Mario has some catching up to do
November 3, 2016 - Nintendo has a long history of creating must-have consoles with epic libraries of first-party games. However, one area that they need to improve is their online capabilities so here's a wish list of features that would make Switch even more awesome.
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Sony's virtual reality is a little foggy
October 8, 2016 - I recently had the chance to play around with Sony's newfangled PlayStation VR. It was quite an impressive experience, but there's one thing holding me back from rushing out and buying one...
Read more: PlayStation VR: Lens Fog Can Be a Major Problem
Keep Faith alive
September 16, 2016 - Now that Mirror's Edge is a series, I replayed the original and cataloged all of the differences in the two games. Here, I outline what I think the original Mirror's Edge got right and how Catalyst took a few too many steps backwards.
Read more: Mirror's Edge Needs to Go Back to Its Roots
August 7, 2016 - Although Marvel Ultimate Alliance has been around for nearly a decade and found its way to plenty of consoles, I have never played it. Recently, I had the opportunity to enjoy the most recent iteration of the original and its sequel (thanks to Activision) so here's my take on these two cooperative hero-filled adventures.
Read more: Marvel Ultimate Alliance Bundle: A First-Timer's Perspective
A long-time fan's perspective
May 2, 2016 - I went to see Ratchet & Clank at the theatre over the weekend and I must say; I had a good time. As a fan since the original game debuted back in 2002, it was great to finally see my favourite Lombax on the big screen.
Read more: The Ratchet & Clank Movie Is Actually Pretty Cool
Free-to-play done right
November 13, 2015 - Spelunker is back and this PlayStation 4 version is better than ever. If you're new to the series and you love super-challenging retro 2D platformers then keep reading to see why you should give it a download. Oh, did I mention it's free?
Read more: Spelunker World: I'm Addicted and Here's Why
Pre-alpha first impressions
October 18, 2015 - After getting my hands on Dungeon Defenders II along with the helpful Starter Pack, here I explore some aspects that I'd like to see in the full game. They may be already planning to accomplish these, but you never know what'll actually come to be.
Read more: Dungeon Defenders II Wish List
Nintendo's latest Virtual Console is looking mighty barren without it
October 10, 2015 - It's no secret that Wii had tons of awesome TurboGrafx titles yet none are available for Wii U. Sure, you can download a few in Japan but we're not as lucky in the west. Here, I'll explore some of the best TurboGrafx games for Wii so you can see what I'm talking about.
Read more: TurboGrafx on Wii U Needs to Happen
Taking life one game at a time
October 6, 2015 - The question of whether authors should complete games before writing reviews frequently comes up. In this article, I explain why I decided to do so with plenty of examples that'll hopefully shed some light on the issue.
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An improbable yet intriguing ensemble
June 19, 2015 - It's almost inevitable that the newly announced remake of Final Fantasy VII will include voice actors. Considering no one has any idea who they'll be, I thought I would share who I think would be perfect for the job. Of course, I'm being creative and pretending like the game will be completely recast even though the cast of Advent Children was superb. It's all in good fun. Anyway, my dream team may be unrealistic, but I'm looking forward to Square Enix doing a great job of giving new life to their characters in this long-awaited remake.
Read more: Final Fantasy VII Remake: The Dream Voice Cast