So, a couple years ago I was talking with a few friends of mine about video gaming in general and somehow we got on the topic of points. You know like, score, Pxs, Rank, bonus points, incremental amounts of currency that holds no intrinsic value … Continue reading Points! Are they necessary?
At the time of writing this article I’ve played a lot of Dead by Daylight. A LOT. It speaks to me as both a fan of horror movies, and as a fan of the all versus one style of video games (See Quicksand Cache in … Continue reading Dead by Daylight Review
August 6th, 1986 was the day that the first Metroid video game was released for the Famicom and NES. It featured a large open ended world where our hero was charged with the duty of exploring its vast wonders to destroy enemies, find upgrades and … Continue reading Happy 30th Anniversary Metroid!
Back in myyy dayyy there were only 151 Poketmin!Team Rocket were the best villains and the starters didn’t look like garbage and mootoo is the coolest pokemon and ash never paid for misty’s bike in the amine and Porygon is too a pokemon, I don’t … Continue reading The Generational Poke’Gap
In 2009 we were gifted with the beginning of this curse. Demon’s Souls was a game that boasted a brutal difficulty, realistic swordplay and a constantly evolving dark fantasy setting that always had you wondering what was around the next corner. Then, in 2011 we … Continue reading Fear the old blood (A Bloodborne Review)
What’s that in the sky? A bird? A plane? No! Its the Pokemon Inquisition! You can smell it in the air, It’s 1996 all over again and people are out in droves reliving their childhoods on the new phone app, Pokemon Go. Stories about this … Continue reading Pokemon Go: Fad or Revolution?
The Legend of ZELDA…its a series SO huge I couldn’t help but say it all “woooo.” Ask anyone about zelda, anyone can tell you what makes a zelda game a zelda game. And what a game needs to be a zelda game- Oh…have you perhaps, … Continue reading The Link Effect