•June 14, 2010 • Leave a Comment
Even though we here at MG are still working hard at changing the site and providing you with quality gaming coverage, E3 waits for no one.
The first conference is coming shortly, so sit tight and get your F5 pressing finger ready. All times will be in Eastern Standard Time.
Continue reading ‘E3 ’10: Microsoft Press Conference live blog’
•April 12, 2010 • Leave a Comment
So it’s been a long time since the last update. With college graduation and life getting in the way, Karen and I have had to put this blog on the backburner.
That’s not to say, however, that MG is done. There are talks of major overhauls and details will come soon enough.
•October 17, 2009 • 2 Comments
Chomping at the bit to play Infinity Ward’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 on PC? Infinity Ward Creative Strategist Robert Bowling divulged a little bit of good and bad news concerning the game’s multiplayer. In a twitter update earlier today, Bowling reported that gamers wouldn’t have to wait to play it, as well as other bits of information.
“No delay on PC for Modern Warfare 2. You’ll also have Prestige Mode in PC as well as lots of Steam support. Hopefully min specs will be soon.”
However, that wasn’t all Bowling had to say today about the game. Hit the jump for what he had to say about its multiplayer and matchmaking elements. Continue reading ‘Modern Warfare 2 fans get mixed bag of news’
•June 20, 2009 • Leave a Comment
The above screenshot isn’t a fake. That’s PS3 boxart for the unnecessarily controversial sequel to Left4Dead.
Message boards came alive today as some eagle-eyed users found the listing on EA’s official website. While we’re normally skeptical about things like this (see recent ESRB ratings for Earthbound), it makes one wonder if something like this really is on the way.
So what do you say, PS3 owners? Are you ready for some zombie apocalypse in the deep south?
Update: Looks like it’s been taken off of the website.
•June 2, 2009 • 2 Comments
While it was hard to go after the buzz that Microsoft generated, Nintendo held its own, albeit barely. By sticking to their award-winning family-oriented games that have held the top spot in the Nintendo franchise, they definitely played it safe.
Even though Microsoft used celebrities, Nintendo stuck with their own–namely Mario, Zelda and the surprise ending with Samus in the new Metroid. They introduced a few new things, such as the Wii Vitality Sensor and Wii Motion Plus. Check out our review of all things Nintendo after the jump.
Continue reading ‘Reactions from Nintendo E3 ‘09 Press Conference’
•June 2, 2009 • 1 Comment
It’s round two for today’s main press conferences as technology giant Sony gets set to show what they have planned at E3. Hit the jump and see a minute-by-minute update of the presser. Continue reading ‘E3 ’09: Sony Press Conference Live Blog’