A Love Letter Addressed To: Dark Souls 2

Dark Souls 2 had some enormous shoes to fill, and the community around the Souls series is very particular with how they like their games. But here’s how this indirect sequel tells it’s own fair share of memorable stories. Continue reading “A Love Letter Addressed To: Dark Souls 2”

Battlerite versus League of Legends, a story of David and Goliath

Battlerite is a relatively new MOBA¬† that has recently become free to play, and is picking up some popularity because of it. But in a market as flooded and competitive as the Multiplayer Online Battle Arena market, how can you compete with titans like League of Legends? By catering to a different crowd. Continue reading “Battlerite versus League of Legends, a story of David and Goliath”

Playerunkown’s Battlegrounds could be Game of the Year, but should it?

Once again early access indie games have accrued another controversy to add to the heaping pile. This time the finger is being pointed a superstar amongst indie gamers as of late, and that titan is none other than Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds. Continue reading “Playerunkown’s Battlegrounds could be Game of the Year, but should it?”

Cuphead has Enough Style and Pizzazz to Go Around

Most indie games that are fully released have a design philosophy that incorporates a lot of love and inspiration. Many of them are created by inspired people who have a great vision for there game. Cuphead is not only exemplary of this imaginative indie design, but takes it to a whole ‘nother level. Continue reading “Cuphead has Enough Style and Pizzazz to Go Around”

Darkest Dungeon: The Tale of Early Access Done Right

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When you put money into a game that’s “early access”, you’re essentially paying for a full pizza, and getting only a few slices. Whether or not you get the rest of the pizza is completely up to the chef. In the case of Darkest Dungeon, this pizza came complete with a side of bread sticks. Continue reading “Darkest Dungeon: The Tale of Early Access Done Right”

PUBG Could Be Banned in China

Due to regulations of blood and gore, Bluehole Studio’s massive success, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, may be completely banned in China. China has several strict rules when it comes to censorship in their video games. Any game with excessive blood and gore will either be censored or banned entirely.

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