On this new year edition of The Roundup, I gloss over PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds upcoming plans, Catherine re-release announcement, and Dissidia Final Fantasy NT coming out this month.
Continue reading The Roundup: 2018 Kickoff – PUBG’s Future, Catherine Re-Release
It’s been a wild ride with farts galore, so here are my final thoughts on the latest South Park game!
Continue reading REVIEW! The Fractured But Whole
The year is almost over, but we’re looking to the future. 2018 is kicking off with two RPGs to play starting in January!
Continue reading 2 Role-Playing Video Games to Start 2018
Persona 5 faces tough competition for The Game Awards 2017, but I’m just extremely ecstatic to see the niche JRPG recognized for its worth.
Continue reading Persona 5, Game of the Year? I’m Just Happy to See it Nominated
Our hero Philip finds the courage to slay more dragons and encounters some discrimination within city walls of Windhelm.
Is the turn-based grid system for this sequel game fitting in the South Park universe?
Continue reading The Fractured But Whole Battle System
Sucker Punch Productions is back, showcasing a new samurai adventure that got people like me officially and successfully hyped for its arrival.
Continue reading Paris Games Week 2017: Ghost of Tsushima
The Yakuza 0 OST is one of my favorites with it’s awesome 80s-inspired songs for singing badly and dancing at the club. Here are my top 5!
Continue reading TOP 5: Yakuza 0 Karaoke/Disco Songs
Sony Interactive Entertainment changes its infrastructure, Wolfenstein 2 makes a statement on Nazis, and I decide my next game to play in November (with the help of you!) on this 3rd edition of The Roundup.
Continue reading The Roundup: PlayStation’s Andrew House Steps Down and Wolfenstein II’s #NoMoreNazi
We’re kicking off October in a scary way, starting off with a retrospective on one of the most interesting horror games I’ve played on Steam.
Continue reading In Memory of Alan Wake