GamerLink creates a smooth, social gaming experience with you in mind

We’ve all been there. Stuck in an age of never ending multiplayer releases, like Blizzard’s smash hit Overwatch, yet with a constant fear of solo queue. Sure, maybe you’ve got yourself a nice little friend group that you jump on with and trash enemies with, but what happens when they’re not on, or busy playing a different game? For me, I’ve always taken to subreddits … Continue reading GamerLink creates a smooth, social gaming experience with you in mind

“Prey for the Gods” hits Kickstarter with some serious Shadow of the Colossus vibes

“Prey for the Gods” has been announced for some time now, after all, it was started in September of 2014 and revealed back in October of last year. But now it seems that the developers at No Matter Studios have taken to Kickstarter to crowd fund the rest of their ambitious project. According to their handy Press Kit on their official website, “No Matter Studios … Continue reading “Prey for the Gods” hits Kickstarter with some serious Shadow of the Colossus vibes

“The First Tree” is a gorgeous, artistic take on survival games

A trailer for the game “The First Tree” just dropped today, coming from the creator of “Home is Where One Starts”. Taken from their YouTube trailer description, The First Tree “is a third-person exploration game centered around two parallel stories: a fox trying to find her missing family, and a young couple dealing with a tragedy in theirs. Players take control of the fox on … Continue reading “The First Tree” is a gorgeous, artistic take on survival games

Mass Effect: Andromeda novels will bring the backstory

Mass Effect: Andromeda was finally shown off at E3 this year, bringing a lot of hype to the Mass Effect community. The games have been huge hits over the years, and despite some controversial endings like in Mass Effect 3, it’s been revealed that the choices in the previous games will not affect any events in Andromeda. The ending of Mass Effect 3 left many … Continue reading Mass Effect: Andromeda novels will bring the backstory

Lovable Anna Kendrick hopes to bring the lovable Squirrel Girl to the big screen

Anna Kendrick has revealed her love of the Marvel comic book character Squirrel Girl after she was asked if their was any superhero role she’d like to play, saying: “My brother sent me a Squirrel Girl comic because he thinks I should [play her]. I don’t know what Squirrel Girl does other than be half squirrel, but I could be half squirrel!” With Anna Kendrick … Continue reading Lovable Anna Kendrick hopes to bring the lovable Squirrel Girl to the big screen

Warcraft review: AFK, but has its moments of fantasy filled fun

Let’s start this review by looking at the resume of one of sci-fi’s best kept secret director, Duncan Jones. On paper, he would’ve been a great director to head this project. His debut sci-fi movie, Moon, with Sam Rockwell and Kevin Spacey, is one of my all-time favorite indie gems, and racked up a huge number of awards, from BAFTAs to a Hugo award. The concept … Continue reading Warcraft review: AFK, but has its moments of fantasy filled fun

Hideo Kojima makes his triumphant return with “Death Stranding”

I honestly truly don’t know what to say about this game. The content in this trailer astounded me from the beginning, and I’m still recovering from the slap in the face that was that conference. I’m going to try my hardest to start from the beginning of the trailer and work my way through to the end. It starts off with a quote from the poet William … Continue reading Hideo Kojima makes his triumphant return with “Death Stranding”