I was hesitant about the idea that Detroit: Become Human would be the title that broke my gaming slump. I’m also hesitant to spend full price on any AAA game … Continue reading How Detroit: Become Human Put an End to my Gaming Slump
When I first saw footage of A Way Out at 2017’s e3 showcase, I was instantly sold on the idea. I felt like I had been waiting a long time … Continue reading Cross-Atlantic Co-Op with my American Roommate – A Way Out
Even though I haven’t been playing my trademark single player RPG’s as much this year, I’ve still found time for a little gaming. I don’t play quite like I used … Continue reading Cross-Atlantic Co-Op with my American Roommate – Vermintide
Y’all should know at this point that Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and its sequel are my favorite games of all time. However I won’t be including them … Continue reading 8 Games I Miss On The Original Xbox
Horizon: Zero Dawn is my game of the year. There’s no other game of 2017 I’ve enjoyed anywhere near as much. I got it on March 1st and within a … Continue reading Horizon: Zero Dawn’s Frozen Wilds DLC Is Beautiful
In my Wolfenstein: The New Order review I wrote about how I was initially drawn to the game because of an Amazon Prime TV series called The Man in the High Castle. … Continue reading Is Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Worth Your Money?
For this post I’d like to bring to your attention the most ambitious upcoming games you haven’t heard about. These are just a few games I’m real excited for, that … Continue reading The Best Upcoming Games You Haven’t Heard Of!
Recently I finished playing a real nugget. I unearthed The Observer on the Playstation 4 last week and completed it a few days later, playing for a few short hours … Continue reading The Observer: A 10-Step Review
You know me- I’m all about that single player experience. My favorite games tend to be story-driven RPG’s with immersive open worlds. Ever since I was a child I have … Continue reading 5 Places in Video Games I’d Like to Get a Drink!
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion was the reason I got an Xbox 360. It was a game that I heard about completely through word of mouth; right up until the … Continue reading The Games of My Formative Years: Oblivion
I had to double-check the definition of “formative-years” in preparation for this post. It turned out that it means exactly what I hoped it would, and exactly what it sounds … Continue reading The Games of My Formative Years: Knights of the Old Republic
One title symptomatic of my recent gaming renaissance is Frictional Games’ Soma. I kept seeing it advertised on the Playstation Store and I became transfixed by the spooky, sci-fi cover … Continue reading Expanding My Gaming Horizons With Soma!