This conference was more or less created through emotion and the need to save face from an otherwise horrific year. The conference started out with a pretty cool Augmented Reality teaser of Anthem in which a couple of Javelins take on a giant monster. This made the game feel more and more like a Destiny … Continue reading EA Press Conference Reaction
First of all, I would like to just thank all of you that have stuck with me while I work out some of the major changes in my life. Since I started this blog, I have gotten very encouraging words from fellow writers and have participated in some great challenges that have helped me to … Continue reading I’m Not Gone…Just Busy
Thanks to Kim over at Later Levels for the question!
This is my submission to Adventure Rules Charming and Open Community Event. Enjoy!
There is no denying that video games have come a long way. Some of the first video games that I played are now being produced for handheld systems at a fraction of the cost that my parents spent in order for me to enjoy the 16 bit masterpieces. As time presses on, technology doubles and … Continue reading Are Video Games Worth $60?
Recently, EA and Ubisoft have had the spot light on their companies due to a growing interest in a loot boxes and the overall shadiness of it. Loot boxes are nothing more then just another way to get gamers to spend a little extra money on a game that they like in order to feel … Continue reading Thoughts on Loot Boxes
As of today, Aaryn Flynn will no longer be the general manager of Bioware and will actually be leaving the company completely. In a blog post written by Flynn on the official Bioware website, Flynn talks about wanting to move on and try new things. He says he has been thinking about this change for awhile … Continue reading Bioware Under New/Old Management
With the release of Crash Bandicoot: N Sane Trilogy, rumors have begun making the rounds that more platforming games form the 90s will be making a return. For me, these games were easily 80% of the games that I played as a child. Games like Banjo-Kazooie, Conker’s Bad Fur Day, and Spyro would take up … Continue reading Thoughts On Remasters and Remakes
You watch a trailer, read reviews, watch the gameplay, and wait for your chance to play the next big game. You have been counting down the days and wondering if the game is going to hold up to all of your expectations. You go to pick it up at midnight and awkwardly wait in line … Continue reading Living In A Broken Age
In 1986, five brothers founded a video game company that would one day be a staple brand within the gaming community. From their first game Zombi, made in 1987, to their most recent installment in the Tom Clancy Saga, Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Ubisoft has delighted us with stories and characters that will last for all … Continue reading Can Ubisoft Be Redeemed In 2017?