A Pirate’s Life for Me?

Sea of Thieves game guide

I didn’t think much of Sea of Thieves when it was unveiled in 2015. When I was in grade school, Rare was a great developer that created some of my most beloved gaming franchises. Those days are long gone, and Microsoft purchased the studio. Not for their development skills, but for Rare’s IPs. Let’s be […]

Speculation: EA’s ‘Live Service’ Star Wars Game

Star Wars EA: Speculation: EA's 'Live Service' Star Wars Game

EA has seen better days, and 2017 was not kind on the public relations side. But they still made a boatload of money. 2015’s Star Wars Battlefront sold over 14 million copies but lacked content and map variety at launch. Battlefront 2, on the other hand, offered tons of maps from various timelines, a single […]

The Switch Still Needs Basic Functionality

Sad Mario

Update: Hulu is on Switch, the article has been changed to reflect this. The Nintendo Switch is selling like hotcakes and has officially outsold the lifetime sales of the Wii U. Nintendo did a great job supplying Switch owners with a steady stream of first party games and a dash of indie game releases in between. […]

Xbox’s New Strategy To Retake The Throne

Xbox One X

Xbox One is a great console with several SKUs for people to choose from. Early adopters have the original Xbox One and new customers are able to buy the Xbox One S and Xbox One X. Xbox One S is a new default version of the Xbox One but with the added feature of 4K […]

Changes Coming for Destiny 2 Year One

Destiny 2 Fireteam

Changes Coming for Destiny 2 Year One Bungie is making several changes to Destiny 2 to address issues with both the player base and microtransactions. A brief summary of the launch of Destiny 2 and the controversy that followed after: Destiny 2 became a hit when released in September 2017, making it one of the top-selling games of […]

Will Devil May Cry 5 and Bayonetta 3 have a Semi-Open World?

Bayonetta 3 Feature

The Nintendo Switch is receiving a big dose of Bayonetta this year with the confirmation of Bayonetta 1 & 2 arriving in February 2018. Gamers also found out at The Game Awards that Bayonetta is getting a new installment. The game will remain a platform exclusive, which is great for Nintendo and Switch owners, and […]

Can Bethesda Corner the Single-Player Market?


With recent news and holiday games coming out, it’s becoming apparent that loot boxes and other micro-transactions are seeping into AAA games. For better or worse, these new monetization methods seem to be here to stay. You can read my previous article, The Loot-Box Surge, for more information on loot boxes and the players who […]

The Loot Box Surge: Current Culprits


2017 has been a great year for video game releases with several game of the year contenders. The year started off with amazing titles such as Resident Evil 7, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Nier: Automata, Persona 5, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Nioh, For Honor, Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Injustice 2, and Splatoon 2. […]

Nine Games Cheated out of the SNES Classic Lineup


The SNES Classic contains an impressive lineup for nostalgic and curious gamers alike to enjoy for hours.  Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Earthbound, and Street Fighter II are just a few of the 21 titles packed into the miniature system. However, there are some games that were popular and beloved […]

Can Egypt Save Assassin’s Creed?

A Quick Re-Cap Assassin’s Creed, for better or worse, has been a prominent IP in the video games industry. When people describe new games from Ubisoft, they often remark that it’s an “Ubisoft game.” Which meant that that it was a game with an open world, collectibles, towers, and other various tasks associated in the […]