So Marvel writer Dan Slott effectively just told a huge portion of its fanbase to go fuck themselves if they go and vote for Trump again. I mean, I feel like you’d lose your job if you told your potential customers to go fuck themselves but I guess Dan Slott is immune to that rule. Seriously, I’m reading the headline of this blog and I still can’t believe it happened.
By now you’ve probably heard the news of Reggie Fils-Aimé, former Nintendo President, is joining GameStop’s board of directors. This is really interesting and I have some thoughts on it.
I gotta say it, nostalgia is the sole reason why we keep supporting and getting these mediocre anime games. As long as we continue to let our nostalgia blind us, we will never get good quality anime games.
Ghost of Tsushima’s story trailer gave us a deeper look into the story of the game, and my goodness those this game look phenomenal. Oh, and the game comes out on June 26th, 2020.
Project BBQ is a new anime online action roleplaying game made by Action Studio, an internal team at Neople with Unreal Engine 4. It looks amazing so I wanted put a spotlight on this upcoming MMORPG!
So a few days ago, we started hearing game developers remove their games from Nvidia’s GeForce Now streaming service. Many found it odd since Nvidia isn’t necessarily profiting off these games directly, but instead offers a way for players to play their already established library of games from Steam. So why the sudden pullback?
So, there’s talk on the…actually I won’t lie, I saw this tweet from Chris Kohler, Feature Editor at Kotaku that made the claim that Final Fantasy 7’s boss “the Scorpion” was too challenging to deal with. I poked fun at it on Twitter but afterwards I started thinking about it more and realized that we may see an influx of this sentiment from people within the gaming industry.
So a fan hit me up on email recently, asking for my thoughts on what’s been going on with the Vic Mignogna Lawsuit. It was a case that I was once following but I’ll be completely honest here, I lost interest near the end of it as I waited for new info. However, I was reminded that I made a promise to you guys to give you all a summary on how the case is going. It kinda concluded months ago but I figured there’s no harm in discussing it and giving my thoughts on the overall case.
Never thought I’d see the day when Star Wars would pull a J.K. Rowling and retcon random aspects of the trilogy to save the franchise from mediocracy. And to think, this could all have being avoided had they just respected the source material, the creator and the fans. You hate to see them like this.