Category: Feature

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 […]

A Look At An Upcoming Indie Game: Bloodroots

Bloodroots is a fast-paced action game that puts your reaction time to the test as you brutally fight your way through the “weird west.” Paper Cult Games released the demo for this title earlier this week, giving a first impression of the game. With its captivating gameplay and goofy nature, I went from someone who […]

Old and New: My Adventures in Sniper Elite V2

*Note: code was provided by Evolve PR* I was woefully unprepared for the slower-paced nature of Sniper Elite V2 — originally from the last-gen of consoles and now on practically everything (I played on my Switch). There’s no running and gunning, but there are certainly cool set pieces. Escaping a compound as buildings around me […]

5 Things You Should Know When Playing Xenoblade Chronicles 2

Much like other RPGs, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 has so much depth that it’s not uncommon to lose your way. As I wrote before, the game’s mechanics can be so poorly explained that it takes hours upon hours to finally understand them. With a game as long as this, there are a few things you should […]

Video Game Sequels We Would Love to See

As if we didn’t already have big enough backlogs on our consoles, our staff decided to get together and pine for all the sequels we’re jonesing for. Here are all the titles we’re itching to see come out before too long, if they come out at all.  But if Psychonauts can do it, anything’s possible. […]

What Fire Emblem Game Will Be Remastered Next?

Every now and then, the gaming world gets a truly remarkable remake/remaster. Final Fantasy VII (tentatively), The N’Sane Trilogy, Spyro? They’re loved by all and lets the series be available to a wide variety of new fans. Video game franchises that have a long history and originate from Japan usually have a few games that […]

CrowdFunding Games You Need to Know: June 2019

Another month down and there are a ton of new developers lining up to take your money! Hmmm, there has to be a better way to put that… Anyways, I’m talking about all the wonderful video games that are just begging to be crowdfunded. There are numerous out there but we handpicked a few of […]

Kaijumon: The Largest Pokémon in the Franchise Before Dynamax

Nintendo’s June 5th Pokémon Direct highlighted a handful of new features for the upcoming Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield. Among these new features, a brand new battle mechanic called Dynamax was introduced. Dynamax temporarily increases the strength and size of a Pokémon for three turns, and like the previously introduced Mega Evolutions and Z-move mechanics, […]

Did Microsoft Meet Expectations at E3

With the glaring absence of Sony at this year’s E3, the stars aligned for Microsoft to really get a lead on its competitor and win over the gaming crowd back towards the Xbox brand. The stage was literally set for Microsoft to blow Sony out of the water and leave them playing catch-up going into […]

8 Things to Look Forward to from the Animal Crossing: New Horizons Trailer

For a 1:47-long trailer, Nintendo packed in a lot of information regarding the new game: Animal Crossing: New Horizons. If you’ve only watched the trailer once, or were too busy wiping away happy tears, chances are you might have missed a few details. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. You can craft new items and […]
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