Tag: Puzzles

  • Hall of Fame: Revisited – Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    Hall of Fame: Revisited – Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    After six years — Terry Randolph finally played Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. See what his thoughts are, as well as if he feels it’s still a Hall of Fame game.

    After six years — Terry Randolph finally played Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. See what his thoughts are, as well as if he feels it’s still a Hall of Fame game.

  • Honesty in Loss – God of War (2018) Review

    Honesty in Loss – God of War (2018) Review

    By Terry Randolph Loss. It’s a permanent, powerful presence appearing in life at some juncture or another. Whether it’s saying goodbye to a home, friends, relationships, or a loved one, it rears its ugly head in ways that are mystifyingly profound. We all handle its presence differently; some romanticize it, hoping it lessens the painful…

    By Terry Randolph Loss. It’s a permanent, powerful presence appearing in life at some juncture or another. Whether it’s saying goodbye to a home, friends, relationships, or a loved one, it rears its ugly head in ways that are mystifyingly profound. We all handle its presence differently; some romanticize it, hoping it lessens the painful…

  • INSIDE – Review

    INSIDE – Review

    Release Date: June 29, 2016 Developer: Playdead Games Publisher: Playdead Games Genre: Single Player, Adventure, Platformer System: Xbox One (Reviewed), Playstation 4, Microsoft Windows I remember back when Limbo came out, I was a little hesitant to buy into the intrigue. After all, as evidenced by games like No Man’s Sky, the hype can often…

    Release Date: June 29, 2016 Developer: Playdead Games Publisher: Playdead Games Genre: Single Player, Adventure, Platformer System: Xbox One (Reviewed), Playstation 4, Microsoft Windows I remember back when Limbo came out, I was a little hesitant to buy into the intrigue. After all, as evidenced by games like No Man’s Sky, the hype can often…

  • A Tale of Two Drakes: Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Review

    A Tale of Two Drakes: Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Review

    Release Date: May 10, 2016 Developer: Naughty Dog Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment Genre: Third Person Shooter, Platformer, Action-Adventure System: Playstation 4 Completion Time: 15 hrs, 45 minutes (not including collectible hunting) Ludonarrative Dissonance, a heavy word to describe the contrast experienced between gameplay design and narrative structure. It’s a concept I’ve found a problem in…

    Release Date: May 10, 2016 Developer: Naughty Dog Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment Genre: Third Person Shooter, Platformer, Action-Adventure System: Playstation 4 Completion Time: 15 hrs, 45 minutes (not including collectible hunting) Ludonarrative Dissonance, a heavy word to describe the contrast experienced between gameplay design and narrative structure. It’s a concept I’ve found a problem in…

  • 10 Quick-Fix Mobile Games (Part 1)

    Over the years mobile gaming has gone from simple ideas like Snake to complex multiplayer epics such as Heroes of Chaos and Order. Many companies have found a way to bridge the gap between the two and create some spectacular mobile games. Many of you have already heard of/played those on top of the big…

    Over the years mobile gaming has gone from simple ideas like Snake to complex multiplayer epics such as Heroes of Chaos and Order. Many companies have found a way to bridge the gap between the two and create some spectacular mobile games. Many of you have already heard of/played those on top of the big…