Wow. Just, wow.
I've been so out of things lately that I failed to realise the newest episode of Telltale's Tales from the Borderlands has arrived. In fact, I didn't even realise that Telltale's other continuing episode adventure, Game of Thrones, also received a new episode.
Sorry folks, these reviews are coming soon.
In the meantime, I have two reviews of older (but classic) games that still need to be finished. I'll get to these soon and post them as soon as they're finished. I also have to finish up my XCOM Enemy Unknown and StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty reviews, which I've been delaying for quite some time.
It's time to finish what I started. After all is said and done, maybe I'll look back at this moment, smiling in proud remembrance of my vast awesomeness and take a sip from my tropical fruit blend whilst lounging upon the beaches of Miami.
Or I'll just think back and shake my head.
Yeah. That makes more sense.
July 22, 2015
July 20, 2015
Hello everyone! Welcome to KVR Gaming's hub for all thing's E3 2015!
This short series will feature reviews of the press conferences, thoughts and impressions on upcoming games, and additional articles as we see fit.
Listed below are the articles for the respective E3 2015 Press Conferences. Enjoy, and happy gaming!
Microsoft Press Conference:
KVR takes a look at the usually pretentious and flawed annual Microsoft E3 Press Conference, coming away more than surprised with it's rather unassuming presentation full of promise. Hit the link for more...
Sony Press Conference:
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In a far less restrained presentation, Sony came onto the stage to blow audience expectations with an exciting, energetic and slightly awkward press conference. Hit the super totally awesome rad button for our review...
Nintendo Press Conference:
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Nintendo came back this year sans a live press conference, opting instead for a "digital event" in an odd twist of events. Does the gaming giant succeed, live or not? Find out right here...
After a long delay in writing, I've finally gotten around to sitting down and typing a review for the Nintendo Press Conference. Apologies for the long delay. In the future, if I decide to cover the next E3, I'll make sure to get a team of people to help me.
This review is written in memory of Satoru Iwata, who recently passed away at the age of 55. May he rest in peace.
Instead of giving a beat-by-beat summary of the expo, I'll just let you guys watch the video above and add my thoughts below:
While Nintendo's digital event format added more control over the actual presentation, it's hard not to suspect that this was done instead of an actual press conference because the giant corporation ran out of viable ideas.
The past is a strong focus in the press conference, so much so that the future is neglected. In the video above, the reader can see that Nintendo placed a lot of emphasis over explaining "why" the games were made instead of giving us a reason to be excited for them.
Half-hearted is the term any gamer would use upon viewing the press conference. From the forced humour to the behind-the-scenes videos dragging on for longer than humanely necessary, it seemed like Nintendo felt filler was the order of the day and decided to serve it lukewarm at that.
If Nintendo can't provide us with a reason to stay excited for whatever they give in the future, they may just lose their audience and stay frozen in the past forever...literally and figuratively.
While the presentation isn't bad by any means, it just didn't give us anything that sticks. Let's hope for a better year next year...
July 17, 2015
The Dark Knight Returns-Ah heck, that title's already taken. :/
Release Date: June 2015
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Platforms: Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, OS X, Linux
July 15, 2015
Intro: As promised, my middle of the month review has arrived, starting with the Content Guide. As the game is quite long and extensive, it took me a while to write down all the content and edit everything.
So enjoy the Content Guide, and don't forget to stay tuned for the Review, which will be landing shortly in a couple days time.
Reviewed By: KVR (Head Writer)
Verdict: Caution Advised for Scenes of Strong Violence and Mature Themes
Strongest Content: Violence
Recommended Age: 16+