Just a heads up to all of you who wanted to buy this game for PC at the store like I did. There is only half of the game on the disk and EA expects you to download the other 7GB from their site. In other words, the game you thought you bought isn’t on […]
Last month Gotham City Imposters was supposed to come out …but it didn’t. It was bumped to February so hopefully I’ll finally get a chance to own it. But that’s not on today’s Horizon.
Kingdoms of Amalur: The Reckoning
I’m pleased to say that this month Kingdoms of Amalur: The Reckoning will finally […]
This page of the journal is about little more than the variety of personalities I’ve met so far in Skyrim. I am Doone the Huntsman and for now I make my place at Whiterun. I’m amazed ever session that I sit down to immerse myself in this world.
Is it bad that the town drunk […]
Last week on Extra Credits, the topic of the D3 auction house was discussed. I haven’t really known what to think of this feature for a while, but watching this episode helped voice some of my own concerns about what this means for video games.
If Blizzard is good anything, it’s turning your […]
I’ve got a reputation in the community for my harsh criticism of Skyrim. As I continue to make my way through the game I come closer and closer to understanding Nils’ position on the quality of the game. I’m gonna try to lay out the reasons for that here.
Foremost, I stand by […]
First, I must echo the sentment of Nils. For that reason, this first impression will be shorter since you can literally read his article for my other impressions.
At game start I was excited. I enjoyed the caravan ride (as a prisoner even) and how it really set-up the the events to come […]
This little humble series will be dedicated to hardcore RPGers who may consider themselves somewhat of a softcore player. Like me.
Eastern games usually have very little appeal for me for a few reasons, but one is key: the brutality of the experience. Some games are so punishing that the difficulty casts a shadow over […]
Games like this have a firm grasp, concept wise, on the future of RPGs. Remember RPGs where there weren’t really any quests? Like, maybe you’d find one but they were really cool, rare, special things? Terraria is such a game, but […]
This article is targeted at those of us who usually stay away from games that are very unforgiving, punishing, harsh, and brutal. I’m talking about games that come to be characterized by long corpse runs, loss of items upon death, […]
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