Final Fantasy XIV’s follow-up to Endwalker starts off with a light mood and leaves you wanting for more.
Final Fantasy XIV’s the one the best MMOs available, and it’s easy to get lost in its extensive job system. A brief account of how much I’ve been enjoying an array of different game activities.
Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is a brainless character action game that somewhat retells the events of the original Final Fantasy in a fashion that’s very Team Ninja, read: really silly.
Marvel’s Avengers is an average character action game with a fun single player campaign. Unfortunately it’s saddled with a tiring, formulaic and repetitive mission-based multiplayer that hinges on gear score progression and feels tired and wholly unnecessary.
It wasn’t easy taking the Dying Light 2 appointment first thing at E3. Not only was that game one of my most anticipated from last year’s show, but the entire thing took place in a pretty dark room, and I was dumb enough to take notes in a notebook, thus very little of it is […]
If you can ignore the really poor storytelling and the fact this new version of Lara Croft flings the previous games’ character development out the freaking window, Shadow of the Tomb Raider can be widely enjoyed as the closest to a proper old-school Tomb Raider the reboot series has ever been.