Games

I've Finally Begun to Enjoy Final Fantasy XIV

I've been playing MMORPGs since Neverwinter Nights on AOL. If there's a major one out, I at least give it a try. But my relationship with Final Fantasy XIV has been rocky. I was dumb enough to buy the 1.0 Collector's Edition and because of how broken that was I didn't really get into A …

Too Many Games to Play & Cool Tech

Once again I've gone to long making any blog post, but this time I have the Switch to blame for it as well as other games that have come out. Nearly a month later I'm still playing Breath of the Wild. The game deserved every single perfect score it received, and I don't even know …

For Honor

I haven't been able to blog much as it's been a busy month, but I had to write something up about For Honor. I'm absolutely not one of those UbiSoft haters, Watch_Dogs 2 was easily one of my favorite games from last year, and I've been looking forward to For Honor for a while. I …

My Thoughts on Nintendo Switch

It's been almost a week since Nintendo officially unveiled the Switch, and there are still people out there overreacting over the system's price...and I think I understand why. Honestly I think a lot of people still have problems thinking outside of the console "box". For quite a while mobile gaming (iOS/Android) has been rapidly overtaking …

PlayStation VR & PlayStation 4 Pro

I know I said I wouldn't be buying any VR headsets this year, but I did break down and get a PlayStation VR launch bundle. I wrote a review of it for Furious Fanboys and even a few days after having it I still like it. But the resolution the VR games run in is …

Beam Streaming

After Micrsoft bought Beam last week I decided to check it out, and it's actually a great streaming service both for viewers and streamers. I think it's a lot better than Twitch and I intend to be using it a lot. The big thing is interactivity, so the Twitch Plays Pokemon sort of thing is …

Spent More Time With The Aetherlight

Yesterday I wrote about how I recently found out about a new game called The Aetherlight: Chronicles of the Resistance, and last night I spent more time with the game and came away impressed with what the dev team has pulled off. If you've ever played a browser-based game aimed at younger gamers such as …

FIVE: Guardians of David and The Aetherlight

I can remember going to the Bible Bookstore as a kid and renting the (pretty terrible) Wisdom Tree unlicensed NES Bible Games. Bible Adventures and Exodus: Journey to the Promised Land really weren't the greatest games (although I always thought a Samson Bonks Adventure-style game would be fun), but they apparently sold pretty well because …

Dear Gaming Press, Native 4K Matters (Just Like 1080p Did in 2013)

On September 7th, Sony will officially unveil the "PlayStation 4K" or "PS4 Neo" at 3:00pm Eastern in New York City. Based on leaked slides meant for developers, the new 4.2 TFLOPs revision of the PlayStation 4 likely won't be able to provide native 4K gaming and instead will rely on various ways to upscale games. …

Xbox One S & 4K Upscaling Does Improve Current Games

After watching a few movies on my new 4K setup I decided to check out a game on the Xbox One S. I've been playing Doom a lot on my PC (just a GTX 970, but I can run it maxxed very smoothly), so I wanted to see how the Xbox One version fared on …