The Potential Future of 2D Zelda

Cadence of Hyrule was announced during the Spring Nindies Showcase. With its announcement came a complete shake up of expectations for Nintendo’s intellectual properties. This is because the developers of Crypt of the Necrodancer are making the game. Not only is the title not being made in house, a rare occurrence, but it’s being made Continue Reading

Mythgard PC Review

Mythgard is a free to play, online card collecting game (CCG) for PC and mobile platforms. The game is currently in early access, but has received consistent patch support. The developers over at Rhino Games Inc. have also been very transparent in terms of changes being made and future features Continue Reading

Halo: Infinite Wish List

It won’t be long before we hear about more details on Halo: Infinite from 343 Industries. With a swirl of rumors going around, from the game being used as a Games as a Service model base, to the game launching as a next gen title, there’s a lot to unpack. Halo: Infinite Release Window Ideally, Halo: Continue Reading

What We Can Learn From Metro: Exodus

Metro: Exodus was a long time coming. The Metro series hasn’t seen the light of day since the Redux versions of the first two games were released for Xbox One and PS4 in 2014. That’s five years for a game series that’s not extremely intricate. For a while, many fans didn’t believe we would see an ending to Continue Reading

Treasure Stack Review (Steam)

Treasure Stack promises to combine gameplay similar to the Tetris family of games, with unique platforming and grappling hook action. Treasure Stack has both single player and multiplayer modes, so it suits a variety of people depending on what they’re looking for. Since only review codes were out, I was unable to Continue Reading