The rivalry between Physical vs. Digital games is a fairly debated topic here at Critical Coins. Some of us feel that physical games should...
As is tradition during every E3, we have created one of the most sacred relics associated with this reveled time of video games; the Bingo Board. This bingo board represents our predictions for E3 2018 and we implore everyone to play along with us during one of the most enjoyable times in the gaming industry.
Maybe a new Elder Scrolls title? Perhaps Doom 2 is finally announced? Or maybe Bethesda will announce a whole new open world RPG that has been rumored for over a year. We share our predictions for Bethesda's upcoming E3 2018 conference.
Will For Honor rise again? Is Splinter Cell lurking in the shadows with an upcoming release? Will we see more to come from Ubisoft's partnership with Nintendo? We share what we predict will be at Ubisoft's E3 2018 presentation!
E3 2018 pre-season is upon us, as such, it is time for every video game website to perform its yearly duties and conduct the sacred...
Nintendo truly only has one goal that it needs to hit at this year's E3, and that's continuing to bring quality titles to the platform to solidify its position to other publishers that they need their games on the Nintendo Switch.
Microsoft this year is in a precarious position. For Microsoft to get out of its rut, it will have to bring more to the table at this year's E3 than just features, they are going to need games.
I've never been much of a fan of E3, especially as I generally have a more critical view of publishers in particular, and AAA studios, only growing as the years have gone on. It is for this and many more reasons for why I think E3 has passed its expiration date.
Timed exclusives are a bit of a modern oddity for video game companies. Choosing between making a title a traditional exclusive vs. keeping a full-fledged third party...
Given the trends and commercial success of these endeavors, and the apparent plans that the industry has to keep building on and developing their offerings that fit these genres, I am prompted to ask: What about the story?