Dead Space may not have drawn the original blueprint for sound design in modern AAA games, but it arguably proved the strengths of planning a game’s audio direction from the onset of development.
Author: Andrew Nardi
How Persona 5 Royal Rescued My Heart in Lockdown
In a year of unyielding anxiety and concern for our futures, 2020 has been nothing short of frightful. But it was also the year that we received Persona 5 Royal, a game that occupied many of my months in isolation.
The Eight Most Interesting Games from E3 2019
This year I challenged myself with viewing as many E3 trailers as I could bare to culminate a short list of the few gems that are daring to push video games to new heights.
Review: Yoshi’s Crafted World – Arts, Craft And Dinosaur Eggs
Yoshi’s Crafted World comes out with its own cardboard cutout aesthetic, complete with some new ideas for the series.
Review: Battlloon – Local Multiplayer Inflates On Switch
Battlloon is a humble and wholesome game of dodgems featuring a cast of cute and charismatic balloons.
Review: Tetris 99 – Rebuilding The Battle Royale Formula
Borrowing from the battle royale craze, Tetris 99 pits the player against 98 others in a block dropping, line breaking, pressure building skirmish to be the last one standing.
Review: Resident Evil 2 – A Masterclass In Survival Horror
With so much nostalgia and praise backing the original, 2019’s Resident Evil 2 remake faces an almost insurmountable rampage of gamer hype. How does it fight back?
Paving the Way for Mobile Gaming: The Game Boy’s 25th Anniversary
Before smartphone and tablet users were blessed with free, downloadable games for their pocket-sized supercomputers, portable gaming was synonymous with a much simpler device.
Review: Mario Kart 7 – Kartin’ Has Never Been This Good
Mario Kart 7 doesn’t do anything entirely new, but it does refine almost perfectly everything the series has stood for since its inception.