Why Sekiro’s Parry Mechanic Is A Perfect Fit For A FromSoftware Game

I have a deep affinity for the works of FromSoftware. Not only do their games feature some of the most enchanting and haunting worlds in the medium, but they also consistently showcase a mastery of environmental storytelling and worldbuilding. Their games also happen to be very, very hard, but in a way that inspires mastery … Continue reading Why Sekiro’s Parry Mechanic Is A Perfect Fit For A FromSoftware Game

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The Multilayered Horror Of Resident Evil 2

It is probably fair to say that the Resident Evil series has survived its rough patch, with the action-oriented disaster of RE6 giving way to the much more successful RE7: Biohazard. That positive trend has continued with this year's remake of Resident Evil 2, a game that builds on the inherently unsettling aspects of the … Continue reading The Multilayered Horror Of Resident Evil 2

Yuppie Psycho Review | First Job Survival Horror

On the short list of horribly unpleasant experiences, the first day at a new job surely makes the list. That is doubly true if you live in the dystopian world of Yuppie Psycho, where monolithic corporations and rigid class systems make your life all the more stressful. A story-based survival horror game with well-considered social … Continue reading Yuppie Psycho Review | First Job Survival Horror

Devil May Cry 5 Review | Reigning In Hell Has Never Felt So Good

Considering that character action games are few and far between these days, it's nice to see that Capcom has continued its run of doing right by some of its long-running franchises. Devil May Cry 5 is a well-tuned delight that zips through its demonic vistas with distinct glee. The controls are snappy, and there is … Continue reading Devil May Cry 5 Review | Reigning In Hell Has Never Felt So Good