Dying Normalized: A Nioh Review

Dying (sometimes repeatedly) is nothing new to the video gaming world. Since the beginning, we gamers have been subjected to the whims of the gaming gods. We play, die, lose all our lives, come back again and beat the level… only to die again on the next. In modern gaming, however, developers have made dying completely unimportant. Sure, we die …

Exploring Horizon: Zero Dawn & Robotic Dinasours

This year is set to be chock-full of big releases and hit titles. Amongst names like God of War, Resident Evil, and The Legend of Zelda, where can other games compete? Well, Sony thinks they have just the competitor! Enter Horizon: Zero Dawn, Sony Interactive’s new open-world game set to release at the end of this month, and boy does …

Nintendo: Switching on for March 2017

If you’re a fan of Nintendo, as a fan you may have had a hard time staying devoted to the Japanese gaming giant the past few years. Although promising in scope, the failed marketing of the Wii U and the subsequent abandonment of Nintendo by various 3rd party gaming developers spelled disaster for the system. Though the Wii U, towards …

Reach for The Stars: A No Man’s Sky Preview

I am not a stranger to the survival RPG genre. From Don’t Starve and Subnautica, most will follow the same core ideals of explore, craft, and survive. Each one, for the most part, will contain a procedurally generated map that creates itself differently every time you begin a new game. What if this genre, however, was set on a much …

NX a No Show? Nintendo’s E3 2016 Details (or Lack Thereof)

To all of our Nintendo friends out there who have waited to hear any news about the company’s cryptic new console, we have news. And the news is… there is no news! That’s right, once again Nintendo is cutting back its E3 press conference, but this time it is almost nonexistent. The only thing demoing at E3 this year is …