2013 in Gaming: The Year in Under 2 Minutes
What a year for gaming
by Arthur Kotsopoulos
There’s a reason why I love December and no, it’s not only because of Christmas and getting new presents but because of this single Youtube video by Malcolm Klock. If you want this year in gaming summed up for you then look no further than this 2 minute video.
All the years biggest and best titles.
I look forward to other videos which sum up the year in gaming, movies, trailers and so much more!
If you do remember Malcolm by any chance then you’ll know that he also did a 2012 in Gaming: The Year in Under 2 Minutes, which was accompanied by music from Mass Effect 2, that hit all the right spots.
I’m not to sure which year was better though 2012 or 2013, either way we have these two great videos which sum each year up. I cannot wait to see what 2014 has in store for us.
(Thanks to Rae Johnston for posting the link on her Facebook and bringing this to my attention and Malcolm Klock for another great video!)
©2013 Arthur Kotsopoulos
OXCGN’s 2012 Reader GOTY
Gamers voted, but will the VGAs get it right?
by Nicholas Laborde
©2012 Nicholas Laborde
For five wonderful years, OXCGN has been bringing the gaming community in Australia and abroad the best opinionated pieces in the gaming space.
This year, we decided to have two separate Game of the Year awards: one for the readers, and a second traditional one decided by our staff.
You voted, and the results are in.
Who did you pick?
OXCGN Goes Mass Effect 3: Intergalactic Fantastic EA Australia Event
©2012 Arthur Kotsopoulos
Always trying to outdo themselves and the competition, EA Australia held an event spectacle of galactic proportions on Wednesday 22nd of February at SOHO in Sydney’s infamous Kings Cross.
Some features: decking out the dance floor with TVs showcasing the Earth and Mars level from Mass Effect, having a FemShep walk around being bad-ass with her inflatable Omni-Blade and a photo booth to get your face on either FemShep or MaleShep.
The awesome didn’t quite stop there though, as up the front near the main podium in a glass casket there was a model replica of the Normandy which looked absolutely amazing behind the red velvet rope. Read the rest of this entry
Mass Effect 3: Limited Collector’s Edition
Epic quality for an inevitably epic game?
©2011 Alex Hilton
How will this story end?
But before we find out we need to decide which version of the end of the Mass Effect trilogy to purchase.
What is a more fitting end to the epic series of Mass Effect than an equally epic Special Edition? But is the announced Collector’s Edition worth it?
What’s in Mass Effect 3 Special Edition? HERE