Hey guys! A couple days ago, I went to Sask Expo with some friends and had a ton of fun! I thought I’d share some photos of my friend and I at this convention. Keep in mind that he gave me full permission to share these. I’ll be sure to post pics of the convention … More Photos From Sask Expo 2017, Featuring Syrup and Friends!
When it comes to video-games, it’s hard to top a good “Indie” game. A game made by a small team of developers, but made with a ton of love for the genre its based off of. The “Triple A” market always tends to cater more towards popular trends in gaming. Meanwhile, Indie games pretty much … More My Favorite Indie Game: Mount & Blade Warband
It’s hard to believe that it has been over a decade since Monster Hunter first hit store shelves. Since then, the series has been host to a ton of sequels and spin-offs. Almost all spin-offs have yet to receive an American release. Since the games never sold well in America for the longest time, it … More First Impressions: Monster Hunter Stories Demo Review
When it comes to RPGs, I tend to consider myself a “connoisseur” of them. I play a ton of RPGs, both old and new. It’s my favorite genre, and it’s no surprise that some of my favorite RPGs have shown up on Nintendo consoles. However, a ton of them are fairly obscure. This is probably … More The Treasure Trove of Hidden Gems: Nintendo’s Obscure RPGs
I’ll admit something, I’ve never been a fan of Nintendo’s “Miis”. For over three console generations, Nintendo has tried to push these customize-able avatars onto its audience. This on its own isn’t bad, but Nintendo kept trying to make these paper-doll characters a household name. They were in several games, including ones where they were … More First Impressions: Miitopia
In about a month or two, a new Monster Hunter game (or new to the West, at least) will be hitting store shelves. This game is known as “Monster Hunter Stories”. This game marks a large departure from the classic Monster Hunter formula. In this spinoff game, you actually befriend the monsters and can fight … More Is Monster Hunter Stories Worth Getting?
I’ve made it no secret that I love cartoons! Despite not growing up with Cartoon Network, I grew up with all the various shows that the channel created. I’m talking Cow & Chicken, Sheep In The Big City, Ben 10, Samurai Jack, and many others. For some reason or another, I was never super interested … More The Return of Cartoon Network’s FusionFall
Who loves Pac-Man? Who loves Dig-Dug? Who loves a ton of awesome Japanese games only 5 people have played? That would be me! I’m a huge fan of the game company known as “Bandai-Namco”. They’ve produced countless good games over the years, some of which are my personal favorites! So, I thought that it would … More Top 5 Bandai-Namco Published Games
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