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Gameverse | July 11, 2020

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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

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

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