Octopath Traveler Impressions/Review

Octopath Traveler (Nintendo Switch)

By Patrick Klein

From Square Enix, and the creators of Bravely series on the Nintendo 3DS comes Octopath Traveler for the Nintendo Switch; a story of eight unique individuals traveling the world for very different reasons.  As they journey across the eight different biospheres of the country of Orsterra, they will learn what is most important in life and grow to become stronger individuals in their respective classes.

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Xbox Elite Controller Review

The Elite Controller for Elite Gamers

By Stojan Jovic

If you ever would ask me years ago if I would ever spend $150 on a video game controller, I’d say you were “out of your mind.” Well, look who’s laughing now?

The hefty price tag is a detriment to many gamers out there. First party controllers are not cheap to begin with, and third party controllers are, if not wired, lacking in quality. And for those that are serious about their gaming experience, there are controllers like these. Continue reading “Xbox Elite Controller Review”

The Crew 2 Quick Review

 

The Crew 2 (Quick Review)
PS4, Xbox One, PC

By Stojan Jovic

Watch the trailer and you’ll know exactly what you’re in for; high stakes racing, wild stunts, and holy-shit moments. Sprinkle in some cringe-worthy dialogue by “tough boy racers” and AI rubber banding and you got yourself The Crew 2.

I could end the review there, because that’s what the game really is in a nutshell, but there’s so much more to the game than the flashy cars, wild moments, and the cross country racing. Yes, it takes place in a WAY scaled down version of the United States of America (apparently in this version you can drive from Florida to New York in 10 minutes), but that’s the big appeal to this game; the open racing world. Forza Horizon popularized the open world racer, and The Crew 2 added a big can of Red Bull to the formula. Continue reading “The Crew 2 Quick Review”