By Henry Lopez 2017 has been quite the interesting year for gaming. What started off as what people were calling the greatest year in gaming history given some of the masterful titles that came out during the first half of the year quickly spiraled into to a sea of controversy coming from all angles. Ranging […]Read more "Top 10 Games of 2017"
By Henry Lopez The past couple of years have been quite eventful for Nintendo’s Fire Emblem franchise. Several different main games and crossovers have been released, and finally, the franchise has seemed to have found its footing here in the west. This year alone there have been three different Fire Emblem games released. One of […]Read more "War Ensemble: Fire Emblem Warriors Review"
By Henry Lopez For me, England’s Ninja Theory has been one of the most interesting game developers of the last ten years. They always seemed to be on the cutting edge when it came to game design. All their major releases have ranged from good to great, but for one reason or another, they never […]Read more "The Darkness Within: Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice review"
By Henry Lopez It’s time for a confession. I never played Gone Home, the much-beloved debut game from indie developer Fullbright. It’s not like I wasn’t interested, in fact, it was quite the opposite. I actually own the game, but for one reason or another, I never got around […]Read more "The Space Between Spaces: Tacoma Review"
By Henry Lopez I have noticed a very interesting trend happening over the past couple of years when it comes to gaming, that trend being that Japanese game development seems to be on the upswing. It was not too long ago when gamers and even other developers where talking about the sad state that Japanese […]Read more "Reform Society: Persona 5 review"
By Henry Lopez Guerilla Games has always been one of the more interesting studios working for Sony. Making a name for themselves with the Killzone franchise, they always seemed like they were on the cusp of a big break. While the Killzone games were always very solid shooters, they could never quite live up to […]Read more "AN ICON IS BORN: HORIZON ZERO DAWN REVIEW"
By Brian Mannell “Reality is that which, when you start believing in it, doesn’t go away.” Phillip K. Dick SOMA began with a quote from Phillip K. Dick (an American author and philosopher who wrote stories using philosophical, sociological, and metaphysical themes), which set the pace for what I think is one of the better […]Read more "The Horror Of Existence: SOMA Review"