My Experience With The Resident Evil 7 Demo

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Resident Evil has often been credited as one of the original pioneers of the Survival Horror genre, apart from Silent Hill. Those familiar with earlier Resident Evil games remember the dog jumping through the window giving them one of many memorable jump scares. The series, however, has gone through some rough patches over the years, especially…

Is Old School Cool Again?

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When one mentions the term “old school” you would usually think of music back in the day. You know; the Bee Gees, Phil Collins, Dire Straits and the list goes on. I know some people, such as myself, have an appreciation for old school music and sometimes prefer listening to…

It’s a (Wo)man’s World: Looking at Higurashi From a Feminist Perspective

The fictional town of Hinamizawa is not new to those familiar with the Higurashi series. Fans will know that this town is filled with many mysteries: from its storied past to the mysterious deaths and disappearances that happen during the Watanagashi Festival. What makes Higurashi an intriguing series is that it raises more questions than answers. As the title suggests,…

Gamer’s Corner: Life is Strange

Have you ever had a moment where you were spoilt with choices, but couldn’t decide what you wanted? What if you had the power to rewind time and correct the mistakes of the past, only to find that it caused more harm than good and you were left second-guessing yourself afterwards? This is what Life is…

When Video Games Found You Love

So recently I found a sweet and lighthearted article on Kotaku about how different people found love through video games and other geek interests – it really warmed my heart reading about them. Afterwards, I went to the comments section to read more stories that didn’t make the final cut; I just wanted to read…

My Experience in the Star Wars Battlefront BETA

A Return to That Galaxy Far, Far Away… This past weekend I was one of the many participants in the Star Wars Battlefront BETA (Apparently 9 million people took part in the BETA, according to EA). Star Wars has always been something special and important in my life so, naturally, I got very excited to try out the game…

Gamer’s Corner: Killer is Dead

You just gotta love Japanese games. No matter how crazy or over-the-top they might get at times, there’s still something special about them that you can’t help but enjoy while playing them. Killer is Dead is definitely no exception to this. From hacking and slashing enemies with your katana to picking up chicks at the bar, there…

King of Fighters XIV Announced

You read that right, fighting game fans, King of Fighters XIV has been announced for a 2016 release for PS4. No word yet on a Western release and whether the game will come out on PC or Xbox One at a later stage.

Why Choices Matter

We all have to make choices in our lives. Maybe you only have time to watch one episode of any anime and you need to decide which one to watch, or maybe you need to decide whether you want to study for that test the next day or go out clubbing with your friends. In…

Let’s Fighting Love

A while ago I read a post by Aniplays about his love for fighting games and how much they mean to him. When I read it, it made me think about my own love for fighting games and how special the genre is to my life.

Gamer’s Corner: Witcher 3

When Witcher 3 was first announced last year I did not pay much attention to it as I wasn’t acquainted with the series at the time. When GOG offered Witcher 2 for free during their winter sale at the end of last year I immediately took the opportunity to try out the series that took the…