The Importance of Stories

I had a discussion (in truth it was an argument) with an individual on why people purchased games. I argued that it was for the stories excluding certain titles that are not story driven. This individual however argued that it was for the action, gameplay and graphics. He then believed

Dark Confidant #7 – Red Screen of Doom

Evening readers. So I’m sitting here in my chair playing Warface, the latest free to play game on the Xbox 360 from the creators of Crysis. Playing this game reminds of back when first person shooters (FPS) were about skill not quick reflexes. I think somewhere in the past 10 years

CoD: Ghosts: Easter Eggs # 2

Welcome to the second installment of Call of Duty Ghosts: Easter-Eggs. This time around I am going to focus on the Onslaught maps. I know it has been awhile, but I have spent this time trying to locate the easter-eggs I am going to reveal to you. One of these

Darkest Dungeon Brought To Light

This week, I’ve decided to shed the spotlight on Darkest Dungeon a game currently in developement by Red Hook Studios that received over $300,000 on Kickstarter last month. The game’s central theme interests me as it brings about the question, what would happen if your “hero’s” were a little less

The Ideal Game

When I was younger, I would play Mario and enjoy every minute of it.  As I grew up, I realized that modern video-games are not necessarily superior to their predecessors.  Sure these ‘new’ games have better graphics, more controls, and you can do more than just side scroll, but these