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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

Why You Should Be Playing Deep Rock Galactic

May 27, 2020 |

Before its release on May 13th, I had been playing Deep Rock Galactic on and off during its Early Access phase. I chose not to spend too much time in it until the release was set so I could experience … Read More

What’s in Store for the Nintendo Switch?

May 12, 2020 |

Recently, David Gibson, an investment adviser, attended Nintendo’s Q&A following their latest earnings report and delivered some information including the claim that the Switch was “barely in the middle” of its life cycle. Given that it was released just … Read More

Mick Gordon Will Not Be Working With id Software on Doom DLC

May 4, 2020 |

Today in an open letter to fans, Marty Stratton, Executive Producer for Doom Eternal, discussed the entire issue with Mick Gordon and the poor soundtrack mixing situation. Within it, he explained how Mick Gordon was accommodated with extra time … Read More

Star Citizen’s Latest Update Throws You in Jail

May 1, 2020 |

 

Cloud Imperium Games has released another update in the Alpha development of Star Citizen. This patch brings with it a relatively limited amount of new content and fixes, but some that will change the way many play the game. … Read More

How Original Does a Game Have to Be?

April 25, 2020 |

There is no question that we’re well into a trend of games being remade and remastered. Some, like Final Fantasy 7, has been in demand for more than a decade, while others such as Destroy All Humans! came as more of a … Read More

Obsidian’s Next Title “Grounded” Shows off New Generic Survival Gameplay

April 14, 2020 |

This manifestation of a Honey I Shrunk the Kids universe come to life looks as interesting as such an idea could, but I can’t say I’m excited. Survival games are everywhere. They were most popular years ago when Early … Read More

Battle Passes – Buy or Pass?

April 10, 2020 |

The use of battle passes in gaming is a relatively modern practice. The first well-known use of such a practice was with Dota 2’s Compendium in 2013 for The International. This purchase had quite a bit more functionality than the … Read More

What Makes Doom Eternal So Great?

March 30, 2020 |

Four years ago, Doom had nothing to lose and everything to gain. The perception of the series after Doom 3’s mediocre release and the franchise’s subsequent hiatus left few people even looking for another game in the series. However, id … Read More

Doom Eternal’s Battlemode is Actually Great

March 26, 2020 |

Recently you may have read that Doom Eternal deserves a better multiplayer mode. The argument made is that classic deathmatch is a staple of the first-person shooter genre and one that adds to the overall quality of the game. … Read More

What Makes Outer Wilds Great – and Why I Gave Up On It

March 21, 2020 |

There are plenty of 2019 “Game of the Year” lists out there that contain Outer Wilds. It was even nominated for the GDC Game of the Year.  Mobius Digital’s unique take on exploration and discovery is undoubtedly one of the … Read More