Death Stranding release date revealed and more!

The official release date for Hideo Kojima’s highly anticipated Death Stranding has been announced! PlayStation’s official YouTube channel has released a new video detailing its November 2019 release. Several questions gamers have been asking since the title was announced at e3 in 2016 are semi answered in the video and we also get a deeper look into the world and pivotal characters of Death Stranding.

Preorder Death Stranding here: https://www.playstation.com/en-us/games/death-stranding-ps4/#collectors

PixelJunk Monsters 2 [Switch] Review: Aaahh!!! Real Monsters

Real Talk By: Zombie Zac

PixelJunk Monsters, released 11 years ago, was one of first examples of a great digital download game on PS3. It was one of the finest tower defense games of that time, a genre that hadn’t been watered down and beat to death by mobile games. With the iPhone in its infancy, and with no App Store, it was a different world when PixelJunk Monsters was released. Continue reading “PixelJunk Monsters 2 [Switch] Review: Aaahh!!! Real Monsters”

Bethesda teases Fallout:76

“When the fighting has stopped, and the fallout has settled…”

“#Fallout76 – the newest game from Bethesda Game Studios. See more at the #BE3 Showcase – June 10th @ 6:30pm PT

After teasing everyone yesterday with a “Please Stand By” gif on twitter, this morning Bethesda Studios released a teaser trailer for Fallout:76. We are still unaware of what exactly what this game will be but rumor has it that it will be an online version of fallout. The music playing in the video hints that it may be placed in West Virginia and the imagery gives the vibe of an after revolution scenario.

What do you think, does an online Fallout game sound like a good idea?

Nioh Review: A Samurai Odyssey

Real Talk By: Zombie Zac

Nioh is not an accessible game and like Bloodborne, and Dark Souls before it, success requires many, many deaths. There are tutorials, and the game throws you hints, but none of that matters when it comes to the skill that’s required to battle through it’s many missions. Continue reading “Nioh Review: A Samurai Odyssey”

For Honor Review: Clash of The Factions

Real Talk By: KJ

For Honor has been one of my most anticipated games since the reveal in 2015.  It combines three things I love into one:  Samurai, Vikings, and Knights.  Part Deadliest Warrior/Bushido Blade, fighters converge on the battlefield.  Mix and match between 12 combatants with 4 assigned to each faction.  Some rely on speed, using quick combos, dodging attacks smoothly if properly timed.  More powerful characters lack in that department, but connecting with hits can be crucial.  I didn’t expect the fighting to be this deep. Continue reading “For Honor Review: Clash of The Factions”