Mario Malagrino is not only a multi-awarded designer and photographer, but also an experienced CG artist and character designer. Starting at an early age with gaming, he quickly grew addicted to shoot em ups. He began with the iconic game Vanguard for the old Atari 2600, and didn't stop until he had destroyed all of the … Continue reading Mario Malagrino and his work in progress, OUT-OF!
This article will be discussing the latest entry within the Call of Duty series. It may contain spoilers in some areas of the game. Continuing the trend with advancing into the Future, we find ourselves in the battle for the Solar System this time around! Utilizing the new mechanizes we find within the Space setting as … Continue reading Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare | Review
I admit it. At first glance, Stardew Valley didn't really look like my "cup of tea". After it was first released back in February, I noticed the beautiful pixel art and was a little intrigued but farming didn't seem quite exciting enough to invest in. On October 3rd, ConcernedApe released patch 1.1 on which introduced some new maps … Continue reading Indie Game Spotlight: Stardew Valley
Obsidian Entertainment strikes again with their new roleplaying masterpiece, Tyranny! Having just finished the game moments ago, I'm struggling to write this review because I'm already planning my next playthrough. If you've had the pleasure of playing Pillars of Eternity (Obsidian's previous release with Paradox Interactive), the gameplay and controls will be mostly recognizable from the start. The player fills … Continue reading Tyranny | Review
This article will be discussing the latest entry within the Titanfall series. It may contain spoilers in some areas of the game. This FPS sequel to the original Titanfall (2014) not only gives us a cross over to Sony, but also a Single Player campaign! We are also introduced to some new game mechanics to make our … Continue reading Titanfall 2 | Review
January 29, 1996. The same year classics such as Resident Evil, Super Mario 64, and Crash Bandicoot released. It's also the same year I got a 32x for my Genesis to play Doom from my father, and an original Playstation from my mother, for my fifth birthday. I didn't know it then, but a game came … Continue reading WALLET CRUSADERS: DUKE NUKEM 3D: 20th ANNIVERSARY WORLD TOUR
Although Ubisoft dropped a new update today, for the Xbox one and Playstation 4. The multiplayer is still not working. The co-op and normal story modes run fine, but no multiplayer. They haven't released when it will be out or up and running, but they have said that the patch for multiplayer is in certification … Continue reading Watch Dogs 2 multiplayer still a no-go.
*Spoiler Warning! Have you ever wanted to not only play as a Saiyan but turn Super Saiyan 3 and crush your enemies? This is right down your alley! Dragonball Xenoverse 2 gives you all of that and much more! Dragonball Xenoverse 2 Systems: PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4. Developer: Dimps Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment Release Date: … Continue reading Dragonball Xenoverse 2, and the fight for the future!
Space Toads Mayhem is the current project of Luke Snopkiewicz, a very retro-inspired topdown shooter. Aimed to capture the very essence of the 8-bit/16 bit games we grew to love as kids. Paving the way to becoming a bigger and better sequel of the original Space Toads (a simple web game done in HTML5 - … Continue reading Space Toads and it’s Mayhem in Space
Voice actors within the Gaming community are uniting and taking a stand against at least 11 (if not more) video game publishers, with some heavy weights such as Electronic Arts Productions, Insomniac Games, Activision, Disney and more. The Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) is the union representing or forcing voice … Continue reading AFK Discussions: The Strike on Voice Acting