E3 is in full swing and there as already been some huge games shown. Check out just a few of the games that have been shown so far in this special week of Game Changer coverage.
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We’re days away from an announcement about the next Call of Duty game that will likely be Black Ops 2. this week, Jared talks about some things that Treyarch could do to have their CoD game really stand out.
This year seems like it’ll be the start of the new console generation. With that comes the speculation about what the new systems will do. Game Changer looks at the rumored features of all the rumored new systems this week.
After last week’s Game Changer, Jared follows up with the aftermath of Bioware’s decision to change the ending of Mass Effect 3 to calm down fan outrage. What does this mean for the world of video game production moving forward from this?
Fans got amazingly upset about the ending of the monster game Mass Effect 3, to the point where pressure is so great from the controversy that Bioware is considering changing the ending of the game. Jared goes hard in the paint in an open letter to ever one involved.
Rumors have started about the next Xbox console and the newest one is that the system could possibly not have a physical drive. Jared talks about how this could play out if it ends up being true in this week’s Game Changer.
As of today, Sony will have a new handheld gaming device on the market. And this time, it looks like it’ll actually be firing on cylinders out of the gate. On this week’s Game Changer, we look at how the Playstation Vita could be the best launch console Sony has released.
Gaming studio Double Fine started a campaign on funding website Kickstarter for a new adventure game and got and unbelievably large amount of money for it. Could this be a new day for indie gaming? Read on about how Kickstarter could be the cause a new gaming revolution?
The addition of Bethesda Creation Kit has Jared thinking about what could be added to the monstrous RPG game, Skyrim to make it more addictive. Read on about some features that could make it’s way into the game via this new tool.
Rumors are going around about the next wave of home consoles. One of the possible features rumored about the new Xbox is not being able to play used games. Could this happen? We talk about it in this week’s Game Changer.
Resident Evil 6 was announced last week and many gamers are already lining up money for the game. One of those people is not Jared. He explains why he’s keeping his money in his pocket for the time being in this week’s Game Changer.
This week, Jared talks about making your gameplay dollar last longer by playing your games differently. Going through the game with just a hand gun or trying to make a new speed run time, there are plenty of ways to make your game last longer.
The first Game Changer of the year and Jared is looking at what games and systems are going to make you stay up late. From new systems to hot games, 2012 is going to be awesome. Read on.
Game Changer continues it’s “Best of” awards for 2011. This week, Jared talks about the best things in gaming in 2011 for him personally. Thanks for reading this year. We’ll see you in 2012.
Game Changer starts handing out the award statues this week with the first of two 2011 Game Changer Awards columns. Look and see if your favorite game picked up something good. (or bad)
The last big gaming event in 2011, the Spike TV Video Game Awards happened last week. It was mostly irritating as a gamer, but was loaded with trailers and announcements about what’s going to be hot next year. Game Changer looks at the good stuff from the VGAs this week.
Jared continues he’s journey though Skyrim in this week’s Game Changer. he wins fist fights, he steals horses and he saves towns from spiders. Oh, and he fights dragons and hunts vampires. All in a day’s work in Skyrim. Read more about it now.
Like the rest of the gaming world, Jared is still playing The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim. So this week, he offers up stories of what he’s seen and done in the game so far. Read on about dragons, mountains and becoming a Jedi in this week’s Game Changer.
Last week, The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim was released and has completely ruined Jared’s freetime. This week, Jared lists the things he’s been doing in Skyrim and how it’s been causing him to lose sleep in this week’s Game Changer.
Rockstar Games announced Grand Theft Auto 5 would be coming out and people are speculating everywhere about the what, where, how and why of the highly successful series. So Game Changer will do the same. Check out what Jared is, and isn’t looking forward to seeing from the franchise.
This week’s Game Changer deals with Payday: The Heist’s sudden delay in release and how delays are handed in the gaming world. Are they just part of the game or do developers have to step their PR game up when It does happen?
Jared follows up his earlier story about moving to PC gaming out of having no other option by talking about…having an option again. It’s PS3 and PC pros and cons on this week’s Game Changer.
It’s getting close to Halloween, so Jared talks about what makes a scary game these days in this week’s Game Changer. keep the lights on check under the bed before reading.
In this week’s Game Changer, Jared is on Dead Island and will be your tour guide for running zombies, flaming baseball bats and more in one of the most anticipated games of the year. Put on you running shoes and read on.
The Fall Lineup comes to an end with Jared picking out some of the big action games this holiday season. From fighting dragons to dodging bullets to punching out The Joker, if you want action, you’ve got it this year.