up at 4am for Black Friday sales. If you’re like me and live in Canada, November is an odd month. As much as Black Friday has tried to become a thing here, November has essentially become the “pre-christmas” month before December. We do have Remembrance Day, … More Blog Update: Not Much for November (Except Fallout 4)
Hello again Internet. I know you’re busy so I won’t take much of your time, but I wanted to just say a few words about some stuff that’s happened recently in the world of gaming. As we approach the holiday season with anticipation for some amazing games to play, we’ve had some news recently which … More Game Delays: A New Necessity
Hype is very dangerous thing. It can either fuel our expectations such that we’re looking through rose-coloured glasses, or it can make them unrealistic and thereby ruin what we view. It’s been a long time coming, but Bethesda’s first E3 press conference has finally happened. And by happened, I mean it kicked ass. There … More Bethesda @E3 2015: BOOM