Leo Espada

Highly opinionated one half of GwtW.com, gaming for over 30 years.

EA Giving Away Free Gold Packs to Battlefield 4 Players

 A Free Reason To Grief Players From Your Helicopter: Battlefield 4 players are eligible for a free gold pack giveaway from Electronic Arts. Origin users should have received a notification this morning of the free giveaway, but in case you missed it we are bringing you the news on any …

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Aw hell.. it’s the Helldivers : REVIEW

One of the best things about this job besides the whiskey, has to be the trips the little details that come up while doing game research. Did you know that power armor, bug hunts, and a critical view of the soldier-citizen  is all a part of Robert A. Heinlein’s novel Starship …

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Crowfall MMO Justifies Their Slow Development Pace

Crowfall’s Kickstarter campaign ended in March of 2015. Successfully raising close to two million USD initially, now this project is up to $6,296,000+ in crowd funds, which is posted clearly on their website’s header. The developers have been transparent and open about many details, including financial ones, as this game has …

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Jack the Ripper is here… and so is Syndicate Update 1.03

Recently I was jumping across the rooftops in Victorian era London when a family friend walked up behind and asked, “Is this the Jack the Ripper game?”. Keep in mind this person is not a gamer by any means. Yet she knew about a “Jack the Ripper” game that was …

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“Oui Oui Me Too” says French Union of Consumers

A French consumer group UFC-Que-Choisir has decided to take up arms against Valve and their Steam software distribution system. They are taking Valve to court in what could be an important digital consumer rights case. While this group has decided to take its crusade solely against Valve, could this have an …

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Need Moar Zombies? Dying Light: The Following Adding LOTS of Content

Although it may have been forgotten by some, Dying Light was one of my favorite games of 2015. Yes, it was yet another zombie killing, blood and guts, brain bashing survival #groan horror game. The inclusion of RPG skill trees, degradable weaponry, parkour, online co-op, and a Be The Zombie …

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New Five Night’s at Freddy’s from Scott Cawthon… it’s a book.

There’s a new Five Night’s at Freddy’s out, and its not a game, it’s a full self-published story from Scott Cawthon. It’s been a few months since FnaF4 released so most probably expected a new game. Instead the well known indie developer has spent the time writing out a full length novel …

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Digital Downloads Taking Over, A New Age of Gaming On The Horizon?

Gamers are playing more games than ever before. Holiday season game sales are in healthy full swing. Yet video game stores are going the way of the dodo in a hurry. The New York Times reported the growing disparity between retailers and game sales as a whole. None of this is shocking …

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The Death of Movie Tie-In Games, the Rise of Celebrity Endorsed Gaming

Movies and games, everyone has an entertainment budget and both industries want the most of it. Decades ago there was no doubt who the king of the entertainment dollar. Movies set all major records for revenue and sales. Today, the battle-lines are blurred. Game companies rushed to recreate popular movies into …

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MEAN GREENS: Plastic Warfare REVIEW

Online shooters may at times feel stuck in a rut. Shoot the terrorists, jump behind cover, shoot some more, congratulations you have a new hat. Next game, same thing, takes place in a different country. If you are looking for something new, you may be searching for The Mean Greens: …

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