I was pumped to see this title come up for beta on my Xbox one console and immediately queued it up for download. My usual console buddies jumped at the chance to try it out as well. We all were impressed with the gameplay trailer a few months earlier. We’ve played hundreds of hours in Call of Duty games but most recently had concentrated on Battlefield 4. After a short break from that title, getting the squad back together seemed like a great idea. Besides, who didn’t grow up playing cops and robbers?
Wikipedia is an amazing resource, but it isn’t the be all and end all of information. You can see the Wikipedia article on arcade machines here. Here are some things you won’t find there!
Arcade machines are still being manufactured in this day and age, however with the invention of consoles, the way they are being made has changed. They don’t have the original thick and bulky low-resolution arcade screens anymore and come with TFT, LCD or any of the latest monitors that you can find on the general market. They do, however, still look and function like the original arcade machines.
In what could only be described as the biggest backpedaling ever in the gaming industry, Microsoft has changed their DRM policies for the Xbox One. Check below for a list of these changes (courtesy of Giant Bomb) as well as my own personal reaction to the news!
Okay, we all know who won this but watch as I go over the fine and not so fine moments leading up to Sony’s crushing victory. The “Xbox Fanboy” makes a return, Sony trolls Microsoft hard, and I give a personal message on what it means to be a gamer.