My fellow gamers and followers of my blog, I want to extend an apology for being inactive for the past few months. After a year and half of being unemployed I finally got a call to come back to work and I’ve been getting back into the groove one day at a time. There’s been […]Read more "Getting Back Into The Groove – First Quarter 2022 Thoughts"
Recently, I took some time to replay God of War (2018) again and it reminded me of the impact the story had on me the first time around. Seeing the game again reignited a fire within me to push forward and try to get into the field of video game development, and it even led […]Read more "Why God Of Wars Most Powerful Moment Meant So Much To Me"
Earlier this month Call Of Duty Vanguard launched and with it some really impressive new features and experiences. It offers a brilliantly written character focused campaign that is reminiscent of a film or TV series. While its setting is nothing new for the franchise, Sledgehammer Games has done a fantastic job of presenting the time […]Read more "Call Of Duty Vanguard Has Arrived! Review"
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"
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"
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"
These last few weeks there has been a ton of news surrounding the newest co-op looter shooter Outriders and the insane amount of issues players are experiencing. Seeing the amount of complaints surrounding the launch has helped me realize that there is a crazy trend going on with bigger developers putting out semi-polished or unfinished […]Read more "Outriders And The Disaster Of Unpolished AAA Games"