A necessary ‘evil’ that’s nice to play
The Resident Evil 3 remake was shown during PlayStation’s State of Play via Twitch Dec. 10, 2019.
Paige FTW: The Decade That Was
There has been a trend, as we depart the first decade of the millennium into the Roaring Twenties, to look back at the best games of the decade.
Paige FTW: A Gamer’s Gift Guide
I don’t know about you, but I know I had a minor heart attack when I realized that, oh man, it’s December already, and I am so behind on my gift preparations. So I wrote up a little guide to help you (in case you, too, are less than on it).
Holiday gift guide 2019: What to buy a video game fan
The holidays are right around the corner. Do you know what you should buy for that special video game enthusiast in your life? Here’s a selection of gifts you can feel good about giving the video game-loving individuals in your life.
Paige FTW: ‘Death Stranding’ Is Sure A Game
The big thing right now — Death Stranding, the mysterious brainchild of auteur Hideo Kojima. Supremely hyped with the requisite ambiguity, the big drop of fall 2019 is a cutscene-heavy, celebrity-laden fetch quest simulator (with some stealth elements to round things out).
Two holiday offerings for PlayStation VR
For the 2019 holiday season, Sony is publishing a diverse collection of PlayStation VR titles that’s highlighted by Stardust Odyssey and Audica. Both are full-fledged games that are built with the specification of the headset in mind.
Paige FTW: Luigi Knows His Niche
My favorite Mario brother has always been Luigi. Mario always gets all the glory, you know? And Luigi is stuck as the eternal Player Two — or worse, a background character (as he was in Super Mario Odyssey).
Going back to basics pays off
With Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, the series returns to what makes it great. The team leverages the nostalgia from fan-favorite characters such as Capt. John Price and throws it into a world that’s evolved since 2007, the year that the original title launched.
Paige FTW: From Screen To Screen
Leapfrogging after last week’s column, this winter finds a few gaming properties actually moving from, well, screen to screen. Will they be successful? Let’s hash it out.