Hello again gamers! As most of you already know, God of War is one of my most favorite video games of all time. I won’t go back into my history with the game again, but long story short, I’ve been waiting on GOW Ragnarok for a very long time. Although, I won’t lie, I started […]Read more "God Of War Ragnarok"
What’s up gamers! A week ago the second open beta for Modern Warfare 2 launched and I was able to get some hands on time with the game. This time around it feels like there’s something special added to the awesome sauce that makes Call of Duty so great. Somehow, Infinity Ward has been able […]Read more "Modern Warfare II: Open Beta Gameplay – First Impressions"
What’s up gamers! A about a month ago I received my pre-ordered Steam Deck after a WHOLE YEAR of waiting, almost to the day. Now that the wait is over, discovering all the features the Deck has to offer has been both incredibly fun and somewhat challenging. However, what works well, makes the Steam Deck […]Read more "The Steam Deck Has Finally ARRIVED! First Month Breakdown"
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???"
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"
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"
This week Dragon Ball FighterZ released their newest character: Gogeta SS4 and it just became fully available to everyone 2 days ago. I had the opportunity to use him in game and he is one of the most fun characters to play overall. It seems Arc System Works wanted to have a little more fun […]Read more "Dragon Ball FighterZ: Gogeta SS4 Is Crazy!"
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"
With each passing year, the trend of remaking old video games is becoming more and more popular. As time goes on, older games keep popping up with a “Definitive Edition” or “Remastered” tag slapped under the title. Is this because it’s easier to create updated versions of older games? Or are developers simply out of […]Read more "Another Blast From The Past: Are Game Developers Out Of New Ideas?"