Man, this site is a bittersweet memory for me. This is where I seriously started writing about video games roughly three years ago, and where my dreams of making a magazine had to be put in the deep freezer.
After starting this blog, I won a contest with my favorite of all the articles I’ve written, and was invited to a lot of small fan enthusiast sites as a contributor. Most of them have long since died, which has resulted in some of my best works being scrubbed from the web. It sucked, but eventually I got a reliable, paid freelance job at Game Zone, and that was awesome. Continue reading Where it all began, and why I left my gig writing about video games
If you want to read more about the lore theory connecting Demon’s Souls, Dark Souls, and Bloodborne into a single timeline, then you can find that here.
Halloween gets more intense on PSN thanks to a catalog focused on action titles such as Capcom’s notorious Devil May Cry entries on PS4, along with Dead Island’s enhanced renditions and a couple of amazing bargains ahead of you. Make up your mind soon because these offers will be gone in a few hours!
Continue reading Weekly Deals – Last minute call for Week 2 of Sony’s “Sale of the Dead”
One would think that when designing a multiplayer game for a AAA audience that the most important thing to focus on would be, say, the multiplayer funtionality. One would think that, but apparently Activision came to a different conclusion when developing Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The latest in it’s insanely long line of first person shooters about white america going to war with just about every brown person under the sun for increasingly dodgy and unrealistic reasons.
Continue reading Microsoft Offers Refunds on CoD: Infinite War
The tale of No Mans Sky and how it became one of the biggest cluster-messes in recent gaming history is a long and winding one. One that was alluded to in my previous article on the hacking of Hello Games email accounts. There is so much to the exact nature of this series of events however that could not have possibly been contained in that one short article. Continue reading How The Sky Fell: An Ethical Tale of Hello Games
German indie developer King Art Games has announced a new title expected for release in 2018: Iron Harvest. After a successful kickstarter campaign helped to get their fantasy RPG “The Dwarves” into production (set to be released in less than a month), the team at King Art Games has wasted no time in announcing their next effort. Continue reading What is Iron Harvest? King Art Games Announces RTS Title
Today, DICE released a list of upcoming updates and tweaks that will be coming to the popular FPS title moving forward. And though some of these changes will certainly be welcomed by the player base, they don’t necessarily fix a lot of the bothersome aspects of the, otherwise fabulous, gaming experience.
Continue reading Features and Changes DICE Should Implement in Battlefield 1