Lets Revisit: The Dead Space series

Dead Space was a franchise with an old-school take on the survival horror genre. It was tense, atmospheric, and reminded fans of the early days of Resident Evil and Silent Hill before the horror genre shifted to a more action-oriented approach. The downfall for the franchise was rather abrupt. While the first two entries were…

Lost Legacies: Chrono Cross

Chrono Trigger is fondly remembered as a classic. If you ever have trouble finding a port of the game, let me know because it can now be found on Steam and can also be found on the Google Play as well as the Apple App store. While the Chrono series was never given its proper…

Ni No Kuni II Review

*Impressions will be at the top. The review will be at the bottom* A Different Kingdom Ni No Kuni II couldn’t be more different than it’s predecessor. Gone is the Pokémon-esque combat system of the original in which you had various monsters that battled for you. In it’s place is a free-flowing combat system that…

Preaching Patience in Open World Online-only Games

With so many open world online-games being released as of late, one of the common complaints is that after the main objectives and side quests have been cleared, what’s next? In recent years, games such as The Division, Destiny, No Man’s Sky, and Sea of Thieves have constantly promised a persistent and ever-changing environment for…

Tips from your average gamer – Rainbow Six Siege

Are you tired of getting spawn-peeked? Tired of not being able to clutch a round? Unsure of when to be aggressive or caution? I have to be honest…I am not the person you should talk too. Go on YouTube and you’ll find a bunch of quality Siege players. But as an average player, I do…

Hitman 2 – You’ve got red on you.

When Square Enix parted ways with IO Interactive, the future of the Hitman series was left up in the air. The first season of the rebooted Hitman series was fantastic, it featured 7 episodes, open-ended gameplay, and numerous side contracts. It had incredible replay value and for a game that was episodic in nature, there…

Indie Spotlight: Moonlighter

Dream Big. Imagine for a moment that you’re a merchant in a videogame.  Doesn’t sound very exciting, but one can’t help but wonder how they go about acquiring some of the rare and exotic wares that line their shelves.  Realistically, it revolves around a barter system in which merchants will trade with other merchants and…