When I was a kid, I wasn’t nearly half as clever or as sociable as my 7-year-old niece, Lyla. Continue reading “An Interview With My 7-Year-Old Niece”
You would often use words like stealth, survival and linearity to describe games of the Metal Gear series, although Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain took a different direction, offering an open world, action-adventure type of game with an emphasis on player choice. Continue reading “Cop or Nah? Metal Gear Solid V”
Blue Reflection marks a slight departure for Koei Tecmo’s generally JRPG-focused division Gust. It partially foregoes the fantastical setting of their previous titles like Atelier and Nights of Azure and instead opts to tell the bulk of its story via a high school in modern-day Japan.
When talking about Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, you’re not exactly at a loss for material to excitedly gush to your friends about. Continue reading “Exploring Nintendo’s Unruly Relationship With Memes”
In it’s revitalized form, the Xcom series has thrived, in no small part due to the punishing difficulty, thankfully retained from the series’ 90s heyday. Continue reading “XCOM: UTM’s Enemies List”
When Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator was initially revealed back on Father’s Day (of course) this year, it’s not entirely conjecture to state that a lot of people were sceptical of the title upon its reveal. Continue reading “Dream Daddy & The Future Of YouTuber Gaming Collaborations”
Hello everyone and welcome to my hot take on an issue that has been written about so many times, and yet, here we are.