Spider-Man is one of Marvel’s most beloved characters. Trying to capture the character in his full glory in a video game has been hard, with many games coming out trying to match the success of Spider-Man 2 from 2004 and that of the Batman Arkham series. In 2016, E3 was set ablaze with the reveal trailer for Marvel’s Spider-Man being developed by Insomniac Games (aka Ratchet & Clank and more recently Sunset Overdrive) and published by Sony. Could Insomniac live up to the hype?
Call of Duty is trying something different this year; they’re adding a spiffy battle royale game mode known as Blackout, joining the hot “new” trend of BR games. This maybe C.O.D‘s most ambitious addition, but how does it stack up to it’s competitors Fortnite and PUBG?
In case you missed it, Battlefield 5 had an open beta. Reaching it’s end on September 11, you know I had to run to the Internet to give you guys my opinion on Dice’s newest entry.
First thing’s first… Can youbelieve it’s been a year already?
As many of you know (it’s okay if you don’t know), Battlefield 5 is airdropping world wide this October. It’s been 2 years since the last Battlefield game came out so it seems like we’ve waited long enough for Dice to come out with something new. With the last entry covering World War 1, Battlefield 5 will see a movement to World War 2 while series competitor Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will return to a semi futuristic setting, following Call of Duty: World War 2‘s return to boots on the ground.
It’s that time of year again folks. It’s that time of year where Activision does something so blindly anti-consumerist that we sit back and question why their product still outsells everybody else come November. Wait where are my manners. Sit down, and let me tell you what they did this year.