Author: Jordan Nelson

  • LTG Review – Pony Island

    LTG Review – Pony Island

    By Jordan Nelson Pony Island. It sounds like something that my young cousins would be into. The artwork for it is bright and happy, making it look better suited for the innocent and flowery type of player. Yet this game is anything but what you would expect. First off, you are playing a character playing an…

    By Jordan Nelson Pony Island. It sounds like something that my young cousins would be into. The artwork for it is bright and happy, making it look better suited for the innocent and flowery type of player. Yet this game is anything but what you would expect. First off, you are playing a character playing an…

  • LTG Review – Layers of Fear

    LTG Review – Layers of Fear

    By Jordan Nelson Layers of Fear is a psychological horror game, with emphasis on the psychological part. The game is still in its early stages, as it is in pre-release mode at the moment, but boy is it good. The art work, both featured paintings and the in game art itself, is phenomenal, among the…

    By Jordan Nelson Layers of Fear is a psychological horror game, with emphasis on the psychological part. The game is still in its early stages, as it is in pre-release mode at the moment, but boy is it good. The art work, both featured paintings and the in game art itself, is phenomenal, among the…

  • Last Token Gaming Convention Coverage – Comic Con San Diego

    Last Token Gaming Convention Coverage – Comic Con San Diego

    By Jordan Nelson Comic Con is a magical time of year, where we get to see all kinds of new things. We get to meet new people, we get to go to parties that Stan Lee is at and completely ignore him because we are drunk off the open bar, and most of all we…

    By Jordan Nelson Comic Con is a magical time of year, where we get to see all kinds of new things. We get to meet new people, we get to go to parties that Stan Lee is at and completely ignore him because we are drunk off the open bar, and most of all we…

  • This Day In Gaming History – Metal Gear is Born – July 7, 1987

    This Day In Gaming History – Metal Gear is Born – July 7, 1987

    A red exclamation point flashes above my head, the timer starts ticking down as I run for cover, there are guards with fully automatic guns everywhere, and I’m a Snake. If you haven’t guessed by now I’m talking about Metal Gear. Today marks the twenty-eighth anniversary for Hideo Kojima’s epic saga. This game series is…

    A red exclamation point flashes above my head, the timer starts ticking down as I run for cover, there are guards with fully automatic guns everywhere, and I’m a Snake. If you haven’t guessed by now I’m talking about Metal Gear. Today marks the twenty-eighth anniversary for Hideo Kojima’s epic saga. This game series is…

  • Last Token Gaming Book Review – Ready Player One (2011)

    Last Token Gaming Book Review – Ready Player One (2011)

    By Jordan Nelson Do you want to go on a thrill ride in the ultimate video gaming future? Do you want to know what it will be like when technology and everyday life are so integrated that you will never be offline? DO YOU LIKE THE EIGHTIES?!?! Then Ready Player One is the book for…

    By Jordan Nelson Do you want to go on a thrill ride in the ultimate video gaming future? Do you want to know what it will be like when technology and everyday life are so integrated that you will never be offline? DO YOU LIKE THE EIGHTIES?!?! Then Ready Player One is the book for…

  • Memo to Gaming Companies: Don’t do Review Embargoes!

    By Jordan Nelson It’s commonly said that knowledge is power. In today’s modern world, one might add that access to certain knowledge is just as important. After all, people who hold on to certain knowledge have a bigger hand to hold than you do. They could be sitting on pocket aces, or in some cases…

    By Jordan Nelson It’s commonly said that knowledge is power. In today’s modern world, one might add that access to certain knowledge is just as important. After all, people who hold on to certain knowledge have a bigger hand to hold than you do. They could be sitting on pocket aces, or in some cases…

  • Doctor Who: Legacy Review

    Doctor Who: Legacy Review

    By Jordan Nelson Hi there, this is Jordan with my first piece for Last Token Gaming! Today we will be reviewing the mobile game Doctor Who: Legacy, a bubble pop game with a few twists. In Doctor Who: Legacy you build a team of one Doctor and five companions. Each Doctor and companion have a…

    By Jordan Nelson Hi there, this is Jordan with my first piece for Last Token Gaming! Today we will be reviewing the mobile game Doctor Who: Legacy, a bubble pop game with a few twists. In Doctor Who: Legacy you build a team of one Doctor and five companions. Each Doctor and companion have a…