I love open-world games, specifically open-world RPGs. Role-playing games just feel good with a lot of open areas to fully explore. The problem with open-world RPGs is that they have a fair bit of problems, some of which have persisted with the genre since their inception in the 90s. To be fair though, I’ve seen … More Personal Thoughts: What Makes a Great Open-World RPG?
Having just talking about the oddity that was the Batman OnStar commercials, I thought I’d discuss another oddball advertisement. I’m of course talking about the often forgotten original trailer for Phantasy Star Online. Back in the day when a game was coming out, you were usually given a trailer that was mostly gameplay. Nowadays, you … More Weird Commercials From The 90s: Phantasy Star Online
It’s that time of year again, the time when we get yet another Batman film! Well, Justice League won’t be just a Batman film, but feature a wide number of superheroes. However, Batman will be a huge selling point of the film, without a doubt. In fact, Batman can pretty much sell any product. Want … More My Favorite Series of Commercials Ever: OnStar’s Batman
Yep, I’m talking about Dragon Ball again! This is series that I really can’t get enough of, though I’m not as big into it was I was in the 90s. The 90s was definitely the height of Dragon Ball’s popularity in the West. Sure, it’s still popular in North America today, but nowhere as much … More Looking Back At The Dragon Ball Craze of The 90s
Hey everyone, I started my week off yesterday. I’ve been posting a lot more recently, and I hope to post a ton more over this following week. I’ve got a ton of projects planned that I want to wrap up this week, and I hope you all enjoy what I’m cooking up. I’ve got reviews, … More Starting My Week Off!
Something that has been making the rounds recently was Bethesda’s controversial Creation Club. This was something announced at E3 last month, and since then has continued to gain infamy with the gaming community. For those of you who don’t know, the Creation Club are a bunch of modders and programmers who are getting paid by … More My Thoughts On Bethesda’s “Creation Club”
You know what one of the toughest jobs is? In my opinion, it’s being a firefighter. You always need to be on standby, you deal with destruction and possibly death on a daily basis, and you need to be extremely prepared for any situation that may cause a problem. Much like most extremely dangerous professions, … More Games That Should Be Remade: Burning Rangers
In this age of superhero films and cartoons, one may think that massive multiplayer experiences based on said genre would be commonplace. At current, there are only 2 large American superhero MMORPGs running: Champions Online and DC Universe Online. These games definitely have their moments, but fail to compare to the godfather of all massively … More City of Heroes NEEDS To Make a Comeback
It’s hard to believe, but Canada turned 150 today. It was a momentous occasion for a lot of people, including my. It’s been 150 years since Canada became independent, and it truly is a great country. When I was a younger, I didn’t have a whole lot of pride in my country. Growing up has … More Happy Canada Day, Y’all!
Back in the 90s and early 2000s, I thought E3 was one of the coolest things ever. I mean, you have games that are previewed 1-2 years in advance for all to see! Some games end up cancelled after E3, but those rare few who got to play those beta builds of said cancelled games … More E3 2017: A Really Good Comedy Act