Super Mario Brothers by Aaron Jasinski
Samus Aran by Sakimichan
(Source: twitter.com, via arcadephile)
Let me just start by saying that I was there day one for Diablo III on the PC. I dealt with the pain of the auction shop, online problems and rubber banding while playing. Despite all of its problems I enjoyed Diablo III. It just wasn’t the game I expected it to be. The ‘crack effect’ that Diablo II had on me back in High School had some how gotten lost during Blizzards development of Diablo III. Given that I have a next-gen console in desperate need of attention I hopped on the Diablo III on consoles train. I wasn’t exactly sure how the conversion to console was going to go but Blizzard has done a hell of a good job making it work and work well.
That feeling of playing with a level 40 while you’re a weak ass level 13
More importantly is that Diablo III Ultimate Edition feels like a totally different game than the launch Diablo game I played a few years ago. Loot is better than ever, the new rune system has given the title the legs that its predecessor had and the new console specific additions like the Nemesis System are a real treat. If you’re looking for something new to pop into your Xbox One or PS4 to play hours upon hours with friends then Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition is a worthwhile addition to your growing next-gen collection. Plus, we all need something to play till Destiny next month.
(Source: ghirahims-rainbows, via angelkittehh)
Diablo III Reaper of Souls – fan art by Alex Negrea
Mathael, by Phroilan Gardner
Atari, one of the world’s most recognized publishers and producers of interactive entertainment, today announced that re-imagined versions of two classic titles, Alone in the Dark and Haunted House are coming to PC in Fall 2014. At PAX Prime, taking place Aug. 29-31 in Seattle, Atari will be providing live demonstrations of numerous recently announced and yet-to-be-released titles. This biggest news no doubt about all of this is that Atari is still alive. Who the hell knew?