(This review covers the PC version of Blind Drive, available on Steam.)
Marvel’s Spider-Man on the PS4 is a game I’ve sunk countless hours into. It’s possibly my favorite game of all time. Pretending to be a wall-crawling, web-slinging superhero, while sitting at home in underwear is awesome. But as they say, with great power comes great responsibility. Which is why Spider-Man goes to great lengths to avoid killing the villains he beats into unconsciousness.
Or does he?
When I talk about Sea of Thieves, the first thing people often tell me is, “I heard that game doesn’t have a lot of content.” Unfortunately, Sea of Thieves has had a bad reputation since its fairly lukewarm release back in March 2018. Now that we’re coming up on two years since then, I wanted to give the game, and its developers, some well-deserved praise.
Last year, Activision-Blizzard announced it was curbing support for Heroes of the Storm.
They cut both of the e-sports leagues and moved developers to other projects. I was incredibly disappointed because HotS has a lot to offer over other MOBAs, and I’ve been a fan for years. I’ll probably continue to support the game until it eventually shuts down.
So what gives Heroes of the Storm the edge over the long-standing League of Legends?
The Monster Hunter series turns 15 this year, and with its latest installment selling over 10 million copies worldwide, I think it’s safe to say the series has made a big impact on the games industry as a whole.
Anyone who knows me well knows I love to cook. It’s one of my favorite hobbies and I always feel like I don’t get to do it enough. Putting a bunch of different things together in a pot or pan and coming out with something delicious just feels great.