Author: Nightingale Silva

Analyzing the Resident Evil 7 Demo (Including Updated “Twilight Version” Demo)

Okay, so first off, I’m a huge Resident Evil fan. After Resident Evil 6 I was already ready for 7 to release. What I was hoping for was something awesome branching from 6, like maybe giving Jake his own game… but what was revealed was WAY off from anything I had imagined. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard was unveiled at this year’s past E3, and showed off a whole new imagining of the Resident Evil series. The biggest change being that the game is in first-person view. From the trailer they showed, it seemed to me to be rather obvious...

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Toy Odyssey: The Lost and the Found Heading to Steam and Xbox One

DigitalSmash announced recently that they are working alongside Hiker Games to bring us Toy Odyssey: The Lost and the Found, coming to Xbox One and Steam on September 21, with a PlayStation 4 release happening later on. The game is side-scrolling platformer that follows Brand, an action figure that is out to help his fellow toys and owner against an evil army of toy. The game has a very Super Metroid-esque feel, while boasting a difficulty likened to that of Dark Souls. There is over 30,000 lines of full vocalized dialog in the game, while all maps are randomly...

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Yesterday’s Review: Mario Kart 8, A Shell-Shockingly Awesome Ride!

(Originally posted on Gaming Precision) Being the fan of Nintendo series that I have been since I was only a mere child, it was a no-brainer that I’d be picking up a copy of Mario Kart 8, the latest in the Kart series for the Nintendo Wii U. And now that I’ve gotten gold on every race, and unlocked every character possible, it’s time for a review on the awesomeness that is Mario Kart 8! Developer: Nintendo / Publisher: Nintendo / Released On: Wii U / Release Date: May 30th, 2014  Okay, so for starters, I have been playing Mario Kart games...

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Yesterday’s Review: Hyrule Warriors: Two Worlds Within One

(Originally posted on Gaming Precision) Anybody who knows me knows I am an avid Nintendo fan, and my favorite Nintendo franchise is The Legend of Zelda. So one could only imagine my excitement when Hyrule Warriors was announced. I’d get to play as some of my favorite characters since my childhood in a setting that was familiar to me but in the style of the epic Dynasty Warriors games! The Legend of Zelda meets Dynasty Warriors? Take my money, Nintendo! Who wouldn’t want to experience the two worlds within one? Developer: Omega Force/Team Ninja / Publisher: Koei Tecmo/Nintendo / Platform: Nintendo...

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Yesterday’s Review: Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer

(Originally posted on Gaming Precision) Everyone knows I’m a fan of the Nintendo franchise, from popular titles like Super Mario Bros. To the Legend of Zelda to Animal Crossing… I play them all. It’s been a recent trend it seems for Nintendo to make spin-off titles of their more popular series. First we had Hyrule Warriors, and now the upcoming Triforce Heroes, and Mario Maker, and more recently, Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer, the game about which I will be writing today. Developer: Nintendo Entertainment / Publisher: Nintendo / Platform: Nintendo 3DS  / Release Date: September 25th, 2015  I got the game...

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