Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Review (Xbox One)

I have to admit that when I loaded up Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice I didn’t know exactly what to expect. As you have likely heard, this title was developed by the same team that gave us the ambrosia that is the Souls series, FromSoftware, and was published by Activision. I kept myself in a bitContinue reading “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Review (Xbox One)”

Bungie Severs Ties with Publisher Activision

Bungie has announced today in a blog post that they will be severing ties with Destiny’s long-time Publisher Activision, and that all publishing rights will go to Bungie. They will now be free to take the series in the direction of their choosing. Destiny has sold over 50 million games, including expansions, to Guardians and fansContinue reading “Bungie Severs Ties with Publisher Activision”

November 2018 Upcoming Games Will Empty Your Wallet

With October coming to a close and our wallets well and truly drained, we could use a break to recharge and prepare for the new onslaught of games. November’s upcoming games suggest otherwise with some incredible titles releasing this month. Ready your wallets for another round of video game purchases. Welcome to No-Money-November! Diablo III:Continue reading “November 2018 Upcoming Games Will Empty Your Wallet”

UPDATE: Black Ops 4 Officially Announced, Coming this Fall

UPDATE: After all the rumors and oddly placed logos on the hats of basketball players, Activision have officially announced Black Ops 4, or Black Ops IIII, if you’re someone who doesn’t know how to use Roman numerals. All we currently know is that it’s due for release October 12th of this year, and it will represent a “game-changingContinue reading “UPDATE: Black Ops 4 Officially Announced, Coming this Fall”

Ana Bray, What Does She Have To Do With Destiny 2’s Expansion II?

I ventured out into the forgotten world of grimoire cards to find out who Ana Bray is and why she might be the one on the cover of Destiny 2‘s second expansion. By the way, if you did not pay attention to lore in grimoire cards in Destiny, it is not too late. Actually, nowContinue reading “Ana Bray, What Does She Have To Do With Destiny 2’s Expansion II?”

Destiny 2 Quests And The Stories For Each Planet/Moon

After finishing Destiny 2‘s campaign story, I look forward to doing Quests because they are relevant to either the main story or the lore, sometimes both. While the quests didn’t have much to do directly with the Red War, they took the story of Destiny 2 up a few notches. There is one World Quest onContinue reading “Destiny 2 Quests And The Stories For Each Planet/Moon”

Destiny 2 Review (PlayStation 4)

It goes without saying that fans of the original Destiny have high expectations for the freshly released sequel – myself included. Having spent over 750 hours with the original game over the course of three years I can empathize with other players who have loved it and those who hated it. Destiny did a lotContinue reading “Destiny 2 Review (PlayStation 4)”

GPS Episode 27: Destiny 2 Expectations, Games that Don’t Age, and More

Episode 27 of our gaming podcast, GPS (The Gamer Professionals Show) is now live! During the next three shows, we will be raffling off a $25 GameStop gift card. In order to get your name submitted, simply email a discussion question to ben@gamerpros.co. This is a great way for us to give back to our fans whileContinue reading “GPS Episode 27: Destiny 2 Expectations, Games that Don’t Age, and More”

Call of Duty WWII’s Single Player is Great, but Expected

Call of Duty WWII brings the long-running FPS franchise back to its historical roots in grounded, gritty combat. I spent a lot of time with the game at E3 this year and had the pleasure of viewing a hands-off demo of the single player campaign. Every year it feels like Activision promises something new forContinue reading “Call of Duty WWII’s Single Player is Great, but Expected”

Call of Duty WWII Multiplayer Gameplay Trailer Revealed

A new multiplayer trailer for Call of Duty: WWII was revealed at Sony’s E3 press conference which showcases the brutal combat. There is a focus on all aspects of the war including close-quarters combat, tank warfare, aerial dog fights, sniping, demolitions, and much more. This was purely a multiplayer gameplay trailer, with no focus on theContinue reading “Call of Duty WWII Multiplayer Gameplay Trailer Revealed”

Destiny 2 PC Version Will Live Exclusively on Blizzard’s Battle.net

Bungie revealed tons of info for Destiny 2 today including a partnership with Blizzard that will make the PC version of the game available exclusively through Blizzard’s Battle.net service. Destiny 2 is the first third-party, non-Blizzard game to appear on Battle.net and it will not be digitally available through any other retailers. There is aContinue reading “Destiny 2 PC Version Will Live Exclusively on Blizzard’s Battle.net”

The Business Problem with AAA Publishers

Anyone with even a passing knowledge of the mainstream gaming market will be aware of the complaints that have been circulating over the last couple of years. The seemingly constant focus on pre-ordering, franchise milking, and the shoe-horning of DLC at the expense of actual creativity has many pining for the ‘old days’ where aContinue reading “The Business Problem with AAA Publishers”