Sony’s First Party Stable

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Every time I think one of Sony’s development teams makes the “game of the generation” or best game in years another Sony studio shows them up almost instantly.

So far in 2018, we got God of War. In 2017 we got Horizon Zero Dawn. In 2016 we got Uncharted 4. In 2015 we got Bloodborne. Granted Bloodborne, which I’ve yet to play, was developed by both Japan Studio and FromSoftware but published by Sony. I’m going to call it a first-party title.

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The Division: Review

I played The Division at launch with a group of friends and enjoyed my time with it immensely. The campaign was a blast to play with a squad and then the dark zone had great elements that got you excited and nervous to extract gear, that usually wasn’t that good. After a couple years away, I decided to dive back into the game on PC.

TL,DR at the bottom.

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5 More PUBG Tips

Let’s talk PUBG. I think if you’ve been playing PUBG you’ve probably been playing for a many hours. Here are some of my “advanced” tips for people who want to get better at the game. While my mechanics are good, I know people will have better mechanics than me so I try to out think enemy players and be better prepared for a variety of situations. 

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Cuphead and Dragon Ball FighterZ, thoughts from an outsider.

While I’m still playing Monster Hunter: World I need to take some time to write about something else for my own sanity and to stave off the addiction of monster murdering. This will probably seem like a peculiar post. I want to talk about two games I’ll likely never play. Cuphead and Dragon Ball FighterZ.

Why am I talking about these games then?

Well, I think they both look fantastic. I’ll break it down why below.

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Nintendo as a Software Developer

I want to see Nintendo move away from hardware and focus entirely on software. I think that they are some of the best developers in the business and their games deserve to be played by more people. And I’m not even that much of a fan of Nintendo’s properties.

As I’ve mentioned before, I couldn’t get into Breath of the Wild and I don’t have any intention to play Mario Odyssey. But, while most major developers in the industry dilute their games with garbage microtransactions, Nintendo just makes great games.

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