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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

August Game Releases Worth Checking Out

August 1, 2020 |

Despite 2020’s reputation thus far, it has been a notable year for games. Many highly anticipated titles have released so far and more are on their way before the year closes out. As we tip past the midpoint, August didn’t … Read More

What’s Really Happening With Star Citizen?

July 30, 2020 |

For the past eight years, I’ve been closely following the production of Star Citizen and its single-player addition Squadron 42. Back in 2012 at the beginning of the Kickstarter, I was fascinated by the idea of a modern version … Read More

Physical Game Versions Won’t Die

July 28, 2020 |

The reveal of the PlayStation 5’s dual release of a very symmetrical digital-only version and a lumpy disc system has prompted more debates over whether digital media is the future.  Even today, digital games are becoming the dominant method … Read More

What Rocket League Going F2P Could Mean for the Game

July 21, 2020 |

Rocket League has been an unconventional success story from the very beginning. The self-published title from Psyonix built a following greater and more consistent than many AAA games in the multiplayer realm. While it has had some difficulties, growing … Read More

Are Games Too Long?

July 8, 2020 |

 

I’ve previously gone into the subject of “how long games should be” as an exploration of what really appeals to me with game length – or if it’s even a big deal.  I still feel much the same … Read More

How Far Should Remasters Go?

June 18, 2020 |

The distinction between “remaster” and “remake” has been getting blurrier over the years.  We are, without a doubt, in a time where both are becoming common in game development.  As we’ve seen with modern releases like Resident Evil 2Read More

Will Star Wars: Squadrons be “CSGO in Space”?

June 15, 2020 |

EA revealed an action-packed cinematic trailer today for Star Wars: Squadrons. While it lacked any definitive information about the gameplay, it did show off some nice looking combat with fighters slicing through asteroids and high above planets. However, we … Read More

Three Console Generations Is Too Much for GTA V

June 11, 2020 |

Grand Theft Auto V was released on PlayStation 3 not long before the PlayStation 4 was hit the market in 2013. In 2015 when the game was re-released, it seemed more than justifiable given its updates to graphics and … Read More

Will the Next Final Fantasy VII Remake Chapter Have as Much Padding?

June 6, 2020 |

Now that the majority of the early adopters have finished Final Fantasy VII Remake, we’ve all shifted our gaze to the future and what the next chapters will bring. This first portion covered, in detail, all of the … Read More

Games You Won’t Want to Miss in June

May 30, 2020 |

Valorant – June 2

Valorant has had more than enough coverage for a variety of reasons for everyone to be familiar by now. Most of this is related to the issue of limited beta keys and the process to … Read More