Danny Saya is an aspiring writer and illustrator out of Santa Fe, New Mexico. If Danny isn't playing games he's writing about them, or hiking. If Danny were a piece of sushi he'd be fatty tuna.
The Action Never Lets Up in Nexon’s Evil Factory [Preview]
Evil Factory’s unique weapon mechanics, neat cast of characters and constant influx of new toys are what set this top-down action game apart.
10 Great Gifts For the Nintendo 3DS
This list is here to narrow it down to the best games for any 3DS gamer this holiday season.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition Review (PlayStation 4)
Turns out Skyrim is even more fun the second time around.
Hitman – Hokkaido Review (PlayStation 4)
As a finale to the first year of Hitman content, and as an episode of Hitman on its own, this episode is easily the strongest chapter yet.
Hitman – Colorado Review (PlayStation 4)
The challenge is well executed here, but the weakness in Hitman’s episodic structure starts to show with how out of place this chapter feels in context with the previous missions.
Destiny: Rise of Iron Review (PlayStation 4)
As the last full expansion for Destiny before Destiny 2, and a follow-up to The Taken King, Rise of Iron had big shoes to fill. It’s a shame then that it doesn’t.
NHL 17 Review (PlayStation 4)
NHL 17 is surprisingly easy to jump in and out of even in the mode dedicated full season and career modes. Its simple controls for beginners and unobtrusive tutorial system make it a very accessible game that still has a lot of depth.
Hitman – Bangkok Review (PlayStation 4)
Hitman does a great job of painting each target as a villain worthy of assassination. Even when the target is someone as unassuming as Jordan Cross, the lead singer of an indie band.
10 Creepiest Lovecraftian Monsters in Games
Most of the time, the very idea and implied existence is the most unsettling aspect of the eldritch creatures in these stories. These 10 blasphemous creatures embody H.P. Lovecraft’s cosmic horror better than any other.
Kirby: Planet Robobot Review (3DS)
Kirby: Planet Robobot was a blast from start to finish. The platforming, combat and level design are better than they’ve ever been in a Kirby game. The new Robobot Armor is fun to use, especially with all of the enemy abilities, though it does have some disappointing limitations. Coupled with the great use of the 3D environments on a 2D plane, Kirby: Planet Robobot has become my favorite Kirby game.