Suikoden is a series ripe for revival.
While there have been memorable Call of Duty campaigns throughout the series, with Modern Warfare and Black Ops being some of the most notable, its safe to say that the … Continue reading Surprising Campaigns – Call of Duty Infinite Warfare
Nintendo is leading the way once again and this time it could help spell the end for E3
Apex Legends is an example of how non-communication can combat toxicity online.
Anthem will be BioWare’s riskiest venture yet.
It’s been 5 years since I’ve worn a naval uniform. Around my office, the one question that generally gets asked when people see me is whether or not I miss … Continue reading Life outside of the Navy (5 Years Running)
I am huge fan of spy thrillers, videogames, movies, novels, doesn’t matter, if it falls under that genre, I am more than down to give it a try. Which is … Continue reading Recommending Counterpart (2018)
I recently opened up a twitter account to catch up on my interests. As a Supply Chain Management Graduate Student, I’ve learned just how valuable being transparent is in the … Continue reading Transparency and Customer Service
Name a good videogame movie. Some will point toward Final Fantasy The Spirits Within, others will point to the recently released Tomb Raider starring Alicia Vikander. The only issue with … Continue reading Lets Talk: The Problem with Videogame Movie Adaptations
Crossovers like Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle shouldn’t work. Not because Mario and Rabbids couldn’t coexist. But because the game is a strategy RPG in the vein of X-COM. Sufficed … Continue reading Crossovers that Work: Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
News broke earlier today that Case Keenum will be signing with the Denver Broncos. The deal is reported for two years and 18 million per year. Not to be a … Continue reading Case Keenum and the Denver Broncos
It wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows for Marvel in the 80’s and 90’s. Every attempt at adapting one of their properties into a movie or television show failed. They weren’t … Continue reading Revisiting the Blade Trilogy