Live services have quickly become a trend in gaming and not for the better.
Monetization drives the gaming industry and will continue to be problematic for consumers as publishers become more and more out of touch.
Bethesda is currently under fire with the release of Fallout 76. It will take considerable time to climb out of this hole.
My first memory of Doom was playing the first-person title on floppy disk at my dad’s workplace. I was amazed at the graphics and just how fast and smooth the … Continue reading Doom Eternal – An apt name for an Undying Franchise
When Prey released last year, I kept telling myself I’ll get around to it. Last year was stacked with quality releases and being an adult with different priorities I generally … Continue reading Prey – An Underrated Gem
It has become increasingly rare for a videogame to release with a DLC add-on or expansion. During Bethesda’s E3 press conference, I was prepared for the inevitable DLC for The … Continue reading The Evil Within 2 – No DLC Needed
After weeks of speculation, it was finally confirmed that Fallout 76 is indeed going to be an online-only game. This will divide some, as there are enough online-only titles that … Continue reading Fallout 76 – A surprising turn for the series
Yesterday, Bethesda decided to tease a Fallout announcement in the form of a live-stream on twitch. There was a lot of speculation as to what this new Fallout game could … Continue reading Fallout 76 Announcement!
By all accounts, Rage was a pretty good game. It featured amazing graphics for its time and was a solid FPS that was a bit on the short side and … Continue reading Rage 2 – The Return