While The Mario Brothers might have dominance when it comes to Nintendo’s platforms, back in the days of the N64 there was another platforming duo that was giving them a run for their money in the late 90s. I’m of course talking about bear and bird duo, Banjo & Kazooie. While they only released Banjo-Kazooie two … More Yooka-Laylee is Banjo-Kazooie (For Better or Worse)
I’m beginning to wonder if We Happy Few isn’t a giant metaphor for recreational drug use to get through life. Because much to my disappointment, after I played a couple of hours of We Happy Few, I wondered if the whole experience would have been more enjoyable if I had some “Joy” of my own … More We Happy Few Isn’t a Joy to Play… Yet
Space: the final frontier. Except, if you’re an entry in the Star Trek franchise then space usually isn’t very mysterious. Over the past 50 years, various incarnations of the Enterprise and her crew have been exploring the so-called “final frontier” on behalf of the Federation. From the original series to the next generation and a … More Star Trek Beyond Review: Where No One Has Gone Before
One of the games I purchased during the last Steam summer sale was Age of Mythology: Extended Edition, essentially an “HD remaster” of the original game. It’s been 14 years since the release of the original Age of Mythology, and I have fond memories of playing it when I was a kid. So it should be … More To Remaster or Not Remaster?
When Pokémon Red & Blue were released in North America back in the late 90s, several news outlets referred to the obsession that kids (myself included) had for the game as “Pokémania.” You could put the name Pokémon on pretty much anything at would be relatively successful, officially licensed or not. I know that my … More Learning to Pokéwalk: Pokémon Go First Impressions
Disclaimer: This review is spoiler-free, as not knowing the secrets of INSIDE will allow you to enjoy the game to the fullest. Before we can talk about INSIDE, we have to talk about the game that made INSIDE possible. It wasn’t that long ago that independent game studio Playdead was an entirely unknown quantity instead … More Why I Love INSIDE (and Maybe Fear Dogs Now): A Review
Overwatch is perhaps the first game in a long time to keep me playing long after it’s launch. It’s true that it’s only been over a month, but these days most games keep occupied for a week or two before I move on to the next thing. Probably helps that several of my friends … More Overwatch Season 1: Tough Competition and I’m Still Terrible
Hey, Everyone! To be honest, June 2016 was a bit of a mixed bag. While E3 this year was incredibly exciting and the weather in Toronto has been quite beautiful, on a personal level it was filled with its fair share of ups and downs. So for the most part, I’m glad June is over … More Blog Update: Blog and Chill (Alternate Subtitle: For the Lulls)