The only way to travel to new worlds, and new solar systems is to collect more resources. Thus creating a black hole for fun that circles the drain into stellar boredom. This new update is here to remedy this feeling. Continue reading No Man’s Sky- Atlas Rises To The Challenge (PS4, PC)
Trove isn’t just a Massively Multiplayer Role Playing Game. The varying styles of play, seemingly limitless areas to explore, and the ability to craft in a MMO space are incredible. All of these advantages make this title a must play for any player who is a fan of Minecraft, and multiplayer action. Whether you feel like going for a dig in an endless world, or … Continue reading Review: Trove – Grind, Dig, Repeat (XB1)
Dearly Beloved, the titular opening theme to the iconic series sets the tone perfectly, whilst simultaneously capturing the true essence of the emotions that you’ll feel while playing the series. Kingdom Hearts is a string of games originally spanning 5 consoles, over 15 years, and much of an entire generations lifespan. These feelings, and more have been recaptured, and improved on considerably in this truly massive collection. Continue reading “Review: Kingdom Hearts 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX (PS4) (Part 1/2)”
Twin Saga is a free to play MMORPG developed by X-Legend, and published by Aeria Games. Publisher of some other solid showings such as Ragnarok Online 2, and Stronghold Kingdoms. Aeria Games has another unique title to add to their repertoire with the release of Twin Saga. The concepts, gorgeous aesthetics and gameplay elements that make Twin Saga stand out, however, are truly refreshing in a world where MMO’s are ruling the gaming landscape. Aside from the free to play model, this game packs a punch, and leaves you wanting to play more. Continue reading “Twin Saga – Massively Multiplayer, Massively Refreshing – (PC)”
One of the best parts about going to conventions like PAX East is meeting all of the great people. Those same people are the ones that keep the video game industry that we know, and love, functioning like a well oiled machine. Anthony Keeton of JetCat Games falls into that category tenfold. Answering e-mails, making contact with Heliborne’s Community, or sending out press releases. He is an absolute industry superstar.
Picture it, you’re sitting in the basement of your parents house. It’s 1999, and Super Smash Brothers has just released for the Nintendo 64. The couch cooperative gaming climate is currently at the peak of it’s popularity. The glow from the television radiates off of your cheese-dust covered lips, and hazy bloodshot eyes. It’s 2 in the morning, and your parents have long been asleep. You’ve been playing for 6 hours now, why quit? Continue reading “Beta First Impressions: 5 Minutes Rage”