It’s no secret that I love Overwatch. It was my 2016 Game of the Year. Every new event that’s published has Overwatch creatives continuously giving us new ways to play the game. From 3V3 WoW style PvP to PvE and Capture the Flag becoming permanent, Overwatch events are a look into what Overwatch could have and how it continues to score players.Read moreHow Overwatch Continues To Score
It was in the summer of last year where the world was introduced to one of the biggest mobile crazes of all time. I am of course referring to Pokémon GO. Though the game has had many technical issues from outset to present, it has undoubtedly proven itself to be extremely popular. Now, nearly 8 months later, the game has received nearly the remainder of the Pokémon first discovered in the Johto Region, also known as Generation 2. Though many people had been playing the game up to present day, many dropped the “fad” relatively soon after release. Now that generation 2 is available, are people playing once again?
What’s up gamers, today I’m here to reminisce on the many romances of our favorite God of War, Kratos. When he’s not bulging out the eyes of a Greek God or ripping out the wings of a harpy, Kratos likes to test the waters of romance. Although, as we have all witnessed, it is never smooth sailing for our angry God of War. Here’s a few reasons in particular, you should never look to Kratos for advice in the area of love.
Love is in the air so I figured why not show some love to the company that has continuously exceeded my expectations year after year? So yes, this is a love letter to the hard working people at the studio known as Naughty Dog.
Let me start by saying that when I boot up a Naughty Dog game I’m usually looking forward to a profound and engaging story. They’ve spoiled me. From Jak and Daxter to Uncharted and now Last of Us. Hell, even Crash had an enjoyable story. Naughty Dog always manages to introduce characters that we want to root for. Characters who we want to help overcome any obstacles that may block their path. So now let me get into it, let me tell you why I’m so fond of this company that goes by the name of, Naughty Dog.
I know Valentines Day is over, but I love being in love and I can’t miss an opportunity to express how amazing love can be. Love has been expressed in so many ways and so many forms, but one of the most beautiful forms of developing love in a video game (which is the only reason I’m not writing about Yuuri on Ice because it’s an anime) is that of Final Fantasy X. No game shows the progression of a friendship that blossoms into a(n) (albeit doomed) relationship better than Final Fantasy X. Tidus and Yuna have far too many emotions packed on their journey, but their love for one another is apparent with each day they spend with together.Read more#ThrowbackThursday: Love Me Like Tidus Loves Yuna
Ah, the day after Valentine’s Day. Now you can be honest about how much you really love someone. Which is why I want to give a quick shout out to Resident Evil 7 for letting me…
Finally! Valentine’s Day 2017! Time to throw Persona 5 into my…oh…oh wait. Never. Nevermind. Boy, that face when Persona 5 steals your heart on Valentine’s day. Just to shatter it into a million pieces on the floor-!
Uh, so why don’t we talk about Persona 4 for a bit, eh? That’s a real good game. Lots of love and friendship in that game too.
Ah, the week of Valentine’s Day is starting and I can already taste the cheap chocolate. But don’t worry! I don’t think this is my personal blog where I can have a glass of wine and a good time at the expense of losing followers by the morning because of some underserved rant. I actually want to pay tribute to some games that leave me feeling less alone around this love infested holiday. I’m going to start with an oldie but a goodie, Fable II.
What’s up my fellow anime enthusiasts. Another year has passed and with it many amazing anime shows. Now we’re well into the new year and well into a new season of anime. So I’m here to tell you what anime shows you should be watching this Winter Season.
Well gamers, the newest update for Pokémon Bank has been live for a little over a week now. Millions of players worldwide are now enjoying teams comprised of older Pokémon alongside the new ones. And so, the question is: how has this changed the meta-game? For players that have been playing since day one or close to it, they made use of any of the available Pokémon, which numbered over 300. Now, with the update, trainers have a selection of all the available 801 Pokémon. Quite a change, isn’t it?