2019’s ‘RTTS’ is the best iteration of the mode yet, combining the gameplay that ‘MLB The Show’ is known for with strategic RPG elements make for an engaging, immersive experience that hasn’t been available in any baseball game thus far.
Mat Langford is a Toronto-based journalist, web/graphic designer and all-around geek. He managed the AMP Your Game National Gaming Tour in '08, has worked for both Playstation and Xbox, and is currently co-host of the Screaming Ego Podcast and The Recurring Bosscast at Splitkick.com.
A great finale to a great DLC arc – with an evening out of combat difficulty and appearances by nearly all of the main cast.
If you’re looking for a stocking stuffer for that hard to buy for gamer on your list, Mat Langford recommends FanFit gaming!
Stepping on to the floor of the Enthusiast Gaming Live Expo (EGLX) in Toronto, it was easy to see its allure. Now in its 3rd year, EGLX started out – as its website states – as a small get-together [that] has grown into Canada’s largest video game event.
Marvel’s Spider-Man DLC Turf Wars takes a dark turn for a series that is normally colourful and vibrant.
It seems like a lot of the draw to the PlayStation Classic will simply be the collectable nature of the console itself rather than its great list of games.
Mat Langford goes hands-on with Insomniac’s newest Spider-Man DLC, The Heist.
Battle Group 2 is fundamentally sound and fun at times, but it’s a short game with little replayability, making for a great bite-sized adventure better suited for those looking for a quick play with little long-term commitment.
Mat Langford has been going back and forth for a couple of days thinking about just how to summarize his initial experience with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
Moonlighter, developed by Digital Sun, is a charming game reminiscent of top-down dungeon-crawlers like The Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past and The Binding of Isaac.
For a game about riding a bike through France, Tour de France 2018 from Cyanide Studio is exactly what I was expecting: It’s strategic and kind of good looking but unfortunately, quite boring.
“A lot of walking in these games.” I said to Andy Burns, as we sat, taking in Sony’s 2018 Playstation E3 Experience at Scotiabank Theatre in Toronto, “but you know what there isn’t enough of?”
“Flutes.” He said, and we both chuckled.