About stopping

I was once visiting a mall in Argentina where the Sony store had set up an area to showcase the Playstation 3 and its games, having stations to show and allow visitors to try games. One of these stations had a Rock Band game (can't remember if it was 1 or 2), and it was … Continue reading About stopping


Demon’s Souls AI

I recently purchased the Witcher 3 on a PSN sale and while I am no trophy hunter, I have heard so much great things about the game that I couldn't help but see if it's even possible for me to get it. So, one of the first choices I had to do was starting at … Continue reading Demon’s Souls AI

MP. Ugh.

Time to get the pitchforks, boys! Dip them in gasoline and then light them on fire! We're going on a rally to complain about more gaming stuff! We got about 1 minute until the fire consumes the wood handle of the pitchfork and we're left weapon-less. Who are we gonna complain to? No idea! It's … Continue reading MP. Ugh.


Fortnite thoughts

A couple of days ago I wrote a series of tweets regarding Fortnite's Battle Royale mode, released as a free to play game for the Playstation 4 and other platforms. Basically, I find it quite entertaining. I was not in the "battle royale" bandwagon, despite having read about the success of Player Unknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) … Continue reading Fortnite thoughts


It never stops

I still don't have 280 characters to tweet. It wasn't long ago that we talked about Final Fantasy XV's incomplete story, or at the very least its weird and seemingly disappointing storytelling. Leaving crucial parts of the story for DLC wasn't the coolest of moves but... ok. Whatever. You wanna make an extra buck and … Continue reading It never stops


“Please, Bungo”

Destiny's Reddit, as it often happens with most game subreddits, has turned from praising Destiny 2 to reveling in posts about flaws or suggestions that could fix some of the problems people say the game has. Some big, some small, and some still fixated on the shaders issue (previously "wearable" items are now consumed on … Continue reading “Please, Bungo”