Bungie has finally pulled back the curtain on Destiny 2. An hour long stream gave us our first look at how the world will look, feel, and play after the Red Legion attacks the Tower. I unfortunately didn’t get an invite to the event so I’ve gathered all the info I can without seeing Destiny 2 in … Continue reading
The popularity of MOBA games is undeniable. What started as a custom map in Warcraft III has blossomed into a multi-million dollar industry complete with full-time professional teams, competitive seasons, and giant pools of prize money. I tried to get it on the ground floor playing games like DotA and League of Legends in their … Continue reading
It’s getting harder and harder to get people to the table and play some games. I don’t like that. I do like all three of these games, though, including a two player variant on a classic and an expansion to one of my all time favorites. To me, my board games!
Games with lightning fast combat are a bit of a vice of mine. Titles like Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance and the Devil May Cry franchise may not tell the best stories but the flashy, high octane style always draws me in. Nier: Automata boasts a similar combat system and is one of the most unique games I’ve … Continue reading
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
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