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
A little game called Fallout 4 came out this week. You might have heard of it. I’ve been fairly obsessed with it all week, perhaps the first game I’ve decided to actively dedicate time to in the last few months. But as I’ve been playing it and reading reviews about it, a thought occurred to … More Why Do We Put up With Buggy Bethesda Games?
When it was announced Minecraft was getting a “Story Mode”, at first I didn’t know how to react. I wasn’t really surprised considering how popular the franchise has become over the last several years, but I always thought that the beauty of the game was it’s lack of linearity. Minecraft’s sole purpose is to build, and … More Minecraft: Story Mode Episode 1: The Order of the Stone Review
While it’s only a few months away, it’s hard to imagine that 2015 is almost over.This year has been pretty amazing for gaming. With amazing hits like Metal Gear Solid V, Bloodborne, and The Witcher 3 out already and the prospects of Fallout 4 looking very bright. With that said, there’s one genre that while … More 2016: The Year of the JRPG?
When one traditionally thinks of Final Fantasy, a few things come to mind. Moogles, Chocobos, ridiculous airships, even more ridiculous hairstyles, and some really big swords are just a few examples of some ideas that have for better or worse helped define the franchise. However, tropes like these are what has caused the series as a whole … More We Have Arrived: Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Review
Summer is over. Which means that it’s time to head back to school. If you’re like me and are long past your school days, you might look back at it with some form of nostalgia. However, that nostalgia turns to relief when you realize you don’t have to do it again. Going to school is a pain for … More After School Special: Top 3 Games with School Settings
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, the last chapter in Metal Gear Solid series (that we know of) is coming out on September 1st, 2015. At the time of writing this review, that’s only 4 days away. Now in a first for the series, a playable prologue was released to the public the year to wet … More Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Mini Review
So while I get around to writing the last post of my Austin journey and time at RTX, I just wanted to mention that I was invited by I a friend that I made in Austin to be on the Shifty Keys Podcast, a community podcast for Rooster Teeth. The episode I was on came … More First Time on The Shifty Keys Podcast
I read two articles today on Polygon that reaffirmed a question that’s been on my mind for most of the year. The first, was an article on how Dungeons & Dragons has found new life online through Youtube and Twitch streams and the success of 5th edition. The other was a feature piece on how … More Is Dungeons & Dragons Trendy?
When I was in high school, I was really interested in digital photography. While nowadays everyone just takes pictures with their cellphones, my Dad got me a digital camera before they became more common place. This was while I was in middle school, and my first digital camera was a point-and-shoot. It an Olympus Camedia … More Getting Back Into Digital Photography