I noticed something funny yesterday. I signed into Xbox Live like I normally do, but about 2/3 of my friends list was signed in as well. Over the last 2-3 years, I can’t ever remember seeing more than three or four friends online at any given time. I went to see what everyone was doing. […]
In this installment of Growing Up Geek, Jared takes a look back at the video games that changed his perception of the medium forever. Also, he pines over Morgan Webb. A lot.
We have a hands-on look at the new class-based FPS from Monolith Studios. Pipe bombs, roller skates, and half-naked Joker chicks abound!
In case you aren’t familiar with the upcoming title from 38 Studios and Electronic Arts, here’s what you need to know about Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning. The game is the collaborative work of the dream team of Ken Rolston (lead designer of Morrowind and Oblivion), R.A. Salvatore (fantasy author responsible for titles such as the […]
Tradition obliges that at the end of the year, we list the best of what we experienced. Plus, list articles are super easy. Especially when you’ve started your New Year’s celebratory drinking about 10 hours early. What I remember most about 2011 is that it was pretty sparse up until the last quarter. Gamers will […]
GI Joe: Retaliation As much as I think we’d all like to forget about the first attempt at a GI Joe movie, this has the Rock and Bruce Willis in it. Also Cobra flags being hung from the White House, a life long dream of my own. Men in Black 3 In case you missed […]
Jared What I’m Playing: I’m still waiting for the Skyrim 1.3 patch to hit Xbox 360. It was released on Steam earlier this week, so it’s only a matter of time. I genuinely feel bad for PS3 owners who are waiting for their Skyrim fix, because it seems like it’s going to take a long […]
I think those of us who are playing Skyrim here at The Critical Table are all under the same general opinion that, while a tremendously fun and amazing game, The Elder Scrolls V is a glitchy, buggy mess. The newest patch, which released earlier in the week, was supposed to address some of the more […]
Another year, another Assassin’s Creed game. I’m not sure how I feel about Ubisoft cranking out a new game on a yearly basis. Part of me, the part that is in love with the plot and the characters in that universe, is ecstatic every time a new game is announced. The other, more rational part […]
I was half tempted to just type the word “Skyrim” and hit publish, but who knows? Maybe we’re going to run into a freaking Wisp Mother that one-shots us like 12 times, to the point where we get so upset that we decide to go read a book or watch some TV before we throw […]