The Steam Project

Updated 7/20/2019 - I know that I’m not alone in having a massive, neglected Steam library. The sales come as often as the seasons and always get me with the bargains. However, after all these years, I’ve now got a massive backlog of Steam games that I’ve never touched. So in the pursuit of entertainment,... Continue Reading →

Evil Re-Returns

20 years ago, when I was 13 years old, Resident Evil 2 released on the Playstation. The first one was groundbreaking and had quickly become one of my favorites on the console, so my excitement for the second one was overwhelming. The game ended up surpassing even the first game in nearly every regard and... Continue Reading →

Whats Old is New Again.

I still had an original full-sized PS2, you know the ones that over time quit playing the Blue discs after years of abuse. Mine had been played heavily until I purchased the Xbox late in the console cycle in 2003. The PS2 mainly served as a dust magnet inside my cramped entertainment center. Then one... Continue Reading →

Games to keep an eye on

Nowadays the shear volume of  AAA games being developed is mind boggling and difficult to keep up with. On top of that add in that there is an unprecedented number of Indie developers and few man shops and there is a good chance you may miss out on a truly ground breaking low budget masterpiece.... Continue Reading →

(Virtual) Reality Check

  I was a small boy in an alley way with my parents. My mother speaks to me, but I’m too busy looking around at the environment around me to pay attention. It’s a dark, dank alley way with dripping water from a recently fallen rain and coated in neon lights from a nearby sign.... Continue Reading →

Games Worth Talking About – 2017

After making Killzone games for 12 years, Guerilla games finally got to spread their wings with Horizon Zero Dawn, a beautiful open-world sci-fi epic featuring robotic dinosaurs, a great story, and an awesome protagonist. Leading into 2017, this was my most anticipated game, and it didn’t disappoint in the slightest; the characters are wonderful, the... Continue Reading →

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