As foreseen, June was pretty quiet release-wise, so it is no wonder we did not get you as many Gamersyde videos as last month. E3 proved us once again that it was useless trying to compete with the big American websites, but it did not really come as a surprise to us. In the next two months, a lot of people will be on vacation, which means Gamersyde will probably be a bit quieter, but we hope you guys can keep the forums lively while we're getting tanned on the beach. We'll be back in business by mid August, though we're not sure we will actually go to Cologne this year. The absence of some key publishers like Microsoft and Nintendo leads us to think that this year's Gamescom may simply be a rerun of E3, so considering our finances, staying home to cover the event will probably be for the best.
It's straight mcdonalds big mac & fries (1 Hour ago)
And that's not easy to do with the fact that 1 is a racing game, 1 is a 3rd person action and the other is a fps (1 Hour ago)
Im hereby dont with ubisoft and their way of making games. I just tried the crew yesterday and it's the same calcuated mission/fetchquest structure as ac, fc, wd, and every other recent release (1 Hour ago)
I remember playing the first pop on the original xbox. What a great story & the solo(coop) puzzles were fantastic (1 Hour ago)
@alimokrane: It's kinda hilarious, but not surprising. I wouldn't be surprised if they announced 20 AC games at once. (1 Hour ago)
@alimokrane: prince of persia had once of the worst combat system mechanics ive ever seen (1 Hour ago)
*sigh* so AC: Chronicles.... talk about milking to death... and Prince of Persia and Beyond Good & Evil no where to be seen. (1 Hour ago)