Death’s Door game review (2021)

Although shorter than expected, Death’s Door is a more forgiving Dark Souls-type game mixed with The Legend of Zelda elements, delivering a beautiful world to explore, entertaining and challenging dungeons, and some of the best boss designs and battles I’ve seen and played in years. Death’s Door is definitely one of those indie games that flew under the radar in 2021. At first, I wasn’t … Continue reading Death’s Door game review (2021)

Pokemon Unite game review (2021)

It’s a watered down MOBA with some worrisome microtransactions. But, it’s a fun one with some new ideas, entertaining gameplay, and you get to use some of your favorite Pokemon characters in a new way. It seems 2021 is the year of Pokemon. So far, we’ve gotten New Pokemon Snap, which is an underrated gem, a number of different mobile projects, such as Pokemon Sleep … Continue reading Pokemon Unite game review (2021)

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart game review (2021)

Although annoyingly buggy in certain parts scattered throughout the game, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is an absolute delight to play and experience. For the most part, it looks and runs beautifully on the PS5 and it’s a series best platformer in more ways than one. Since getting the PS5 on launch day in November of 2020, I’ve played the three best exclusives the system … Continue reading Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart game review (2021)

5 theories about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild sequel

With the new footage of the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild premiering during the Nintendo Direct at E3 2021, here are five theories I have about the upcoming game. So far, almost nobody knows what Nintendo has cooking up with the follow up to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. That game is pretty straight forward in terms … Continue reading 5 theories about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild sequel

E3 2021: 5 predictions for the Square Enix presentation

As usual, Square Enix will be having another presentation at E3 2021 showcasing upcoming games currently in development. Here are my five predictions for what may be shown. Square Enix is always one developer I look forward to seeing at E3 2021. In my opinion, it’s one of the best developers out there, especially for the RPG genre. Of course, it isn’t exempt from releasing … Continue reading E3 2021: 5 predictions for the Square Enix presentation

E3 2021: 5 predictions for the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase

Xbox is gearing up to reveal some big things during its joint showcase with Bethesda at E3 2021. Here are five predictions I have for the show, and they’re all about the games. E3 skipped 2020 entirely, but the biggest annual gaming event is looking to bounce back in a dramatic way in 2021. There are so many games I’m looking forward to seeing more … Continue reading E3 2021: 5 predictions for the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase

E3 2021: 5 things I want to see from Nintendo

Nintendo will be one of the big game companies having a showcase at E3 this year. It’s safe to say it needs to have a big show. Here are five of the announcements I’m looking forward to seeing. Unfortunately for gaming fans across the globe, E3 skipped 2020 all together because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Thankfully, little by little, things seem to be returning to … Continue reading E3 2021: 5 things I want to see from Nintendo

Knockout City game review (2021)

It may seem a bit simplistic at first, but Knockout City offers so much variety with its gameplay and how you approach every single engagement against others. It’s definitely a surprise hit of 2021. In an industry that seems to be dominated by the relatively new Battle Royale genre, it’s always great to see developers try and create different kinds of multiplayer games which are … Continue reading Knockout City game review (2021)