The Spring season is nearly over, so I think it's more than fair to declare what stood out amongst the new shows. I wont be talking about returning shows, save the ones I love and continue to watch.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure wont be stopping any time soon, and that's great for me. JoJo's is funny, ridiculous, unique, and, yes, bizarre! I'm so glad that we will finally get to the fight between the JoJo's crew and the nefarious Dio. I've never known how this conflict ended, even though I played the Dreamcast game, so you can say I've been in suspense for about a decade.
This is a little comedy gem that's less than 5 minutes, and, in my eyes, its the greatest success of its type. Yeah, I love it that much. You have this otaku guy and the woman who loves him, and you learn exactly why she would come to marry a guy who says stuff that's alien to her. Plus you have all the side characters, the friends and family with all their quirks and stories. It's a great show to watch in between all the longer shows you watch.
Last year Kingston Technology subsidiary HyperX unleashed its very first headset: the Cloud. For its debut in the pro gaming headset industry it was a home run, thanks to its comfort, pristine sound, and a surprisingly good mic.
When the first XBox came out, I remember my first love on the system. It was Fable. I loved the open world platform, mixed with the option to choose your own alignment. The different spells, and ways to customize your
PAX East 2015 has come and gone, and left many a gamer happy and satisfied. The show floor was packed full of people eager to see what the industry held in store for them for the coming year. As far
Nothing beats that new console smell, except, actually using that spiffy new console to enact some serious pwnage. This week, the ladies of ESH talk about NinJaSistah's Xbox One system, Ryse: Son of Rome and much more!
After the intense opening chapter that was The Walking Dead: Episode 1, there is a lot to live up to for the second episode. Episode 2: Starved for Help takes the formula established by the first and continues to evolve both the story and gameplay. Not focusing as much on item collection this time around, ambiance, action and decision-making take a lead role. I’d like to take this moment to warn anyone that hasn’t played the first episode of this game; this review may contain some spoilers.