• Overwatch League

    Overwatch League 2021: Week 4 Reactions and Analysis

    Week 4 is in for The Overwatch League and it officially completes the first tournament cycle. Only four teams competed last weekend (May 6-8), and they all had very good outings against each other. Of course, there can be only one winner at the end of it all. Not much ...
  • Overwatch League

    Overwatch League 2021: Week 3 Reactions and Analysis

    Another week, another round of Overwatch League, and was it a bit of a doozy. This week featured the knockout round lead-up to the May Melee tournament and there were a few unexpected results. Since the knockouts were this week, I’ll only be talking about the teams that qualified to ...
  • Overwatch League

    Overwatch League 2021: Week 2 Reactions

    Week 2 is in the books for the Overwatch League 2021 season. Despite all of the 3-0’s and 3-1’s, I feel like this week was still pretty entertaining. Maybe not for the same reasons as last week, but still. Regardless, we’ve now gotten to see every team play at least ...
  • Overwatch League

    Overwatch League 2021: Week 1 Reactions and Analysis

    Overwatch League is back, and week 1 was a rather exciting one. It featured some upsets and a varying meta across all teams. For those that are unfamiliar with this series, I basically just look at all of the teams that played over the weekend and give my reaction and ...
  • Avengers

    Marvel’s Avengers: 6 Months Later, An Analysis Of Its Updates

    So, here we are. A little more than six months into the life cycle of Marvel’s Avengers. It’s understood that games like these need regular updates to keep things from getting stale. This piece will be a pretty in-depth analysis of most of the major additions since launch and how ...
  • Cyberpunk

    Cyberpunk 2077: An Uninformed Player’s Perspective

    For context, I have played Cyberpunk 2077 for countless hours. More hours than I am willing to divulge in this piece. In terms of what I was looking for with the game, I do feel like it met that minimum requirement. A solid single-player experience. In terms of whether it met any ...
  • Godfall

    Godfall: This Is Supposed To Be Next-Gen?

    Finding good triple-A hack-and-slash/beat-em-up-style games that really focus on their combat are becoming harder and harder to come by these days. With a market saturated in shooters, it seems like there’s less and less room for different action genres to make any kind of impact. There were some alright ones ...
  • Raji

    Raji: An Ancient Epic – Good Setting, Meh Game

    What do you look for in an indie title? Is it a break from what can seem like all the triple-A garbage out there? Maybe just a unique experience from a smaller developer? Raji: An Ancient Epic is a little indie title developed by Nodding Head Games. It takes place ...
  • Cyberpunk

    A Letter To CD Projekt Red

    As we draw closer and closer to launch, people have been absolutely drowning Cyberpunk 2077 in insane amounts of hype. It’s only been matched by its insane amounts of controversy. People have harped on the negatives of crunch to no end by this point. It’s a problem in this industry ...
  • Marvel's Avengers

    Marvel’s Avengers: A Superhero Game With No Identity

    How often does a good superhero game come around? We had Marvel’s Spider-Man in 2018. The Batman Arkham games over the past decade. I suppose you could even count the Injustice games. Deadpool was a fun one. If you really want to dig deep, you can also include games like ...