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About Robert Endyo

Robert Endyo

Robert Endyo

Being an avid gamer for most of my life, I always felt like I wanted to be a part of the industry beyond simply being a customer. I've had a lot of hobbies over the years ranging from sports and fitness to astronomy, but gaming has always been a constant. A few years back I decided to try my hand at writing reviews and creating videos and those efforts have grown into something I commit a lot of my free time to and enjoy.

Posts By Robert Endyo

The Blizzard You Knew Is Gone

October 8, 2019 |

Sometime around 25 years ago, I first picked up a CD-ROM that contained Warcraft: Orcs and Humans. At the time, I was a little too young to be particularly good at it, but I slowly made progress. Eventually, I … Read More

It’s time to bring more Zelda to the Switch

October 4, 2019 |

After an enjoyable journey through the classic The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, I realized that it would be nice to revisit more of the games between A Link to the Past and Breath of the Wild – and … Read More

Where Do Games Go When They Die?

September 28, 2019 |

As we trend ever deeper into a world of games that require servers maintained by the developer or publisher, we see more and more games disappearing from the world. What was once a fate reserved for MMORPGs like The Matrix Online, … Read More

DLC and the Death of Expansions

September 18, 2019 |

I was recently asked “What is your favorite DLC?” and I immediately jumped back to some of my favorite expansions like Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne, Half-Life: Opposing Force, and Homeworld: Cataclysm. I then noticed many other people were referencing … Read More

Can Homeworld 3 Succeed in Reviving the Franchise?

September 16, 2019 |

With the recent announcement of Homeworld 3, we’re seeing the ultimate culmination of an effort to revive a franchise. Game franchises usually don’t last forever. Some rarely make it into “trilogy” territory. Others disappear after a single game. However, … Read More

How Many Gaming Subscriptions Will You Have?

September 11, 2019 |

Subscription services for games are becoming immensely popular. While services like Gamefly have been around for quite a while, the growth of digital-only services has been a more recent endeavor – and one that has caught on across multiple game … Read More

Are we in a Space Sim Renaissance?

September 9, 2019 |

It may be because of the popularity of Elite: Dangerous and Star Citizen starting 2012 and their ever-growing high profile status going forward, but the trend of taking players into space has certainly caught on. Recently, I played Rebel … Read More

Homeworld 3 Announced… with Crowdfunding?

August 30, 2019 |

Today, the announcement of Homeworld 3 rocked longtime fans of the series.  It has been nearly 16 years since the last proper release in the Homeworld franchise. While Deserts of Kharak certainly fit the narrative and was good, it … Read More

How Long Do Games Have to Be?

August 9, 2019 |

Throughout my life, my expectations for game length has inverted. When I was a kid, if I completed a game in a matter of hours and had no reason to ever play it again, that was a disaster. I didn’t get … Read More

Bring Back the Real-time Strategy Epic

August 6, 2019 |

 

The real-time strategy genre was once a cornerstone of the PC gaming world. As the age of 3D acceleration dawned, their popularity started to waver. However, in this period, developers started expanding on the relatively lean story elements that these … Read More