Baptiste Won’t Heal Overwatch’s Gaping Wounds

  After Overwatch was released to the public on May 24th, 2016, my friends and I spent countless nights playing the once popular Hero Shooter.  We’d often make plans over text to all get on Xbox and play competitively on weeknights after school until we couldn’t keep our eyes open any longer or were forcedContinue reading “Baptiste Won’t Heal Overwatch’s Gaping Wounds”

Why Shooters Need a Retro Re-boot

The Call of Duty franchise is expected to follow in the footsteps of Battlefield with its early 20th century focus on the World Wars. This most likely comes as a sigh of relief to many who are tired of what seems to be the inevitable march towards futurism. While sci-fi is experiencing somewhat of aContinue reading “Why Shooters Need a Retro Re-boot”

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam Gameplay Trailer

The sequel to Red Orchestra 2’s Rising Storm expansion is on its way. We haven’t seen many videos of Rising Storm 2: Vietnam since its debut at E3, but today a new trailer has been released. The trailer displays in-game alpha footage that displays the gun mechanics, graphical fidelity, and level of animations in the game. It’s aContinue reading “Rising Storm 2: Vietnam Gameplay Trailer”

Devil Daggers Review (PC)

Devil Daggers is a blast from the past. For those who don’t know what Devil Daggers is, it is a first person shooter reminiscent of 1990s shooters in terms of gameplay and graphics. It is arcadey, fast-paced, and unbelievably difficult. It has no storyline, but instead a series of challenges that spawn as you progress. IsContinue reading “Devil Daggers Review (PC)”

The Division — Most Disappointing Changes

When I first heard of The Division I was so excited for it I couldn’t contain myself. The same could be said of a few other Ubisoft games, but those didn’t turn out so well. I think we are hitting a similar situation with The Division so today I wanted to talk about everything thatContinue reading “The Division — Most Disappointing Changes”