[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 …

[Early Access Preview] We Happy Few

If you like playing games set in a dystopian future and packaged with good satire, then this game is just what you’ve been waiting for. We Happy Few, being developed by Compulsion Games, takes place in the fictional town of Wellington Wells and does a 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 …

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 …

[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 …