Nioh 2 – Review

Be Relentless It literally took no time at all for Nioh 2 to win me over. I was a fan of the first game and I wondered what Team Ninja was going to add to make the sequel feel fresh. Well, it turns out, they tweaked the existing mechanics, added a plethora of new abilities,…

Prince of Persia – A Series Lost in Time

Way to play with people’s emotions Ubisoft. Recently, it was announced that the Prince of Persia was returning…as a guest character in For Honor.  Don’t get me wrong, For Honor is great, but Ubisoft has a habit of taking established characters and utilizing them in crossovers.  This isn’t a bad thing, a lot of publishers…

E3 Cancelled – The Path Forward Is Through Direct Presentations

Well, it was bound to happen. With the fears of the coronavirus spreading en masse, it was a matter of time before major events were either postponed or cancelled. E3 unfortunately, just happened to be the latest victim. Look, cancelling major events should never be viewed in a positive lens. They are financially damaging to…

Call of Duty: Warzone – Impressions

Cash rules everything around me. It was only a matter of time before a battle royale mode was added to Call of Duty Modern Warfare. The genre is still wildly popular and while mainstays like Fortnite, PUBG, and Apex currently sit at the top, there is ample room for competition. Call of Duty has a…

Vanquish – Revisiting A Hidden Gem

Vanquish, PlatinumGames stylish, fast-paced third-person shooter, was initially released in 2010 for the PS3 and Xbox 360. It was met with strong critical reviews and is an early example of the developers innovative game design. Recently, PlatinumGames decided to re-release both Vanquish and Bayonetta for the PS4 and Xbox One and it is a must-buy…