The legend of Destiny is a tale of extremes. The game navigated the balance between dedicated adoration and overwhelming vitriol with a surprising amount of grace. Like pineapple on pizza or the Dallas Cowboys, it is impossible to pass Destiny by with nonchalance. Whether it buried its hooks deep into your soul or completely missed its mark, the game made a monumental mark on the gaming landscape and altered what we thought was possible from a console shooter. But this leaves its sequel in a precarious position.
Continue reading Destiny 2’s familiarity is essential, not disappointing
2017 has already seen some of the biggest releases of the year in a variety of genres. The trend of stellar releases continues in the month of May, with fighting games stepping up for action and ready to knock out any competitor. Continue reading Fighting Games Set to Dominate Month of May
NPD has released the sales results for the top 10 selling games for March and a surprise debut has claimed the top spot. The full list can be seen below, with three trends standing out to me. Continue reading Three Thoughts on March’s NPD Software Results
The British Academy Games Awards took place April 6th in London, England with a number of diverse games from last year being celebrated for their achievement. While award shows in general often result in much discussion about the merits of nominees/winners, they do serve an important function. Awards act as a spotlight and a reminder of great achievement in any particular year. The BAFTA Games Awards served this function and further illustrated the place smaller titles occupy alongside bigger block-buster games. Continue reading BAFTA 2017 Game Award Winners Serve as Snapshot of Gaming Industry
In 2016 the push to make VR popular in gaming was immense! Cheaper options like Google cardboard and Samsung Gear headsets were marketed heavily throughout the year. VR was the biggest, baddest kid on the block. Continue reading Is Gaming VR just a Fad?
To celebrate its retail release, Hitman has a new bonus mission and second difficulty option. Below are my thoughts. Continue reading Hitman: Landslide Mission and Pro Difficulty Impressions
As one of a select few Nintendo fans who were able to get hands-on time with the Nintendo Switch, I knew that I wanted to try the big three: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and Splatoon 2. Once I demoed those, I began exploring the lesser known titles. To my absolute delight, Snipperclips – Cut It Out, Together! quickly turned this not-so-known title into a top-tier demo experience.
Continue reading Hands-On Impressions of Snipperclips for Switch