Living and Dying With the Choices You Make in Assassins Creed Odyssey!

Assassins Creed Odyssey’s release date of October 5th (or October 2nd depending on which of the many editions you decide to purchase) is quickly approaching us! The franchise is usually more comfortable with a late October release, but with Red Dead Redemption 2 showing up it’s really wrecking everyone’s plans. Like that drunk uncle that alwaysContinue reading “Living and Dying With the Choices You Make in Assassins Creed Odyssey!”

Jump Force: The Fighting Game With Endless Potential

I’m pretty sure we were all surprised by what Microsoft revealed at their Xbox E3 Briefing, with news that Bandai Namco was in the process of developing a new fighting game. Back in 2008, or was it 2009, I spent a ton of hours on a Nintendo DS title called Jump! Ultimate Stars. Jump! Ultimate StarsContinue reading “Jump Force: The Fighting Game With Endless Potential”

Metro: Exodus Treads Water in Russia

This year’s E3 brought me to a meeting with Deep Silver, who were showcasing a new title from 4A Games, Metro: Exodus. I left the demo with some mixed thoughts about it, most of which came from the fact that it’s a sandbox game, and we were given about an hour to play through the game.Continue reading “Metro: Exodus Treads Water in Russia”

Gamer Professionals Game of E3 2018

Every year, the Electronic Entertainment Expo sheds light on projects that developers have been pouring their passion into, and even though E3 2018 was riddled with leaks and forced early reveals, it still contained surprises and moments that warmed our hearts and remind us why we follow this industry so closely. Every year there areContinue reading “Gamer Professionals Game of E3 2018”

Daemon X Machina was my game of E3 2018

E3 should be the time of big reveals and exciting announcements, yet this year’s event really disappointed me. There was one game that stood out to me though. A game that seemed fresh and unique amongst all inevitable sequels, teaser trailers, and an abundance of samurai games. And that was Daemon X Machina. This extremely beautifulContinue reading “Daemon X Machina was my game of E3 2018”

Everything You’ll Want to Know About Pokeball Plus

So, if you can recall, the other day I posted a story about how I was able to demo the new Pokemon Let’s Go games. My demo version was the Pikachu version, which was controlled exclusively with the Pokeball Plus accessory, which launches alongside the games in November. What Does It Look Like? Imagine aContinue reading “Everything You’ll Want to Know About Pokeball Plus”

Yes, We’re (Almost) 100% Positive We’ve Figured Out the Location of the Elder Scrolls 6

There’s no doubting that Bethesda dropped the bombshell on us at E3 2018! Not only did they reveal and finally confirm that Star Field was indeed real and pretty far along in development, but at the tail end of their press conference, Bethesda Game Studio’s very own Director Todd Howard announced that The Elder Scrolls 6 isContinue reading “Yes, We’re (Almost) 100% Positive We’ve Figured Out the Location of the Elder Scrolls 6”

Gears Pop: The Highlight of Microsoft’s E3

At Microsoft’s E3 2018 showcase, we were waiting for news about a new Gears of War title. While we eventually got what we wanted with Gears of War 5, the actual best part of the show was the reveal of the Gears of War collaboration with figurine company Funko Pop. You have to understand, IContinue reading “Gears Pop: The Highlight of Microsoft’s E3”

E3 2018: I Feel Like a Pro at Pokemon Let’s Go

I was invited by Nintendo of America to participate in a closed-door demo of their newest titles, one of which was Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu. The demo was set in Viridian Forest, and required use of the new Pokéball Plus accessory. It’s a small, rubbery feeling ball that has an analog stick built into theContinue reading “E3 2018: I Feel Like a Pro at Pokemon Let’s Go”

5 Best Indie Games Shown at E3 2018 Conferences

The E3 2018 conferences showed off a heap of impressive indie games launching next year. While the AAA games got the roars and cheers from the crowd, these five indie games bring adventures that are rarely seen in the gaming industry. Here are the five best adventure-centric indie games that were shown during this year’s E3Continue reading “5 Best Indie Games Shown at E3 2018 Conferences”

E3 2018 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Champion Link and Ridley Gameplay

It finally happened! I was able to secure an appointment at E3 yesterday to play the new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on the Nintendo Switch. My two character choices were Ridley and Champion Link. We were able to test out the new Breath of the Wild Great Plateau and the Splatoon 2 level during ourContinue reading “E3 2018 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Champion Link and Ridley Gameplay”

Microsoft’s Kingdom Hearts III Trailer A Misfire

Just when you think that “Let It Go” is finally out of your head, it turns out, it isn’t. Microsoft brought out, for the first time, a Kingdom Hearts experience to its console. Introduced by Xbox head Phil Spencer on the E3 stage at the Microsoft Theater, it was a significant step for the series.Continue reading “Microsoft’s Kingdom Hearts III Trailer A Misfire”