Resident bald guy and all around awesome dude, Rob Lashley takes this weekly column to talk about the games he's playing, following, and sometimes developer interviews too.
Rob flew down to Plano last week to visit Robot Entertainment and take a look at Orcs Must Die Unchained. This is one of the only games in the last five years to have him do a 180 on his opinion in a good way from Beta to release.
Square Enix released the first major DLC to their critical hit Final Fantasy XV earlier this week. Rob jumped in to get some impressions. He ended up sticking around and completing the entire thing. Here is what he thought.
With the news of the pending ESO expansion Rob felt like there was no time like the present to jump back in and see what all the fuss was about.
Rob’s back this week with a preview of the new Space Hulk first person shooter Deathwing. Not to be confused with the turn based electronic board game Space Hulk that came out in 2013 or the Space Hulk from EA back in 1993. It can be terribly confusing. Read on for more details.
It’s that time of the year again. Where your pocket is hurting but you’ve hopefully put some joy in your heart and those of your friends and loved ones. Rob’s has some possible gift ideas for the gamer in your life so you don’t have to rattle your brain too hard on what to get them.
Blurb: Earlier this week it was announced that Dungeons and Dragons would be inducted into the video game hall of fame. Read on for Rob’s thoughts and two stories about how D&D may or may not have directly influenced two classic Nintendo games.
The fantastic world of hunters and beasts imagined by Andrzej Sapkowski and popularized in the series of Witcher video games by CD Projekt Red has a new collectible card game on the horizon - Gwent. Recently, the CCG entered closed beta. Rob spent a few hours playing over the past week. These are his first impressions.