Aaero — Review

Aaero — Review

Rhythm games defined by their unique spin.  Crypt of the NecroDancer combines tapping to the beat with roguelike elements.  Thumper requires your undivided attention as it assaults your senses with speed, light, and sound.  Aaero divides your attention between tracing ribbons of light and gunning down enemy ships to the pounding beat of electronic music.  It’s … Continue reading

Mass Effect: Andromeda — Review

Mass Effect: Andromeda — Review

The ~150 hours I’ve put into the Mass Effect trilogy are probably on the lower end of the scale but man did I love those games.  My version of Commander Shepard was a renegade to the core with a soft spot for his squad members.  The fact that I couldn’t save both Tali and Legion in … Continue reading

Gwent — Beta Testing

Gwent — Beta Testing

I have a confession.  Despite being such an avid gamer, I have never played The Witcher 3.  Hopefully some of you haven’t lost all respect for me and will continue reading. Card games have always been favorites of mine from traditional ones like Magic: The Gathering and Hearthstone to deckbuilders like Dominion and modern spins like Clash … Continue reading

Super Mario Run — Review

Super Mario Run — Review

Nintendo’s latest push has been into the world of mobile gaming.  Players from all over have been searching their surroundings for Pokemon since the summer while a smaller, more ravenous fan base has spent the last two months trying to craft the perfect Fire Emblem units.  The most well known character in gaming, Mario, had … Continue reading

Horizon Zero Dawn — Review

Horizon Zero Dawn — Review

Horizon Zero Dawn was touted as the PS4s next big exclusive.  I had it as my most anticipated game of the year.  The descriptors sound like a perfect storm: open world, post apocalypse, robots.  I’ve spent the better part of the last three weeks playing Guerilla Games’s latest release and all the hype is deserved. … Continue reading