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You Can’t Separate the Parent from the Company

Bethesda, for many, is a company best known for franchises like Elder Scrolls or Fallout and in recent years, Doom and Wolfenstein. However, there...

Platform Matters

With the 3DS slowly working its way into retirement and countless other consoles that have been put out to pasture, there has been an...

EVO Exemplifies What’s Wrong with eSports

EVO 2018 is here, and if it's your birthday in the next few days (like myself)—or you just happen to have a free weekend—you...

To Fire or Not to Fire, That is the Question!

Warning, opinions ahead. I believe everyone at this point has become familiar with the recent Guild Wars 2 drama surrounding Arena Net. If you are...

One Month With PlayStation VR

It's now been just about a month since I purchased a PlayStation VR, and while I certainly haven't played every title, I have played enough...

“Let’s Go” Pokemon Brand Isn’t Splitting The Fan Base, It’s Strengthening...

When Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee were announced, fans were concerned that these titles would be replacing the mainline Pokémon titles. Luckily, in the same...

E3 2018 Press Conferences’ Reactions and Thoughts

After being treated to a variety of announcements and presentations, E3 2018 has finally come to a close. Its now time to gather our thoughts and share our reactions for not only all the presentations but E3 as a whole.

Releasing Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate Just Confuses Everyone

Unfortunately, Capcom being Capcom, they look to be either making an extremely smart decision or an extremely misguided one for the franchise in their announcement of Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate.

No Country for Old Games

Time and time again when someone new to a franchise is asking for help on which game to begin with, a flood of answers recommending one of the greatest, yet older entries of a franchise is usually the result. For many, this is the wrong approach to recommending a title to a new player of a franchise

Decisions, Decisions: My Week Off

I now have found myself with an entire week of no responsibilities and wanting to take advantage of this rare moment in one of the ways that I, in my youth, would have done—play games. But, not any game or games can be played in this rare moment in my life; it must be curated and selected with great consideration.

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