We’ve officially entered the dreaded summer drought. July and August are infamous for their lack of big releases, and while for the most part this year isn’t much different from previous years, that doesn’t mean we don’t have a handful of things to look forward to as we anxiously await the beauty that is September, and the holiday season soon after.
But that’s not what we’re here to talk about, oh no sir. How about you take your mind off the lack of excitement right now by looking back at the pure awesome sauce that was June. Just last month there was E3; the biggest gaming event of the year, and this year did not disappoint. In fact, there were so many big announcements that there’s a fairly good chance you might’ve missed a few. Luckily, you can remedy this by clicking that little ‘Read More’ link to get completely caught up.
This month I would like to bitch a bit about DLC. (P.S. This is a set up for an upcoming article from me and the Doddster.) Stop choking me with it! I only have so much money. You give me a game, and then you give me tons of DLC right after it comes out. What is your problem, was this all part of your plan? You put a 60 dollar price tag on your game, but in your head apparently it’s worth 100. To be continued.
Adam, back to you.
Last month was heavy on news and light on new releases, hence the lack of reviews, but if you’re a fan of features than I’m sure there was enough to keep you satisfied. Obviously, nearly everything revolved around E3, since that was the big event of the month (and, really the year). July should be more balanced in its content, but since we’ve entered the dreaded summer drought, hopefully you bought enough new games to keep yourself busy until September?
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This Week in Horror - May 29, 2017 - Venom, Resident Evil, Fri...
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