All posts by Troy Komanac

I play video games way too much and then talk about them online

The Best & Worst Moments of E3 2017

E3 is always the most exciting time of year for video game news. People all around the globe gather by their screens to watch the action unfold and get a glimpse of the phenomenal looking games that developers are hard a work on. Here are the staff’s favorite and most disappointing reveals at E3 2017. Continue reading The Best & Worst Moments of E3 2017

E3 2017 Bethesda Recap: Wolfenstein II, The Evil Within 2 & VR Re-Releases for Fallout 4 & More

Bethesda is one of the developers that you cant help but get excited about every year at E3. So many people have spent so many hours engulfed in their phenomenal games and they’re here to expand on those hours. Continue reading E3 2017 Bethesda Recap: Wolfenstein II, The Evil Within 2 & VR Re-Releases for Fallout 4 & More

E3 2017 Microsoft Press Conference Recap: Xbox One X, Crackdown 3 & Metro Exodus

This year, Xbox fans eagerly awaited more information on the new Xbox code named Scorpio. At this years E3, Microsoft finally unveiled the final details on the console and many great looking games. Continue reading E3 2017 Microsoft Press Conference Recap: Xbox One X, Crackdown 3 & Metro Exodus

Shadow Tactics Blades of The Shogun: Rich, Thrilling & Incredibly Well Crafted Stealth [Review]

It’s been a while since a proper stealth game has been in the spotlight of the gaming world. Sure there has been plenty of great games to have come out recently that incorporate stealth into them like the Arkham franchise, the Dishonored games, Hitman and many more, but those games use stealth as an optional component of the game play. Most “stealth” based games you can pick up these days allow you to sneak around and take out enemies without getting noticed but if you do get noticed, you can go all out without much consequence. In Shadow Tactics however, things are much different. Continue reading Shadow Tactics Blades of The Shogun: Rich, Thrilling & Incredibly Well Crafted Stealth [Review]