The time for ridiculously long lineups, year and a half pre-orders and a room dedicated to games is coming to an end. Jarrod looks at why digital downloading games (legally) is the way of the future.
The new SimCity was just released last week and players all across North America have been experiencing nothing but problems logging into the game. It's that time again, to question whether or not always-on DRM should become a thing of the past, or whether or not it plays a very important roll in protecting the very games we love.
A mysterious package arrived at the COE office, and Jarrod's got an unboxing video for you to see what it could possibly be.
Jarrod looks back at his predictions for the big Sony conference to see how he stacked up.
A PlayStation 4 reveal is coming up on February 20th. Jarrod discusses what you can realistically expect from the conference. Be sure to chime in with your thoughts afterwards as well.
Jarrod predicts ten things he's sure will happen in 2013. From price cuts to new hardware, this year is shaping up to be one of the biggest of the past seven years.
Final Fantasy VIII meets Baten Kaitos meets PC Adventure Game. Need I say more? Here's a tour of Paper Mario: Sticker Star's gameplay and part of a walkthrough for level 2-5 by yours truly. Updated November 19th: now with part 2 of level 2-5!
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Looking for games to play to celebrate Halloween? There are plenty of games out there that pay homage to monster movies, the ghouls and ghosts from folklore, and the creepy urban legends; there are even some that create their own niche, crafting interesting, original stories. Some games draw on horror themes without being overtly horror games at their core, while others are about non-stop scares. Here is my list of six games that you should check out this Halloween.
You think I was done with this game and recording its side quests? Far from it! 160 hours in and counting!
Jarrod takes a trip down memory lane as he discusses what it was like growing up with Nintendo being the champ, and why he thinks the Wii U is the most exciting new Nintendo console in years.
They say if we ignore our past we're doomed to repeat it, and in the videogame industry that's a very important lesson that everyone forgets. The power of your console means absolutely nothing if you don't have the software to back it up. Jarrod takes a look back throughout the gaming industry's short history to prove an important point.
Word is coming out now that Nintendo Land might not be online. Jarrod thinks the Wii U is shaping up nicely, but this one element is still annoying him.
What do you all think of the Wii U launch now that we know the official pricing and release date? Were you surprised by Bayonetta 2, and all the Activision love?
The pieces are all ordered, the camera is ready to record, and now Jarrod begins the journey of building his own gaming rig. Come and join him for what's sure to be a hilarious adventure. There will be flames, explosions and lots and lots of cursing. Ok, maybe one of those things...the question is which one!
After over seven years of being on the market, Jarrod finally tries World of Warcraft and to the surprise of virtually no one, he actually enjoys it. Come on inside to take a look at his month-long impressions of one of the most successful videogames of all time.