Hot off the wild and unexpected conclusion to Episode 3, Life Is Strange 2: Episode 4—Faith puts us back in the shoes of Sean Diaz, now separated from his brother Daniel and recovering in the hospital.
Most people know about the Dark Knight’s beginnings. Little Bruce Wayne’s parents were murdered in front of his eyes and he was unable to stop them. Growing up, he trained with ninjas and eventually donned the cowl and became Batman. Now, he [...]
Developer: 38 Studios, Big Huge Games Publisher: 38 Studios, Electronic Arts Platforms: PC, Xbox 360, Playstation 3 Genre: RPG. Action Rating: M Price: $19.99 Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning is an action-roleplaying game from the now-defunct 38 Studios and [...]
Some pieces of video game music are iconic. Even non-gamers will likely recognize the Super Mario theme or The Legend of Zelda overworld music. Music is probably one of the most under appreciated aspect of video games though. Non-gamers are often [...]
Burned out by the unsatisfying payoff that Far Cry 2 offers given the tediousness of regenerating enemy checkpoints split between two maps and my relative disdain for FPS games after Spec Ops: The Line, completing Far Cry 3 had been far from a priority. [...]
One of the biggest hooks a game can have to draw me in, is a character creator. I really appreciate games that offer a lot of choices in them and having a character creator is a huge step in that direction, even if the story is fairly linear. It allows [...]
Much has been discussed regarding the treatment of women in video games. Anita Sarkeesian infamously did an entire video series on this topic. While many people took issue with information she presented, it is undeniable that video games have largely [...]
Bioware is known for writing characters with a great amount of depth to them. From Mass Effect to Dragon Age to Star Wars, their games have always been made or broken by their characters. This is one of the reasons the original Mass Effect trilogy [...]