Bloodborne: The Definitive Review

On April 16, 2015, Posted by , In Reviews, With No Comments

The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time and Ninja Gaiden are two games that are, to this day, some of the best games I’ve ever played. Sure, I love C&C, Doom, and Sonic 3, but they have been somewhat surpassed in their respective genres, no matter how influential they…

Bloodborne Update – Tips for Later Bosses and Areas

On April 10, 2015, Posted by , In Discussion,How-To, With No Comments

For a while, I’ve been the boss. I’m just slaughtering enemies and bosses left and right. I walk up to them and hand them their own ass. This was going on for a while, then I reached two optional areas and the next story area that I could not pass….

Bloodborne Update – More bosses Down and Some Crazy Miracles

On April 8, 2015, Posted by , In Impressions, With 1 Comment

There’s so much miss-able content in this game. I’ll have to play again with a guide. There’s just no way to figure everything out the first time you play. Knowing this, I’m still taking my time to find whatever I can. This has lead to backtracking. In the environment, you…

Bloodborne Just Keeps on Delivering – Progress Update

On April 7, 2015, Posted by , In Impressions, With 1 Comment

I’m four bosses down now. It usually takes me two tries, as I die trying to figure out attack reach and pattern and return with an idea of how to avoid attacks. After all, it’s about surviving. In this game, I explore a lot. A LOT. I revisit areas and…

The Bloodborne Diaries – This Game is That Legit

On April 2, 2015, Posted by , In Editorial, With 1 Comment

Well, since my last post, things have changed entirely. Bloodborne has sucked me in like what many of the horrors the game presents would seem to do. I still haven’t made it that far, at all. I haven’t even beat the first boss! But it just does everything right. Surviving…

Bloodborne – A Waste of My Time?

On March 31, 2015, Posted by , In Impressions, With 2 Comments

I’ve played all the Souls games, but never get too far. I love the combat! But once you die, and it’s usually due to a trial and error scenario, you have to start again from a while back in time. That’s what gets me. As much fun as I’m having,…

Hotline Miami 2 is Exactly What I Need – But Not To Break My PS4

On March 24, 2015, Posted by , In Editorial,Impressions, With No Comments

Hotline Miami was a surprise game for me. It looked like another Retro City Rampage – but this retro was more about the 80s style coming back rather than it simply being old-school gaming. Hotline Miami has tons of style and the gameplay is really about strategizing how to clear…

Zombie Army Trilogy Video Review and Video Review Review

On March 23, 2015, Posted by , In Editorial,Video, With No Comments

What a title, right? Well, last week I put together a Zombie Army Trilogy video review with my new equipment. I was more concerned about production value than content. The end result, in my opinion, turned into something that looked good but lacked in content. An by content, I mean…

Nintendo Goes Mobile and Confirms its NX Platform – What Does it all Mean?

On March 17, 2015, Posted by , In Editorial, With No Comments

I don’t report news, but I like to share my opinions on it from time to time. Nintendo had a business-y call today, or this morning – basically whatever time in Japan that people were awake and I was sleeping. They confirmed a few things, like a partnership with DeNA…

The RTS is Making a Comeback, Thanks to the Original Veteran Developers

On March 16, 2015, Posted by , In Editorial, With No Comments

I love RTSs. Specifically base-building tank-spam-fests – well, I’m not a fan of spamming (Zerg Rush), but I’m also not a fan of the unit cap. The genre slowly started disappearing after C&C3, though the Dawn of War and Company of Heroes franchise (based Relic) kept it alive a bit…

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