This first impression is based on the story mode, not online multiplayer.Continue reading One Punch man: A Hero Nobody Knows | First Impressions (Review)
Black Desert Online released in December 2014 on PC, rolled out its console version in August 2019 and followed up with its mobile version in December 2019.Continue reading 4 reasons to download Black Desert Online for Steam
Though there are a lot of anticipated games set for release in the new year, there are a few that we are specifically looking forward to that have not had a lot of publicity or have had a lot of confusing events surrounding them. They all happen to be zombie-related games, but that is a complete coincidence. Nevertheless, they still hold the potential to provide hours of entertainment.Continue reading Games you should be excited for in 2020
I played some amazing and highly entertaining games this year. It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of the Destiny franchise and I follow Destiny 2 very closely on this site. However, I wanted to put together a list of games that I thoroughly enjoyed in addition to my main game.
The following list contains games that I completed full reviews on. In case you missed them, give the links included in the post a click and take a look. I have reviewed more games than this on the site, but not all of them made the list.Continue reading Favorite Playthroughs of 2019 (Game List)
I didn’t play the first Luigi’s Mansion or the second one, but I heard many good things about the most recent game, most specifically on Twitter, so I decided not to pass up the opportunity to try it out. This post is my first impression of Luigi’s Mansion 3. Keep in mind there are minor spoilers below.Continue reading Luigi’s Mansion 3: First Impressions (game review)
When I logged into Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, I was excited to return to the moon. There is a lot of nostalgia in returning to the moon in this game and it’s obvious as soon as you load in that Bungie was wisely aware of that.Continue reading Destiny 2: Shadowkeep is nostalgic and enjoyable (story review)
Borderlands 3 does a good job of not punishing you for not having played Borderlands 2. There is a mandatory training tutorial with Claptrap, but it’s not too annoying because it allows you to do the thing you came to do, shoot things and get loot. There’s even a tutorial boss to get you acclimated to the mechanics of the fight. All the while Lilith is warping in and out of your mind saying that she’s coming, but she’s definitely taking her sweet time.Continue reading 10 hours into Borderlands 3 (review)