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…

Zombie Army Trilogy is Out, But There Have Been Some Crucial Changes Made

On March 10, 2015, Posted by , In Impressions, With No Comments

I shouldn’t have to say Zombie Army Trilogy is worth a buy, but it’s worth a buy. A remaster of the first two games and a new third campaign, Zombie Army Trilogy uses the Sniper Elite 3 engine as opposed to the Sniper Elite V2 engine. This has brought about…

Impressions of The Order and Missing the Mark on AAA

On March 5, 2015, Posted by , In Editorial,Impressions, With 2 Comments

Titanfall and Destiny – both games set out to do something years ago that consumers no longer want. Whether it’s the economy or the prevalence of cheap game sales, people aren’t interested in multiplayer only games at full retail price. There was a time where an online, connected world, was…

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Review

On March 3, 2015, Posted by , In Reviews, With No Comments

I’ve finally finished playing all the 3D Zeldas! I can’t believe I started with Twilight princess in January, and made it to the beginning of March with the end Skyward Sword. That was a lot of gaming, but an incredible experience. So, what did I think of the waggle-fest Zelda?…

There’s a Sonic 3 Remaster on the Horizon, But…

On February 23, 2015, Posted by , In Editorial, With No Comments

I recently read about a Sonic 3 Remaster that is being developed – it has gotten as far as a prototype and endorsed by an a official Sega developer. That’s awesome news! But, it has no plans for official release. Good thing is that fans and the developers are working…

Castle in the Darkness, Skyward Sword Impressions

On February 10, 2015, Posted by , In Impressions, With No Comments

So, with Twilight Princess and Wind Waker out of the way, I start the next adventure with Skyward Sword. So far, there are interesting elements, like flight, but other than that, it’s pretty bland. At first, I found the combat to be pretty neat with use of the motion-plus. But…

So, That Fist of the North Star Game…

On February 3, 2015, Posted by , In Reviews, With 1 Comment

Because of Hyrule Warriors, my new fascination is with the musou genre of games. Back at release, I played the demo of Fist of the North Star: Ken’s Rage before, and didn’t care for it. But going back, now with an understanding of the genre, it totally clicked. FotNS is…

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