This is the fourth installment in a series that acts as commentary of my play-through of Dark Souls 2, and told from Brave Undead’s point of view in the form of journal entries. You can read the previous installment here, or start at the beginning if this is your first look. This series may contain spoilers.
This is the third installment of a series that acts as commentary of my playthrough of Dark Souls 2, and is told through the eyes of the Brave Undead in the form of journal entries. You can read the previous installment here, or start at the beginning if this is your first look.
This is the second installment of a series that acts as commentary of my playthrough of Dark Souls 2, and is told in the Brave Undead’s point of view in the form of journal entries. You can read the first installment if you wish to catch up.
I wanted to do something like this with my adventure in the first Dark Souls, but I was already in NG++ by the time I had the idea. I wanted the material to be fresh and real, and I had already forgotten most of my incidents and mishaps of my first playthrough. I’m very early in my playthrough of Dark Souls 2, and I want to give this a shot. What this series will be, is a playthrough of Dark...[Read More]
One of the things I have vowed to do recently is to take a closer look at gaming in the browser. I gave it a whirl last year when I bought a couple of Chrome devices, but quickly soured on the concept. I’d had a few other flirtations with browser-based gaming outside of my Chrome experiences. Quake, Battlestar Galactica, and a football game or two. Nothing has really ever measured up. Ubisof...[Read More]
E3 comes around every year, and every year gamers wait anxiously in anticipation for the consoles and titles that have been swarming with rumors all over the internet. Here at Gamers Sphere, we’re no different from any other gamer in that aspect. We hold high hopes for E3 every year, and each of us secretly has one or two things that they’re looking forward to seeing the most at E3.
Every year gamers look forward to the Electronic Entertainment Expo known as E3. Many great reveals take place during these three days that the convention is held; a lot of news and information flood the gaming community. E3 is like the Academy Awards for gaming.
Some of the editors of Gamers Sphere (GS) held a (virtual) summit today and racked and stacked a list of our currently most hotly anticipated games. For some editors, this was the game that was next on their purchase list horizon. For others, it was the one game to rule them all that is coming out sometime this year. That one game that, despite playing other things in-between now and its release, ...[Read More]
I did not buy an XBox One until the first week of this past March. Roughly four months after the launch of the console. Many of the discussions I’ve been in recently have involved commentary on this notion of actively participating in a console’s history as it happens or unfolds. Most of my life, I have been unconcerned about gaming in the now, in most instances. I typically engage in ...[Read More]
A fledgling video game studio recently filed trademarks for No One Lives Forever, The Operative, Contract J.A.C.K., and A Spy in H.A.R.M.’s Way. For those who are familiar with the matter, most of these are alternate names that referenced Monolith’s two installments of the Cate Archer franchise. Fondly referred to as NoLF, No One Lives Forever followed the adventures of a cat burglar t...[Read More]
I struggled for longer than usual trying to write this article, because I felt the topic warranted something more than just reporting that there was content coming for Gran Turismo. I feel like this should be about more than that. I think that everyone for whom gaming has been an integral part of their lives has been touched by gaming in a way that related to an emotional event in their lives outs...[Read More]
September 9th is a big day. If you are like me, you are starved for content regardless of which next-gen console you chose. It feels like a console generation war death march, these days since launch and continuing until E3. But the machine is starting to roll, with the first crackle of E3 thunder heard from the Sony camp. Bungie invited several news outlets (unfortunately, not us; Hey, Bungie, ca...[Read More]