Tag: Videogames

  • PAX East 2017: Postmortem

    After three days of gaming insanity in the city of Boston, I’m finally home. This was my first PAX, and definitely not my last. My feat hurt, my back aches, […]

  • The Building Backlog

    As it currently stands, I have a collection of about 20 or so odd games that I have yet to play or finish. Some aren’t even opened yet. For younger […]

  • Nintendo Switch – First Impressions

    The release of a new Nintendo console has always been a very special time for me. I got my first NES for Christmas in 1986, and it truly changed my […]

  • A New Middle-earth Game!

    Get ready to return to the realm of Middle-earth in order to KILL EVERYTHING. Ho-ly-crap, does this look good.

  • PAX-ward Bound

    In eight days, I’ll be boarding a plane to Boston in order to attend my first ever videogame con/expo – PAX East 2017! To say I’m excited is a serious […]

  • More of the Same – Rise of the Tomb Raider

    Many moons ago, when Rise of the Tomb Raider was first announced as an XBox exclusive for Microsoft’s then-new console, I proclaimed my outrage at the inefficiencies of a “paid exclusivity” […]

  • Exiting the Commonwealth – General Thoughts on Fallout 4

    After a month and a half, I have officially accomplished something I rarely do, and something I have never done with a Bethesda game: I finished Fallout 4 in its […]

  • Currently Playing “Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate”

    Its been a couple of weeks, so Ubisoft released a new “Assassin’s Creed“, presumably from one of their 892 side studios, like Ubisoft New York or Ubisoft Delaware or something; and, […]

  • Until Dawn – Halloween Horror Twitch Stream part 2

    Here we go! Chapters 3-8 of my Twitch livestream of Until Dawn. Nobody is dead yet, so I consider that a major bonus. Let’s see if I can get all these […]

  • Until Dawn – Halloween Horror Twitch Stream part 1

    I’ve started my official Halloween playthrough of Until Dawn, that choose-your-own-adventure cinematic video game that proves just a little interaction can go a long way.

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