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Nov
14

Tomb Raider vs. Fallout: Under Pressure

Lara Croft and her Tomb Raider games have always been under some degree of scrutiny: whether it was what got her attention in the first place, the quality of her games, or the fact that, to this day, her releases have […]

Nov
14

The Division To Allow Some Realtime Swapping

In a pretty awesome Q&A video with the developers of The Division, some pretty neat details about the game are revealed: first and foremost, the ability to hotswap abilities and gun customizations while in the open world and in combat situations. It’s […]

Nov
14

Kenny’s Fallout 4 Log – Day 3

How Seth Got His Groove Back November 13th on PlayStation 4 Yeah, so, my character’s name is Seth: there’s a bit of a story behind that name and there’s about four I try to inject into just about every self-injection […]

Nov
11

Kenny’s Fallout 4 Log – Day 1

Deathclaws and Power Armor, Already? November 11th, 2015 on PlayStation 4: A lot’s happened in a short amount of time. In the first couple of hours I’ve put into the game, introduction included, I’ve already got my first companion, racked […]

Nov
11

PlayStation Plus Review: November 2015

This month provides a little bit of the good, the bad, and the downright ugly on the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection front, this month, and I’m here to provide you a little insight on what you’re getting, this month, […]

Nov
02

Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition Review

This review was written using a digital copy of the game for PlayStation 4. There was a long time where I was an avid Dungeons and Dragons player – up until around the time Edition 3.5 came about – and there […]

Nov
01

New Shenmue III Screenshots Revealed

  [youtube id=”gY6GzhjPXaE”] From a bygone era that nearly broke Sega, Shenmue III rose from the ashes to breathe life into a franchise that had one of the more dedicated followings among gaming communities online: once developer Ys Net and creator Yu […]

Oct
19

PlayStation Plus Review: PS4 October 2015

In a slight change of pace, Sony decided to give us PlayStation Plus users a chance to delve into some great indie titles for the PlayStation 4: Broken Age and Super Meat Boy, both games I have never given myself the chance […]

Oct
13

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – Next Chapter Theorized

There is one hell of a dedicated group over on reddit that seems to have finally broken ground on what they believe to be hints towards a third chapter to Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. There’s already evidence of this […]

Oct
13

Allison Road Leaves Kickstarter and Picked Up by Team17

In kind of a quirky turn of events, studio Team17 has decided to back the indie game Allison Road, which looks to pick up where PTs seems to have left off. This may be a good run for the studio who has […]

Oct
13

EA’s Star Wars Battlefront Beta Surpassed 9 Million Users

Whether they jumped on for a short time and hated it or loved it and stuck it through the entire beta phase, the game’s senior producer, Sigurlina Ingvarsdottir, revealed the the beta is officially the largest open beta in Electronic […]

Oct
10

Dragon Age: Inquisition Game of the Year Edition | Review

Dragon Age is another in a strong list of BioWare franchises that has a strong, loyal, and sometimes fierce following; when games in their franchises try to hit a massive audience outside of their core user base things often get […]

Oct
06

What Kenny’s Playing this Week

Now that I’ve been able to bring myself back to playing Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain again, I find that it’s going right back to eating up my time. I’m hoping to get the new Witcher 3 DLC […]

Oct
06

Metal Gear Online 3 – First Impressions

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is now complete with the addition of its Metal Gear Online feature, the third of its kind in the franchise and it has never felt better. Like previous renditions, this version of MGO uses the […]

Oct
06

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six – Siege: A Closed Beta Report

Writers Note: This beta was reviewed using the PlayStation 4 copy of the game. There was a time when I was actually pretty decent at FPS games: back when graphics on PC games weren’t as demanding so the variety of computers […]