SoulCalibur 6 will release on PS4, Xbox One, and PC October 19, 2018.
Real Talk By: Cmack The Don
Namco’s Soul Calibur franchise is arguably only second to Tekken in terms of the company’s popular offerings, and with the most recent entry in the saga being around 6 years ago, with the next piece of the adventure poised to be released in the remainder of 2018, we’re celebrating the excitement with my top 5 guest-character suggestions that should appear in the franchise. Soul Calibur has been one of the most welcoming and daring fighting game franchises out there when it comes to cameo characters, doing a great job with developing faithful and fun movelists for characters from a variety of sources. I feel if they’re open enough to feature characters from those franchises, the following shouldn’t be weird for them either: Continue reading Top 5 Characters We Want To See in SoulCalibur VI
Join the Mission 3 Squad as they give their thoughts on the biggest event in Gaming! What would you like to see at this years E3?
“First, they took your Family and your Riches… Then? They took your Health and your Pride. Finally, they left you to die… What will you do Exile? When there is nothing left but to live, or to die?” Continue reading Conan: Exiles Review
Real Talk By: KJ
Escapist adventure A Way Out presents a Story-focused experience. Main Characters (Leo and Vincent) have been locked-down. These two are fueled by a similar goal of revenge. How will things play out? Continue reading A Way Out Review: Busting Loose
Your favorite purple dragon makes his fiery return on September 21, 2018 with the Spyro Reignited Trilogy for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The trilogy will feature the original three games: Spyro the Dragon, Spyro 2: Ripto’s Rage! And Spyro: Year of the Dragon. Who else is hyped for Spyro’s comeback!?
2017 gave us an amazing year in gaming. From stunning graphics to groundbreaking voiceover performances, 2k17 was full of surprises. Some games went above and beyond while others kept the gaming community enraged or at the least, utterly disappointed. Below are the winners of Play Legit’s annual best of gaming series. Continue reading The Best in Gaming 2017
Returning to your roots is the textbook way to reboot once things go a bit off the rails. While sales are still staggering for the COD franchise, the futuristic themes and gameplay has become a bit stagnant in the last few entries. Not that they’re bad games— the most recent entries still present explosive first person action with pinpoint accuracy— but they also have felt uninspired and dull in comparison to when the series had yet to become a yearly expectation. Call of Duty II was a breakout moment for the series and also helped boost the launch of the Xbox 360. While Modern Warfare became a blueprint for the series to come, many were wondering just how long it would take before things came back around to the Greatest Generation.
So here we are, it was bound to happen: We have Sledgehammer Games making a WWII Call of Duty with all the trappings the series is now known for. There’s score streaks, a progression system, a zombies mode, and of course a story campaign. But because its 2017 there are now loot boxes, and the ability to pay actual money for “COD Points” to open more loot boxes, and you run around in a social hub watching other players jump around and stand idle and… open loot boxes. It’s weird, on the one hand it makes looking at footage of that second COD game seem so dated and primitive. But, on the other hand it was just a video game back then, it didn’t exist as a platform created to generate reoccurring micro transactions and to profit off an annual release of DLC content for bottom-lined focused board members.
Continue reading Call of Duty WWII Review: The Greatest Generation