Were you one of the unfortunate few that had to give up their PlayStation 3 in order to get the PlayStation 4? Have you ever thought “Hey, I’d like to play that game but the chances of me finding it, because it’s not that popular or it’s out of print, are kind of slim”? Have […]Read more "[ Review ] PlayStation Now"
I’ve had it up to my eyes with this shit; I’m done with tolerating it and being nice about it and tip-toeing around it like a good little blogger does. I’m really going to tear into this one because I’ve been biting my tongue for far too long regarding the issue of entitlement and actual […]Read more "[ Blog ] Oppression in Gaming: The Cold, Hard Truth"
This review was written using the Day One copy of the game for the PlayStation 4. The First Three Hours Where this game seems to be concerned, there are three types of fans coming into this: those, like myself, who are excited to play the game based on watching the Japanese version of the game […]Read more "[ First Impressions Review ] Final Fantasy Type-0 HD"
Ah, Final Fantasy VIII: I decided to install this game after discussing its characters with a good friend of mine and while I’ve vocalized my utter disgust for the game in years past I’ve never really taken the time to discuss it openly. After the epic – and, in some ways, disappointment, in retrospect – that […]Read more "[ Game Theory ] Final Fantasy VIII: The Little Game That Could"
We are at the precipice of change in the gaming industry, right now: how we game, going forward, can change in a way that’s massive and irreversible. It’s been quite apparent that a huge change has been coming for a while now and it’ll be on us before any of us really know it; no […]Read more "[ Blog ] Change Will Do You Good"
You remember that article I made regarding this latest entry into the Call of Duty franchise and what I think Activision could do to bring the series out of its currently stagnant state? You remember how I sounded cautiously optimistic regarding what the game could be like in order to make it truly revolutionize the genre, […]Read more "[ First Impressions Review ] Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare"
Like a lot of successful games of its time, Blades of Steel started out in arcades as a smash hit that was ported to the NES in 1988. As one of the first hockey games that I had ever played – Ice Hockey being the first – and hockey being one of my all-time favorite things period, this game […]Read more "[ Retro Review ] Blades of Steel"