This weeks episode features talks about Gears of War 3 and Game Dev Tycoon.
For the Love of Gaming is joined by the Paranerds Podcast to talk about the next console from Microsoft, Xbox One.
The 4LOG crew also gives their predictions for E3 2013. Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony all get their own section.
Will Sony show off Uncharted 4?
How many new IP’s will Microsoft show off at E3?
Should you even care about Nintendo at this years E3?
This weeks For the Love of Gaming Podcast features Gears of War Judgment, Fire Emblem Awakening, Day Z, and Injustice Gods Among Us.
Ten Minute Topic: Should Gearbox and Sega face legal consequences?
Star Wars Battlefront 3 was demoed on Twitch TV.
Microsoft Next Gen Xbox reveal set for May 21st.
Call of Duty Ghosts coming this November on current and next gen systems. Gameplay debut at Next Gen Xbox Reveal.
Playstation 4 share features can be limited by developers.
Madden 25 skipping Wii U.
New 3d Mario Wii U game rumored to hit in October.
Watch Dogs confirmed for Playstation 4 launch, and possibly Xbox 720 launch.
In case you didn’t know, Microsoft is set to unveil the successor to the Xbox 360 on May 21st, 2013. The entire gaming world knows Microsoft is planning to release a new console, but gamers are still in the dark on what the next Xbox can really do. Rumors have been circulating for what feels like years, but with conflicting rumors, gamers really have no clue what Microsoft has going on in their super secret labs.
So until that fateful day where the Xbox 720 ( is anyone else sick of calling it that?) is revealed, we at For the Love of Gaming have been talking about what games we would love to see launch with the console. Here are the top games the crew wants to see.
Casey: Fallout 4
The problem with an upcoming console is I have no basis for my wishful thinking, other than visuals. However, there is a game that I wouldn’t even mind having released on the 360, but with Bethesda having said little to nothing on the topic, any reveals will most likely be aiming at a next-gen release. Fallout 4. The Post-Apocalyptic-FPS-RPG-Sandbox franchise has its roots in top-down RPG, like Baldur’s Gate; from there it has become one of the most coveted franchises among core gamers. I personally have clocked 300 hours or more in Fallout 3 and New Vegas. The open world has such an amazing story to tell and the narrative really causes the player to become attached to the happenings in the world. With the more recent release of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, it is clear that Bethesda is improving upon their textures and slowly moving away from the stigma that their games lack proper de-bugging. A graphics engine even relatively close to that of Skyrim (amped up with the capabilities of a new console) coupled with the amazing storytelling of each Fallout game will create an amazing experience that is almost certain to make GOTY if/when it releases. I CAN NOT WAIT.
Welcome to another episode of For the Love of Gaming Podcast.
The whole For the Love of Gaming Podcast crew played Bioshock Infinite, and for once, everyone seemed to like it.
Join the 4LOG crew for their thoughts on Gears of War Judgement, Starcraft 2: Heart of the Swarm and World of Warcraft.
Ten Minute Topic: Changes we want to see from EA.
Peter Moore in line to take over as CEO of EA.
New Borderlands 2 DLC inbound. New character and content.
Saints Row 4 coming this August.
This weeks episode of For the Love of Gaming Podcast features Tomb Raider, Dead Space 3, SSX, and The Legend of Zelda.
Ten Minute Topic: Playstation 4 Reactions.
Is Gearbox guilty of embezzlement with Aliens Colonial Marines?
EA screws up the launch of Sim City.
Nintendo promises Wii U OS improvements this year.
Rare once again says they are hiring for a mind blowing kinect game.
Sony’s unveiling of the Playstation 4 was one of the most exciting announcements in gaming history.
February 20th 2013 was a day that will go down in history. After years of rumors and speculation, Sony finally unveiled the Playstation 4. With a new console, new controller, and some fancy new first party titles, the Playstation 4 reveal was amazing.
Let first start off by saying the PS3 was not my console of choice. I owned one, but other than exclusives, I never really fell in love with the console. I am not sure if it was the cross media bar menus, the clunky store, or the weird trigger design for the controller, but the PS3 just never clicked with me. I have been waiting for the PS4 announcement for months, and Sony did not disappoint.
Gamers got a truckload of information at the PS4 reveal. The first piece of news was the hardware itself, and it is safe to say the PS4 is a beast when it comes to raw horsepower. With an 8 core AMD X86 APU and 8 gigs of DDR5, the PS4 is a huge step up over its predecessor. The processing power in itself is just plain exciting because of the possibilities in game design and graphics will be opened up substantially. We saw some of the possibilities with Killzone Shadow Fall, and yes it looks really pretty, but it was the character movement and fluidity that caught my eye. With the power of next gen consoles, not only will the games look better, but they will run much better as well.