The discussion for an easy mode continuous on with no sign of slowing down. I mean, it has gotten to the point in which a PC Gamer journalist has written an article, proclaiming that he’s has beaten the final boss in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice with a cheat […]
I’m sure that by now you’ve noticed that games these days are being shaped by what how the media, particularly by gaming journalism. After the reaction to Sekiro’s difficulty and other indie games been blasted for their different takes in story-telling, one has to wonder if gaming is […]
Have you ever watched a gameplay trailer of for game that you’ve just randomly stumbled upon and are at awe by what was shown? That was me when I came across Towers, a Dreamlit Entertainment game prototype made by 6 core developers over the course of 12 months. […]
This is what I’m talking about when I say that our games are getting easier by the day. Games today aren’t getting easier because gamers are becoming more and more incompetent at playing them, no, they’re getting easier because certain game journalists out there can’t seem to get […]
Should SEGA Use The Sonic Infinity Engine? – A Fan Made Engine That Gives A Glimpse At A Sonic Game We Deserve!
As a Sonic fan, everyday I dream of a Sonic game that really brings the blue blur back to his true glory. We got a taste of that with Sonic Unleashed, then Sonic Colors and when Sonic Generation hit the world, we thought they final had it. Then […]
So, I was lucky enough to NOT witness that disaster stream that was Gearbox’s event and had a clear and untainted first look at Borderlands 3 reveal trailer. Now, despite what Polygon might feel, this Borderlands 3 actually looks fun. And this is coming from someone who got […]
Well, the wait is finally over! Sekiro™: Shadows Die Twice is now available to everyone to buy and suffer at their leisure! I decided to pick up my copy on Steam and I’ve put in about 10 hours into the game thus far. I know it may not […]
As I was wandering the ever so vast internet, I stumbled upon this very interesting open world game called Nostos, an open-world VR game created by NetEase. Nostos is a simulation technology with real physical environment, a giant and seamless world map, freely moving system and oriental animated […]
In just under a few days, Sekiro™: Shadows Die Twice will drop to the public so to tie us in until then, they released a brand to trailer to give us the rundown of the gameplay mechanics.