Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair

Beautiful despair. This is the best way I have to describe Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, an eclectic and dark hybrid of visual novel and court room drama. Long after the final credits roll and the twists have been hashed over in your mind (and there are quite a few), Danganronpa 2 will leave you with some philosophical conundrums. You... Continue Reading →

Now Available: The Matrix Online Archives

Although it never moved beyond its small niche, The Matrix Online was a massive multiplayer online game that took place after The Matrix trilogy. With the blessing of the Wachowskis and storyline input from renowned comic book writer and illustrator Paul Chadwick, The Matrix Online (or MxO for short) looked to create an organic and dynamic virtual world. With a model built... Continue Reading →

[Review] Destiny: The Taken King

Over a decade ago, a little MMO called The Matrix Online launched with a tagline, "The Matrix has only begun to give up its secrets." The implication being that there would be so many things to uncover and enjoy in the game that fans would stay invested for a long time. Sadly, the game failed to deliver on... Continue Reading →

[Review] The Wolf Among Us

The Wolf Among Us, TellTale's (the developers behind Walking Dead and Game of Thrones) game inspired by the comic book series Fables, is a gritty nuanced take on social dystopia. Despite its mid-1980's setting, Wolf feels more than relevant for today. The Wolf Among Us starts off as a mystery, and is able to maintain... Continue Reading →

[Review] Destiny: House of Wolves

Destiny launched in September 2014 after years of hype and anticipation. And when the dust settled, the game wound up becoming a financial, if not critical, success. While the game boasts some of the most satisfying gunplay mechanics in a first-person shooter (FPS), Destiny's strange identity crisis, incoherent story, and short, repetitive content continued to frustrate fans.... Continue Reading →

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