PSVG Opinion Pieces

Coach Mo plays… a movie?! (Late Shift)

Hello friends. I hope you have been well. I am very well actually and that is in fact what inspired this late night blog post. This is not one of my normal posts where it is written and rewritten, edited by a group of friends before publishing. This is just me telling...

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My 20 Favorite NES Soundtracks: Part 1

So, I’m trying something a little different, I would like to start doing multi-part lists periodically and I wanted to open this with a subject I really enjoy: Video game music.  I have been a fan of game music since the 80’s and I am starting a top 20 here for my...

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National Lampoon’s Mass Effect Andromeda

I'm starting to feel a little bit like Clark Griswold. In the classic comedy, National Lampoon’s Vacation, Chevy Chase’s Clark Griswold wants to take his charming family on a cross-country vacation to visit the best amusement park in the country, Walley World. After...

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Destiny 2: Electric Boogaloo

So yesterday at 10am PST we got the full reveal trailer, and man what a hell of a reveal it was. The last city has been stomped by the Cabal and their leader Ghaul (Gary), and we have had to retreat from the city losing pretty much everything in the process. If that...

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Destiny 2 Incoming!

Destiny. Love it or hate it, it’s here to stay. Well at the very least for another 7 years according to Bungies 10 year plan. Hot on the heels of the originals swan song event, The Age of Triumph which started today at 10am PST and goes through September, we finally...

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An Open Letter to Zelda Breath of the Wild

Dear Zelda Breath of the Wild, I haven’t been a gamer as long as some of our readers, definitely our staff. I entered gaming playing sports games for most of my life. These sports games have fulfill a large majority of my favorite gaming moments and I still enjoy them...

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WedNESday – T&C Surf Designs: Wood & Water Rage

An LJN Wipe Out that Could Represent Their Best Work Licensed games are a strange rabbit hole. From bad games based on short-lived game shows to video games starring food mascots, the world of the licensed product tie-in is as broad as it is awful. There are games...

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Ghost Recon Wildlands: Beta Impressions

Twelve hours later and having completed 99% of the beta content, I have put down my controller and taken off my headset feeling extremely satisfied. If the full GRW expands on its beta, then the gaming community can look forward to a rich and engaging open-world tactical shooter that will deliver exponential amounts of high-quality entertainment—playing with friends is recommended. read more

Nintendo bungled the Switch event, but I’m still on-board

The Nintendo Switch reveal event was not good. I’m not breaking any new ground with that statement. And, still, I want to pick the Switch up so I can — ahem — share the joy with my family. So, what went wrong last night? The presentation took no risks, and by taking...

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Seth’s Most Anticipated Games of 2017

The beginning of a new year is exciting for a lot of reasons, not the least of which is the promise of the next wave of (hopefully) great games. As we start off this new year, there are two games announced for 2017 that I have pre-ordered: Mass Effect Andromeda and...

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Sombrero: Spaghetti Western Mayhem – Impressions

It’s high noon somewhere.  Put on your spurs and saddle up with Somberero: Spaghetti Western Mayhem available now on Steam.  This appears to be the first game released by developer PixelMetal.  Lucas and I were able to go hands on with the game and now you have to sit...

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Nintendo Switch: 3rd Party Games we hope to See

It’s no secret that we at PSVG are excited about the Nintendo Switch, and that we want to know more about the system. Nintendo has lined up a lot of partnering developers, and it looks like the Switch could help Nintendo attract those third-party games again. One of...

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Nintendo Switch: The Aftermath Part Two

Last week, I discussed the Nintendo Switch's battery life and Nintendo's decision to push further details until 2017. Well, it didn't take long for a flood of information to follow my blog post. Let's catch-up on what we have learned about the new console: January 12,...

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First Impressions: Battlefield 1 – Xbox One

I began my adventure early thanks to being a member of EA Access. If you aren't a member yet, you should be. The value you get for just $30 a year is astounding. The only downside is that it's only on Xbox. Anyway, that's not what I am here to talk about. As soon as...

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