If you were a kid in the 90’s, chances are you had a Give Yourself Goosebumps book or two. One of the best children’s horror series ever (honestly they don’t make enough children’s horror series anymore). The allure of these books was that you were a part of the story and, even more than that, you chose how your adventure would unfold. Were you going to turn to page 54 to go down that dark scary ass basement? How about flipping the page to 99 to explore that creepy swamp your aunt told you to stay out of? The choice was up to you. Goosebumps is the reason for my love affair with today’s choice based narrative games. Continue reading My Love For Choice Based Narrative Games
Sony recently announced Uncharted 4 story DLC and I got excited. I mean, come on, The Last of Us DLC was so good. How could I not get excited? However, it sparked a conversation between a friend and me about whether or not story DLC is good or bad. Continue reading Are We Alright With Story DLC?
Is it too late to have 2017 games list? Nah, it’s never too late to have a 2017 games list. With the bizarre year that is 2016 almost up and the last of the year’s major AAA games coming out, I’m looking towards the future. And what better way to do this than picking out next year’s upcoming video games. Continue reading Top 5 Upcoming 2017 Games I Want to Play
Bioware Montreal’s studio director, Yanick Roy took revealed a few details regarding the next Mass effect. After posting a picture if the game’s Design Document, he responded to a few questions saying that the next Mass Effect would borrow a few “core mechanics” from the Dragon Age series. It’s unsure what that means and Roy did not exactly elaborate on what he said.
The next mass effect will not star series protagonist Commander Shepard and will use EA new Frostbite Engine.