Last night I finished my playthrough of Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. I started playing the game when it was released back in May of 2015 and just finished the last DLC. It’s been my single greatest gaming journey ever.
ARTICLE ARCHIVE: Gaming
This year, the Boldly Going Somewhere team is participating in Extra Life, a 24-hour video game marathon to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network. On November 7th, we’ll be streaming our gaming exploits for the day.
If you haven’t been following, there’s been a bit of an uproar in the PC gaming community since Batman: Arkham Knight was released this past Tuesday. To be blunt, the game runs like consolidated shit on even the most high end hardware.
I’m not what you’d call a casual gamer, nor am I hardcore. I can easily go months without turning on a console or launching some “free”-to-play game on my iPhone, but if I do get sucked into something it becomes an obsession.
As I write this article, I’m waiting for my precious health packs to recharge so I can fight more of these H.A.M.M.E.R. goons. Not groking what I’m putting down? Maybe you haven’t played Marvel Puzzle Quest.
Nintendo is very often viewed as being guilty of producing multiple rehashes and of generally recycling of gameplay. So I began to wonder – what might actually be a good way to showcase a classic character in a new, interesting way?