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…

Top 10 Titles Looking Ahead – Prepare your Wallet Edition

Normally, my lists are pretty short, 5 is the usual sweet spot, but this E3 was jam packed with games and I’ll give my personal Top 10, because let’s be honest, everyone won E3 and that’s a fact. I am however, only including games with release dates or windows because otherwise, the majority of these…

Resident Evil 2 Remake – My Game of the Show

Look, I’m a massive Resident Evil fan who was highly critical of Resident Evil 6 because of its push away from survival horror. Capcom, who saw that fans were become tired of the series, decided to commit to a soft reboot in the form of Resident Evil 7 to immense success. Two years ago, it…

E3 Microsoft Conference – A Strong Showing

Simply put, this was Microsoft’s strongest showing at E3 in years. From games to discussing the acquisitions of new studios, such as Ninja Theory, this was a focused conference and really only had one hiccup. Here are my highlights: Ori and the Will of the Wisps This was a strong start to the show as…

Looking ahead to E3 – Microsoft needs a Homerun

It’s no secret that Microsoft needs a win. Sea of Thieves has been done well commercially, but doesn’t have the content currently to keep players engaged. It doesn’t help that it’s received mixed critical reviews and seen its player base drop since its release. State of Decay 2 is buggy and unintentionally hilarious as a…