Guns and guts and gore, OH MY! Demons on Mars wanting me to die?
Oh, I don’t think so; I rip and tear, I’m… The Doomguy! 2016’s Doom breathes new life into a classic FPS that helped shape modern-day shooters. And with Doom: Eternal right around the corner, I wanted to dive feet first into hell.
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There was only one game in recent history that blew my mind in terms of quality, polish, story, and everything, and that was Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt. As a Witcher fan, the game impressed me and made me feel so at home. From that point on, I held games up to Witcher 3 in terms of benchmarking of quality.
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Demon Souls and Dark Souls hearkened in an era of pattern-and-stamina based combat; you have a limited amount of stamina to use in combat until you need to rest before blocking, dodging, sprinting and striking. New Zealand’s studio A44’s Ashen took this inspiration in stride and condensed it down for an indie game. Continue reading “Ashen Review”
As we all know, parties are hyped before the party actually begins; you have the planning, announcement, and party day. Leading up to the party there is excitement and hype for the fun to begin! This is comparable to game launches; there’s the planning of the game, the announcement of the game, and finally the party that is the release! Continue reading “Cyan’s Obduction review”