Day one of E3 has come and gone! Today we saw Nintendo’s press conference and a bunch of games on the show floor. Did Nintendo pick up the slack left by the other press conferences? Or should we all just give up on video games and take up real-life archery (#yearofthebow)? Find out this and more on our E3 Day One podcast!
It’s been twelve long years since players were asked to defeat evil in Blizzard’s epic Diablo 2. After the years of clamoring for a third installment, players are once again called to defeat evil in the mysterious world of Sanctuary. Although the excitement for Diablo 3 has seemingly not diminished at all, it has met it’s share of skeptics, many calling the game out on it’s “colorful” visuals and it’s “overly simplified” skill system. Could these issues be enough to stop Diablo 3 from satisfying it’s adoring fans for over a decade as it’s predecessors have?
For my money, modest as it is, I don’t think there’s even been an inherently riskier bet as a video game consumer than a movie-licensed release. This is not to say that it’s impossible for a game to be crisp and enjoyable simply because it was first a major motion picture — I can remember playing the Super Nintendo version of Aladdin, for example, and being sufficiently entertained.
By: Kyle Watch as Zack Fletcher makes his Community Replay debut!
By: Kyle Lock Watch as Corey Rogers and I look at Virtua Fighter 4 for PS2
By: Kyle Derek Carlson hosts his first episode of Community Replay! And if you missed last week’s episode, here it is as well!
By: Kyle We take a look at this classic and hilarious title from the arcades.