Brigador: Mechs Galore

Name: Brigador Developer: Stellar Jockeys Genre: Top Down Shooter MSRB( at time of writing): $19.99 Platform: PC Game Link: https://store.steampowered.com/app/274500/Brigador_UpArmored_Edition/ Intro: Ever since i got into gaming, there have been a few genre’s in gaming that always get me excited everytime i hear of a new one. Mech games are almost always one of them.Continue reading “Brigador: Mechs Galore”

Far Cry 5: A Worrying Downhill Cartwheel

Oh Boy Another Ubisoft Game! I’ll admit i like FarCry. It doesn’t break any records, but it does enough well that it’s a series i can enjoy while relaxing or listening to podcasts and stuff. Of course it also has alot of strengths such as beautiful art direction, engaging villains, and multifaceted gameplay. But I’veContinue reading “Far Cry 5: A Worrying Downhill Cartwheel”

StarDew Valley: Chill Yeehaw Sim 2016

Longing for a simpler time.. Have you ever looked at the comforts of the modern world and said, “Fuck it, let’s move to Georgia and start a radish farm! I’ll be broke as shit, but at least I’m outside!”No. No, you haven’t, at least not with a healthy mind. Nobody wants to do 90% ofContinue reading “StarDew Valley: Chill Yeehaw Sim 2016”

Age of Empires 3: Strategy for the

If there’s one fanbase I’m scared to talk about, it’d be the Age of Empires fans, specifically Age of Empires II. A game notorious for the skill required to master it, plus having an active fanbase to this day despite it being older than I am, leads to some colorful characters when reviewers have anythingContinue reading “Age of Empires 3: Strategy for the”

Lost In Vivo: All Aboard the Horror Express

Silent Hill is, sadly, a long-dead corpse, beaten to death by Konami executives with the ripped-off metal levers of a pachinko machine. The once king of the horror genre fell off its crown, and we as a horror community have since tried to put a new king on that throne. Lost in Vito tries it,Continue reading “Lost In Vivo: All Aboard the Horror Express”

Project Warlock: Wizards and Weaponry

Last year there was a sale on Steam, and being a poor college student working a dishwashing job, I decided to reward myself with a few new games. One of them was Maximum Action, a cheesy, FPS that pays homage to old action movies, and Project Warlock, a game which I played for about tenContinue reading “Project Warlock: Wizards and Weaponry”

Risk of Rain 2: Bring an umbrella

Co-op was a hugely controversial feature less than a decade ago. It seemed every single game tried to emulate Halo and throw in co-op everywhere they could. I remember when games like Dead Space 3 added it in, much to everyone’s dismay. It completely killed the whole franchise due to the change from horror toContinue reading “Risk of Rain 2: Bring an umbrella”

Salt and Sanctuary: Would you like Salt with your tears?

It’s good these days to be a Dark soul’s fan, what with the recent rerelease of Demon Soul’s, a game that was feared lost to the void of copyright law, and the ever so encouraging prospect of Bloodborne 2 being a possibility. It’s good that these types of difficult games are coming back into theContinue reading “Salt and Sanctuary: Would you like Salt with your tears?”

Good Job: Another chair through the wall

In these trying times, I feel as if we need to inject some fun in our lives, whether it be through positive mediums like hiking, fishing, surfing, etc. or through less helpful mediums like binge-watching Gotham or challenging yourself to drink a 12 pack of Redbull at four in the morning. While there are goodContinue reading “Good Job: Another chair through the wall”

198X: Small town and even Smaller story

I feel as if I have the opposite of a Midas touch, as in every story based game I’ve played recently has ended up disappointing me. I was really looking forward to 198x, with its fantastic trailer and beautiful 80’s styling. I hoped it might make for a compelling, emotional drama that many people, myselfContinue reading “198X: Small town and even Smaller story”