My thoughts on the latest Beat Saber Update (0.13.x)

NB: This was written from the perspective of a Beat Saber Modder and BSMG Admin. The latest Beat Saber update rolled around featuring the OST Volume II songs and Campaign mode from the PSVR release, along with the first DLC Music Pack; the Monstercat Music Pack. As with everything, I…

The Evil Within - Limited Ammo: The Video Game

From Shinji Mikami the director that brought you Resident Evil comes The Evil Within: a new game series trying to recapture the fear and excitement of the original trilogy (plus 4) of Resident Evil. From my 21 or so hours of game time I have spent on this game I…

Blueshift - And why I am now a bit sad.

For those unaware, I've been in the VR hype circle for a long time now. Starting with the original Oculus Dev Kit, I was enticed. I needed one; and shortly after the Dev Kit 2 was released I picked one up using some Christmas money. Fast-forward a couple years and…

Rust - A spectacular display of mediocrity.

Please note I received Rust for free. It was gifted to me ages ago. Oh boy, where to begin with Rust. It's in a strange place in that if I were asked if I recommended it I would say no. It's not really a game worth buying. Especially since they've…

My Personal Top Games of 2017

Only games released in 2017 qualify for the top 5. In no particular order... Doki Doki Literature Club[1] Disguised as your standard cutesy visual novel, Doki Doki will make you question your reality in ways you'd never have imagined. This game is best experienced blind, so I'm not going…

Mini Metro - A more elegant train simulator.

Here's the thing: Transport Management Sims certainly are nothing new. Heck, since the nineties, games such as Sid Meier's Railroad Tycoon have been popular among gamers and often spawn numerous, also well received sequels. So what is it Mini Metro adds to the table which makes it stick out in…