What a crazy busy weekend it was. Hope you enjoyed a less stressful weekend than I. So, I blame the fact that I had to travel back and forth between 4 different states this weekend that the weekly recap is delayed.
But, I am here, and I bring with me this week’s goings ons at Gamer Limit. A week full of fun and some great debates. However, it was a busy week so let me get right to it.
Quite a few interesting articles and reviews were shared by gameguypeter this week. From him there was a review of Top Gun on PSN, a phenomenal opinion piece on THQ’s online pass, and impressions on NHL 11 and H.A.W.X. 2 demos.
Showing the Wii some love this week, Kyle put out a review of A Monsteca Corral: Monsters vs. Robots.
Driver month is still going strong and Martin has put out the second of four feature articles. Enjoy Retrospective: Driver 2: The Wheelman is Back.
Dennis shared with us his experience with the iPhone and how finally came to view it as a legitimate gaming device in what he calls iPhone Graduation Day.
Reviews and review scores are a very touchy subject. Everyone has their own opinion on review scores but I think we can all agree that reviews are not school grades.
Nothing annoys me than an uninformed consumer. Step into any Best Buy and you will know what I’m talking about. Better yet, read this!
Do adventure games lack the “adventure” these days? Well, do they?
Mother Earth is extremely important. There really is no denying that. But what can games do to help the environment?
Easily our hottest article of the week touched on a subject that brings about much opinion and debate. With Medal of Honor title bringing in some realistic ties, one wonders if this opens a can of worms. Is realism in FPS a bad idea?
Gamescom has brought a ton of announcements. And with that, videos!
Also, please enjoy Gamer Limit Game Night: Monday Night Combat
Well there you have it, the week that was. Please be sure to stop by each day this coming week as we have a lot more to share. Below is just a snapshot of what is to come:
- Driv3r retrospective
- Halo: Reach leak editorial
- Stop It feature
- We Need to Talk feature
- Game design based around accessibility
- Game Night – Killzone 2