Tag: HANDS ON
I'm always cautious when venturing into games in early access but that only makes me all the more pleased when I find those titles to be more than competent games with a bright future. CryoFall is one of those pleasant surprises, and my hands-on time with it makes me think it'll be a blast to play when it's fully released! Read on for my full preview.
Curious to know more about The Last Jedi, regardless of how many times you’ve seen it? DK’s pair of tie-in books, The Incredible Cross Sections and Visual Dictionary offer the in depth information you’re craving. Come inside to check out my thoughts on both of these titles.
The advent of mini-consoles has seen a huge resurgence in the retro gaming market as fans of all levels seek ways to play the beloved games of yore. Dreamcade Replay is here to to try and fill the needs of ALL gamers with their new console. After some hands-on time with it, I’m sold on the possibilities.
The Warner Brothers Booth was arguably the most flamboyant and atmospheric booths at this years E3 show floor. Black walls that nearly reached the high ceiling enclosed the Middle Earth: Shadow Of War game demos and their preemptive theatrical walkthrough. A massive dragon was on display up front for fans to take photos with, and they hired the tallest actors they could find to play towering orcs that playfully harassed folks in line. To top it off, a red ambient light shot up into the ceiling and somehow animated itself like an evil and encompassing aura. Next door was the Lego Dimensions booth, and a live stage where WB’s showed off more of their featured games
In this year’s Bandai Namco booth tour (which offered a peer at two games I nominated for E3 Best Of Show: Ni No Kuni 2 & Dragon Ball Fighter Z) I got hands on time with a sequel to one of my favorite games of the last several years: Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. It’s sequel Ni No Kuni 2: The Revenant Kingdom had different demos split up per console. Check out my my first impressions below.