Trevor Anderson enters a world of survival horror in Capcom’s newest entry Resident Evil 7. Continue reading Resident Evil VII Video Review
The Last Guardian was so disappointing for me; it’s a decent enough game that feels like it could’ve been amazing. The gameplay had me controller throwing mad at points, but the storyline saved me from dropping out before it’s conclusion. It’s a game I can’t guarantee you’ll love or hate, but I can promise you’ll understand both sides of the argument. There’s no real reason … Continue reading The Last Guardian Video Review
Disco Dodgeball is a game that anyone who enjoys first person shooters should honestly consider. Sadly, there’s not a huge fan base with this game, but the ones that are there are friendly and supportive, and there’s a nice catalogue of guides to help you learn the ropes. It’s non-stop frantic fun that gets more rewarding as you become a stronger droid, and nothing tops … Continue reading Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball Video Review
Simply put, Final Fantasy XV doesn’t feel originally inspired, and after ten years of development I expect more than a regrouping of ideas from other successful games. While it’s simplistic and fun battle system has me excited for Kingdom Hearts 3 and the Final Fantasy 7 remake, it’s overly simplistic and uninspired approach leaves nothing to strategize or contemplate. It feels like a stepping stone … Continue reading Final Fantasy XV Video Review
As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster… In a game. Not in real life- that’d be just terrifying. But, if there were one thing that always came in a close second, it would be taking on an alien invasion. I know, I was a weird child. Well, I guess my dreams are finally coming true because a game … Continue reading You’re a Monochrome Gangster Battling Colorful Monsters In ‘Timothy vs The Aliens’
“[Digital Homicide] had a history of shady and dishonest behavior. I will not deny the pleasure I take in sticking it to them, but their name is mud for a reason, and people deserve to know who’s really selling them products.” – Jim Sterling on his ask.fm according to Plaintiff’s complaint. We are watching a legal case that might have deeper ramifications than anyone had … Continue reading Does Digital Homicide Have A Case Against Jim Sterling?
A Look At The Absence Of Objectivism Between Games Journalists And Their Readers “Can I give you a Christmas card? Well, generally I think most people would say a Christmas card would not necessarily make you bias in some way. Can I give you a gift of some value? Well, maybe- but how much value? Can I give you a ruler that had my company’s … Continue reading Conflicted Interests In Videogame Journalism