Review: Infestation World–Déjà Z

You would think that Infestation: Survivor Stories had for lack of a better term, finished it’s story. Starting off as The War Z, the game had nothing but negative publicity with copyright infringements, lazy development and outright lying to customers as just a few of the issues that arose.   Nearly 4 years after the […]

I bought a physical copy of a dead game because I could.

So I received a package today that I did not expect. Apparently I had ordered a copy of Enemy Territory: Quake Wars. I don’t remember ever ordering it, but here it is. This is the one Quake game I haven’t played before, but wish I had. The first game in the ET series, Wolfenstein: Enemy […]

I have bought Elder Scrolls Online

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series An Epic Saga Of Personal Growth

For those following the epic saga, I finally decided to put down the money for the game during the Steam QuakeCon sale, while it was $20. I also used some of the money saved to buy a couple of months of Plus to get the “full experience”. I’ve been playing it here and there, and […]

Quake needs to change.

So after the E3 teaser, I was so ready for a new Quake game. We’ve just come off two consecutively successful reboots of id software games, with Wolfenstein: The New Order and DOOM both being very successful, and hitting the third would be perfect. Afterwards however, interviews and extra information surfaced that made it seem […]

Old Friends: Loadout – Cool guns on life support

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Old Friends

I played Loadout a bit two years ago, but the loss of Oceanic servers and other issues lead to my letting it go for a while. When I saw the state of the game and the developers at the time, I uninstalled it. It’s been ages, and I thought it is long time to revisit […]