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My Thoughts on the Nintendo Switch Announcement

On January 13, 2017, Posted by , In Editorial, With No Comments

We finally received more information about Nintendo’s latest console, the Switch. The name is rooted in the fact that you can switch from playing on your HDTV to playing as a portable. The console itself is a tablet. It includes a dock, and an elaborate control function where you have…

BlueGamer’s Game of the Year 2016

On December 30, 2016, Posted by , In Editorial, With 2 Comments

It has been a while. This year got a bit quiet, here on BG, but it’s only temporary. I started a new project that’s going to be some time in the making and hopefully I’ll have more news on that soon. If you follow me on instagram, you might have…

Bluecast Episode 59 – Nintendo Cartridges and Oculus Closed

On June 30, 2016, Posted by , In Bluecast,Podcast, With No Comments

I finally return with a short and solo Bluecast just so you have something to listen to when driving or involved in other activities that could benefit from my voice. Shout out to Shane and his Solo Soulscast at VG Bosses 24/7. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes…

8-Bit Armies is Petroglyph doing Command & Conquer

On April 19, 2016, Posted by , In Editorial, With No Comments

Westwood is back with Command & Conquer, as 8-bit Armies from Petroglyph. And this is why (how) it finally now works: Detailed polygonal RTSs don’t look as clear as they did when they were sprites. Modern graphics become much more detailed and rely on accurate scale. Because of this, it’s…

Dark Souls 3 Impressions

On April 13, 2016, Posted by , In Impressions, With No Comments

I took a day off to play this game. That’s how excited I am about it. But could it possibly live up to my expectations? So far, no. But I still have a lot to do. The world plays more similar to Bloodborne (and looks like it too), which isn’t…

Rise of the Tomb Raider is Amazing, But Falls Short

On April 5, 2016, Posted by , In Reviews, With No Comments

I finally got around to beating Rise of the Tomb Raider. The reason it falls short is the reason why it took so long: I had to take a break. But, let’s get the amazing things out oft he way. The graphics are spectacular. I had a discussion with my…

The Division is Empty Excellence

On March 22, 2016, Posted by , In Editorial, With No Comments

The Division has great 3rd person, tactical, cover-based shooting mechanics. I think the cover and vault buttons need to be swapped, but I also think the sticky cover option is the best. They really messed up on the button-mapping, but whatever – the mechanics are there. The problem is, the…

Cross-Network Play – Will it Happen?

On March 17, 2016, Posted by , In Editorial, With No Comments

While not the first, the Dreamcast really ushered in the idea of online play done easily on console. And it wasn’t to have an online platform of theirs, it was just to have it possible on console. Dreamcast online play could also work with PC players. Yes, that existed back…

The Division, Dragon’s Dogma, Tomb Raider

On February 1, 2016, Posted by , In Editorial, With No Comments

I’ve had Dragon’s Dogma since release, but I’ve been meaning to speak on it. It ran horrible on consoles so I could only bear so much. But, on PC it is magnificent. I’m not an RPG guy and never have been, but this game is just so much fun. I…

BlueGamer 2015 GOTY

On January 11, 2016, Posted by , In Editorial, With No Comments

I’m finally getting around to this… 2015 is in the past and I’ve played everything I could. Here are my favorite games in no order: Grey Goo – A call back to the days of Command & Conquer. It wasn’t quite there but haven’t played anything like this in a…

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