Games Leaving Game Pass This Month

Subscription services being what they are, old games get cycled-off as new games are added-in. Why that is when they’re still hosted for download, only the service providers know, but the fact still remains that nothing is permanent when it comes to the likes of Game Pass and now PS Plus. So, here’s what’s gonna…

Maybe I Don’t Want an Open-World Sonic Game, After All?

A new trailer was recently released for Sonic Frontiers, that upcoming open-world Sonic game that seems to be receiving some pretty mixed reception.  And considering Sega’s past track record with the franchise, it stands to reason that fans are feeling a range of emotions, from hopeful optimism and excitement to a gnawing conviction that the…

Minecraft: More Than Ten Years Later and Still Going Strong

It’s kind of amazing to me that Minecraft is over a decade old now and yet is still very relevant in today’s gaming landscape. How many games can boast a similar feat? I mean sure there are games that still inspire today’s works and plenty of games that people still play, but how many games…

YouTube Highlights, Weekly Edition #255

Up this week: Miitopia – what adventures await us in the world of Miitopia? After playing its demo, we return to the game to find out! Not Zangief – it’s the return of our occasional series that’s all about having fun with fighting games. Death Road to Canada – do we have what it takes to…

This is Not a Post about Bloodborne

Let me be clear from the start – I may have played Bloodborne, but I did not play Bloodborne. Let me explain. What happened was that, a couple weekends ago, I had a moment after watching a number of Elden Ring videos in which I thought I could totally do that. I really don’t know…

PS Plus Extra May Get Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

One of the areas where Sony’s new subscription service completely fails to measure up to Game Pass is in major first-party exclusives. For years now, Microsoft has been offering access to their biggest, most exciting titles Day One through their service, and that’s absolutely a major draw to the service. While Sony is offering many…

Joe & Mac: A Prehistoric Blast from the Past

When I was a duckling, my parents were responsible for buying all the games for the SNES.  After all, my dad actually got it as some sort of gift from his workplace, and for some inexplicable reason, I was too “afraid” to play any of the games when I was especially young, meaning my parents…

Sonic Origins is Almost Worth It

Recently, I had the chance to try out Sonic Origins, the latest Sonic collection from Sega. While it was nice to see the games presented in the best possible way, it just wasn’t enough to overcome what this game actually is, and what Sega has done to try and extract more money out the fans…

YouTube Highlights, Weekly Edition #254

Up this week: Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince (demo) – we tried out this fourth installment of the Trine series to see what its newest delve into puzzle platforming offered. Death Road to Canada – do we have what it takes to successfully survive the Death Road to Canada? Watch and find out! Ori and…

Skyforge was Fine but Forgettable

In my ongoing quest to try out various free multiplayer games, I had heard of, even if only slightly, all the games on my list except one. Skyforge. Granted, I hadn’t gone out to research every MMO ever made, so maybe me being in the dark about this title was to be expected. I watched…