JT Hussey

JT is a gamer that usually sticks to the more indie offerings out there, however, if he does go mainstream, it's usually because a huge-scale RPG has sunk its hooks right in. This usually leads to JT binging FromSoft's latest offerings and taking on the challenging bosses within.

Lords of the Fallen Review –  Fallen for You

I have a bottomless appetite for soulslikes. Any game that emulates the formula of frustratingly unforgiving combat, from conquering Sen’s Fortress in Dark Souls to showing Lady Maria back to the grave in Bloodborne, makes any small victory a massive celebratory milestone. And yet, while that recipe of limited health, spaced checkpoints, and infuriating bosses […]

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Hi-Fi Rush Review

Area shooters tear me apart. Even as a veteran gamer, the sheer amount of quick-time events, tone awareness, and agility demanded from games like DOOM, Dusk, and ULTRAKILL leave me feeling stressed and embarrassed beyond belief. So it was with great surprise that I ended up loving Hi-Fi Rush, a robot-themed rhythm game tasking us

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Undecember Review

Action RPGs satisfy a very personal urge for destruction. Building a character into a walking machine of death can make each violent battle and bloody skirmish satisfying on an intimate level. While most Action RPGs have gravitated towards high-quality encounters with a few enemies, like Weird West and Path of Exile, most refrain from mass

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Humanity Dark Souls Guide

Dark Soul’s humanity is valuable. Whether you’re kindling bonfires, summoning help, or healing, humanity is extremely useful and painfully scarce. Despite its usual connotation, the best means to acquire humanity is through evil means. Ironically, the more humanity you have in Dark Souls, the worse of a person you are. In this Dark Souls Humanity Guide,

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