I’ve been playing through Fire Emblem: Three Houses and having a blast. For some reason, I picked “Classic” mode when starting my game and paid no attention to what it meant. It took me until the start of Chapter 6 to realize that students/units you lose in battle you lose forever — unless you’re playing on casual, which I wasn’t....
With all the negative attention surrounding Elder Scrolls Blades on mobile, I figured it might be a good time to point out some alternatives. Personally, I don’t mind the first mobile iteration of Elder Scrolls. As long as you approach it as a bite-sized and shallow game you’ll be fine. It’s great for short bursts of play when you want...
More recently, Bethesda opened up Elder Scrolls Blades for everyone. Before that, only a select few had limited access. I was one of those lucky few and have been playing for a few weeks early.
I quite enjoy the game and was certain it would be well received. Boy was I wrong. Now that it’s available the collective sentiment seems to be negative.
Until I got my hands on Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, I’ve had a tough time enjoying my time with games. AC ignited my love.
Just gonna’ keep this short and sweet. Here are some of the best Black Friday deals I’ve seen on games and accessories so far. Happy shopping everyone.
Best Deals: Monster Hunter World $15, God of War $17, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey $27, and more.
Hulu is currently offering a full year’s subscription for $12, which divides into $0.99 per month. The fine print says it’s for a “limited commercials plan” which means you’ll still get some, but that’s a great deal for Hulu premium. Normally it’s $7.99 per month. I know it’s not gaming related, but I had to tell someone. Crazy deal.
For anyone interested, I just picked up Middle Earth: Shadow of War for the PS4 for $20 at Gamestop and it includes the Season Pass free. I was a little worried personally, because I’ve bought games from there before that promise to offer a “free code” on the receipt but this time it turned out to be true; it works,...
Just came back from the dead to say this looks fantastic. Hopefully, it turns out to be so. Official site is here if you want to check it out.
Back in March of 2016, I wrote a review of The Division – Vulgamification in my terms – where I praised the game quite a bit. At the time, I was enjoying the game, and I felt there was plenty of content for the money I invested. Eventually, the content seemed a bit stale, but that’s because I was playing...
This is an incredibly thought-provoking piece on where lootboxes got their start, and how the industry is positioned to change in the future. Right on.
Everything they added looks good on paper, now let’s see how it works in the game.
Yo, I don’t even care that it’s not in English. This is fucking awesome. If you don’t think so, you’re lame.