Hey do you like Metroid? How about Castlevania: SOTN? Jon certainly does, and tried out a pair of games this year, one of them he’s been waiting 4 years to play. How do they stack up? Read on to find out.Read more
It’s a tale of two platformers today, with Jon recounting his time with one of the best games overall of 2018, and a game he had such high hopes for that didn’t live up to its promise. Have a look and find out which it which…Read more
In the first piece reflecting on 2018 in gaming, Jon takes a look at the 2 biggest open world games he played (back to back no less) that had some starkly different designs and approaches to how to respect his time. Which one did he like more? Read on to find out.Read more
Zenimax and Bethesda have constructed over the life of ESO the perfect MMO - for me. I can play it as casual or hardcore as my life affords me. I can play with friends regardless of level or progress at any time. And, lastly, I can play this like a single player RPG and still have loads of fun.Read more
At the moment, I do not have a plan of presentation about the new model of the portable machine (it is the plan at the present moment only). Playstation Vita continues production until 2019 in Japan, and shipment will be completed thereafter.
-Hiroyuki Oda, Senior Vice President and Senior Vice President of Sony Interactive Entertainment in an interview with Famitsu at TGS September 20, 2018.
RIP to the unloved.
Overpriced, heavy on tech, limited library of exclusives but lots of indie and retro games: You had everything going against you including your creators, but you trudged on for 6 long years.
Still one of my favorite platforms.
Here’s what you really need to know.Read more
Games came out in 2017.
I played a ton of games, but not a ton of them captured my attention for any number of reasons, but these 5 really got me from beginning to end.Read more
Alongside Breath of the Wild, 2017 is undoubtedly the return of Nintendo to the top of game developers. It is remarkable that even now more than 30 years after the release of the Famicom/NES, Nintendo is using its two most recognizable and marquee brands to show the rest of the industry how it is done.Read more