Tag: Open

  • Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild: The Review You Were All Waiting For

    Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild: The Review You Were All Waiting For

    by Isaac Smith To be frank, I don’t think anyone was really waiting for reviews of the new Zelda game. To continue being frank, I don’t think most reviewers waited to write them, either. Leave it to Last Token Gaming to take the tortoise approach to hare-brained video game reporting! Now that we’re done breaking…

    by Isaac Smith To be frank, I don’t think anyone was really waiting for reviews of the new Zelda game. To continue being frank, I don’t think most reviewers waited to write them, either. Leave it to Last Token Gaming to take the tortoise approach to hare-brained video game reporting! Now that we’re done breaking…

  • Tom Clancy’s The Division Beta Impressions

    Tom Clancy’s The Division Beta Impressions

    *Beta was played on the Xbox One Open world games have always been an anomaly for me. There’s always a sense of a disconnect between what the developers want to do versus what is accomplished as a final result. Each game attempts to build a living breathing world through various ways; the open, expansive maps,…

    *Beta was played on the Xbox One Open world games have always been an anomaly for me. There’s always a sense of a disconnect between what the developers want to do versus what is accomplished as a final result. Each game attempts to build a living breathing world through various ways; the open, expansive maps,…

  • A Red Dead Birthday

    A Red Dead Birthday

    Ever had the experience of going against your gut? Truth is, first time I saw Red Dead Redemption I wasn’t impressed. While gorgeous looking, trailers never appealed to me or piqued my interest like BioShock could, nor excite me like Gears of War. Having a predecessor that was fun, but not sequel worthy game like…

    Ever had the experience of going against your gut? Truth is, first time I saw Red Dead Redemption I wasn’t impressed. While gorgeous looking, trailers never appealed to me or piqued my interest like BioShock could, nor excite me like Gears of War. Having a predecessor that was fun, but not sequel worthy game like…