Over a year since its release and Mass Effect 3′s ending continues to inspire a mixture of level-headed discussion and outright frothing rage. Wes Hampton examines the options BioWare gave us and wonders if we really had any definitive say in the matter after all.
If you’re like most of us over here at RunJumpFire, you most likely own multiple gaming platforms. Maybe one or two consoles, a home computer, a phone and a tablet, etc. So where does the Android-based Ouya console fit into all of this? Jaime Hood unwraps her newly-acquired Ouya to find out.
When sitting down to plan a series of posts about the most influential games of my childhood, it suddenly occurred to me that the video game industry didn’t exist in the year I was born. This got me thinking about what has occurred at ten-year intervals since then. Take a peek at this post to discover the results of my nostalgic daydreaming.
Do you like The Legend of Zelda? Do you like Wind Waker? Do you like gorgeous artwork? I promise to stop asking questions if you just click the link already.
For some reason I kept stumbling across links to the Thief series on Twitter today. Eidos Montreal’s forthcoming reboot of the series, complete with a flower-munching Garrett, is obviously sparking some interest in the older games too. Click forth to check out some of the links I discovered.
In which a new gaming blog is launched, introductions are made, promises are made and tea is imbibed.