[Column] The state of gaming

Recently, Ubisoft announced they were going to take some time off from making the Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry game series in order to “polish and innovate.” While this is a noble idea, I feel that it is something that is directly tied to how Read More …

Pokemon Go Indy event attracts more than 5,000 fans

On July 23, 2016, gamers of all ages gathered at White River State Park in order to “catch ’em all!” The event, created initially on Facebook, was successfully organized by Jake Waddell and received support from Pop Con. The event itself,  with all its proceeds, Read More …

[Review] Unravel

Unravel (2016) is an adorable puzzle/platformer developed by Coldwood Interactive and is available on Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC. Players take control of Yarny, a little character made entirely out of red yarn, and navigate levels as you collect memories to put into a Read More …

Smite World Championships

From January 7-10, the Smite World Championships were hosted in Atlanta, Georgia. Nine teams from all around the globe came out swinging for the title and the grand prize of $150,000 in the rising star of a Multiplayer Online Battle Arena(MOBA), Smite! The initial placement Read More …

Gaming on a Budget: Outlast

I’m kicking off October by playing one of the games that has perhaps left me more scared than any other game has so far. That game is Outlast, a first person survival horror game developed by Red Barrels for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. If Read More …

Gaming on a Budget: Dust: An Elysian Tail

With this GOB, I wanted to kick it a bit older school with what was probably the first indie game that I ever played. In fact, Dust: An Elysian Tail is probably THE game that got me interested in playing smaller title arcade games. Originally Read More …

[Review] Arkham Knight

The final chapter in Rocksteady’s Arkham series is finally upon us. Being a huge fan of the Dark Knight and this series as a whole, it was really bittersweet to conclude an overall strong franchise. While some mechanics returned and didn’t stray too far from Read More …

Why I Hate DLC

When it comes to my personal gaming, there are three letters that I absolutely despise: DLC (short for downloadable content for those that may not know). For the most part, I avoid getting any of these content boosters unless A) they are free and are Read More …

E3: EA Coverage

Electronic Arts opened their E3 conference with a bomb this year with the reveal of Mass Effect: Andromeda, promising a new galaxy to explore. However, I found it hard to really pay attention to most of their reveals, as they focused on EA Sports over Read More …

[Review] The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (Part 1: First Impressions)

I’ll admit that I haven’t been a fan of CD Projekt Red’s Witcher franchise from its start. I didn’t play the original, and only very recently started flying through the second on my Xbox 360 in order to try and understand what would be going Read More …

Gaming On A Budget: Assassin’s Creed II

With the recent announcement of Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate, I felt that it was only necessary to go back to the roots of where the franchise started. Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed II is where the series really took off on its own, and is still considered to Read More …

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Reveal

Today, the newest arrival in the Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed franchise has been revealed. Set in Victorian London, players will control newcomer assassin Jacob Frye in his quest to free the working class citizens from the oppression that fills their lives in Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate. I’ll Read More …