Should Fast Travel Be Removed From Open World Games?

For me it’s the little things in open world titles that make the experience shine. In Fallout 4, I can recall coming across a teddy bear who appeared to be furtively reading an old newspaper whilst answering the call of nature. In The Witcher III, I would find overturned shrines, villages ravaged by monsters, and moisture-slick caverns.Continue reading “Should Fast Travel Be Removed From Open World Games?”

Most Anticipated Games of 2016, Part Four: Dark Souls III

FromSoftware is arguably my favorite developer in the industry currently. I love every entry in the Souls series and Bloodborne. When I first played Dark Souls, it took me a while to grasp what I was playing and to become familiar with how the game worked. After falling deeply in love with its difficulty, aesthetic,Continue reading “Most Anticipated Games of 2016, Part Four: Dark Souls III”

Review – Bloodborne: The Old Hunters

Eight months, a Dark Souls 2 remaster, and the announcement of Dark Souls 3 later, From Software has released the first (and probably only) expansion to their brutal, action-heavy masterpiece. FromSoftware routinely releases DLC with some of the best content in their respective games, and The Old Hunters is no different. If you were worried a bid to appeal to a wider audience,Continue reading “Review – Bloodborne: The Old Hunters”

How to Access the Bloodborne DLC

Like any From Software DLC release, you’re going to need to be told how to access your fresh new purchase. If you’re like me, your main Bloodborne character is sitting in the Hunter’s Dream at the beginning of a playthrough, and you’ll need a comprehensive list of what needs to be done. Here’s everything you need toContinue reading “How to Access the Bloodborne DLC”

Will the Dark Souls series become the next Call of Duty?

The second I finished the Artorias of the Abyss DLC for the original Dark Souls, I started craving for more of the heart pounding action combat and exploration that made the game a real masterpiece.  So naturally I was excited when I saw the announcement of Dark Souls II at the Spike Video Game Awards back inContinue reading “Will the Dark Souls series become the next Call of Duty?”

TGS Trailer Roundup

There has been a big showing thus far at the Tokyo Game Show, so in the interest of efficiency, we’ve rounded up all of the trailers and big news in one place. In no particular order, here is the rundown: From Software has confirmed the release of Bloodborne DLC with The Old Hunters. The expansionContinue reading “TGS Trailer Roundup”