This is really a strange topic to write about, mostly because it feels silly that it needs to be written about at all. How a consumer should use a review isn’t complicated. Yet there is some new controversy surrounding reviews every time a big new game releases.
The Steam game Festival is active for a few more days and I’ve dug into the massive amount of demos available to pick out five more I think are worth checking out. At the very least you might gain a few additions to your wishlist.
My crazy Steam Game Festival Adventure continues as I catalog my thoughts on five more demos that tickled my fancy. If you’re here, you should be at the Steam Game Festival instead, but check out my thoughts anyway. Maybe I can push you toward a particular demo. If the event is over by the time you read this then perhaps I can help you fatten up that wishlist. What’s on the game festival menu today?
Holy mother of demos Batman. There is an insane number of game demos available to be played until June 22nd during the Steam Game Festival.
If you are one of those people that enjoys going on the internet to complain about how long, drawn-out, or packed with dull side quests open-world games are. I have a patented foolproof, risk-free solution that is guaranteed to work with a 100% success rate.
Hey folks, I don’t have any reviews or fancy game lists ready today, but I want to provide a small update anyway. The Pandemic is affecting everyone and everything. I’m fortunate enough to not be deeply impacted yet, but it’s still early. The nature of the situation has slowed me down however, simply due to priorities. My content, reviews, lists, and articles are still coming. Just a bit slower than normal.
This isn’t a review of Foxhole, but I want to talk about it anyway. I discovered it through a friend a few days ago and picked it up on a whim because it’s currently on sale for 10.99$ On Steam. I’ve got so much more to experience in Foxhole, but I can say it was already money well spent.
I am a very loud advocate of difficulty settings in games. Having access to a wide variety of user-controlled settings guarantees the best possible experience
I’m 31, I’ve been gaming since I was a wee-lad. In that time I’ve witnessed all kinds of debates about gaming as a whole. This is one of the strangest. I never thought I’d need to write an article where I say that Video Games need to be fun. That’s kind of assumed? Cars need to drive, Boats need to float. Entertainment products need to entertain.
Paradox Interactive let fly a ton of new game announcements at PDXCon. I’ve compiled a list of them together with their trailers and some of my thoughts.
I tried to avoid this topic when Sekiro first released, but it has continually come up throughout the industry over and over again and it will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Before I share my perspective of the matter, let’s blow some minds right out of the gate.
First of all, I want to stress the fact that you should never take a score at face value. The context written in a review is really important and any reviewer worth their salt should have outlined reasons why a score was given.
I recently wrote an article about Monster Hunter where I displayed some aggressive opinions on the game’s lack of challenge compared to past titles. Monster Hunter World Iceborne is releasing on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on September 6th and a free beta just went live. Here are my impressions.
While we have witnessed a lot of remakes, remasters and even sequels to games a decade old. There are still some gems that are close to my heart that are lost to me. Here are some classic games that I’d love to either see remakes or remasters of, or even a sequel on new hardware.
While it is still a great game. Capcom may have alienated its core fans to make mainstream concessions.
The survival Sandbox may not be the trendy genre they once were, but there still exists a fanbase who really enjoy them, myself included. That said, they have traditionally come with a large number of issues. This has made some of them difficult for many players to enjoy.