Upon arriving at PAX East on Friday morning I quickly followed the herd of anxious enthusiasts to one of the longest lines I would wait in all weekend. After a few probing questions, I discovered that I was in line to hear the keynote speaker of the convention, and the more-exciting news, that speaker was Cliff Bleszinski.
Gears of War: Judgment is set to hit shelves in just a few hours and fans of the Mass Effect franchise might be surprised to see a very familiar name in the opening credits. Ali Hillis, the voice of Mass Effect’s Dr. Liara T’Soni will be strapping on some COG armor to [...]
Epic Games dropped by Orlando to show off Gears of War: Judgment and we were lucky enough to get our hands on the brand new OverRun mode. If you were at all worried about the franchise you can exhale, it’s still incredible, and quite possibly better and more complex than ever before.
Tonight Microsoft is hosting a live event on XBL (8pm EST / 5pm PST) that promises to reveal some new details on Gears of War: Judgment, including the new Aftermath and Survival modes. Viewers will also be able to influence the content of the live broadcast by sending tweets with the #GearsJudgment tag.
March is always an interesting month for us at Nerd Appropriate, and this year will be no different. We wanted to give you all a quick shout out for sticking with us for so long and helping our little outlet continue to grow. Take a quick peep at some of the things we have lined up for this month and some other ways that you can help us out.
Epic Games had a huge presence at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con with both Gears of War: Judgement, and Fortnite showing off their goodies. Until this year’s SDCC, we knew very little of what Fornite was actually about, how it would look, or really, how in the heck it would play. Well, we have some great news for you, Fortnite looks super-slick and has the capacity to be more fun than any of us really deserve.
Brand new theme song from Jimmy Hinson aka Big Giant Circles!! We talk Gears, Star Wars, Zombies, pre-E3, Microsoft, Comics, Mass Effect, Dragon’s Dogma, Max Payne 3. On this music inspired episode you tell us what the soundtrack to your life would sound like. Thank you BGC!
Posted in Rated NA on Saturday May 18, 2013. Read More About Avengers, big Giant Circles, Dead Space 3, Dragons Dogma, Gears of War, Green Lantern, Human Element, Jimmy Hinson, Kingdoms of Amalur, Mass Effect 3, Max Payne 3, ME3 Rebellion, rayman origins, Star Wars 1313, theme song, Zombies.
Quite possibly the biggest piece of gaming news in recent months was the rise and fall of 38 Studios. Virtually every gaming site on the planet has covered the event that will no doubt go down in gaming history as one gigantic cluster bomb of nasty. We actually talked about it on Rated NA:60 as well as Press to Reset: 45 – Like a chainsaw wielding white knight, North Carolina based Epic Games, creators of Unreal, Gears of War, and the upcoming Fort Night, have stepped into the ring as the heroes of this once awful and depressing tale. Take a look at the latest info straight from Dr. Capps and Epic. This is just awesome.
Matt returns to spread Black Friday cheer. We talk about rumored Gears projects, Netflix, and shopping madness. We review the latest installments of Kirby, Assassins Creed, and Elder Scrolls. Ash reviews a Return of the Living Dead Documentary, and it’s finally time to talk SWTOR. Finally.
Posted in Rated NA on Saturday May 18, 2013. Read More About assassins creed, black friday, Gears of War, kirby, more brains, netflix, next next gen, People can Fly, Return of the Living Dead, Skyrim, SWTOR.
Reviews are a-plenty! Mass Effect comic, The Thing, another Spider-Man game, Grimm, Dance Central 2, Batman: Arkham City (hint: it’s good) and more. We bring the news, and your responses to our twitter question about comic book video games. Special thanks to Mark Dago for a track from “Kill Screen”. A true feast for your nerdy appetite!
Posted in Rated NA on Saturday May 18, 2013. Read More About batman, Battlefield, Dance Central, death watch, Dragon Age, Gears of War, grimm, kill screen, mark dago, Mass Effect, Spider-Man, The Thing, World of Warcraft.