When we dial back on video game extravagance and blockbuster mentality, we come back to the core of 8-bit graphics. Continue reading “Simple” Style, Big Impact: Pixel Art Games by Benjamin Rivers
Over the years, third person shooters have always been a hit or miss for me. Games like Resident Evil 4, Max Payne, Dead Space, Gears of War, and any Tom Clancy games, help to shape and define a generation of third person shooters. However, every so often, there comes a clone of these kinds of games that is just a lot of fun to play. Continue reading REVIEW! Double Action Boogaloo
Just got Persona 5 and made a quick video unboxing the Steelbook Edition. I can’t wait to play! 🙂
As a person who enjoys character-driven games, Yakuza 0 definitely satisfies that love. This is my introduction to the series, and the biggest surprise was amount of lengthy dialogue you sit through.
It’s both a blessing and a curse (although those opposite sides of the spectrum may be too extreme). It’s both fun and boring.
(Please note, this article contains some spoilers from Chapters 1 – 6)
And so begins the 1st post of Yakuza 0 content all this week! Recorded a while ago, here are the first 15 minutes of the game (not including the intro). Are you playing Yakuza 0? What do you think of it so far?
As I watch my friend play The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, I’m thoroughly enjoying watching him hunt for animals and cook. Little did I know, it’s tedious things like this turning fans away. Continue reading Breath of the Wild’s Heavily Debated Survival Mechanics
Persona 5 releases worldwide on April 4, and it’s set to be one of the biggest PlayStation exclusives of 2017. I’m counting down the days until my game arrives (14 days to be exact), and I want you to be as excited as I am!
Crash Team Racing (CTR) used to be the designated holiday party game. I thought about the game recently because of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy announcement, which led me to buying its racing counterpart on a whim at the PlayStation Store. Continue reading Crash Team Racing Brought the Family Together
In honor of NBA All-Star Weekend 2017 in New Orleans, I check out the new patch and play my own All-Star Game to celebrate.
I used to never care about video game soundtracks. They call it background for a reason, and that’s exactly how it felt: a non-factor.
But then I heard “Wandering Flame” by Masashi Hamauzu. Continue reading Why Music is an Integral Part of a Video Game