A few days ago, EA games released the open beta to the public with early access to players who pre-ordered the game and was made free for the last two days for everyone else. If I could describe this new Battlefield 2042 experience in a word it would be: phenomenal. Battlefield 2042 is aiming to […]Read more "Battlefield 2042 Open Beta – First Impressions"
Deathloop is a unique and interesting game. It follows the story of Cole, a protagonist who is trapped in a never ending time loop. He is caught in a single day that repeats itself each time the day ends or every time he dies. The “Deathloop” has somehow wiped his memory up until the point […]Read more "Driven Insane By The Deathloop: Review"
This week players who registered on Halo Waypoint were invited to join in the Halo Infinite Technical Preview to go hands on with the multiplayer and assist 343 Industries with feedback to work out final kinks and technical issues. Thankfully the gameplay as it stands is much more engaging than what previous trailers would suggest, […]Read more "Halo Infinite Technical Preview – First Impressions"
Another year passed, another Call Of Duty game right around the corner. Activision has a pretty unique situation in regards to releasing a new COD game every year, but for some reason this time around a new release seems premature. It feels as though COD Black Ops Cold War still has enough legs to last […]Read more "Call Of Duty Vanguard – Beta Impressions"
This past week has been pretty insane with 3 exciting launches falling on the same weekend for PS5. First we have the official launch of Guilty Gear Strive, followed by Ratchet and Clank: A Rift Apart, and finally the release of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade (enhanced PS5 version). All three launched just a few […]Read more "Crazy June Launches – FFVII Intergrade, Ratchet and Clank, Guilty Gear Strive"
In recent years Roguelike games have become one of my favorite genres in video games. They task you with completing the game with just one life which is almost impossible. Once you die you lose everything and the whole game begins again. Thankfully they are not designed to mentally torture you, but instead challenge you […]Read more "Returnal: A Masterpiece Roguelike"
Since last years lockdown it became difficult to stay active and it was hard to create a routine that included working out time. Thankfully I was able to pick up an Oculus Quest and started getting into the realm of VR games. Enter in Beat Saber. At first the game felt like an interesting challenge […]Read more "Becoming A Beat Jedi: Mastering Beat Saber"
Today I wanted to write about a smaller video game that I normally would not have taken notice of, especially since I prefer more straight forward action games. I recently took a chance and purchased Grindstone on the Epic game store this past week during their Mega Sale. Grindstone is a game that really shocked […]Read more "Get The Grindstone! An Awesome Puzzle Battler"
The long awaited Biomutant has finally arrived and I am both happy and concerned about its launch. It has a bunch of interesting mechanics combined with a simple and engaging storyline, hybrid cartoony and realistic graphics, and a large open world. However, many gameplay elements were left feeling unpolished. The wonky controls didn’t completely turn […]Read more "BIOMUTANT: Another Great Concept With Odd Execution"
In recent years Capcom has done a phenomenal job of breathing life back into the Resident Evil franchise. The remakes of both Resident Evil 2 and 3 have been wildly successful and have proven Capcom knows now to properly launch a remake of a classic. The last game in the franchise: Resident Evil 7 Biohazard […]Read more "Resident Evil Village: A Sick Action Horror Experience"