Getting good reviews for a new game is more important than ever for developers & publishers alike. Despite this added pressure, the review system for many websites is broken. This week Gyme looks at what is broken & how to potentially fix the system.
Diablo III was a hugely anticipated game that failed to live up to the expectations of many fans. Are a new expansion and patch enough to correct the sins of the original game? Or do they just add to the pile of disappointment known as Diablo III?
South Park: The Stick of Truth is the sixth game to use the South Park license. Is the magic touch of series co-creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker the ingredient that has been missing from previous games? Or is a good South Park game just a pipe dream?
While waiting for South Park: The Stick of Truth to release, Gyme decided to take a chance and play The Wonderful 101. With an assortment of bland foods at his side, Gyme dove into the Pikmin/Superhero mash-up to see if it was any good.
A Link Between Worlds is the latest entry in the popular Zelda series and it offers players a more classic experience than the series’ recent entries. A spiritual successor to A Link to the Past, how does this new Zelda title live up to its expectations?
The main mission for Metal Gear Solid Ground Zeroes clocks in at a scant ninety minutes, yet Konami seems to be avoiding nearly all criticism for their thirty dollar demo. This week Gyme looks at why gamers feel the need to defend their beloved companies.
We are only two months into the current generation and Sony has begun to build a lead. The Xbone has quite a few problems with it, but can Microsoft right the ship to reclaim North America and Europe or will Sony’s domination extend across all markets?
Nintendo’s third-quarter results were dismal, leading to the the masses declaring them doomed and well on the path to becoming the next Sega. Is Mario on his way to the Playstation or is this just the wishful thinking of fanboys?
EA and Machinima were caught red-handed this week when some interesting advertising agreements were leaked. Although they were quick to try and dispel the shadiness the question remains as to what depths will they sink to sell shitty products?
Japan’s influence on gaming has all but disappeared over recent years. Will this be the generation that Japan takes a step back to prominence? Or are we nearing a future with Sony being the lone Japanese developer not focusing on smartphone apps?