The Demon of Evergaol! – Elden Ring Live Stream

Aimless wandering in Elden Ring led me into a fierce boss fight that I may not have been ready for just yet. But can I find it in me to figure it out?

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Death By Poison! – Ghost of Tsushima Live Stream

Jin Sakai returned home just to get his father’s armour. What he ended up getting was much more! We also discuss a show & tell with a few PlayStation 3 classics and watch a mind-blowing Twitch stream that’s taking the world by storm!

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Ghost Stance! – Ghost of Tsushima Live Stream

With Mongols storming Yarikara, Jin Sakai takes things to next level by cutting down everyone in his path! Besides playing Ghost of Tsushima, we deep dive into 90s hip-hop, predatory microtransactions, and the insanity of NFTs!

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Ghost of Tsushima and My Waning Appetite for Big Games

Ghost of Tsushima is a fantastic game. Its presentation is top-notch, from photographic vistas, to stellar voice acting, to thrilling combat. There’s also a ton of content to experience across its vast map.

The problem for me is…there’s a ton of content to experience across its vast map.

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Marvel Spider-Man: Miles Morales (PS5) Review

The training wheels (webs?) are off! In Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Peter Parker’s understudy gets his chance to protect New York on his own. Is Miles truly ready for this great responsibility?

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I Am the Spider-Man Now! – Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PlayStation 5 Live Stream!

When Peter Parker has to take some time off, Miles Morales takes over as New York’s friendly neighborhood Spider-Man! His first tasks in his new role include fixing the NYC subway and saving a cat! Also, in an extended rant, we talk about traveling and assorted Twitch issues!

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My Fave Open World Sandbox Games

The origins of open world games go back almost as far as the genre itself. However, the genre wouldn’t have its watershed moment until the release of Grand Theft Auto III in 2001. Players love the freedom that comes with exploring a full world, whether that means stealing cars, scaling mountains, fighting dragons, or cooking meals with whatever ingredients you’ve scrounged up from the forest.

In no particular order, here are a few of my fave open world games!

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Starlink: Battle for Atlas Review

Years after the Toys-to-Life bubble burst, Ubisoft took the bold step into the deserted space with Starlink: Battle for Atlas. Unlike Skylanders or Amiibo figures, Starlink takes a modular approach with its toys. As such, you can customize your loadouts by strapping a unique pilot, ship, and weapons to your controller before entering warp speed. It doesn’t hurt that the Nintendo Switch version gets access to console-exclusive Star Fox content, including a sweet-looking Arwing toy. Is the game worth the trouble of slapping all of this extra plastic onto your Joy-Con controllers?

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Starlink: Battle for Atlas – The Grind is Real

Approaching the end of the game, the repetitive nature of Starlink: Battle for Atlas rears its ugly head. Watch me run through the same tasks repeatedly for two hours as I try to unlock its endgame!

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Starlink: Battle for Atlas is Not What I Thought it Would Be

Having gotten the opportunity to play the demo for Starlink: Battle for Atlas at Fan Expo 2018, I thought I had a good idea of what I was getting myself into. I was expecting to play a game that featured a series of dogfights in orbit and land-based battles on the surfaces of different planets. Those elements are in there, and are still the best part of the game. What I wasn’t expecting was the fact that those are only smaller parts of a much grander framework.

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