Gaming Backlog Countdown: 30!

In the last entry of my gaming backlog countdown I went from 40 games to 35, and checked off four games I played on my PC, plus one I played on my PlayStation 4. This time I'm going back in time, to the PS3, to play the HD re-release of the first three Sly Cooper games, first... Continue Reading →

Gaming Backlog Countdown: 35!

In the last entry of my gaming backlog countdown I went from 45 games to 40, and checked off five games I played on my PS4. This time, the five games Iā€™m checking off are mostly turn-based games on my computer. A lot of them being games where you control characters on a grid-based map. Which... Continue Reading →

Borderlands 2 – The Perfect Date Game

Me and my girlfriend Renate started playing Borderlands 2 on PlayStation 4 in October/November of 2017. But after finishing about half of the base game, we forgot the game a bit when we both gifted each-other a different Nintendo console for Christmas that year. We finally returned during spring of 2019, and have been fighting... Continue Reading →

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 game should head Far From Home

Marvel's Spider-Man was my favorite PlayStation 4 game in 2018. The game's developer, Insomniac Games, perfectly represented Spider-Man's rogues gallery and supportive characters. And perhaps more importantly, they nailed Marvel Comics' version of New York City, and the movement mechanics of the titular hero. Swinging around New York in that game feels amazing! So where... Continue Reading →

Riddle Me This, Batman

Here's why I think The Riddler is the best part of the first two Batman Arkham games. The Batman Arkham series of video games were my first real dive into the deeper mythology surrounding Batman. I had seen the first two Christopher Nolan directed films when I started playing Arkham Asylum, but I had never... Continue Reading →

Life Is Strange – Picture Perfect

Around the time I was playing the first season of Life Is Strange, I attended a family gathering at my in-laws'. I overheard some of my younger cousin in-laws taking about video games. Having finally found some common ground with someone there, I joined the conversation.Soon it came time for me to tell them about... Continue Reading →

Halo 3: ODST (humiliated me)

In the Fall of 2009, around the time Halo 3: ODST was released, I started serving my one year of mandatory military service as a guard in The Royal Norwegian Air Force. (I swear this is going to be relevant.) After two months of an introductory boot camp, they assigned me to a base outside a... Continue Reading →

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