So… It actually doesn’t look too bad. New Boom yawn, new 2D (Being worked on by Taxman and Stealth, no less!), Lego YAWN, and “Project Sonic 2017”, which appears to be a new Sonic Generations title despite us being specifically told that this was NOT a sequel. Continue reading “The Sonic 25th Anniversary Event”
Many people take issue with franchises that release a title every year like clockwork, but why? When do people draw the line? Is it the quality, as many say? Surely the last three Call of Duty releases couldn’t have all deserved that 4 they sit at on Metacritic (which is an admittedly horrible metric, but not much else is measured). Not every Assassin’s Creed was Unity. Continue reading “When Do Yearly Releases Milk the Cash Cow Dry?”
So yesterday I posted an article from GamesRadar, on Facebook, about the silly notion of Sony paying off film reviewers to give the new Ghostbusters movie a positive review.
Well guess what! This is my second time writing this article, owing to a problem with the software I’m using, and boy am I pissed about it!
So the GamesRadar piece outlines, in a rather sneering fashion, that some people are just a little bit suspicious of positive reviews about the movie! Well okay then, let’s take a look at that possibility. Time to don the tin foil hat and tune into Radio Nut-case via my fillings. Continue reading “Ghostbusters, Sexism, Conspiracies and GamesRadar”
So EA’s conference happened… I guess. Very little new information came out, very few release dates.
In this episode we discuss the past of streaming games on the Internet and a few other things. Livestream was a wild ride.
So this is a little thing I may do once a week or so. With that said; what is this little thing? Well I don’t know about any of you, but I get seriously fed up of the Xbox Live Indie Game Market Place (which I’ll be calling XBLIG). So that’s why I’m making this little series. In the endless void of pointless 8/16 Bit style games, designed to play off your nostalgia for a now antiquated aesthetic, there are a few original and interesting gems.
I started Infinity Streamers four years ago. Four years. It has been a great journey, especially through the name change. I set out with a slightly different goal than other streaming sites started around the same time: a community, not an entertainment site. The result was a small group of people that I’m glad to know today.
We talk about a bunch of different stuff ranging from the new 4K Mac’s to some weird anime stuff. We also don’t mention the unannounced hiatus we took.