Articles, PC

You don’t need a beast of a computer to have a good time playing Monster Hunter World

In late January, Monster Hunter World already solidified its spot on my game of the year list, as I talked about in my review of its console version. Six months later, we’re finally getting to play the PC port, and to all intents and purposes, it’s looking like it’s the definitive way to play Monster… Continue reading You don’t need a beast of a computer to have a good time playing Monster Hunter World

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

E3 2018, Previews

E3 2018: Resident Evil 2 was my biggest surprise at the show

Among the many games that I played during my appointments at E3, getting the chance to try out the new Resident Evil 2 remake was perhaps my biggest surprise at the show. Sure, the existence of this new version of the 1998 classic wasn’t much of a secret, but to find out just how far… Continue reading E3 2018: Resident Evil 2 was my biggest surprise at the show

PS4, Reviews, XONE

Monster Hunter World is a huge, demanding but ultimately rewarding experience

The journey of following a series like Monster Hunter is a perilous one. Capcom’s long-running franchise has always been know to suffer from obtuse design decisions, having impenetrable mechanics, and being extremely unfriendly to newcomers. Its fans are considered to be among of the most dedicated, and frankly, sometimes a little too devoted. And that’s… Continue reading Monster Hunter World is a huge, demanding but ultimately rewarding experience

PC, PS4, Reviews, XONE

Mega Man Legacy Collection 2’s lineup might be disappointing, but it more than makes up in content

Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 is an inherently inferior compilation in comparison to the first, mainly due to its lineup of games, but it excels in bringing back to light some my least favorite entries in the franchise. In fact, Capcom has done an admirable job putting this new collection together. Although neither Mega Man… Continue reading Mega Man Legacy Collection 2’s lineup might be disappointing, but it more than makes up in content

E3 2017, PC, Previews, PS4, XONE

From E3 2017: Monster Hunter: World was my big surprise at the show

If you’ve been reading the site for a little while, you probably know this by now, but if you’re new, here’s the deal: I’m a huge fan of the Monster Hunter series. I’ve been increasingly more dedicated with each new game, and for all intents and purposes, I’ll do the same with Monster Hunter: World,… Continue reading From E3 2017: Monster Hunter: World was my big surprise at the show

PC, PS4, Reviews, XONE

Resident Evil 7 Review – It’s been a long road home

The Resident Evil franchise has seen its share of ups and downs over the years, ever since its inception in 1997. What started out as one heck of a scary game -- at least for the mind of a then twelve-year-old me -- eventually turned into shooters, and the overall quality saw a big dip… Continue reading Resident Evil 7 Review – It’s been a long road home