If there’s one thing (among many) Fortnite has successfully achieved in its reign as the top battle royale game of all time, it’s an incredibly wide player base across different systems. More miraculously, players on any system are able to play together in a large triumph of cross-platform play. Sony was the last to be on board with their system connecting with other systems this generation, but did you know that they are responsible for one of the big steps in pushing cross-platform play to where it is today? In the early 2000s, online play on consoles was only just beginning...
Movies about “video games” have been done often as well with titles like Ready Player One, Stay Alive, and even The Wizard, but none of them have captured the true wonder of video games without feeling like pandering quite like Wreck-It Ralph has.
Fortnite has become a sensation. But, why has Fortnite succeeded while so many other Battle Royale titles can only dream to bring in as many players? This is largely in part to Fortnite’s free-to-play model and just as importantly, the ability to not take itself seriously.
Now that it’s been in the hands of players for a while, the new Fallout game, Fallout 76, has finally received a fair share of reviews. Unfortunately, reviews have not been favorable for the dwellers from Vault 76. This new entry in the Fallout series didn’t leave a mark, and some even considered it to be “bad,” but did it have to be?
With Spyro Reignited Trilogy being released, I decided to take a look at the first Spyro game on the PlayStation, Spyro the Dragon.