Category Archives: PS4

Five other things I played in March

I haven’t been going as whole-hog on my backlog this year, because honestly I feel like last year ended with me in control again after quite a while of feeling buried under the shame of a mountain of games I’d … Continue reading

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RiME

Video game enthusiasts love creating words to describe genres by taking a couple of game titles and mashing them together, it’s the sort of practice that has given us “Metroidvania” and “Soulsborne”, and it’s very useful as shorthand for knowing … Continue reading

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Sony’s marketing department is on point.

I finished Nioh a few days ago, and had been meaning to do a quick postmortem post about it, but one thing and another came up. Then I got another of Sony’s little “congratulations!” emails, which they send out occasionally.  … Continue reading

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Nico Nico Nioh

2018 has been a very calm year so far. I went more than a little nuts trying to finish ALL THE GAMES in 2017 – and, while I’m quite happy that I was able to get through a hundred and … Continue reading

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2017 was great, and I wanted to gush a bit.

I don’t usually do a “Favorite Games of the Year” post, because there really haven’t been a lot of years where I’ve played games that actually came out that year. Usually I get around to titles after they’ve been priced … Continue reading

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New Year’s Gaming Plans

So, I had a “my favorite games of 2017” post all written, and then I just had to go and start playing Nioh, which is basically Ninja Gaiden meets Dark Souls and is probably going to mean that I need … Continue reading

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Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds

I’ve never been a huge fan of expansion packs, something that I’m going to blame partially on buying too many games and feeling just a little crushed under the resultant backlog. With three or four hundred games sitting on the … Continue reading

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