PC, PS4, Reviews, XONE

Divinity: Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition is a great pick up for console RPG aficionados

Translating tailor-made computer games to consoles is a difficult task, as the many attempts to bring those tried and true titles to another platform over the years that have turned out to be less than stellar can attest to. So it comes as a big surprise that Larian Studios’ Divinity: Original Sin 2 made such… Continue reading Divinity: Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition is a great pick up for console RPG aficionados

PC, PS Vita, PS4, Reviews, Switch, XONE

Set your sails to a great action JRPG experience in Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana  

Finding a good JRPG to play nowadays isn’t as easy as one would imagine. Although there’s no drought of games to dive into, it’s still relatively hard to find a franchise to stick to. Especially one that consistently puts out quality entries, games that are not only fun, but also give enough reason to keep… Continue reading Set your sails to a great action JRPG experience in Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana  

PC, PS4, Reviews, XONE

Enjoy guiltless destruction with reckless abandon in Wreckfest

Some of my fondest videogame memories come from the time when I played long-defunct Papyrus Game Group’s Indy 500 and NASCAR Racing, or Geoff Crammond’s Grand Prix on my uncle’s old 386 desktop. At that time, I didn’t own a computer, so during visits to his house to see my younger cousins, I’d load up… Continue reading Enjoy guiltless destruction with reckless abandon in Wreckfest

PC, PS4, Reviews, XONE

Dark Souls Remastered is bar none the ultimate version of Dark Souls

Some names in gaming are iconic, and merely mentioning them is enough to recall a specific meaning that doesn’t require any further explanation. Games like Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda and StarCraft are some examples of these timeless classics. No name, however, has resonated more in the last decade than From Software’s 2011… Continue reading Dark Souls Remastered is bar none the ultimate version of Dark Souls

PC, PS4, Reviews, Switch, XONE

Relive the very best (and worst) of Street Fighter in the 30th Anniversary Collection

If there’s one thing Capcom has been known for over the years, it’s for having a knack for re-releasing their games. Be it with the numerous tweaked versions of Street Fighter II in the 1990s or the later enhanced ports of the original Resident Evil, it’s safe to say that they really count on their… Continue reading Relive the very best (and worst) of Street Fighter in the 30th Anniversary Collection

PC, PS4, Reviews, XONE

Vampyr might have a lot of sharp teeth, but it lacks bite

There are times when “throwing the kitchen sink in” works extremely well in games. Examples of that method of game design are aplenty, but the same can be said about the opposite, when putting too many systems into a game without honing any of them particularly well only makes it a bloated mess. Vampyr sits… Continue reading Vampyr might have a lot of sharp teeth, but it lacks bite

E3 2018, PC, Previews, PS4, XONE

With less assassinating and more plundering, Skull & Bones might as well be the next Black Flag

Regardless of what feelings you may hold in regards to Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, you have to admit it shook things up somewhat for the series. Not nearly as big of an impact as Assassin’s Creed Origins eventually made last year, Black Flag threw in elements that were first introduced in the deeply flawed… Continue reading With less assassinating and more plundering, Skull & Bones might as well be the next Black Flag