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.
The Pokémon Sun and Moon Trailer Almost Makes It Look Like a Horror Movie
Pokémon isn't shy when it releases a new animated series. With the release of Sun and Moon already here, many fans from around the world have already begun to prepare their plans for training, evolving, and enjoying the entirely new story and zone. Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon is also about to welcome in its new cast of Pokémon for fans to become acquainted with as well as Professor Oaks chilled-out cousin, Professor Samson.
'Anthem' Will be Third Person According to the Games Director
It's been only a few days since the opening moments of BioWare and EA's upcoming title Anthem had made my heart skip a couple of beats. It was a game that graced us with wonderment, beauty, and astonishing mechanics that could leave many curious to just what we would experience next year. From legendary guns, to exotics, to our own unique loadouts that would cause us to leave our enemies reeling in agony from our bombardments of mortars, bullets, and explosive capabilities.
From Zero to Hero: How Phil Spencer Is Re-innovating Gaming on Xbox One
Three years ago it was a difficult moment when we began to watch former Xbox head-honcho Don Mattrick took the stage to unveil the future of Xbox with the Xbox One. Don Mattrick was the figure-head that had set the Xbox 360 on its road to success as it was in a race to the finish line. A race that Sony just couldn't keep up with until recent, but now that has changed under the new face of Xbox with Phil Spencer steering the ship into a close second.
'X-Men: Dark Phoenix' Set Pictures Have Arrived and James McAvoy Teases Professor Xavier
There is no doubt that the moment 20th Century Fox signed actors James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, and Michael Fassbender; that they had hit gold with fans of the X-Men comic books. With the studio recently announcing that Simon Kinberg (X-Men Days of Future's Past, X-Men: Apocalypse), that we would be seeing something coming soon from the new X-Men saga film.
20 Years of 'Pokémon' and Why I'm Still a Fan
20 years ago I was the kid who had no friends. I was the quiet one. I preferred the darkness of my room over being out in public. I preferred sitting under my lamp with a book in my hands, a controller in my lap, and empty coke cans laying around the floor around me in my "shrine". 20 years ago was also the first time I'd ever heard of the series. Before it I found myself surrounded by games such as Mortal Kombat, G.I. Joe, and even Battletoads still.
Sony Has Confirmed that Spider-Man Spin-offs Will Tie into the MCU and That's Great News
Last year when Tom Holland made his debut as the red-suited Spider-Man he took the world by storm due to his silly antics in Captain America: Civil War. Working with Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), and surviving the goofy antics of his Aunt May (Marisa Tomey); we were given a look at the future Spider-verse in a matter of minutes.
Playing Pokémon Sun or Moon Early? Nintendo is Throwing the Ban Hammer Out
We're not strangers to the ferocity of Nintendo's ways to keeping leaked copies of games from hitting consoles or handhelds early. Pokémon fans are finding this to be the case when playing leaked copies of Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon for the past week. How has Nintendo found this? It seems that they are finding people who decide to try and access the game via the online portion of it. Users with ROMs are the ones being cut off and this seems to be verified through forum posters on both Reddit, 4chan, and even Gamefaqs.
'Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood' Suffering Early Access Troubles
When the words "early access" are uttered in relation to an MMO, there's no doubt that heads turn. Dedicated fans will steel themselves in preparation for what's to come. These fans will grind, they will play, they will bog down the servers as they race around the clock to be the first to eat through the game's content. But these fans won't be prepared for the snags. Those snags can be a problem, especially when the #EarlyAccess is promoted as the game's functioning pre-order.
3 Ways 'Titanfall 2' Stands Out Among Other Shooters
Originally having premiered on the Xbox One, Titanfall is a series that struggled in the beginning to captivate fans the way it should have. With a faltering focus on where the DLC should be, Titanfall troubled itself with a season pass and the lack of a campaign. While there was some story embedded within Titanfall, it truly was troubled in establishing its own identity, and unfortunately it was something that ultimately began to lead to the games downfall due to the paid DLC. Later in its life it began to succeed once the DLC went free and causing fans to flock to the title.
Phil Spencer Says 'Minecraft' is Ready for Cross-Platform Play with PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch
#E32017 has been nothing short of quite interesting with news coming from Microsoft's upcoming Xbox One X. They've worked on new avenues that the console would open up including #backwardscompatibility, 4K gaming, and a very interesting topic: Cross-Platform Play. A topic that they have opened up about before with similar statements regarding the Xbox One family.
Dark Souls III: Ashes of Ariandel's The Good, The Bad, and the Downright Ugly
Dark Souls III as many of us know is marking the end of a series that will be setting upon us as a dying light in the night sky. It's the title that marks the end of the franchise as we know it according to From Software. In their announcement of this being it - for now - we've all begun clenching our teeth at how the franchise will end till they decide to visit again, if they ever do. Ashes of Ariandel is strangely familiar for those that experience it. Let alone does it once more feature us returning to The Painted World of Aramis, but in another light.
Xbox President Phil Spencer Believes Single Player Games Are Endangered
When it comes to backwards compatibility, Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, is a man devoted to keeping the past alive. The ability to play original #Xbox games on modern consoles is a feature so often requested it's a wonder why it took so long to come about. The central crux of Phil Spencer's explanation? Games are a service, as he told Giant Bomb. This is a model Microsoft has been adapting over the past few years and seems to be putting more and more focus on.