A video games journalist and Content Creator. He has been featured on sites such as AppTrigger and MoviePilot. He's the president and editor-in-chief of the independent news publisher Blast Away the Game Review.
I Remember You, but I Never Got to Say Goodbye
I remember you, not for the tears that fell, but the smiles and laughs we let set sail, they're were apart of our eternal farewell.I remember you, not for how you left this world when your time came and went, but for the words we had to share, they were apart of you that you left behind.I remember you, not for how we never said goodbye, but for the fact you always said, "I'll see you soon," saying goodbye meant forever.I remember you, not for a harsh and cruel outlook of our world, but for the way you filled it with your massive and gentle heart, you loved everyone no matter their walk of life.I remember you, not for a sense of harshness, but the soft hugs you would give, the soft kisses on our cheeks, they were apart of how you left your mark.I remember you, not for the day you left, but for all those memories you left behind.But what I remember the most. I remember you never letting me say goodbye before you left when all I wanted to say was, "I'll see you soon."
What's My Life Post-Creators Like?
Since Oct. 25, 2017, I'd bid my farewell to those I'd met during my time at Creators Media. The followers, the colleagues, the editors, and, ultimately, my first paid writing gig. A gig that allowed me to learn more about myself as a writer more than ever before.
Streamer, Interrupted: Japanese Gamer Hit By 6.9-Magnitude Earthquake, Continues Playing Pokémon. What A Legend
When it comes to the world of Pokémon, we're all used to the Earthquake ability. It's one of the mainstays for many of the Fighting type and serves a heck of a purpose. Unfortunately for one Japanese #Twitch streamer who goes by the name of Kaihama, he got more than he bargained for when he felt the full wrath of the 6.9-magnitude earthquake that struck off the coast of Japan's main island Honshu.
Nintendo Switch Won't Get 'Borderlands 3' — And That's Not Good News For Fans
With all the Nintendo Switch news that's been buzzing round, many of us had been holding our breath to find out which third-party games would be confirmed for the new console. And with all the announcements, perhaps the biggest absence that's been felt is that of #RPG first-person shooter Borderlands 3. Indeed, fans have been badgering Randy Pitchford of Gearbox Software about this omission, so much so that when the question was posed via Twitter, he gave us this response:
From 'Stardew Valley' to 'We Happy Few': 8 Big 2016 Indie Games To Revisit
With 2017 kicking off the year strong with the releases of games such as Fate Extella, Resident Evil, Kingdom Hearts and Gravity Rush, we're sure to have a lot to keep us busy. But under all the coverage of these much larger games, there are smaller ones that manage to get left behind.
Joy-Con To The World: Our First Look At Nintendo Switch's Immersive Controller
Game controllers. One of the most important elements of console and PC gaming. These handheld devices allow us to play games with ease and to interact with games in ways we never imagined. They also offer up a level of gameplay that mouse and keyboard do not. The #NintendoSwitch Joy-Con is a mesmerizing piece of equipment that has us seeing gaming and all its possibilities in a whole new light. Let's take a peek at this controller that's piqued the world's interest.
From 'Destiny 2' to 'Assassin's Creed Origins': Here's The Best Of The Rest In 2017
Are you trying to figure out which games release and when? Making plans for the launch of upcoming titles such as Destiny 2, Call of Duty: WWII, and Star Wars Battlefront II? This is the perfect time to do so as we begin to prepare for this year's biggest releases.
Wired Productions And Take This Team Up To Tackle Mental Health In 'The Town of Light'
Mental Health is a tough topic. It's one that's not widely discussed, within or outside of the gaming industry. But that's slowly changing thanks to games like Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, Alice: Madness Returns for schizophrenia, and Actual Sunlight. Joining the ever-growing library of games that focus on mental health is The Town of Light, a title that released last winter, fell under the radar for most but remains highly regarded by those who did play it.
With 'Scalebound' Canceled, Is Capcom's PlayStation 4 Exclusive 'Deep Down' Next?
For many of us who snagged an Xbox One for impending games and exclusives like #Scalebound, it was quite the shock when we found our most anticipated game had been canceled. This Platinum Games title had been a long time coming and wasn't just one we had hoped to see when the console launched, but also a game that drew attention due to its massive dragons and fast-paced co-op action. It was a game that wore the Platinum Games trademark all over it, including the anime-style character with his combat prowess, just as we had seen with Nier: Automata.
Opinion: Sorry Microsoft, The Xbox One X Is Already In Trouble
Are you a fan of meticulously crafted racing games? What about cartoon style retro titles where platforming is going to become your best friend? That's the bet that Microsoft is making with the recent delay of Crackdown 3, which was poised to be one of the Xbox One X's biggest hitters when the console releases this November. If you're already an existing Xbox One owner, or even debating becoming one, you already know the library of exclusive titles is somewhat lacking for the Xbox One.
'Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood' — Square Enix May Let You Catch Up, But There's A Catch
If you've ever played a #FinalFantasy game, you'll know they are ridiculous in size. Riddled with stories, the worlds are crafted with intricate details, and their design is unique. Translate that grandeur to an #MMO as gigantic as Final Fantasy XIV and you'd be right in thinking that enjoying the full experience is a huge sacrifice of a player's time.
QuakeCon 2017: Why Bethesda's 'Brink' Has Gone Free-to-Play
During QuakeCon 2017, while attention was shifted onto Bethesda's larger titles including Wolfenstien II: The New Colossus, The Evil Within II, Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, and Quake Champions, something unexpected happened to one of the company's smaller titles. Brink somehow managed to come back to life as the publisher lowered its price to free without saying a word.