Category Archives: Video Game News

Titanfall F2P This Weekend Only!

Author: Jay-Rey (@jay_rey)

I never wrote up a review for Titanfall, but here it is: I love this game. It is one of those first person shooters that breaks the mold that Call of Duty and Battlefield have so neatly fit into since their dominance over the genre. And now you can play it for free.

Origin is starting what they call Origin Game Time. They will periodically set a game up with Origin Game Time, which is basically a timed demo. Think if Steam’s Free Weekend. The first title for Origin’s new marketing strategy is Respawn Enetertainment’s Titanfall. This weekend, you will be able to play the depute IP  from the re-branded developer that was once Infinity Ward. You’ll have 48 hours to to participate in a really fun gaming experience.

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60 Second Week in Geek #5 – June 16, 2014

In this E3-headline-packed episode, Jay-Rey shares some of the biggest revelations that struck a chord with the For the Blog crew!

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For the Vlog! – March 23 – 30, 2014

Author: Jay-Rey (@jay_rey)



Last week, trailers were dropping like it was hot, some big announcements in comic book news, Facebook ruins everything! Let us know if we missed anything in the comments below.

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Episode 1: For the Vlog!

Author: Jay-Rey (@jay_rey)

Check out our first edition of For The Vlog! A weekly video covering some notable news in geek and nerd culture!


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EA Developer Tears into EA Naysayers

Author: Jay-Rey (@jay_Rey)


Over at Kotaku, they just posted an article about the difficulty the Sim City team had to make the latest release of the game franchise to work offline. Sim City has been a sore topic for gamers since its rocky release in march that seemed to be plagues by bugs and server issues. Many people blamed the need for Sim City to be played online. After 6 and a half months of work, the development team seem to be ready to release an update or a new version of the game that will work offline.

I like to get the pulse of the readers, and found this gem in their comment section:


I already know that hate I’m gonna catch here but fuck it.

I’m an EA developer. I didn’t work on this game. But I know plenty of people who did. Continue reading


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