Lately I’ve jumped back into Dragon Age: Inquisition. What’s weird is that I find the combat less interesting than it was in previous Dragon Age games, and I’m not entirely sure why. That’s why I’ve decided to break down how fighting works in each game! Dragon Age: Origins (2009) In the first game, playing on PC… Continue reading Comparing the Combat of the “Dragon Age” Games
Happy New Year! December was busy for me. First, it was work with PlayStation Experience. I wrote about my free time at the event here, including a couple demos I played! Then, it was nerding out to all the things I had missed earlier in the year. I played a dating sim game with my family called Regency… Continue reading What’s New – January 2016
Video games seem a little infatuated with open world design these days. You get a great open world game like The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and suddenly everybody wants to show off how engines can now produce gorgeous, sweeping, detailed landscapes with no (or very few) loading screens. It’s like an epidemic. I mean, I’m… Continue reading What Comes First: The Story or the Open World?