Welcome back for another episode of the RUL Podcast! The latest and greatest in the world of video games from the team at Ready Up Live. As always hosted by Nevin Douglas, co-hosted/produced by Chief Canuck, and featuring Rebel Rouser as our guest! This week’s topics focused around the Destiny Beta, which is only appropriate for our seventh episode of the podcast. We reflect upon the Story, Combat design, Character classes, The Crucible (PvP multiplayer), and dive into Destiny related listener questions Join the Ready Up Live Destiny Clan! (Article) Ready Up Live Destiny Beta Content! (Videos) Destiny vehicles changes already planned: Interceptor “nerf” and… Read More
EA isn’t known for making decisions that leave consumers happy all of the time, but with the recent announcement of Battlefield: Hardline and Dragon Age: Inquisition both being pushed back, it would seem they’re trying to rectify that. Another way they’re trying to get back in our good graces is with the new EA Access program, a $5/month (or $30/year) subscription which gives you UNLIMITED access to Battlefield 4, FIFA ’14, Madden 25 and Peggle 2. EA Access is available in beta NOW for some select users, with a wider launch planned for sometime “soon,” with additional games added to the… Read More
Being the diverse bunch that we are, the ReadyUpLive community has a wealth of music preferences and interests. With that said, we can all learn from each other’s music tastes and perhaps even discover something new! The aim of this project is to compile a list of the ReadyUpLive community’s “Favourite Hits”, one set of regular music, and one set of specifically game soundtracks – give ‘em both a listen and just maybe you’ll find something new that you like! Music Playlist 1. As Much As I Ever Could – City & Colour 2. 3 Days Grace – Never Too… Read More
Here’s a comparison of Halo 2 and Halo 2 Anniversary’s cinematics. Halo 2 Anniversary is only available in the Halo: The Master Chief Collection out this November 11th. Blur Studio is handling the re-mastering of all of the Halo 2 cutscenes, terminal videos for Halo 2 Anniversary, and they’re including brand-new prologue and epilogue cutscenes that will act as bookends that will provide some details and story elements for Halo 5: Guardians. These remastered cinematics will also be slightly different and longer than the originals as Blur has put their own spin on them.