Ever feel like a company has to put on a brave face? You bet that it happens to every company at some point in their lives. Hey, we’ve made mistakes on this here site, definitely including a number of typos (sorry!) Nevermind, we’re here to embrace, or perhaps shun the top examples we can think of when we say company blunders, when a company makes a big mistake, whether it was funny or just outright disastrous.
Faith is one of those video game characters that broke boundaries – Mirror’s Edge is a game with a female protagonist, who gives you the option to play in a passive, or aggressive way. How will you take down the authoritarian government?
Mirror’s Edge was a game that broke boundaries; insofar that it created a unique way to traverse across the maps. You didn’t have to follow a specific path, but it certainly would help if you did. Many years on, we then got another addition to the Mirror’s Edge franchise, which wasn’t quite as well received. I decided to go back recently and replay through this EA Title released back in 2009 – Is it as good today as it was when it was first released?
When you were little did you ever get really upset if you were expecting something and it didn’t happen? Guest blogger Chris Lock did, in the first of his trilogy of Replacing the Mighty Keeper. Dungeon Keeper fans, detractors and those who’ve never heard of the games before alike, read on!
When you were little did you ever get really upset if you were expecting something and it didn’t happen? I did. My level of expectation has been one of the harder things I have had to get a hold of in adult life and I’m not quite there yet but I know just how much better I am. I bet you’re wondering what has this got to do with GeekOut? Well I can remember one such situation about the breakup of the Bullfrog team as they were consumed by EA and then Dungeon Keeper 3 got shelved. Ever since then I have always wanted that game to happen and I know that whatever they may of made back in the day may not of lived up to my expectations.