Browsing Archives of Author »Casey Shreve«

It’s Gotta Be DESTINY

October 1, 2014


  Game: Destiny Developer: Bungie Publisher: Activision Platform: Xbox (360/One), Playstation (PS3/PS4)      Lets take a moment to talk about one of the largest productions in video game history to hit shelves recently: Destiny.  This is a game that I’ve been looking forward to for quite some time.  It’s made by the developers of Halo […]

Service Denied: The Latest DDoS Attack

August 25, 2014


Saturday night I had an interesting experience.  I was sitting on the couch in my house with a beer in one hand and my Apple iPad in the other and was enjoying a nice quiet evening with a couple of quick Hearthstone matches… when all of a sudden, the game froze and refused to budge.  Earlier that evening, […]

WATCH_DOGS: Hype and Tribulations

May 28, 2014


    It seems that bug filled launches are becoming the social norm for video game companies as time progresses.  Studio deadlines become shorter and shorter as companies want the product in the consumer’s hands as fast as possible to maximize profits at the expense of players and the play experience.  There is a reason […]

Saint’s Row IV: Nolan North Strikes Back

April 14, 2014


‘Merica Dev: Volition Platform: PC, Xbox360, PS3 Rating: M   Ah, Saint’s Row.  As a gamer that always roots for the underdog, I have a special place in my heart for Saint’s Row and Volition Studios.  From their humble origins as a step away from from GTA: San Andreas, they have come quite a long […]

Titanfall: So Much Potential, Too Many Bullets

March 13, 2014


Amidst all the buzz and glamour, hype and excitement, I’d like to take a look at the recent release Titanfall.  To begin, I’d like to point out that this is yet another EA First Person Shooter, as if we don’t have enough of those already.  This game is a sort of “good news/bad news sandwich” […]

Video Games Celebrate the Holidays Too

December 25, 2013


From Azeroth to our solar system, video games (especially online ones with a constant community upkeep), are celebrating the holidays with various bits of festive content. Some games are more blatant than others with their celebrations with full DLC packs or even gifts from an “In game” version of Santa, though some are a little […]

Blizzcon 2013 Wrap-up

December 15, 2013


Sadly I didn’t get to experience much of Blizzcon 2013.  The flash player that they had chosen to use was pretty awful, so many segments were not available, even with a paid virtual ticket.  I’m on the fence on whether I will purchase another virtual ticket.  It is really really sad that you can charge […]


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