Near Mistakes In Gaming: The Close PS3 Disaster – Part 1

For the better part of ten years, Sony was kicking some serious butt with the Playstation and Playstation 2. The former sold over 101 million units, more than triple the amount of the second place console in that generation, the N64, and the latter sold over 155 million units, more than seven times the second place console in its generation in the original Xbox, becoming … Continue reading Near Mistakes In Gaming: The Close PS3 Disaster – Part 1

Xbox One Failures: No Games!

The Xbox One and PS4 have been embroiled in console combat for over three and a half years, and it’s abundantly clear that there’s a runaway victor emerging from the smokescreen. Sony’s machine has sold over 60 million units, compared to around 30 million for the Xbox. Because of that fact, the weekly top ten sales charts are normally littered with PS4 and 3DS games, … Continue reading Xbox One Failures: No Games!

Game Over – Mistakes In Gaming: Nintendo’s Handling of the NES Classic

As I’ve prefaced on many occasions, I’m a huge Nintendo fan. The N64, GameCube, and Game Boy were vital parts of my gaming childhood, and I have Nintendo to thank for that. Lately though, I haven’t been hesitant to call them out for some of there utterly stupid decisions in recent times, especially regarding┬áthe Nintendo Switch. And now, we can add another notch to the … Continue reading Game Over – Mistakes In Gaming: Nintendo’s Handling of the NES Classic

Why I Love: Persona 5 on PS3

The 7th generation console cycle that consisted of the Xbox 360, PS3, and Wii, was the longest in gaming history. Needless to say, the golden era for those consoles have been long gone, and apart from multiplats like sports games or Call of Duty, you’ll be hard pressed to find any new triple A titles being released for them. This is what makes Persona 5 … Continue reading Why I Love: Persona 5 on PS3