Category Archives: Video Games

SGDQ 2018 Wrap-Up

Introduction Summer Games Done Quick is a yearly event that live streams people speedrun video games in a marathon for charity. Speedrunning has become widely known as the act of playing video games as fast as possible within the limits of the chosen category....


E3 2018 Wrap-Up

E3 2018 has ended and it was a blast. Each conference was satisfying, for the most part. Let’s take this time to look over the highlights and biggest titles of the event. Nintendo is the most highly anticipated conference every year, for me. This...


Pokémon Quest Review

The night of May 29, 2018 was a pretty crazy night for video game fans. That night saw the random launch of Pokémon Quest, a new free-to-start video game. In traditional free-to-play style, players can play the game without paying, it will just take longer than...


Fallout 76 – A New Fallout

At the end of a surprise live stream, Bethesda Softworks announced Fallout 76. Next to nothing is known about this Fallout, however it’s features vault dwellers from Vault 76 and there have been rumors that it’s an online game of sorts. If Bethesda chooses...


Where’s Kingdom Hearts 3?

Where the heck is Kingdom Hearts 3? Kingdom Hearts is a miracle. What started out as a plan for a Super Mario 64 clone with Disney characters expanded into the hodgepodge of Disney, Final Fantasy, and battle of hearts we know now. it’s been more than a...


Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery Review

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery was released by Jam City, Inc. and Warner Bros. for mobile devices on April 25, 2018. On the Google Play store, the game has already earned over 760,000 downloads. It has largely been a success thus far. The game is...


Fire Emblem Heroes: Patch 2.3

At the beginning of March, patch 2.3 of Fire Emblem Heroes went live. This juggernaut of a phone game has been going strong for over a year and this newest patch to the game indicates one of the major reasons why. The Early Days...


PAX South 2018 Indie Game Highlights

During the second weekend of January, the 4th annual PAX South took place at the Henry B. Gonzales Center in San Antonio, Texas. In case you are unfamiliar with PAX, it stands for Penny Arcade Expo. Reed Exhibitions hosts six conventions around various parts...


Aftercharge Alpha Impressions

On January 26, 2018, Chainsawesome Games held an event for an updated alpha version of Aftercharge on Steam for 12 hours. I had the privilege to be apart of this event, so I streamed it and have a follow up gameplay video you can...


Lost Sphear Review

Lost Sphear is an RPG released by Square Enix on the Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, and PC in the U. S. on January 23, 2018. It was originally released in Japan at the end of 2017. This is a spoiler-free review of the game...


A Case of Distrust Review

A Case of Distrust is your typical detective game where the goal is to solve mysteries by gathering as much information and evidence as possible. It plays as a point-and-click type of game set in the early 1900s. An important side note; this is a...


Pokemon Ultrasun and Ultramoon Review: Revisiting Alola

Pokémon Ultramoon/Ultrasun is the newest duo of games in the Pokémon series.  Set on the island chain of Alola, this is a retelling of the original generation seven games.  With an expanded Pokedex and a few changes from the original games, Ultramoon/Ultrasun has plenty...


Mario Party: The Top 100 Review

Nintendo has released 14 Mario Party games up until 2017. Now, at the end of the year, they give us a new addition to the franchise, Mario Party: The Top 100. It’s their 15th game and it’s almost been a full 20 years since...


Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Review

The new Animal Crossing game for mobile phone released on November 21, 2017. It’s the first mobile game for the series and the fourth one officially published by Nintendo. I’m a big Animal Crossing fan so the release of its first mobile game is of...


Dreamhack Denver 2017 Thoughts and Impressions

Starting on a blunt note; I had a hell of a time at Dreamhack Denver 2017 and I’d love to see the convention return next year. If possible for you, I definitely recommend checking it out next year if you have the chance. There...