As someone that has loved writing for years, I keep trying to improve, often trying different methods of writing and story telling. I must admit, it’s because of this reason I often am biased and value plot and characters above gameplay a lot of the time. Games hold a particular Continue Reading
The AAA Gaming Industry has long ruled the flow of gaming for decades. Once sought out to be the best of the best in gaming experiences, the tables have turned dramatically in 2019. While quality games do still make their way to the public, the AAA industry has begun to Continue Reading
Life and Death Genres are a categorization of a certain style of a thing. The thing can be an object, film, book, or video game. We don’t see genres as having a life cycle though. Horror games will be around forever, as will action-adventure or puzzle games. Sure, many of Continue Reading
Back in the day, not even too long ago, the process of purchasing and playing games was much simpler than it is today.
Wolfenstein is a series of World War II games that date back to 1981. Wolfenstein has always been about killing as many Nazis as possible and doing as much damage to their war machine as you can. Wolfenstein 3D even allowed the player to fight a mechanical Adolf Hitler. The last game in the series, Wolfenstein: The New Order, posited a world where Germany won World War II and completed their domination of the world. The latest game, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, has been well known to deal with a resistance trying to make America free from the Nazi occupation.
On September 27, the official Ubisoft Blog announced that Assassin’s Creed Origins would include a “discovery mode” that would allow the player to explore the game’s Ancient Egypt without any combat or difficulty. Predictably, a debate has formed between the group of people that have been wanting this kind of Continue Reading