The moment the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy was announced, I was ecstatic but wary. This was a game series that defined a good chunk of my childhood, so I was terrified of it potentially being butchered for the sake of a dollar. Or several.
However, that didn’t stop me from pre-ordering the game, and staring at the countdown timer daily as I waited to relive memories from my childhood. An added bonus however, was the Playstation theme packs you were able to access prior to the game going live. Continue reading “Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy First Thoughts”
Have you ever looked at your collection and realized how many games you actually really had, even though it doesn’t feel like that much?
Ever sit there and calculate the costs, and actually cringe a little at how much you’ve spent up to now?
Then a summer sale *coughs*steam*coughs* or any sale throws any and all logic out the window. Because you really can’t beat those deals, amiright?
However, I did finally sit down to give a good look at how many games I still have to play.
I was actually unimpressed with the fact that I own so many games that I haven’t touched. And yet … I’ve purchased more. Continue reading “Games, Games Everywhere.”
It was a dark and stormy night.
Well, not when I had gone to bed – although it was dark. But there was that day that we had this insane thunderstorm pop up at like 5 am. It lit up the entire house like a Roman Candle. I had gone to get a drink, but there was no light in the kitchen. Or anywhere else in the house, for that matter. Until the lightning struck again. Then the house was briefly illuminated with an electric blue hue until it went black as quickly as it was lit. Continue reading “Thunderstorms and Heart Failure”
I’ve started playing Mass Effect: Andromeda on my PlayStation 4. I haven’t delved very deeply into the game yet, but I have one thing to gripe about that I haven’t seen anywhere else (I haven’t exactly scoured the ‘net for this info, either) –
For a game that takes place on a current generation console in an era of great science and technological marvels that we can only dream of, I am deeply disappointed that you can’t pause the game unless your character is doing absolutely nothing.
Color me unimpressed at this lack of forethought.
I know I’m a bit late with this, but bear with me; I haven’t had a ton of time to write lately (I still have other posts to get up and out of the way and I’m also working on voice overs for a Fallout 4 mod) but I wanted to at least shout out Horizon Zero Dawn – the game that has had a monopoly on my spare time.
Horizon Zero Dawn – at a first glance – seems like a generic game with lush landscapes and a rugged female lead. While playing it, it has common ground with games like Tomb Raider (the reboot, at least) and Uncharted. Don’t let similarities fool you – this title stands on its own and shines for miles.
Continue reading “Horizon Zero Dawn: First Impression (mild early story spoilers)”
Datamine, returning character, new enemies, and more.
While perusing the internet looking for anything new about the upcoming RE7 DLC content, I found a lot of theories – and quite a bit of information. While some of it is most likely speculation, there is also a lot of information that can go either way. Everything from here on out is strictly labeled as a SPOILER so don’t read on if you don’t wish to be spoiled. Continue reading “Resident Evil 7: Not A Hero DLC Leaked Info”