Friday, September 18, 2020


Top 5 Things That I Loved About The 1990s.

My favorite thing that I absolutely loved about The 1990s was watching The OG Power Rangers on Saturday Mornings when I was a kid, etc.

Is PlayStation Now Worth Getting?

July 20, 2020 by  
Filed under Gaming, News, PlayStation/PS4

The interface for PlayStation Now is so-so. Or rather it’s bad if you’re on PC. For some reason, there’s no search function to narrow down the list. What you end up with is this free-for-all battle royal of video game cover art to pick a game. There’s some order to things with categories but expect to scroll quite a bit unless something hits you off the bat.

Idle Champions: Idle RPGs Now D&D Flavored.

May 8, 2020 by  
Filed under Gaming, News, PC/Mobile/Android/iOS, RPGs

So, did Idle Champions change my mind on idle games? Not really. I will say I’ve been entertaining some idle RPGs—particularly Idle Heroes—to see if I’ve been too harsh on them. Idle Champions got those games to that point. We’ll find out in a few weeks if I’m still on the “idle RPGs are trash” hill or if I’ll be recommending them to you.

Streets Of Rage 4 – My Analysis & Review.

Note #1: Even though The Y Twins in Streets Of Rage 4 aren’t as menacing, intimidating, badass, ruthless, and vicious as their notorious father Mr. X was back during The Original Streets Of Rage Era in the 1990s, but that’s okay because a lot of people fail to understand that not every child(ren) will grow up having the same characteristics as their parent(s).

Metro Exodus: Some Mistakes are Good Mistakes.

Many fans were hurt, but the insane review bombing didn’t hurt the company. Sometimes you think about the worse, and later you find out that it was much less horrible than you imagine. Probably, this was the case with Metro Exodus publisher

Chill Games Corner: American Truck Simulator.

January 30, 2020 by  
Filed under Gaming, News, PC/Mobile/Android/iOS, Simulation

American Truck Simulator is a true chill game. I play this, Stardew Valley, or Starbound when I get too heated from playing more action-oriented games or when I’m stomped in business management sims. ATS really allows me to get my head straight by just traveling between cities, seeing the landscape, and listening to the in-game radio stations.

There is a very mild degree of anxiety when falling behind on a deadline but for the most part the game isn’t punishing if you fail. You have one main objective and when there’s not a ton of things going on, it’s easy to focus and take it easy in a game.

Check Out Cyber Knights.

January 30, 2020 by  
Filed under Gaming, News, PC/Mobile/Android/iOS, RPGs

Cyber Knights is just an RPG that you can play for hours at a time and might drive you to get the Elite version. If you love cyberpunk or enjoyed playing Shadowrun, snatch up this title.

EverQuest Online Adventures: The One Sony Let Go.

January 2, 2020 by  
Filed under Gaming, News, PlayStation/PS4, RPGs

So, is that “back to the drawing board?” You’d think that was the case but Sony’s said nothing about bringing the franchise to console. To be honest, I don’t even know how big of a deal it would be at this point considering the other MMORPGs on PlayStation 4 and how things have moved more towards MOBAs and competitive gaming.

Old School RPG Corner: Dark Cloud.

January 2, 2020 by  
Filed under Gaming, News, Old School RPG, PlayStation/PS4

If you’d like something like Ocarina of Time on PlayStation, Dark Cloud is on the PlayStation Network! While it did get a sequel two years later in Dark Cloud 2, I always felt it should’ve had more entries in the series. It was a game with that much potential.

Remembering the Ouya.

January 2, 2020 by  
Filed under Gaming, News, PC/Mobile/Android/iOS

For all its faults, the first Ouya would’ve served as a good start for future consoles in that line. Of course, it probably wouldn’t have reached a second console anyway.

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