Throwback Bit Thursday: Resident Evil 2

In many gaming circles, 1998 is considered the best year for video games in history. Games like The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Metal Gear Solid, Xenogears, Half-Life, Banjo-Kazooie, Panzer Dragoon Saga, Tekken 3, and Resident Evil 2 among others. All these games (many which still top All Time Great listings) were released within… Continue reading Throwback Bit Thursday: Resident Evil 2

Throwback Bit Thursday: Resident Evil 4

This week we are celebrating Shinji Mikami’s 30th year birthday in the industry. As such, it seems like an opportune time to look back and reflect on Resident Evil 4. The GameCube release of the series’ 4th entry is Mikami’s highest rated game, and a bona fide masterpiece. The GameCube Needed a Mega Hit Keeping… Continue reading Throwback Bit Thursday: Resident Evil 4

Metro Exodus (Xbox One/PS4) Review

Metro 2033, and Metro: Last Light are in my opinion, the greatest first person shooting single player experiences ever made. Based on the Russian novels by Dmitry Glukhovsky, the games perfectly captured the essence of the books. The novels were highly atmospheric. Reading through Metro 2033, I could imagine the chilly temperatures of Russia’s vast,… Continue reading Metro Exodus (Xbox One/PS4) Review

A Plague Tale: Innocence (PS4/Xbox One) Review

It is not often that I am generally pleased by a game that I hadn’t read much about, and therefore had low expectations for, before I finally played it. That’s the case with A Plague Tale: Innocence, Asobo Studio’s 3rd person action adventure game available on Windows PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. While Asobo… Continue reading A Plague Tale: Innocence (PS4/Xbox One) Review

The Last Of Us: Part II Review

Editor’s note: The Reviewer Samuel Rivera, Played 25 hours, and 12 minutes of the game (From the opening Scene to the end of the credits), he didn’t read any other reviews of the game prior to writing his own, even though he knew the Metacritic Score for the game was 96 at the time he… Continue reading The Last Of Us: Part II Review

The Last of Us: Part II Beats PS4 Record by Selling 4 Million in 3 Days

Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Part II lived up to its hype as the most anticipated PS4 exclusive ever, by becoming the fastest selling exclusive title in the system. TLoU2 beats out the former title holder Square Enix’s Final Fantasy VIIR, which sold 3.5 million units in three days. The numbers shouldn’t be surprising.… Continue reading The Last of Us: Part II Beats PS4 Record by Selling 4 Million in 3 Days

Throwback Bit Thursday: Resident Evil: Code Veronica (DC)

A failed attempt of developing a Resident Evil 2 port for the Sega Saturn ended up in the development of Resident Evil: Code Veronica. Code Veronica chronologically speaking was the true sequel to Resident Evil 2, even if Resident Evil 3: Nemesis ended up being the numbered successor to the PlayStation survival horror hit. While… Continue reading Throwback Bit Thursday: Resident Evil: Code Veronica (DC)

The Last of Us Part II: Violent, Dark and Cynical About Mankind

An in depth piece by GQ magazine chronicling (Director) Neil Druckmann’s struggles during the most anticipated PlayStation 4 game’s last two years of development, reveals incredible details about how Naughty Dog went above and beyond the call of duty to create a story, and characters ahead of anything seen in a video game before. Druckmann… Continue reading The Last of Us Part II: Violent, Dark and Cynical About Mankind

PlayStation CEO Hopes For The Last of Us Part II To Be A Defining Game

In a CNET.com Interview, Sony PlayStation’s President and CEO Jim Ryan discussed a variety of topics including the Last of Us Part II, and PlayStation’s pricing. As the company prepares for its PS5 games reveal this week Ryan seems confident on Sony’s ability to carry out a perfect launch for its next generation system. “We… Continue reading PlayStation CEO Hopes For The Last of Us Part II To Be A Defining Game