After 10 years away almost nothing has changed.
Nintendo has another hit on its hands.
Mental health, even today, is difficult to discuss openly. It is however, a topic that is often discussed in a number of independent games, which is a welcome change from … Continue reading Sea of Solitude – In Uncharted Waters
Recently, the EVP of Strategic Growth at EA – Mike Bibley – spoke to gamesindustry.biz regarding EA’s investment in independent title’s and their stance on streaming moving forward. During the … Continue reading EA Has a Public Image Problem, But It’s One of Their Own Doing
As fun and challenging as you remember. Crash Team Racing returns with a bang.
The Division 2 could be the breakthrough that Live Services need.
Suikoden is a series ripe for revival.
Chrono Trigger is a masterpiece.
With so many open world online-games being released as of late, one of the common complaints is that after the main objectives and side quests have been cleared, what’s next? … Continue reading Preaching Patience in Open World Online-only Games
Remember me? As I was jumping back into Resident Evil 7 to play the Not A Hero DLC, I thought about just how long this series has been running and … Continue reading Resident Evil Outbreak – A Forgotten Spin-Off
Look, you’ve seen numerous sites who will give you tips on how to be successful in Fortnite. But let’s be honest, that’s for those who want to go pro. If … Continue reading Fortnite Tips from your Average Player
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