Author: Daniel Weissenberger

A Plague Tale: Innocence Preview

A new entry in the ‘dour and grave’ subgenre of action/adventure games, A Plague Tale: Innocence takes players back to medieval France, when everything was filthy, war was an ever-present threat (and perhaps not coincidentally) a horrific disease was killing people by the millions. Whatever else can be said about the game, it comes by its ominous tone honestly — the setting doesn’t really allow for anything else.


Onimusha: Warlords Review

A Blade Dulled By Time

HIGH Using the ultimate secret sword to make short work of the final boss.

LOW This is a swordfighting game. Why is there a flying boss?

WTF How did they not remove the beholders that steal souls and drain experience?


Dan’s Top Ten Of 2018

Another year down, which means it’s time for my best of 2018 list! Just FYI, I didn’t play Spider Man, Red Dead 2, or Into the Breach, so this list may be amended in retrospect. Although I doubt anything will budge the #1 and #2 spots!