Initially my expectations were through the roof for Battlefield 2042, especially considering how much fun the open beta was. Unfortunately the final release has been one of the largest disappointments this year. Between the sheer lack of content and the mountain of technical issues, Battlefield 2042 is a giant unfinished mess. As a longtime fan […]Read more "What The Heck Happened To Battlefield 2042???"
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"
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"
Last week I was able to play the highly anticipated Outriders demo and it left me with some mixed thoughts about the experience and where I think the demo can improve for the final release. For those who don’t know, Outriders is the new third person class based coop action shooter being developed by Polish […]Read more "Outriders Demo: Great Ideas But Weak Execution"
Recently I’ve found my interests in games are changing. Due to the events of last year, things have caused me to spend more time alone and in that isolation, I found myself learning to appreciate different things including different kinds of video games. During those quarantine months I got into VR games (which initially I […]Read more "My Confidence Journey: Learning To Appreciate A Great Fighter"
Hey Everybody, I have been MIA for over a full year and my goodness it feels great to be writing again. I have had a ton of craziness happen in this past year and a big reason why I haven’t posted anything in such a long time is because of my new job and as well […]Read more "My Top 5 Games For 2019"
Impending third-person open-world role-player Horizon Zero Dawn looks absolutely groundbreaking. Guerrilla Games (the studio behind the Killzone series) is taking a bold risk stepping into open-world territory. At times, Horizon looks like an animated movie rather than a game, and it is nothing short of exhilarating. The public’s response has been overwhelmingly positive, and fans […]Read more "Guerrilla Games’ Journey To Creating ‘Horizon Zero Dawn’"