Ghost of Tsushima sets off to the beautiful yet deadly Iki Island to finally face off against his sins of the past.
Days Gone has been a hard game to pin down as something that I’m dying to play ever since its announcement a couple of E3s back. It has always felt way too similar to The Last of Us in terms of setting, as both deal with some sort of zombie apocalypse or another, and gameplay, […]
It’s really hard to approach Nioh without talking about From Software’s Souls franchise’s influence on modern videogame design. Nowadays, practically every game to come out with action RPG elements is invariably compared to Souls. While From Software’s groundbreaking work is undeniable, it’s worth pulling the break and look at games for their own merits. Nioh […]
First rule of storytelling: Is this the most interesting part of your protagonist’s life? If it isn’t, why aren’t you showing us that? Persona 4 way back in 2008 was a fairly fresh RPG with an eclectic and timeless cast. Then Atlus followed up a few years later with Arena and its fantastic sequel, and […]
Perhaps if you had questioned people outside of the auditorium immediately following Sony’s press conference, you would not be surprised to hear that they may have recently found religion, citing three miracles that they had just witnessed, during the conference itself, the first being one of the best openings to a press conference in the […]
Bloodborne is such a huge game for Entertainium that we couldn’t just review it as we would normally do it. Callum and Eduardo are die hard fans of the ‘Souls series, and what better reason is there to do a co-op review than to have a look at From Software’s latest? There isn’t. Prepare for […]
The Metal Gear Solid series is no stranger to absurdity, so nobody was surprised that after the relatively well closure of the saga in Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, we would be getting even more new games that retcon new events and characters into the already convoluted timeline. Metal Gear Solid V: […]