If you’ve read the start of my recent Retrospectacle on World of Warcraft then you might understand that both Tim and I were big time fans of Blizzard’s MMO. We loved that game and everything about it and both of us, at one point or another, reached the end-game raiding content (even getting quite far at […]Read More Why Wildstar?
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons (or, more simply: “Brothers”), developed by Starbreeze Studios, is a big name now and in fact it has been since release. It has been widely praised by fans and critics and actually won Best Xbox Game at this year’s Spike’s video game awards (because I can’t stand calling it […]Read More Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons review – Review: Some Writing on a Blog
Release Date city There are two pretty big release dates to inform all you folks about and both are for March next year. First up is Gears of War Judgement, the next Gears game which will be a prequel for the whole series and will follow Damon Baird and his own crew of four and […]Read More Endweek News – Release Dates, Interesting Stuff and Videos
A number of you might have noticed the conspicuous absence of any Midweek News this past week. Well I fear those sharp-eyed amongst you to have spotted that will probably spot similar things again over the coming weeks due to a number of excuses that we at MMGaming have. Very good excuses actually, I’ll have you know! […]Read More Endweek News (unfortunately late) – Much releases and trailers, some early 0x10c screenshots, a new Borderlands character and some Bullshit Excuses
A few different Indie Games have been given release dates in the very near future, so if any of the following games are oens you are looking forward to then you can mark down some dates in your diary: Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet (just confirmation that the PC version will be released, with the Xbox […]Read More Indie Games – Release date city
Much like the name suggests, Funcom’s MMO The Secret World is something of a mystery to us at MMGaming. Despite being alerted to it by a helpful comment way back when we started up this lovely website news for The Secret World has been few and far between. I’m not even sure how much hype […]Read More The Secret World gets a release date
38 Studios in conjunction with Big Huge Games and EA today released Kingdom’s of Amalur: Reckoning in North America and it will be coming to stores in Europe on the 10th. If you haven’t heard anything about it it’s a massive fantasy RPG which looks to have gameplay similar to that of Dragon Age (in […]Read More Kingdom’s of Amalur: Reckoning – radio silence much?
King Arthur 2 is Neocore’s latest Arthurian-flavored wargame, a sort of Total War meets Lord of the Rings. It has everything one would expect from the franchise. There are pitched battles where you command, potentially, thousands of troops. There is magic, monstrous creatures to defeat or command, and role-playing bits that effect your alliances and […]Read More King Arthur 2: Reviewed!
Hang on. A trailer for a game that’s already been out for a while? Almost a year actually? Well that’s because it’s a trailer for the X-Box 360 version (or Enhanced Edition) of the RPG developed by CD Projekt RED which is due out on April 17th. Regardless of the reasons behind the trailer, it’s definitely […]Read More The Witcher 2 Cinematic Trailer
This review is quite simply born of necessity. Both me and Tim have played Skyrim and it won our 2011 Game of the Year Award. Really though it’s hard to write something about the game that hasn’t been said already. Because it’s just so damned easy to rave and drool over Skyrim. Hell, if you need […]Read More Skyrim Review