Author: Cory

Ark Survival Evolved Review, Riding Dinosaurs Should be More Fun

Ark: Survival Evolved is playable but even with a 1.0 next to the name now, the game still really feels like its’ in beta. Ark: Survival Evolved is a game that is extremely hard to review. The amount of content in Ark is astonishing. There is so much to do in the world of Ark and running out of things to do is basically impossible.  My issue became with Ark was that is still doesn’t feel like it’s out of beta even though officially the title has hit 1.0 and been released into the wild. Ark: Survival Evolved should...

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For the Love of Gaming Podcast Episode 196: PS4 Amateur

  Summer 2017 is wrapping up. As always not a lot of new games have come out, but Splatoon 2 did hit the Nintendo Switch. Cory picked it up along with Chris who now owns a Neon Nintendo Switch! Sonic Mania released just a few days before we recorded this episode, and Sonic Mania is believe it or not, a great Sonic game. Diablo 3: Rise of the Necromancer hit PC and Consoles, and Cory talks about how it’s one of the best characters in the Diablo 3 roster. Titanfall 2 received a new titan, which Cory couldn’t remember...

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Nex Machina Review, Twin Stick Awesomeness

Nex Machina from Housemarque is another stellar title to their catalog of games on the Playstation 4 and PC. Nex Machina is twin stick shooting at its’ best. Housemarque has a history of making great games and Nex Machina is no exception. Nex Machina is a twin stick shooter which will seem very familiar if you were at the launch of the Playstation 4 with Resogun. Nex Machina is wild and a lot of fun but also engaging and very challenging in a good way. The player takes control of a small little solider and goes from platform to...

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For the Love of Gaming Podcast Episode 195: E3 2017, The Power of X

Thank you for sticking with us as we made the move to the P4 Network. For the Love of Gaming Podcast will continue on! Prey came out from Arkane Studios and Cory finished it, but wasn’t as impressed as a lot of other gamers were. Injustice 2 grabbed Cory with its’ loot system, and Chris finished the story mode and was pleased overall. Project Scorpio has finally been revealed as Xbox One X. It will be coming on November 7th 2017 for $499. A dicussion breaks out obviously about this console as well as the PS4 Pro, and the...

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Xbox One X: New Console, Confused True 4K Message

Xbox One X has been touted as the true 4K machine, but the messaging at E3 2017 from Microsoft isn’t exactly clear. Microsoft had a lot to prove at E3 2017. All eyes were on them to deliver the goods with Project Scorpio, which we now know as Xbox One X. With touting 42 games to be shown at their conference, it was packed with new games and announcements such as Backwards Compatibility for original Xbox games. Their E3 2017 conference was a great show all around, but it sure as hell was confusing at times. Especially when you consider...

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