Call of Duty: Warzone is officially bringing Godzilla and King Kong to Caldera, adding to a diverse list of crossover events that have included Die Hard, Rambo, Scream, and Snoop Dogg. While these injections of pop culture have next to nothing to do with Warzone or any of the Call of Duty games integrated into …Read More »
Kao the Kangaroo is a Crash Bandicoot wannabe, but I think thats okay
Once upon a time in video game land, everyone wanted to be Crash Bandicoot. Heck, even I wanted to be Crash Bandicoot and ride tiny, adorable polar bears through snowy landscapes – albeit maybe without the nitro crates. So were born a number of look and play-alikes, including Kao the …Read More »
With Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, and Legends Arceus, the series is finally embracing its true potential
The idea of an open-world Pokemon game – one in which you can roam, explore, and live side-by-side with Pokemon, has existed since the very first game. For a long time, platform limitations put paid to realizing the dream, with the heavy lifting historically left to the franchise’s video formats. …Read More »
Have you tried… Unraveling the mysteries of an abandoned Nazi bunker in Paradise Lost?
“No matter how dark the night, the new day’s sun will always rise,” Szymon’s mother says in an early flashback. This stayed with me throughout Paradise Lost. Framed around the five stages of grief, this is a quiet story of exploration, and acceptance – all shrouded in mystery. A mystery …Read More »
25 best shooters to play right now
You’re spoiled for choice when it comes to the best shooters. Whether you’re looking for awesome first-person shooters to bring you into new worlds, or the best third-person shooters that give you a broader look at the battlefield, there’s something for everybody in our ranking of the 25 best shooter …Read More »
Have you tried… being overly protective of a boat and a plant in Far: Changing Tides?
In the old, abandoned relics of a wooden house, there’s a small bright petal plant in a green pot that’s still thriving in Far: Changing Tides. I can’t help but pick it up, this little flash of color in a world of muted tones. Flinging it on my back, it’s …Read More »
Why everybody is talking about Palia, the free-to-play community sim that looks like Valheim mixed with Animal Crossing
Following the announcement that Palia, the Animal Crossing-Valheim mash up, will be free-to-play we have resurfaced our preview of the upcoming cozy community sim. Below, you’ll find our original impressions of Palia from when we were given a look at the game last summer. The developers behind new PC game …Read More »
Im having fun with Warzone Season 2 despite its best efforts to keep me out
I was excited for Warzone Season 2. In fact, I said that all of the changes coming to this second season of Warzone Pacific convinced me to play again after the Call of Duty: Vanguard integration left a sour taste in my mouth. And Warzone Season 2 is a ton …Read More »
Warzone Season 2 changes have convinced me to play again
Warzone Season 2 is coming to save the day. At least, that’s certainly what it seems like after the latest Call of Duty blog post (opens in new tab) detailed “over 30 improvements” that will be implemented when Season 2 drops on Monday, February 14. Since the Call of Duty: …Read More »
Have you tried…simping for Eldritch gods in Sucker for Love: First Date?
I’d like to believe that H.P. Lovecraft is rolling in his grave at the idea of Sucker for Love: First Date, a dating sim where you invoke big-boobied Eldritch gods by performing unspeakable horrors in order to get a smooch from them. While his body of work is undeniable, Lovecraft …Read More »