Previously we’ve covered why it’s a good time to collect physical games, as well as how to go about doing that. Now, for the potatoes to our proverbial meat. Which types of games are relatively cheap now and will only get more expensive, as well which games a higher now and will go down in the future.Continue reading What Physical Video Games To Collect In 2020
Welcome to part one in our miniseries in physical video game collecting with Part 2: How to Collect, and Part 3: What Physical Games to Collect available as well. Pencils ready, as it’s learning time.Continue reading Why Collect Physical Video Games In 2020?
Friends have recommended the Yakuza series to me dozens of times but the view I had in my head of what this series entailed was entirely wrong. Like many, I thought Yakuza was something of a Japanese Grand Theft Auto clone. In reality, it’s something of a cross between Sleeping Dogs (which was clearly inspired by both Yakuza and GTA) and an anime crime drama series. Not since Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty have I experienced so many cut-scenes in such rapid succession in a game.Continue reading The Opening Hours of Yakuza Zero
Ah…Andromeda. The galaxy with no Shepards, no Wrex, no Liara, and certainly no Garrus. It’s a whole new world full of infinite possibilities, and yet not. Some six hundred years after the end of Mass Effect 3, we have the Ryder clan aboard a capital ship named The Ark (so original) being suddenly awakened by a mysterious thing named The Scourge. I know, it sounds like a made-for-TV SyFy movie.Continue reading Bioware’s Open Environments Have Failed (Pt.3 Andromeda)
As we read in my first installment, Mass Effect used linear pathways, deep conversations and codex entries to build a world that did not need vast open environments to succeed.Continue reading Bioware’s Open Environments Have Failed (Pt.2 ME2/ME3)