Monthly Archives: August 2018

Monster Hunter: World (PC) REVIEW – These Violent Delights

I somehow missed the Monster Hunter series in the past. Even though I knew about it from friends (after I realized it wasn’t a spin-off of Monster Rancher) and though my interest was piqued, the new ones I recall coming out … Continue reading

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Retro Reflections: ReBoot (PS1)

A small mix of antagonism towards a friend and my usual love of awful television had me watching ReBoot: The Guardian Code recently on Netflix, and it wasn’t nearly as bad as so many led me to believe. I had understood it to … Continue reading

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Exploits: Family Matters

I had the honor of being featured in Unwinnable’s Exploits publication, where they allowed me to write a short piece on Family Matters, and there is a lot of other cool stuff inside as well. Check out Exploits

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Ghost of Tsushima Inspiration: Samurai From Film to Controller

Visual presentations are so important, not just for first impressions, but to set a theme and tone. The demo for Ghost of Tsushima stuck out to me this E3, especially with a few truly breathtaking moments as the scenes flowed like art … Continue reading

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