The second issue in this mini-series offers what the first issue didn’t, exposition! You start to learn about the characters and the world of Yharnam and the Bloodborne franchise. The Hunter is trying to create a different world that he/she inhabits. Its comparable to the doll world where you find Continue Reading
I feel like I’m gonna get a lot of hate for this, but I actually didn’t enjoy the third generation of Pokemon as much as other games in the series. Don’t get me wrong, it’s still a great game, and certainly has some improvements. Most notably: new concepts, more in Continue Reading
Titan Quest is an amazing isometric, action RPG but the experience is marred by a lackluster port to home consoles. Embark on an epic journey to conquer all the Titans across Ancient Greece, Egypt, and Asia. Enjoy new textures and small changes that take advantage of current-gen hardware plus a Continue Reading
We’ve enjoyed reliving the classic Pokemon games, and were ecstatic playing Pokemon Gold once more on Gameboy Advance. Gold was my first Pokemon game. It was the second gen that really got me into the franchise. After playing it again, We’ve picked up on some obvious faults it had. Continue Reading
Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War III is a fantasy/military based tabletop game with extensive lore. There are books, video games, comics, and much more based on the Warhammer 40K franchise. Warhammer’s RTS games are popular and a well-known property in the gaming community; The Hunt for Gabriel Angelos takes place around Continue Reading
It’s springtime in the Northern part of the world, and for sports fans in America, that means that the basketball season is winding down and the baseball season is beginning to get into swing. Baseball is one of those sports that anyone in the world can watch and understand what Continue Reading
Ever since making huge waves at Microsoft’s keynote back in 2016, Sea of Thieves has gotten a lot of attention and a lot of hype. The news was even more tantalizing because storied developer, Rare, was at the helm of this fresh new IP. One could say a lot is on this swashbuckling journey for Rare and Microsoft.
I’ve decided to look back at the Pokemon games that I used to play in my childhood. Boy has it been a ride for me. Compared to modern games, the retro Pokemon might not have the best story, music, and especially graphics, yet I am still drawn to it. I Continue Reading
Stop me if you have heard this before. A strange aristocrat invites a motley crew to their mansion under very mysterious circumstances.
Scribblenauts Showdown is a multiplayer party game based on the hit franchise. Bring up to 4 players for a fun slew of mini-games and create objects using words. It’s a great game for local multiplayer but lacks any meaningful content for single players. Scribblenauts Showdown is promising and takes inspiration Continue Reading