Archive | February 2013

You are browsing the site archives by date.


Hello everyone The Opinionator here. I just wanted to inform everyone of my personal YouTube page WorldofTomorrowInc I post unboxings, lets plays, and will be posting video reviews there once I make some. Currently I do alot of unboxings but I and Shane (yes i know but fuck proper grammer) are currently working no Playing thru […]

The Witcher 3 Coming to PS4

Come one, come all to the ONE HUNDREDTH article on Gamer Codex.  In celebration of this milestone, and of our recently-passed first anniversary, I thought we’d do something special.  For the week of March 4th to 8th, I, the Codex Admin, shall post one review per day – that’s five full-fledged reviews in a week, […]

DmC: Devil May Cry

Trivia: -Dante underwent a second redesign in the three years since DmC‘s initial debut, in a move said by Ninja Theory to be “inspired by Christopher Nolan’s film The Dark Knight” and its realistic characters -The game is powered by Unreal Engine 3, rather than Capcom’s MT Framework engine, which was used in Devil May Cry […]

Steam Available for Linux

We of the true computing faith that is Linux (a.k.a the superior operating system) always suspected that Valve would hear our cries and give us what we want: Steam support on Linux.  Now, we’ve got a dedicated Steam client for Linux, courtesy of the house that Half-Life built. This past Valentine’s Day, Valve officially launched […]

The Opinionator: Insert Convenient Plot Device Here!

And yes that is the best title I could come up with today. So my one question I have now is why does everything have to be about time manipulation. Very few games/movies can do it right. Timeshift, and the back to the future trilogy are a few examples (the BTTF games we will get […]

The Codex Admin’s Top 10 Greatest Gaming Themes

Warning: There may be themes from the same franchise, but from different games.  As I’ll state below, this isn’t a comment on any given series’ quality or value, so I’ll continue assuming you can accept that. Video games have a knack for inspiring emotion in all of us, but sometimes they need an edge – […]

Sony and Microsoft Getting Rayman Legends

Ah, Rayman.  Never as popular or beloved as Mario or Sonic, but respected nonetheless.  Your triumphant return in Rayman Origins after years of diluted spin-offs that abandoned you was most excellent, and it’s been hoped that its sequel Rayman Legends would follow its predecessor’s example of being available for all platforms. As it turns out, Ubisoft […]