Top Ten Platforming Games

Platformers might be my favorite genre when they are done correctly. There was a time in the 90s when this genre reigned supreme and that is when I began to play video games. They hold a special place in my heart and there has been a slight resurgence in their popularity in recent years with … Continue reading Top Ten Platforming Games

12 Minutes Review — A Night of Tragic Revelations

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go back in time to relive a moment and make things right? 12 Minutes is a game that combines the time loops from Groundhog with the detective work of Sherlock to do just that and it’s just as challenging as you might expect it to … Continue reading 12 Minutes Review — A Night of Tragic Revelations

Revisiting Halo 3: ODST

Halo 3 is one of the biggest games ever. It completely dominated online matchmaking the first couple of years that it was out. Only Call of Duty stood any chance in matching its numbers and thanks to the community tools available in Halo 3, Bungie had made it easy for players to keep coming back … Continue reading Revisiting Halo 3: ODST

Top Ten Gameplay Moments in the Halo Series (So Far)

There are hundreds of memorable moments in games, but often, there doesn’t appear to be a distinction between narrative and player experience. The Halo series, for instance, is jam-packed with memorable story moments, but how many of those are memorable gameplay moments? I wanted to go back and relive parts of my childhood to see … Continue reading Top Ten Gameplay Moments in the Halo Series (So Far)

Dead Space is Making a Return!

Finally, after almost a decade of radio silence, EA announced that Dead Space would be making a return. At the EA Play’s Live event, all the big upcoming EA titles and updates were shown, like Battlefield and the next Apex legend, but it wasn’t until the final minutes of the presentation that things got juicy.  … Continue reading Dead Space is Making a Return!

Hades | Backlog Review

I have never been too engrossed in Greek mythology. It has frequently felt overdone or uninspired with its constant reimaginings that more or less make the Greek myth characters feel like one-dimensional cardboard cutouts. However, that’s not the case with how Hades portrays these famous heroes. Everyone from the big three gods of Zeus, Poseidon, … Continue reading Hades | Backlog Review

Top 10 Skull Locations in Halo: MCC

One of the biggest draws to the Halo series has always been its sandbox and starting in Halo 2, Bungie decided to capitalize on players exploring their levels so intently by including some collectibles. But in typical Bungie fashion, they made it their own by making collectibles that resembled skulls. Originally finding these little items … Continue reading Top 10 Skull Locations in Halo: MCC

My Top Ten Moments in Breath of the Wild

2021 marks The Legend of Zelda's 35th anniversary and Nintendo has already let us in on a few things they are working on like the Skyward Sword remake for the Switch during the Nintendo Direct last month. One notable absence though was The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild 2 which many were speculating … Continue reading My Top Ten Moments in Breath of the Wild

My Top Ten Boss Battles of the 2010s

I have been playing through Cyber Shadow and as I was doing so I couldn't help but contemplate how well designed the bosses in that game are. I began to think back to some of my favorite bosses and realized that there were some great standout encounters in the past decade, many of them most … Continue reading My Top Ten Boss Battles of the 2010s

Revisiting Dead Space

I have been wanting to revisit Dead Space for a while now but stopped every time I thought back to it. I wasn't ready for the dread I would feel. Dread of going back to the blood soaked hallways where danger lurks behind every corner and every vent whispers lullabies to me. But it's a … Continue reading Revisiting Dead Space