Here at Analog Addiction, we love us some video games. Be they old, new, or forthcoming; we can’t wait to get our hands on them. In our latest AA RoundTable the crew and I discuss what video games we would want continued, rebooted, or remastered for our current consoles.
January’s usually a quiet month for games, so here’s what we play in the down time.
It’s that time again, time for Analog Addiction to reveal its Game of the Year nominations.
If the AA editors could only buy one game a month for the rest of the year, this would be the ones at the moment.
Analog Addiction will have a full Disney Infinity 3.0 review very soon, but until then we here at AA thought we should unbox the Disney Infinity 3.0 Starter Pack. This video showcases everything available in the newly released Starter Pack, which includes new figures, Play Set and Disney […]
Who won E3? It’s a subjective question we ask every year. Most years, it is often unclear who won E3, often depending on which console you own. Some years, it has been clear who won E3, like with Sony’s ingenious comeback in 2013 when Microsoft announced an always […]
Here at Analog Addiction, we all like to think we a psychic (like Alakazam from Pokemon). We also like to be better at things than each other. So, every year when E3 (that’s the Electronic Entertainment Expo) comes around we like to attempt to predict what news will […]
Would you play a stealth game that rewards your stealth with weapons that, if used, reveal your presence (e.g. guns)? Would you play a shooter with an experience system that does not reward using your gun? Welcome to Battlefield Hardline’s single player campaign (also known as Episodes). I […]
While your Valentine’s Day plans with that special someone in your life probably involve a cliche expensive dinner, some flowers and/or chocolates, or maybe an escape away somewhere, if either you or your partner are gamers, there is always the possibility of some gaming. We live in an […]
Analog Addiction’s latest AA Plays series has arrived. The new series will showcase Life is Strange Episode 1, the narrative-driven adventure game developed by Dontnod Entertainment. Analog Addiction’s own PlayStation Editor Jamie Briggs will be recording his his entire journey through Arcadia Bay, with his decisions and actions […]