Jacob and Angry Joe play through the first bit of the Torchlight II Beta. How does it compare with the big budget Diablo 3, and is it worth picking up being so similar in concept?
Day one fun! Yeah, very late to the whole Diablo 3 shenanigans party, would of done this sooner, but I wanted to complete my Skyrim adventure comic first. It’s especially nice to know that despite me not owning a copy of this game, that others on the very first day of purchase could not even [...]
Angry Joe tries out Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor, the first real hardcore gamer Kinect game that combines both standard controller input with Kinect Motion Control. How does it control? Can From Software succeed where others have failed? Find out!
Angry Joe and Jacob play Spec Ops: The Line. Can this new title revive the franchise with its focus on Story? Will there be Dune Sand Worms? Or will it be ultimately buried by the competition? Find out!
Wtf is this? I know THQ is going through some rough times needing money, but this just reeks of desperation. No I don’t want your shitty Pornstar DLC.
As if this title hasn’t seen enough delays and possible cancellations to make any fan worried, Aliens: Colonial Marines was announced once again to be pushed back into next year via this new “Suspense” Trailer. Why the delay? Well I have a sneaky suspicion.
“I’m Jackie Chan. This is my game!” Hell yes. I freaking LOVE Jackie Chan, I never even knew this existed! It’s called Fists of Fire. I WANT THIS.
Every gaming webcomic needs to have this joke, it’s the law. Why not check out my Deviantart page? A new comic every Saturday! Why not also check out my Twitter page while you wait?
Angry Joe sinks your Battleship. A 4-hour long movie-licensed game that has a total of 7 levels and 5 weapons, need I say more? B4 you continue to play Diablo 3 or Max Payne which released on the same day, check out Joe H8 on this lazy FPS/RTS hybrid. Blip.tv Version:
The highly anticipated Diablo 3 is out…and so is it’s server message “Error 37″ which we are all experiencing at the moment. Of course this isn’t the first online game to have these issues and it certainly wont be the last. However, the question I posed to myself while I sat spamming the login box was, why? Why force players into an always-online format?