Video-game reviews have been around for decades, first existing within the confines of gaming magazines. It wasn’t uncommon to spot reviews of recently released titles in the pages of Nintendo Power, PCGamer, or Electronic Gaming Monthly. In the 90s, gaming started to become more mainstream and extend beyond the printed page. As a result, gaming-related […]Read More Gaming In The Clinton Years: The Tommy Wiseau of Game Reviews
When it comes to video-games, there’s a lot of things that can lead a series to success. Be it unique gameplay quirks, tons of content, or just a really nice visual style. A good selling point for a game is the protagonist you get to play as. A lot of games will often give you […]Read More Which Is Better In Video-Games: Custom Characters, or Pre-Made Heroes?
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 […]Read More Personal Thoughts: What Makes a Great Open-World RPG?
So, lately I’ve been getting into Tron: Uprising. It’s this really unique and well thought-out animated series with a refreshing art and animation style. It’s got a deep lore, and manages to stand apart from the films and be its own unique thing. With the Tron series, there are a fair bit of iterations and […]Read More Games That Should Totally Happen: Tron MMORPG
I’ll be honest, I’m not game developer. I know a lot about games, but I’m no beta tester or programmer. However, I do like to muse from time to time on potential game ideas. I know these will never be picked up, but I think it’s still something fun to talk about. So, one idea […]Read More Video-Game Idea #1: Imagine Lords: War Of Renewal