Opinion, Video Games

No Man’s Sky Is The Biggest Success Story Of This Generation

When No Man's Sky released back in 2016 I was absolutely ecstatic. I followed the development of the game through the long months leading up until launch. It was such an ambitious idea that mesmerized me from the start. An open universe game that never ends. Like, completely open universe. We were told that there… Continue reading No Man’s Sky Is The Biggest Success Story Of This Generation

Retro Gaming, Video Games

Let’s Talk: Crash Bandicoot

Hello my faithful fans! I hope everybody is doing well! Since I missed my article last week, due to computer mishaps, my viewers were treated to a surprise article from my buddy Jericoh101. Now today we are gonna talk about a game that’s near and dear to my heart. It was one of the first… Continue reading Let’s Talk: Crash Bandicoot

Video Games

Let’s Talk: Rachet and Clank

The end of the year coming closer and the release of the PlayStation 5 is just around the corner. One game I’m waiting for for anxiously is the new Rachet and Clank Rift Apart. With a new title in the franchise, and not having played a Rachet and Clank since I was young, I ran… Continue reading Let’s Talk: Rachet and Clank

Opinion, Video Games

To PvE or PvP?

Like most adult gamers of today I grew up strictly singleplayer. During the early and mid 2000s, singleplayer games were all we had! Of course with the few exceptions of split screen, we were just used to a good solo experience. It was enjoyable. There was no stress to be the best, because the only… Continue reading To PvE or PvP?

Video Games

Three Games (Plus 1634 More)

If I’ve done my math right, by the time this is published there should be a little over three days left for you get 1637 games for five dollars. Not five dollars each. Five dollars. Right now, itch.io is offering a Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality, with half of the proceeds going to NAACP… Continue reading Three Games (Plus 1634 More)

Video Games

Civilization 6: An Experience Not A Game

Sid Meier's Civilization franchise is the grand daddy of all strategy games. It's easy to see how such a legendary franchise is able to stay at the top after 20 plus years of development. Civilization has been a influential figure on most modern 4x strategy games from Stelaris to Age Of Wonders. So what is… Continue reading Civilization 6: An Experience Not A Game

Review, Video Games

Let’s Talk: Oceanhorn

Being stuck inside for however many days I’ve been inside (I lost count somewhere around April) I’ve been digging into some more childhood games. As a young kid I couldn’t get over my obsession with Legend of Zelda, it’s my all time favorite franchise and I’ve played each game to death, all except for the… Continue reading Let’s Talk: Oceanhorn

Opinion, Video Games

Rainbow Six Siege: Toxic Culture

Very few games can capture the pro gaming community's attention, but ever since its release, Rainbow Six Siege has been at the front dominating the pro circuit. The game is an absolute thrill to play with a group of friends. For those who don't know, Siege is a 5v5 tactical shooter where one team attempts… Continue reading Rainbow Six Siege: Toxic Culture

Retro Gaming, Video Games

Top Resident Evil Bosses To Haunt Your Nightmares

Those who know me know that I'm a huge Resident Evil fan. One of the greatest parts of Capcom's franchise is the titanic boss battles through out the series. This list is in no particular order, and each one on this entry remains at the top of their respective entry in the franchise. Let's get… Continue reading Top Resident Evil Bosses To Haunt Your Nightmares

Video Games

101 Militia’s Top 5 Games That Deserve A Remaster

We live in an age of remasters and remakes in video game culture. There are so many amazing games that deserve to be brought back to late for an audience that missed it last generation. These titles were some of the best of the time, and really made the last generation special. With the next… Continue reading 101 Militia’s Top 5 Games That Deserve A Remaster