Category Archives: Games

Sunday Video Round Up: August 19 – 25

If last week seemed a little light on content, this week will more than make up for it. The big news is that GamesCom 2018 finally arrived and of course, plenty of new content and trailers erupted out of it.

Dead Cells Impressions – Just. One. More. Run.

As most of you may know, Dead Cells is a game that has recently and unfortunately been pulled in to a vortex of controversy thanks in no part to the game itself. The fact that the issue stemmed from a

Sunday Video Round Up: August 12 – 18

Sunday has rolled around once again and that means it’s time to recap the week of trailers and gameplay in the Video Round Up. Without further adieu, here’s just a small taste of what’s waiting for you below the break.

Onrush Impressions – Mad Max Enters a Nightclub…

Onrush came out of nowhere for me. I got tuned into the game after seeing some beta footage and the words Burnout used to describe it. As one of my favorite arcade racers, seeing Burnout used to describe something in

What’s Left? Predicting the Final Super Smash Bros Ultimate Characters

Nintendo is making Switch gamers extremely happy with everything they’ve discussed with Super Smash Bros Ultimate to this point. Even days later, I’m still in shock on how much content Nintendo is throwing into this title. Is anyone else wondering

Sunday Video Round Up: August 5 – 11

*…bzzt…* Hey, hello? Is this thing on? After an extended break due to the post-E3 malaise and the relative lack of major release in the month of July, the Video Round Up has returned from its long slumber! For the

Super Smash Bros Ultimate Continues to Defy Expectations

Guys, I’m speechless. What Nintendo is doing with Super Smash Bros Ultimate is unreal. I have no idea where they go from here because they’re pulling out all of the stops to really make this the “Ultimate” edition that the

Now Arriving: Games of August 2018

Congrats on making it out of the gaming dead zone known as July. From here one, things are only going to improve as we begin our descent into the madness that is the fall and holiday release schedule. I’ll also

On Nostalgia, Live Service Games, and Being an Adult

I’ve been feeling particularly nostalgic lately, probably in large part to Splinter Cell Conviction going free last month on Xbox Live along with the recent World of Warcraft cinematics Blizzard put out to hype up the upcoming Battle for Azeroth

Saturday Video Round Up: April 15 – 21

Another week is in the books (or just beginning for some) and that means it’s time to catch up on all the latest trailers and gameplay you missed from the past week. So let’s get to it, shall we? Here are