My Most Anticipated Games of 2022

Another year is in the books, which means we can start getting excited for another round of video game releases. I will be keeping my list strictly PC, Nintendo, and Xbox just because I don’t have a way to play Play Station at the moment.  It’s hard to be excited about things that you can’t … Continue reading My Most Anticipated Games of 2022

Top 10 Games of 2021

Another year come and gone and with it another roster of game releases. Despite what a lot of people might say, this game was filled with a ton of great games. While I didn’t get to play everything that I had wanted to, I did have the opportunity to play quite a few big titles … Continue reading Top 10 Games of 2021

The Best Christmas Inspired Levels in Gaming

Oh, the holidays. A time to get together with friends and loved ones to celebrate the joys of what makes this time special. However, this year, after a lengthy move, I am sitting in my studio apartment alone. But that won’t stop me from celebrating in other ways. If I can’t go out and celebrate, … Continue reading The Best Christmas Inspired Levels in Gaming

My Thoughts on Halo Infinite Before Launch

It’s finally here. Halo Infinite is releasing next week after years of speculation, hype, disappointment, confusion, and backlash. For better or worse, it’s coming, and we know a few things going into the release already as well as a few new things that 343 has been drip-feeding us to keep the excitement strong.  It’s been … Continue reading My Thoughts on Halo Infinite Before Launch

We Need to Move Past This One-Size-Fits-All Mentality with Game Design

Console wars have been a time-honored tradition going back to the second generation of consoles but made infamous by the Sega and Nintendo console race of the nineties. The battle between Mario and Sonic created allegiances to brands that bordered on the romantic. People would defend their choice in hardware to the bitter end, and … Continue reading We Need to Move Past This One-Size-Fits-All Mentality with Game Design

Top Ten Worlds to Explore in Gaming

Growing up, we didn’t have much money to go anywhere. The rare opportunities I was able to get to a beach or lake are some of the best memories I have. This is why games that allowed me to explore unique open worlds have always had a soft spot in my heart. The chance to … Continue reading Top Ten Worlds to Explore in Gaming

Revisiting Halo 5: Guardians | A Troubled Follow-Up

As we come down to the final few weeks until Halo Infinite’s release, it may have become obvious that I have a huge soft spot for the Halo franchise. It’s one of the few shooters that I still actively play both offline and online. It has some of my favorite memories in gaming of all … Continue reading Revisiting Halo 5: Guardians | A Troubled Follow-Up

Top Ten Halloween Inspired Settings in Gaming

We are in the throes of spooky month and you know what that means: all the Halloween content. Developers love incorporating holiday themes from real life to add a little bit of spice to their games. It can be an easy-themed level to put the player in a particular mindset, it can be an update … Continue reading Top Ten Halloween Inspired Settings in Gaming

Top Ten Horror Games

I may play a lot of platformers and shooters, but horror games are definitely up there for some of my favorite gaming experiences. With Halloween right around the corner, I thought this would be a great opportunity to talk about something I don’t get nearly enough opportunities to do: scary video games. The horror genre … Continue reading Top Ten Horror Games

Revisiting Dead Space 3 | A Terrifying Change in Direction

The original Dead Space was a refreshing new survival horror game that made players freeze whenever they heard “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.” It was a breathtakingly well-made horror game that used its sound and visuals to inspire fear in the player. Dead Space 2 was an excellent follow-up that sidelined a few of the horror … Continue reading Revisiting Dead Space 3 | A Terrifying Change in Direction