2015 was a great year in gaming, but it also felt incomplete. Several titles, including Uncharted 4, The Division, and Persona 5, were delayed until the next year, and despite growing anticipation, we still haven’t heard much about Nintendo’s NX or the final release dates or price points of any of the three major VR […]Read more "PFX Reflects: Looking Forward To 2016"
A game doesn’t have to be a complete package to catch our eye. Sometimes, it’s just a small event or single moment that we remember most. These are our favorite gaming moments of 2015, from Kojima Productions and The Unfinished Swan.Read more "PFX Reflects: Favorite Moments of 2015"
This year saw the release of huge games like Fallout 4, The Witcher 3, and Bloodborne, as well as well-received smaller titles such as Pillars of Eternity, Ori and the Blind Forest, and Undertale. In a year full of great games, our two favorites were Rocket League and Helldivers.Read more "PFX Reflects: Favorite Games of 2015"
Guerrilla Games showed new gameplay footage from Horizon Zero Dawn at Paris Games Week, which gives us a look at what we can expect when it launches next year. Based on the immense animal-like robots you face and the items you scavenge from them, it’s clear that HZD was at least partially inspired by the […]Read more "Horizon Zero Dawn Draws From Monster Hunter, But Rejects Some Of Its Best Features"
The next Pokémon game, Pokémon Go, will be an augmented reality (AR) mobile game, encouraging players to go outside and capture Pokémon in the real world. I’m sure I’m not the only one who saw the announcement and thought about how I’ve been dreaming of Pokémon in real life since I was introduced to the series […]Read more "Pokémon Go Is Either The Pokémon Game of My Dreams Or My F2P Nightmare"
Wondering what happened at E3 2015? Look no further. PFX has collected all the biggest stories from E3 in one place, here, for you. We’ve split this post into two sections, one covering the news revealed during the eight press conferences, and the second for everything else that is announced during the course of E3. […]Read more "All the Biggest News from E3 2015"
There’s been a lot of speculation for how powerful a PC will need to be to properly run an Oculus Rift when it releases early next year, and now we know the specifics. On Friday, a blog post from Oculus’s chief architect gave us the recommended system specifications for “the full Rift experience”: NVIDIA GTX […]Read more "Oculus Rift’s Recommended PC Specs Announced, and Why This May Benefit Sony"
As of mid-January, PFXEric (me) is in Germany and will be for 6 months. While I didn’t bring my PS4, I do have my laptop, so expect my posts to become more PC- and Euro-centric until July. And also perhaps a bit more sporadic, as I will be traveling quite frequently and won’t have as […]Read more "PFXEric Is Heading to Germany"
The first week-long Awesome Games Done Quick (AGDQ) of the new year started today and runs until January 10. AGDQ is a bi-annual game speedrunning marathon benefitting the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze kicked the festivities off, and things will end with Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. UPDATE: AGDQ 2015 is […]Read more "Awesome Games Done Quick 2015 Is Happening Now"
Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition Injustice came out towards the end of the last console generation, and received a release on the PS4 as well. It is NetherRealm’s most recent fighting game since the last Mortal Kombat. The basic premise is that, in an alternate universe, the lines between heroes and villains are blurred, […]Read more "Review: PS+ Free Games: December (PS4)"