Alexander Leach

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Tennocon and Warframe – Where they'll go from here 21

Tennocon and Warframe – Where they’ll go from here

London, Ontario isn't the first place I'd think to travel to for a convention. Local affairs are common, but they're rarely worthy of bringing in international traffic. It's also strange to...
Plains of Eidolon Brings A larger, Different World

Warframe: Plains of Eidolon Brings A Larger, Living World

Warframe’s four years have let to the game expanding drastically, from the basic third-person action game where it started its open-beta life. Its nebulous state of revision and exploration has led...
Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind Review - Going Back in Time 8

Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind Review – Going Back in Time

Sometime after I'd exhausted my patience with Skyrim, I went back to play Morrowind with friend’s Xbox 360 copy. It was a horrendous experience, after having played the game originally on...
Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind Preview - Nostalgia Works both Ways 4

Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind Preview – Nostalgia Works Both Ways

Elder Scrolls Online always struck me as a game that reminds its players constantly of the previous titles in the series. The core plot, for instance, is right out of Elder...
Dark Souls 3 – Ashes of Ariandel (PC) Review 1

Dark Souls 3 – Ashes of Ariandel (PC) Review

The world of Dark Souls is not a happy world. It's a place gripped by a cycle of death and rebirth, a violent combustion of life amid slow, lingering deaths. It's...
Black Desert Online (PC) Preliminary Review

Black Desert Online (PC) Preliminary Review

Note: This review is after a week of play, and does not reflect the entirety of the game's content. As MMOs are huge, and this one in particular has a lot...
Cobalt (PC) Review

Cobalt (PC) Review

I really find myself throwing myself head-first into a wall with this game.I like platformers, quite a bit, and I enjoy complicated systems and pickups. There's definitely depth to Cobalt's...
Torment: Tides of Numenera: First Impressions 6

Torment Revisited: A Preview of Tides of Numenera

Early Access is a fantastic thing for both players and independent or small developers—it keeps players invested (quite literally in the case of crowdfunding) in the game's development, and gives them...
Wandering the Black Desert (Forest) 4

Wandering the Black Desert (Forest)

I never played Ultima Online. Tucked away in rural Ontario, I never had a chance to run around an overcrowded, experimental landscape, building chairs and being torn apart by black-armoured PvPers....
Nosgoth Revisited: Silenced Cathedral and What's Changed for Me - 2016-01-05 13:10:58

Nosgoth Revisited: Silenced Cathedral and What’s Changed for Me

I previewed Nosgoth years ago. I had plenty of good things to say then—a multiplayer deathmatch game set in the Legacy of Kain universe, playing as either the human survivors or...
Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns (PC) Review 6

Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns (PC) Review

Guild Wars 2 facilitated a sense of wonder and exploration that drew me in when I first bought it three years ago. The great, chilly mountains and perpetual autumns of Ascalon...
Black and White Bushido (PC) Review 4

Black and White Bushido (PC) Review

A simple fighter has to handle well.Street Fighter and Skullgirls, with their titanic move lists and layered systems, reward skill, possibly more than most other genres. Going in the opposite direction...

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