Once upon a time... oh who am I kidding, that was last year. I wrote a little piece about my backlog and how I was going to finish every game on it. I was going to conquer each of the games that had eluded me, or lost my interest. I was going to be disciplined … Continue reading F*** The Backlog!
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Release Date: May 5, 2015 Developer: MachineGames Publisher: Bethesda Platform Reviewed: Playstation 4 (Playstation Store) Although Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is the second game released in the recent Wolfenstein reboot, it actually tells of the events prior to The New Order. This makes it an interesting game to start the series with to … Continue reading Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review – Bite Sized Gory Fun!
Over the past while, I've started growing my Blu-ray collection. Back in the day, you bought a Blu-ray and that was it. What I'm noticing now, much to my surprise, is Blu-rays are often packed in these combo releases. Meaning, you don't just get the Blu-ray, but possibly the DVD copy or even a digital … Continue reading Are Movies Doing It Right? + Giveaway
Have you ever had that moment where you are playing or talking video games, and you suddenly can't tell reality from the virtual world? I certainly have over the years, and instead of making me feel weird or worried, they've actually lead to some great laughs that I'd love to share. Back in the day, … Continue reading Blurring The Line Between Video Games and Reality
No, this post isn't about the super catchy Olivia Newton-John song. It's actually about a recent change of heart I've gone through about how I collect my games. It all started with me building my shelf for my Blu-ray and DVD collection in my basement. I've had my DVDs and Blu-rays in garbage bags for … Continue reading Let’s Get Physical!
After the completion of God of War, it was only natural I scoped out and took on my next big game. Last December, I picked up Xenoblade Chronicles 2 but it quickly fell out of my line up of games. I felt it was a combination of a couple things. First off, there were simply … Continue reading A Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Nap Is Just What I Needed
In episode 5, we talk about a bit of Pokemon news, my early thoughts of God of War and finally finishing Mass Effect Andromeda. We close the show talking some Smash Bros and which characters I want to see in the new game.
Splatoon 2 Release Date: July 21, 2017 Developer: Nintendo Publisher: Nintendo Platforms: Nintendo Switch (eShop) Price: $59.99 USD It's been almost a year since it's release, and Splatoon 2 remains at the top of best titles available on the Nintendo Switch. There's always been much reason to come back to this messy filled pile of … Continue reading Splatoon 2 Review – Messy Messy Fun
Masters of Anima Release Date: April 10, 2018 Developer: Passtech Games Publisher: Focus Home Interactive Platforms: Nintendo Switch (eShop), PC (Steam), PS4 (Playstation Store), Xbox One (Microsoft Store) Price: $19.99 USD Masters of Anima is a neat little game out from Passtech Games. It's a game that meshes elements of two notable and popular games … Continue reading Masters of Anima Review – A Nice Blend of Genres
Healer's Quest Release Date: April 18, 2018 Developer: Rablo Games Publisher: Rablo Games Platforms: PC (Steam) Price: $14.99 USD Out from Rablo games is one of the more unique games I've played in a while. If you're someone who's played the support healer role, or sympathize for our squishy cloth covered friends who manage to keep our health … Continue reading Healer’s Quest Review – So You Want To Be A Healer Eh?