After making their 4th consecutive Eastern Conference Finals by beating the Nets; and preparing to face a confused and inexperienced looking Pacers; the Heat maybe looking to Three Peat this year. But this year may be their hardest yet, they have the worst record of the 4 finals team and will not have home court advantage regardless of who they face in the Playoffs this year. Add that along with the revision of the Finals format which will be 2-2-1-1-1 instead of 2-3-2, it will be extremely difficult to over come; but I believe in the Heat.
After waiting nearly nine months since seeing Titanfall at Microsoft’s press conference at E3, it is nearly time for the proclaimed game of the year to be released upon the hounds. The week long Titanfall beta has spawned multiple video reviews of the game that are on Youtube, Twitch, and other video related sites that are being uploaded nonstop. Microsoft has begun promotion of their new Titanfall bundle retail stores are now accepting pre-orders. Many are getting their gaming PCs ready, and others are buying their Xbox Ones as we speak. All of this sounds like the recipe for an unbelievable launching of a game; but I will let you in on a little secret. Titanfall will fall shamelessly on its face. After being touted and held on a pedestal for the gaming community to look and watch in amazement, it will fall short of expectations and this hysteria will come to a halt. Titanfall won’t be game of the year, and here is why.