With the Stanley Cup Finals beginning last night, another final between Claude Giroux and Pekka Rinne began.
Both athletes beat out their respective opponents in the semi-finals to earn their changes for a spot on the cover of NHL 13. Giroux took out Evgeni Malkin and Rinne disposed of underdog John Tavares.
Unlike previous years, the voting is in the fans hands. The new format certainly sparked interest among East and West Conference supporters as the contest has received plenty of attention thus far.
SCP: Containment Breach scares me... there I said it. Honestly, that one sentence is pretty much all you need to understand the game itself. Made by The SCP Foundation, the game is in its alpha stage currently and already scaring the hell out of people everywhere for free. Even though I have not gone through too much of the game, already I can see the brilliance in the simplicity of the enemies called SCPs and making the player understand the differences between them to survive.
After a long and unwarranted hiatus, the Ghost Recon series is finally back upon us. Dubbed "Future Soldier" this game takes you through the trials of futuristic war times that involve an arsenal of weapons and gadgets that separate this version from the previous titles.
With the game in hand for only a few hours, I decided to jump right online. Ghost Recon games were all about the lasting impressions their multiplayer games gave me, and I was hoping that it would be like old times.
It's almost playoff time in the NHL as teams are competing for home ice advantage and others that are clinging or on the cusp of the playoffs.
NHL 13 is due out this September and EA SPORTS are allowing the fans to vote for a cover athlete. To vote, head over to the voting page through this link. You'll have to vote for 1 player on each team, both players are already decided by EA.
Votes should be narrowed down similar to a bracket format. There is no limit for voting, so vote for your favorite player as many times as you want!
If you have played vanilla Skyrim for a time, you might notice the ambient sounds in many dungeons are, how should I describe, monotonous. There is no real feeling to most of the sounds and also the variety is severely lacking in most areas. That is where the sound user mod named Sounds of Skyrim comes in, the dungeon one in particular. It makes the sounds within dungeon areas come alive and makes you feel more absorbed into the game-play and your location near water, doors, etc...