Recently, in the Paris Game Week, Sony unveiled a plethora of games excitedly anticipated by gamers everywhere. We got to see a new trailer for Spider-Man, as well as gameplay for the new God of War. We also got to see some new content from the creators of InFamous; Ghost of Tsushima. The climax of … Continue reading Sony Too Violent?
We've all done it. We've all shot those innocent pedestrians in the face while roaming the streets of Los Santos. We've all slaughtered random defenseless NPCs simply out of boredom. Hell, even Need for Speed gave us the option to ram and total police vehicles. If you own any game where you can indulge in … Continue reading Violence in Video Games
Apologies to my readers (all 15 of you) for taking an unannounced hiatus from this blog. I've been concentrating on work and school, and with finals bearing down on me I had little time to write any new posts. Given that my finals week falls right on top of this year's E3, the timing could … Continue reading My Top Moments from E3 2017
What would you do if you entered a virtual world with your Oculus Rift or PlayStation VR set, and you realized you couldn't log out. What if you were told you were trapped in the game, and if you died in the game you died in real life? What if the only way to escape … Continue reading Sword Art Online; Could it Happen?
What's better than wielding weaponized light and blasting alien brains with a giant hand cannon on a distant planet? Doing it again, only with purpose. It's been a while since gameplay footage was revealed for the next installment in the Destiny franchise, so you all should have all seen it by now. Destiny 2 promises … Continue reading Taking Another Look at Destiny
Wait, what? The PlayStation 4 is the bestselling console of it's generation with 64 million units shipped since its debut. With only about five years under its belt (a very short life for consoles) it's become the go to gaming console for many players. Late last year also gave us the PS4 Slim and the … Continue reading All hail the PlayStation… 5?
I love Batman. I own all the movies, games, and Funko Pops. In fact, one of my all time favorite games is Batman: Arkham City, closely followed by Batman: Arkham Knight. Rocksteady had a hit when they released Batman: Arkham Asylum, which spawned two sequels, a spiritual prequel, and even an animated movie based in … Continue reading Superheroes in Video Games