Ghost of Tsushima – An Easy Recommendation

Somehow, Ghost of Tsushima went from a game that I really liked, to one that I absolutely loved.  Open-world titles can generally drag on for one reason or another, see Assassins Creed Odyssey for level-gating specifically,  but Ghost finds a way to keep the player engaged by having one of the most visual-interesting worlds seen…

Ori and the Will of the Wisps – Poetry in Motion

With a number of video games looking toward hyper-realistic graphics,  Ori and the Will of the Wisps is a breath of fresh air.  Its poetry in motion, something that should be hailed as one of the most beautiful games developed this generation.   There are a number of times where I put my controller down to…

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,…

Bloodroots – Review

Speed Kills Defining Bloodroots is difficult as the action on screen conflicts with the narrative. This is a really fun game, but a bit unfulfilling from a narrative standpoint. At its core, Bloodroots is a tale of revenge. You will play as Mr. Wolf, who is hellbent on taking down the individuals who left him…