I’m gonna be going out of town for Thanksgiving which means this post isn’t really gonna be anything substantial
Cefore is the game that I’ve been dipping in and out of between sessions of Red Dead Redemption 2, and it’s been a real nice palette cleanser.
This one is gonna be a short one folks, I really don’t have much of anything else to talk about outside of one particularly massive cowboy-themed game. That’s right, I’m talking about Red Dead Redemption 2 once again.
Howdy to all of my buckaroos out there, it’s the spookiest time of the year and somehow cowboys are involved.
So here’s the thing, I didn’t really prepare much of anything to write about this week and I don’t quite feel like phoning it in more than I already am.
In another place, at another time, I could see myself getting really into Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and its massive world and wide variety of systems.
With the sequel on the horizon, I figured it was now or never for me to revisit Red Dead Redemption and bask once more, in its glory.
Much like rearranging the furniture or throwing out a bunch of crap you’ve accumulated over the years, it felt nice to take stock of the subscriptions I had, and even […]
The Adventure Zone is the reason I got interested in Dungeons & Dragons, and I couldn’t be more thankful for that.
Despite all of the trailers and marketing that surrounded Shadow of the Tomb Raider, it honestly surprised me when it was released last week. It kind of come out of nowhere for me. Having played the previous two entries, I was pretty excited to jump into Lara Croft’s newest adventure. Unfortunately, I was almost immediately put-off by the game in it’s opening hours.
It’s been a while since I’ve played a game that’s compelled me to devour it the way Marvel’s Spider-Man has. I frequently found myself racing from mission, to collectible, to crime scene and back again for hours on end, with the “just one more” mentality propelling me forward.
We find ourselves once again on the eve of another Nintendo Direct, speculating on what announcements will be made. As with every Nintendo Direct, people are hoping for some Animal Crossing news or some new information about Metroid Prime 4.
September is finally here, and with it comes the annual dump of video games that we all know and love. This isn’t a comprehensive list of releases by any means, rather it’s a list of the bigger games that I’m personally keeping an eye on.
It’s the middle of the night and you’re 10 hours into your road trip, when up ahead you see a sign for the last rest stop for the next 50 […]
In the wake of the Filip Miucin saga that’s unfolded over the past few weeks, I’ve found myself thinking about the broader implications of what he’s done and the effect it has on everyone in and around the games coverage industry.
Technically, July would’ve been the one year anniversary of The Bonus World dot com existing, but it wasn’t until the following month that the website began to see regular updates, […]