Should Halo Expanded it's giant Universe going forward? Or Not? I never owned an Xbox system until I bought a 360 in Fall 2011. So I was almost exactly ten years late to the Halo party when I fired up a hand-me-down copy of Halo 2 that fall. Halo 2 was showing its age by that point, of course, but it still made an impression in a couple of ways.
The Intro: Super Dead Rising 3 was a curious game. On the one hand, it embraced the new wave of grittier, darker zombie games, while still trying to instill it with the wacky humor that is a trademark of the series.
The Intro: There was a time when WWII shooters were the rage. You could turn in any direction and find anywhere from one to five WWII shooters staring you in the face. The reason for their popularity was clear – the source material was incredible, and there were many moments that were tailor-made for great first-person shooter action.
The Intro: If you played Borderlands 2 or any of its DLCs on the PC or other consoles, you’ll have noticed one thing immediately. Borderlands 2 is a massive game. It has a plethora of quests, locations to explore and loot to hunt for.