The past few weeks have involved a whole lot of Spider-Man. My wife and I took two of my nephews to go see Into the Spider-Verse, I finished off all of the DLC for Marvel's Spider-Man on the PlayStation 4, and I've been reading through some comics. They've all been fantastic experiences, and have resolidified … Continue reading So much Spidey: Spider-Verse, PS4 DLC, and Kraven!
I completely bought into the hype for Red Dead Redemption II. When the game first got announced, I watch the initial teaser trailer with glee, having really loved both the story and the gameplay experience of the first Red Dead Redemption. As more information started coming out, I decided to stop paying attention so that … Continue reading Red Dead Redemption II is incredible and is also not very fun.
While we were camping last weekend, my wife and I wanted something to play on the Switch that was a little more goal driven than Mario Kart and easier to play in tabletop mode than Hyrule Warriors. We settled on Overcooked, a game we had only played a few levels of before on the PS4, … Continue reading The ABCs of Overcooked (and real cooking)
I really, really, really, really, like the Assassin's Creed video game series! I love that each one is set in a unique historical era and setting, I love that you get to climb all over famous monuments from that location, I love the combat that encourages combos against mobs of enemies, and I love the … Continue reading Assassin’s Creed Syndicate: Best of an era
Before there was a Deadpool movie, there was a Deadpool game. It came out in 2013, then was delisted because Marvel and Activision weren't getting along, then re-released in 2016 in conjuncture with the movie. I played through the whole game over two Twitch streams this week, and it is *exactly* what a Deadpool video … Continue reading Deadpool, the video game, is exactly what it should be.