Top Ten Games of the 2010s

The last decade has seen a huge increase in online functions, indie developer releases, narrative-based games, and genres being redefined. Looking back, the list for the past decade could be up to 50 games long (but that would make the other decade lists uneven). The diversity of games in tone, art style, and mechanics is … Continue reading Top Ten Games of the 2010s

Top Ten Games of the 2000s

The 2000s marked a time of change as developers began to embrace 3D environments fulls, the fads of the ‘90s began to slip away, and online features started to reign supreme. It was here that I began to explore more of what is important in a game for me, and while some of those tastes … Continue reading Top Ten Games of the 2000s

In Defence of the Series S

I have to be honest when Microsoft first announced its next-gen consoles, I was very confused. Why do they keep pulling a Nintendo with naming convention and making it so ridiculous to keep all the devices straight in our heads? At least Playstation keeps things numerical.  Well, after getting rid of my Xbox One back … Continue reading In Defence of the Series S

Revisiting Halo Reach | A Bitter-Sweet Full-Circle Experience

The Halo series was on fire at the end of the first decade of the 2000s. It seemed like the series would stay at the top with Call of Duty for years to come, but that isn’t the way things played out. Bungie, the original developers of Halo, was planning on taking a stepping back … Continue reading Revisiting Halo Reach | A Bitter-Sweet Full-Circle Experience

Top Ten Protagonists in Gaming

A great protagonist can make a game’s entire experience because whether it’s between levels or entire games, you are waiting to see what your hero is going to do next. The anticipation to see how they will deal with the next set of problems or resolve the ones that were introduced already is exciting.  These … Continue reading Top Ten Protagonists in Gaming

Top Ten Companions in Gaming

A single-player game is often a solitary journey through a digital world to save a princess, stop world destruction, or find one’s self. However, sometimes, developers are able to do the impossible and create a companion that accompanies the player on their journey and is actually enjoyable to have around. This traveling buddy helps to … Continue reading Top Ten Companions in Gaming

Top Ten Minor Characters in Gaming

There are a lot of iconic characters in gaming, from Halo’s Master Chief to the blue overalled plumber himself. It can be easy to latch on to these well-known names, but there are quite a few memorable characters that don’t play a massive role in the game’s story. In fact, some of these characters only … Continue reading Top Ten Minor Characters in Gaming

10 Video Games That Would Make Great Movies

With recent successes such as Sonic the Hedgehog, Detective Pickachu, and even The Witcher series on Netflix, there has been a renewed interest in making film adaptations of video games. It seems like studios might finally be getting confident in their ability to adapt these fan-favorite franchises. This got me thinking, what other video games might make great movies? 

Ranking Every Mainline Halo Game from Worst to Best

The Halo series holds a special place in my heart, and with the release of Halo Infinite finally here, I think it’s time that I open up and say definitively what my favorite games in the series are. I will be ranking these entries exclusively on their single-player content. Though I enjoy many of these … Continue reading Ranking Every Mainline Halo Game from Worst to Best

Halo Wars 2 | Backlog Review

The original Halo Wars was a the first time that the Halo series was taking the chance and providing a different experience from its traditional FPS form. Much like the original Halo, it was taking a risk by delving into a genre that most people preferred to play on PC.  Most RTS games were not … Continue reading Halo Wars 2 | Backlog Review