Category Archives: Video Games

The Elder Scrolls Legends Review

Finally! I’ve been waiting weeks to share this review with all of you and that time has finally come. My application to the The Elder Scrolls: Legends Beta has been replied too. To be brief, this game doesn’t disappoint. As soon as I loaded up Legends,...


Hyper Light Drifter Review

Hyper Light Drifter is a game that is both beautifully simple and frighteningly complex. From the start of the game, you are challenged to find your way through the 2D world as you fight off relentless monsters armed with but a sword, a gun,...




Pokemon GO: What is Abstract Advertising?

When you think of mobile advertisements, I’m sure the first thing that came to your mind was annoying banner ads at the bottom of your screen. Or it is for me. But, in the case of Pokemon Go, Niantic Labs dropped another bomb shell this month...


Lifeless Planet Launches with Part of Profits Going to Education

Today the developer and now publishing studio, Serenity Forge, is launching their latest title, Lifeless Planet. In this exploration game, an astronaut is exploring a distant planet (taking 15 years at twice the speed of light to get there). Only upon arrival discovering that it...


Meet Ana, Overwatch’s Newest Hero

Well Anna isn’t actually new in terms of the Overwatch lore, however, she is the newest sniper that was announced today. Not only is she expanding the very large database of current heroes, she is also Pharah’s mother. We would love to see an...


Team Fortress 2: Meet Your Match

“TEAM PYRO!” That’s what you will be hearing kids shouting into their microphones for days to come. Speaking of things to come, the new Team Fortress 2 update has come to Steam and brought with it a new interface for TF2 that might be overwhelming at...


The Video Games of Anime Expo 2016

Last year when I visited Anime Expo, I didn’t have the time to set down and play the video games on display because my focus was on attending panels. For Anime Expo 2016, I decided to correct that mistake, and so I set out to...


One Piece Burning Blood Review

Over the past few years, I’ve been revisiting the anime and manga of my youth. One of the titles that I revisited and have since stuck with is One Piece. There’s a simple reason for that, it’s a damn good story, with damn good writing. The world...


The Newest Trailer for Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness is Here

Today, publisher NIS America released a new trailer for the upcoming Psycho-Pass title, called PSYCHO-PASS: Mandatory Happiness. The trailer highlights some of the characters and situations that the player may experience during the game. The game itself launches on September 13th, 2016. As we can see from...


Top Seven Titles Announced at E3 2016

To put things lightly, this year’s E3 has not been a disappointment. (To be fair, that’s been true for the past few years.) As always, there was an absolute cavalcade of content shown at this year’s event. So much so that writing an article...


Slim Xbox One Unveiled

Those paying attention to E3 this year were given a preview to the newly announced Xbox One. Dubbed the Xbox One S, this new version is smaller and supposedly has a higher range for its controllers. Check out the preview (and announcement) video below:...


Valkyria Chronicles Remastered Review

For a game that has been out for nearly a decade, the time came for it to finally receive an HD remastered edition for the current consoles. Albeit, it may only be on Play Station 4, but that doesn’t make the latest and polished version...


Plastic Memories to Become a Visual Novel

Japanese game developer 5pb. has confirmed that it will be creating a visual novel adaptation to Plastic Memories! Naotaka Hayashi, writer of Steins;Gate (one of my absolute favorite series), is on board to aid in the production of the title. While we’re waiting on lots...