Game season is here! No news this month since every developer on the planet is trying to get your money by releasing their games just days apart. Gears of War 4 hit Xbox One and PC, and believe it or...Read more
Game season is here! No news this month since every developer on the planet is trying to get your money by releasing their games just days apart.
Gears of War 4 hit Xbox One and PC, and believe it or not the entire 4LOG crew not only played it, but played it together. Its freaking good.
Forza Horizon 3 came out as well, and while its amazing on Xbox One, the PC version is on fire.
Rounding out the Microsoft Block, Recore came out as well, and while its something special it falls short in the end.
Basher picked up God Eater and explains why Swords that eat monsters is right up his alley.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare beta hit the PS4, and Cory explains why hes optimistic, but shades of Call of Duty Ghosts are creeping in.
Basher also finally played Rise of the Tomb Raider, and mirrors Cory’s talk since it was his GOTY of 2015.
Cory picked up a PS4! He talks about The Order 1886 and Until Dawn.
Killer Instinct Season 3 adds more to the already stellar game from Microsoft’s fighting franchise.
Killer Instinct has been a surprising success for Microsoft ever since the brand was rebooted during the launch of the Xbox One. The initial review was met with a lot of skepticism over a developer that wasn’t proven, but it was quickly realized by the fans and players of the game that Killer Instinct was back and it was something truly special.
The first season only having 8 characters left fans and players eagerly awaited season two to add more characters to the roster as well as add some new game modes that the first season just didn’t offer. Season 2 had a new developer in Iron Galaxy, and while it added what fans really wanted it still didn’t feel quite complete Enter Killer Instinct Season 3. Armed with new characters, new and old, as well as new modes to keep players fighting long into the night.The main thing that Killer Instinct season 3 needed to add was that final layer to make it a complete title. I think it’s fair to say that Iron Galaxy has made Killer Instinct a true fighting Contender now with wrapping up season 3.
The holiday season is almost here, but before that crazy story of games hit, it’s time to talk about all the betas for those games.
Cory and Basher played the Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 Tech Tests, and both seemed to underwhelm them quite a bit,
Steam World Heist has been sitting on Basher’s computer for quite awhile, but he finally got around to experiencing its’ greatness.
Chris is still playing Tokyo Mirage Sessions on the Wii U, and embraces his inner Anime singing self.
Cory picked up Hitman, and is blown away how much the episodic nature of the game ended up being possibly the best part.
PS4 Pro has finally be revealed by Sony, and the 4LOG crew has trouble understanding who the console is for, as well as a discussion of PS4 Pro VS Scorpio obviously pops up.
Solar Shifter EX is just a sub par Bullet Hell shooter that breaks the first rule of the gene, a stable frame rate.
Solar shifter EX is a bullet hell shooter that aims to keep the player on its toes with the teleporting mechanic added to the frenzy of enemies and bullets that are always coming your way The strength of this genre is it combines high-level skill with quick-witted Maneuvers that create a sense of speed that gives the player a real sense of accomplishment when they finally master maneuverability in mechanics involved. It’s the type of game that is usually not for the faint of heart, and for the gamers that want a real sense of speed and action. The problem with Solar Shifter EX is that it doesn’t excel at any of the known traits of the genre.
Best Buy just pulled a bait and switch on their customers trying to purchase a PS4 Slim, and they don’t appear to be happy.
Best Buy just pulled some shady tactics when it comes to people pre-ordering the upcoming redesigned Playstation 4, known as the Playstation 4 Slim. The PS4 Slim hits store shelves on September 15th, which is just a few days away. Stores around the country have been promoting the Uncharted 4: A Theives End PS4 Bundle since the PS4 Slim was officially unveiled by Sony not too long ago and their PlayStation Meeting on September 7th. The bundle features a 500GB PS4, with a disc copy of Uncharted 4, for the new price of the PS4 at $299.
A lot of places like Amazon have been taking pre-orders for the new console, and Best Buy put up a listing for a pretty stellar deal for people looking to jump in on this new version of the PS4. Also at the PlayStation meeting Sony unveiled a brand new headset known as the Platinum Wireless Headset. It features virtual 7.1 surround sound and it’s compatible not only with the PlayStation 4 but any 3.5 millimeter devices as well as Bluetooth devices.
The crazy part of this deal from Best Buy was that it included the Platinum Wireless Headset in the PlayStation 4 Uncharted 4 bundle at absolutely no additional cost, it came with the price tag of only $299.
Its the summer, which means video game releases are few and far between.
Pokemon Go has set the world on fire, and Basher talks about how it got his friends to interact with real people.
Cory picked up Star Fox Zero on the Wii U, and explains how it is flawed but still a decent game.
Chris explored his inner JRPG, and picked up Tokyo Mirage Sessions on the Wii U.
As always with every gaming podcast on the planet these days, a discussion breaks out about Overwatch.
Since the 4LOG crew are failures and didn’t record a podcast after E3 2016, the crew talks about the one game that impressed them the most at the show.
Next Gen/Half Step Gen/Upgraded Gen is coming, and there is a basic view of what the Nintendo NX, Xbox Scorpio, and Playstation Neo appear to be. The 4LOG crew discusses what they think of each new console and what it means for the future of the industry.