It’s Okay To Love Games That Are “Just Okay”

Jump Force is coming out this month. While part of me possesses some hesitation about the game, the other part of me is excited beyond belief to play something where the mechanics just look okay. After all, the concept of the game is bringing some of my favorite anime characters together in one fighting game […]

The Elusive Line Between Enjoyable And Unenjoyable Games

Ultimately when we sit down to play a new video game, we are trying to see how much fun we can have with it. Sometimes we’re with our friends. Sometimes we are going on a solo adventure. But what do you do when a game you were otherwise having fun with, has glaring noticeable flaws? […]

Vane Review

Entering the world of Vane, you find a bleak, desperate, lonely world for you to explore. It’s a world where you must figure out how you are going to survive. And other than the occasional situation-specific button prompt, you are left to figure out everything yourself. From the goal, to the controls, or even the […]

Thoughts On Imminent 2019/2020 Sony Microsoft Console Announcements

This might sound particularly odd to say, but I’m kind of hesitant for Sony and Microsoft’s almost inevitable new game console announcements near the end of this year or beginning of next. My fear comes from how in the past, with new technology, developers need time to figure out the new hardware. It’s awesome when […]

Mike’s Underappreciated Games Corner

We all love video games here at Culture of Gaming. But what about those games that fall through the cracks? Sure, some people like them, but the rest of us tend to forget them and move on to bigger and better games, even those from the very same franchises. I’m here to change that today. […]