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The Great Loot Box Debate of 2017: The Basics(Part 1 of 3)

Originally a 2 part series, it has been extended to three parts. While I’m pretty pleased with the way Dreadtober turned out, committing to a horror post a day meant that I couldn’t talk about some events that unfolded over the course of October because

Games Go Horror: Pokemon

This week, fans of the Pokemon series were expecting to be floored by an upcoming announcement the Pokemon company had teased just prior to this weekend’s E3 press conference. Rumors of an upcoming 3d Pokemon game coming to the newest and hottest selling console, the

Games Go Horror: Elder Scrolls

Horror games have seen a bit of a renaissance ever since Playable Teaser burst onto the scene. The glorified demo was a bit of a cultural phenomenon in the gaming world, but for good reason. Nothing like it had been seen, the horror video game

3 Book Recommendations For The Fantasy Fan

My heart has always desired adventure and exploration. That’s why it should come as no surprise when I tell you the fantasy genre was my gateway into reading, my first love of the written word. My adoration for fantasy has not faded and I’ve consumed

4 Free To Play Games Worth Your Time or Money (Part 1 of 2)

Free-to-play gaming has acquired itself a bad rap. In many cases, the negative reputation is well earned. “Hardcore” gamers have been pushing back for some time against the popular fad of “free-to-play” that originated from mobile gaming. There was once a time when $60 was

Champions Return To Arms (Video Game Review)

A Hack and Slash game in the same vein of Diablo, set in the Everquest Universe. And it’s a sequel!  Champions: Return To Arms is a 2005 action RPG set in the Everquest universe. This title represents a couple of firsts for me. This was

Parasite Eve (Video Game Review)

Horror Survival + Action RPG= Liquid Hot Awesome Parasite Eve is a 1998 horror survival, action role-playing game released by Squaresoft(Now known as Square Enix) for the OG Playstation. This game, even to this day, is so wholly unique that the sequels don’t even hold