So, last Friday, a few select media outlets like IGN and “influencers” like TheGamersJoint from YouTube got invited by Square-Enix to play a hands-on demo Kingdom Hearts 3. For the first time, the public got their hands Continue reading →
NieR:Automata is certainly different. I picked it up over the weekend when it was on sale on Steam. To me, it feels like a really dark anime with a relaxed tone. Yes, it’s brown. It’s also got cute androids in Continue reading →
Usually, when I write these articles, I try to think back to something I did last week or the past weekend; something nerdy I feel like touching on or talking about. That also gives the article some sort of relevance, Continue reading →
The first Ni No Kuni was a wonderful little game. If asked, I’d say it was a role-playing game that borrowed elements from the greats, the likes of Final Fantasy and Pokemon. Actually, it’s the Pokemon element that most reviews Continue reading →
After a rollercoaster ride of a year for gamers with many ups and downs, 2017 is finally over. However, this is nothing to worry about because we can look forward to another great year for the industry and gamers alike. Continue reading →
Okami, a product of Bayonetta’s director, Hideki Kamiya, is a wonderful love letter to all things Japanese. As an outsider looking in, I’ve always been attracted to the art style and history of Japan. That’s why I gravitated towards Okami Continue reading →
Living World Season 4 kicks right off with Episode 1 bringing releases to three gametypes in Guild Wars 2. When we load the game we have a new map, a new fractal dungeon, and new raid. I am more of Continue reading →
If you grew up like I did, as a child of the 90’s who loved anime, you probably had at least a passing interest in .hack//Sign, an anime that was (and you’ll see a theme here) way before its time. Continue reading →
It’s been a long wait, but the latest South Park adventure is finally available. South Park: The Fractured But Whole launches today, October 17th, 2017, for Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. There are currently no plans Continue reading →
If there’s one game that seems to be everywhere these days, it’s Overwatch. Available on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, Overwatch has solved the “I don’t have that console” problem that some gamers face by supplying the game on Continue reading →
Let me start with an apology about how long it’s taken for the second half of this review. As it is sometimes want to do, Life got in the way a bit. So, without further ado, back to the Heleus Continue reading →
Rarely have I run across a game that has left me as torn as Mass Effect Andromeda. First, let’s get this out of the way; Yes, the gameplay and visual style does look like Mass Effect meets Dragon Age Inquisition. However, that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. There were many positive things about Inquisition and much of that I like in Mass Effect Andromeda. There are also a lot of things that I don’t like.
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Ever since its on October 06th, 2015, Rock Band 4 has kept musical gaming enthusiasts on its toes with shiny, new, and unexpected updates. From encouraging improvisation such as “freestyle solos” on the guitar and “freeform melodies” on Continue reading →
Your days of getting banned from servers by making adorable, aquatic birds utter profane and sexually-inappropriate phrases are nearly over, much to the chagrin of YouTubers everywhere. After nearly twelve years of memories made, Disney’s mainly kid-friendly MMO Club Penguin Continue reading →