Singing the Praises of Anthem: Early Impressions

Right out of gate, Anthem impresses with its incredible visuals and great audio/visual feedback. Shooting feels great and mobility (in the air and on foot) is really satisfying. I can positively say that the game has its hooks in me and I am looking forward to pilling on hours of gameplay. Not bad for aContinue reading “Singing the Praises of Anthem: Early Impressions”

Blizzard Plans to Seriously Pursue Mobile Gaming

During the on-going flurry of controversy surrounding Diablo Immortal, Blizzard Entertainment continues to ensure fans that Diablo Immortal is going to be an exciting, fully-fledged adventure. The negative reception to Diablo Immortal has not curbed Blizzard’s enthusiasm, however, as Blizzard gears toward pursuing mobile gaming into the future. Diablo Immortal it seems is only the beginning. ThisContinue reading “Blizzard Plans to Seriously Pursue Mobile Gaming”

Diablo Immortal: Fans Loudly Deny Blizzard’s New Mobile Venture!

Blizz-con is done and dusted, the announcements are all wrapped up and the smoke has cleared. However, the fires are still burning and not in a particularly good way. Yes, we got the cool announcement of Warcraft 3: Reforged but the fire that rages, its in the eyes of furious Blizzard fans after discovering that the longContinue reading “Diablo Immortal: Fans Loudly Deny Blizzard’s New Mobile Venture!”

November 2018 Upcoming Games Will Empty Your Wallet

With October coming to a close and our wallets well and truly drained, we could use a break to recharge and prepare for the new onslaught of games. November’s upcoming games suggest otherwise with some incredible titles releasing this month. Ready your wallets for another round of video game purchases. Welcome to No-Money-November! Diablo III:Continue reading “November 2018 Upcoming Games Will Empty Your Wallet”

Black Ops 4 – My First Five Hours

Call of Fatigue I picked up Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 last week, the first Call of Duty game I have bought since 2013’s Ghosts. The aforementioned Ghosts really put me off the series and in my mind the franchise was slowly falling into decline, after the incredible first two Black Ops titles and theContinue reading “Black Ops 4 – My First Five Hours”

Rise of the Video Game Demo

In the 1990’s, the popular method of distributing a video game was shareware, a business model that blew up within the PC gaming market. It allowed players to receive a portion of a game, free of charge, and then pay a small fee to receive the full version. Developers would encourage their fans to shareContinue reading “Rise of the Video Game Demo”

A Gamer’s Look into Game Art Design

With technology advancing at a rapid rate, new video game hardware has continued to launch gaming into the far-fledged future, generation after generation, and as consumers of video games we commonly gush over titles with photo-realistic visuals and high-fidelity. This two traits are commonly acknowledged as the pinnacle of graphical power. Let’s take a lookContinue reading “A Gamer’s Look into Game Art Design”