Assassin’s Creed 2: Florence Architecture Tour
ArchiGame: Pantheon and Mass Effect 2
This is a continuation of, what I hope to make a more regular series called Archigame where I take an in-depth look at one building and one game and discuss how the two are similar in my eyes. The ancient … Continue reading ArchiGame: Pantheon and Mass Effect 2
If you own a PS4 then May 17th is a day you should be looking forward to. That is the day the twice delay Uncharted 4 from Naughty Dog is set to be released. Since the release of the original … Continue reading
The Video Game Industry Has A Race Issue
This isn’t the type of thing I usually write for this site but I felt like I had to get it out. I’m not sure if its the current political climate or I’ve just reached a boiling point with racial … Continue reading The Video Game Industry Has A Race Issue
The goal of the first part of the fight is to take out the Zeppelins that are powering Deathshead’s shield. As soon as the fight starts you’ll immediately want to sprint towards your left and find the giant cuttable metal fences … Continue reading
The Game Guide For Non-Gamers
If you’re a gamer, odds are that you have a friend, family member, or significant other that you wish was into video games but just isn’t. We all want to share our obsession with our loved ones but the barrier of … Continue reading The Game Guide For Non-Gamers
How Do Games Create Immersion?
Sorry, I’ve been away and unable to post for a while but grad school will do that to you every once in a while. I was actually working on a paper titled, “Absorption and Reality Effects: Examining Methods of Absorption … Continue reading How Do Games Create Immersion?
Why I Prefer Rocket League To Fallout 4
Fallout 4 is a massive game. Like most of Bethesda’s open world RPGs the game is vast and filled with a seemingly endless number of things to do. You can quite literally put hundreds of hours into Fallout 4. In addition to being … Continue reading Why I Prefer Rocket League To Fallout 4