For those of you who don’t know this about me, I happen to really appreciate Japanese culture. I appreciate the beautiful historic artwork, the delicious food, the stunning craftsmanship in ancient weaponry, the legends of bold samurai and ronin, and traditions of upholding family honor. Ghost Of Tsushima delivers all of these things in a […]
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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 […]
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E3 was pretty unbalanced this year with most of the presentations revealing underwhelming announcements. It was when Sony began their press conference that E3 truly felt like E3. Sony’s presentation focused on the best and brightest new video games and it felt like there was something new for everyone. Sony stole the spotlight this year […]
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Hello Everyone! Street Fighter V is finally here and holy crap after all the hype, it was a pretty unsuccessful launch day. My first impressions of the game were hugely mixed of both super excitement and massive palm-to-face frustration at the same time. As the game first starts (without having any options to cancel) it […]
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