Category Archives: Opinion

The Insanity of Far Cry 5 Summed Up In One Quest

I initially had cold feet with Far Cry 5. My main worry that it would continue similar gameplay loops from its predecessors. Far Cry 3 was a fantastic game, introducing us to a wacked out and completely charismatic villain in Vaas,

5 More Things I Want to See In The Division 2

Full disclosure, I wrote an article on this very topic back in December 2017. I’m doing it again. Obviously, since that point, a lot has happened in the world of The Division. At that time, I had just rejoined the game

The Loot Box Effect

As I was cruising around for deals last week during Black Friday, I began to notice a trend starting to take shape with online stores. As you might imagine, recent EA games have begun to take a nose dive with user

The Breath of Fresh Air That Is Assassin’s Creed: Origins

Time. It just doesn’t seem to be on my side these days. As much as I wanted to have a post up talking about all the things I really like about Assassin’s Creed: Origins, from its loot system, stronger RPG

The Star Wars Conundrum

I find the current situation that Star Wars Battlefront 2 finds itself in fascinating considering how quickly the community has turned on the game. Since its reveal earlier this year, the game seemingly had everything going for it, the developers

Injustice 2 Fighter Pack 3 News, Ed Boon Trolling, and Turtles

The moment many fighting game fans were waiting for finally happened this past weekend as Fighter Pack 3 was revealed for Injustice 2, putting to rest the speculation and rumors regarding the next wave of fighters. NetherRealm previously revealed Atom

Two Months Later: Destiny 2

Time flies when you’re having fun, right? It’s crazy to think that it’s already been two months since Destiny 2 first hit shelves. I like to think that in that time, the newness aspect of game ownership, you know, where

6 Awesome Halloween Inspired Video Game Events

Happy Halloween everyone! May you have a truly spooktacular day. The concept of limit time events in video games is a newer one thanks in large part to the reliance on the internet. While some may lament the loss of

4 Surprising Changes In Middle-earth: Shadow of War

After a slight delay, Middle-earth: Shadow of War is finally here, continuing the story of Talion and Celebrimbor as they take the fight to Sauron in Mordor. Shadow of Mordor was one of those games that seemed like it wasn’t

With Visceral Games Shutting Down, Single Player Games Take Another Hit

I don’t think 2017 has gone exactly as expected as EA initially thought. The first blemish came earlier this year with Mass Effect Andromeda, which launched and got (unfairly IMO) lambasted by social media over wonky animations. While I enjoyed the