Things I Hate: Destiny (PS3)

Back in 2001, Halo changed FPSs forever and made jaws literally dropped in its level of quality. Its developer Bungie went from a team nobody knew of to one that everyone knew about. After making four Halo games, Bungie branched out to make something new. Destiny is one of the rare games to be madeContinue reading “Things I Hate: Destiny (PS3)”

Things I Like: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (Xbox 360)

I remember when Modern Warfare not only innovated the Call of Duty series, but was the first FPS to rival Halo. I loved the first two games, but it took me some time to get the final game in the trilogy. While it may not be as revolutionary as the original, it’s every bit asContinue reading “Things I Like: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (Xbox 360)”

Video Game History: The Simpsons Wrestling (PS1)

While the early 90’s had plenty of games based on The Simpsons, I really think The Simpsons Wrestling in 2001 was the start of the modern era of their video games. While the older games featured mainly Bart, The Simpsons Wrestling featured most of the well-known characters. The late 90’s and early 2000s were alsoContinue reading “Video Game History: The Simpsons Wrestling (PS1)”

Things I Like: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

I thought the Call of Duty series was getting a little old until they showed off Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. The single-player campaign was more expanded, and better than any other game in the series before it. My favorite was the camouflage mission. However there were also plenty of other tough moments, thatContinue reading “Things I Like: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare”

Video Game History: Ultimate Spider-Man

With two successful Spider-Man games based on the first two movies, Activision decided to make a new game based on the Ultimate comic books from Marvel. Unlike many other Spider-Man games, other Marvel characters made appearances, and Venom was a unique playable character. The game was largely inspired by Spider-Man 2. You could web-sling aroundContinue reading “Video Game History: Ultimate Spider-Man”