Author: Jon

Dauntless Continues to Improve

Author note: I play Dauntless on PS4. Recently, I have been on the hunt for a game that I can really dive into. Something to hold me over until Cyberpunk 2077 arrives. As we all know now, CD Projekt Red has delayed their much-anticipated game until later this year. So finding a game to get […]

A Deep Dive Into Godfall: Some Theories

Ladies and gentlemen, we have it. We have our first PlayStation 5 launch title, Godfall. Godfall describes itself as a third person looter-slasher, think Diablo but in a third-person perspective. We don’t know too much about the game yet, but I think we can speculate on what Godfall could be with the information we have […]

Modern Warfare’s Campaign is Fantastic

Call of Duty is a franchise that I rarely play for the story, especially over the last few years. Instead, I tend to get sucked into the multiplayer. I might dabble in the campaign each year but for the most part, it’s all about multiplayer for me. But this year’s Modern Warfare has definitely mixed […]

A Few Hidden Gems to Keep An Eye On In 2020

This coming year is sure to be a memorable one for AAA games. I am particularly looking forward to getting lost in Cyberpunk 2077, but that’s not why you are here. There are a few games that I have been following that I think will really be something special. These games may not release in […]

Hyperbrawl Tournament Review

What do you get when you mix handball with nutty weapons and lots of neon? You get Hyperbrawl Tournament, an indie sports game from the minds over at Milky Tea Studios. Hyperbrawl was one of the first hundred games first launched on Apple Arcade and sports some wacky fun. But just how good it is? […]

Destiny 2’s Festival of the Lost Brings the Spooky

It’s the armor I tell you Destiny 2 Shadowkeep has been really fun for me so far. Between the nightmare hunts and the Vex invasions, I have been enjoying my time. Every year Bungie rolls out the spooky decorations and turns off the lights in the Infinite Forest. It’s a time of reflection, random rolls […]

The Sojourn Review

Every now and then I will come across a game that makes me think but also leaves me relaxed. Journey is one such game that comes to mind and is one of my favorites of all time. It is not difficult but the art, the music and the narrative all work together to paint a very […]

Genesis, the New PS4 MOBA, Is a Mixed Bag of Fun

I never thought I would be writing about Paragon again but hey, here we are. Is Paragon still dead? Absolutely. Will the PS4 ever get a new MOBA? Yes. And that game is called Genesis by Rampage Games. Now, Genesis is not Paragon, but after some time in Genesis, I can say that there are […]

Skyweaver: A Trading Card Game from Another Dimension

There are a lot of card games out there. The space is being populated almost on a regular basis at this point. With games like Hearthstone, Magic The Gathering: Arena, Eternal, Lightseeker, and Mana Rocks, the list goes on and on. You have your pick of the litter when it comes to card games, and […]

The Aging Gamer: Playing Chaosbane With My Wife

Slaying demons seems to always be a good time. And mostly, in my experience, that demon-slaying was coming exclusively from Diablo 3. My wife loves Diablo 3. I mean LOVES it. It has been the only game we can really play together and get into. She loves the ARPG style combat, camera view, loot system […]
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