I meant to write a post about Dark Souls II’s predecessor Dark Souls (more specifically, Steam’s Prepare to Die edition) but never finished my thoughts on how the game will make you rage over and over and over. Guess what, that hasn’t changed. For people that don’t know the game series began back with Demon’s Souls. It is an action role-playing hack and slash that is insanely difficult. So much that in Dark Souls II, there is an achievement for the first time you die, because it will simply become that normal of an occurrence. Continue reading Dark Souls II — You’ll Die… and Die… and Die…
So I just got on the Titanfall bandwagon (for PC, of course) and I can definitely say that I don’t regret it in the slightest.
For those of you who don’t know, Titanfall is a first-person shooter that has all of the normal FPS constructs, but adds jetpacks for double jumping, parkour elements like wall running (both laterally and vertically), and most importantly titans (giant robots)–and that’s just the start of the list. These additional elements definitely help Titanfall stand out from the other current popular FPSs such as Battlefield 4 and the Call of Duty games. Continue reading Titanfall: FPS and Robots
So my experience with The Elder Scrolls Online was a fairly brief one. Last last weekend I took part in the open beta that happened. I was completely pumped. I have been in love with the Elder Scrolls games since Oblivion. Oblivion and Skyrim, I sank hours upon hours into doing stupid stuff like killing mudcrabs and jumping off cliffs to raise my acrobatics. Needless to say, I like the series a lot. Continue reading My thoughts on The Elder Scrolls Online