Here at NerdRating, we do our absolute best to bring you news and reviews in a timely fashion. Unfortunately, our lack of a time machine prevents us from reviewing games that we haven’t actual played, especially the ones that haven’t even been released yet. However, I’m sad to say that we’ve apparently been going about this whole thing back-asswards, as Matt Lees and the team at Video Gamer TV have devised a solution that I would have never thought of. You see, they’ve uncovered the ability to review games based solely on their respective E3 trailers, and I have to say, they’ve pretty much nailed it. So things around here will be pretty quiet from this point forward, as there’s hardly a reason for us to continue reporting news and previews on games that you already know the score for. Hopefully we can get in ahead of the curve next year, and bring you hard-hitting reviews based on leaked pieces of possible concept art.

Lastly, I’d like to throw my hat in the ring by giving Half-Life 3 – a title that is so completely new Valve still denies it exists – a Nerd Rating of 10/10. Will it live of to the hype? Of course it will; it’s a #*@&ing Half-Life game.

5 responses to “Exculsive: Every E3 Title Reviewed! Video Gamer TV has the Scoop on all the Hottest Unreleased Titles!”

  1. Derrick Lewis Avatar
    Derrick Lewis

    I SWEAR TREY. DON’T YOU JOKE ABOUT THAT KIND OF STUFF. IT’S ONE THING TO BE SNARKY. BUT THERE IS A LIST OF THINGS SACRED. AND HL3 IS THE ONLY THING ON THIS LIST.

    /rant

    1. Trey Sterling Avatar
      Trey Sterling

      Look man, all I’m saying is based on some supposed internal emails about the game, I am certain it will redefine the redefinition of the genre and next-gen technology. Also, the vehicle sections will be a bit less shit this time around.

  2. t-5000 Avatar
    t-5000

    Still no review for Ouya? Or even an acknowledgement of it’s existence? Are you really nerds?

    1. Scott Simmons Avatar

      If Julie Uhrman wants to send us one we will gladly review review it! (Hint)

    2. Trey Sterling Avatar
      Trey Sterling

      Scott had news posts about it leading up to the end of the Kickstarter. Then it was a matter of waiting until it was actually in people’s hands, either because they backed the project, or when it finally hit retail. A work friend of mine did actually receive his, and was unimpressed. According to him, the internet connectivity is shit, the user interface is a mess, and the system does not actually put out as much power as he was expecting. I’ve also read multiple stories (and confirmed with my friend) that unless it is an officially supported Ouya title, regular Android games seem to have numerous issues running on the console, such as not controlling correctly, displaying poorly on your TV / monitor, or just crashing on launch. Finally, it’s no secret at this point that they decided to use a majority of their stock to support their retail launch, even after they assured backers that everyone who funded the project would receive theirs BEFORE that happened.

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