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 …

Mass Effect Andromeda: The Universe 600 Years Later

At the end of Mass Effect 3, the Milky Way was forever changed into a very different place. *Spoiler Alert* The Reapers are defeated depending on the ending you chose, and with the destruction of the mass effect relays, every living person is effectively cut off from the rest of the galaxy and stuck on whatever planet or system they …

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 …

Disney Infinity Cancelled: Is the Toys to Life Genre Dwindling?

At one point in time, we were all children.. some of us admittedly more nerdy than others, but hey who’s judging here? We played with our toys, creating stories and imagining they had their own unique personalities, and overall had a great time doing so (at least we hope!). We ultimately saw a glimpse of this in Disney’s original Toy Story, …

Star Wars: Battlefront — Did It Live Up To The Hype?

It’s quite possible that I may not be the most qualified individual to write about this upcoming blog snapshot — but you know what?  I’m gonna go for it.  Unlike many of my colleagues here at TGS, I’ve never really been much of a “FPS” kind-of-guy, yet alone on a console.  I’ve spent countless hours however combing through dungeon crawlers, …