The latest game from the team that brought you the wonderful Stick It to the Man is here. Well, it’s been here for quite a few months now, actually. I apologize for the length of time it’s taken to get this up for all of you – the original curator of this article defected, and my schedule became such that I couldn’t attend to the site for several months. I have come across a bit of time though, and I look forward to interacting with all of you again. So without further ado… Read More »
Way of the Samurai has been a series I’ve always enjoyed, despite never really doing well on a critical level. Perhaps it is the fact that I adore Japanese culture, or maybe the fact that it’s more open-world than most other games are despite their claims. All I know is that I played the series by chance in 2002, and have since been happy to find a new one come out, despite such little fanfare – and get localized, no less! Read More »
You may remember the original release of Divinity: Original Sin on the PC. We reviewed it. The good news is, the game just launched with a ton of improvements and new content for consoles! The better news? If you already have it on PC, it’s been upgraded for free! Look for a review of the console version in the coming days.
I grew up watching my brother and uncle play games like Command & Conquer and StarCraft, so naturally I started playing them myself. While I never really had the opportunity to play them online in their heyday, I did manage to participate in LAN parties when that was still a thing people did (I know some still do, but I don’t have the opportunities to do so). However, beyond Red Alert, I lost interest in Westwood’s series. Partially because I never really gave them the chance, and also (I imagine) because it was taken over by EA Los Angeles. While StarCraft 2‘s last(?) entry is not far off, it was hard to ignore a game that was promising to play like the RTS games of yore. After all, those are the games I loved in the genre, and things like EndWar just don’t do it for me. Read More »