Author: Kyle Payne

The Writer Within IV

LEVEL FOUR: TOXICITY You know what’s funny about Sexism? Nothing, nothing at all. If 2017 has taught us anything it’s that we, as humans, are not as advanced as we like to make ourselves out to be. Racism and Sexism run ...[Read More]

Star Wars Battlefront 2: Microtransactions Currently SUSPENDED

Microtransactions, loot boxes, and DLC have been some controversial topics. Especially lately. I brought it up in The Writer Within III and it’s a topic that really gained a lot more attention when Battlefront 2 launched...[Read More]

Call Of Duty: WWII Review

OVERVIEW Call Of Duty: WWII is a first person shooter developed by Sledgehammer Games, known for developing Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare, and published by industry titan Activison. After years of moving the franchise i...[Read More]

The Writer Within III

LEVEL THREE: Jet Pilot Games no longer release complete, at least not the majority of them, and they usually require day one patches. Also, we’ve reached a time where a bad game can actually be fixed and can even become ...[Read More]

The Future Of Take-Two

In the ‘Writer Within’ series we discussed microtransactions in level two. You know where I stand on the matter. I explained how we, as gamers, have the power to stop microtransactions from becoming so paramount in our i...[Read More]

The Writer Within II

LEVEL TWO: Prison Song Loot boxes are everywhere nowadays, right? It’s like a virus that has slowly been getting stronger and spreading into a vast array of genres. What’s the cure? Why did they appear? Do any games do i...[Read More]

Fire Emblem Warriors Review

OVERVIEW Fire Emblem Warriors is a hack and slash action RPG made by the team best known for the Dynasty Warriors franchise. Due to the success found between Nintendo, Omega Force, and Team Ninja with Hyrule Warriors, it...[Read More]

The Writer Within

LEVEL ONE: Toxicity   Social media is something, ain’t it? The other day I stumbled upon an interesting thread of tweets that got me thinking, never a good thing, and got me upset, which is acceptable nowadays with ...[Read More]