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 […]
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 […]
Made by Incendium, the early-access of Phantom Halls caught my interest almost instantly. As someone that is very bad with horror, I honestly played this game on the edge of my seat. Phantom Halls is an indie horror game, where you play as the variety of characters, as they explore […]
What is the easiest way to scare somebody? Is it to play on primal fears, slowly building tension until the audience can’t take it anymore and then ratchet up that tension a little more? Nah, it’s really just yelling “BOO!” at them several times and calling it a day. This […]
Remaster is not a new term in the gaming realm. At one point a company releasing a remaster was seen as something terrible. Now, more and more classic games are brought up to date. Remasters are just a part of the industry like sequels or DLC. This isn’t a bad thing. […]
I have played a lot of PlayStation VR titles and none of them are like Moss. Moss is a puzzle/adventure game that focuses on you, the reader, and Quill, your tiny adorable mouse partner. The game plays like a storybook. What I mean by that is that upon starting the […]
Originally released in 1993 on the SNES, Secret of Mana provided JRPG fans with a solid yet straightforward role-playing experience. Its characters, narrative and combat were no doubt familiar to fans of the genre but still made for a welcome experience in a time where JRPGs were a dime a dozen.
0°N 0°W from developers Colorfiction has been by far the most mind-blowing game that I have played to this date. Honestly, when I first heard of it I had lower expectations. Mainly due to the fact that it was an indie exploration game on beta. I have never really liked these […]