Posts From Joey Ferris

Joey Ferris
Joey Ferris 253 posts

l love to play games and write stuff about them. I can't play something and not tell anyone how I feel about it. Call it a sickness, because it is.

Corrin and Bayonetta come to Smash Bros. on February 3

Last month, the final Smash Bros. Direct was held revealing the final DLC characters for the game: Corrin from Fire Emblem Fates and the Umbra Witch herself, Bayonetta. Today, the NicoNico

Danny DeVito to voice Detective Pikachu petition gets over 20,000 signatures

A new Pokemon game was announced for the Nintendo 3DS this week, but not one that you would expect. Great Detective Pikachu stars a bossy, talking Pikachu as he works with his

Insomniac Games announces Song of the Deep; being published by GameStop

You may know Insomniac Games for their big hits such as Ratchet and Clank and even Spyro the Dragon, but their next Spring title, Song of the Deep, has been described as none other than

Far Cry Primal interview: Unleashing the beast (video)

Last week, Ubisoft invited us to its offices in San Francisco to play the first three hours of its upcoming game, Far Cry Primal , set to come out on February 23rd

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen PC review

Long ago in the year of 2012, Capcom came out with Dragon’s Dogma, a medieval action-RPG exclusively for Xbox 360 and PS3. Now, almost four years later, PC gamers are able

Top 10 most anticipated video games of 2016

Last year was a great one for gaming and it looks like 2016 is going to be no different. While our Top 10 Video Games of 2015 list was a

PSX 2015: YIIK is the postmodern RPG we’ve been waiting for

I’ve been legitimately concerned these past few years about the lack of hipsters in modern RPGs, but not nearly as much as Ackk Studios who’ve decided to take it upon

Top 5 Wii U Exclusive Video Games of 2015

Nintendo is in a really weird spot right now. Their next console codenamed NX is on the horizon and it’s clear that their focus on Wii U is diminishing. While

Bayonetta and Corrin join Smash Bros Wii U and 3DS; Cloud available today

Series creator Masahiro Sakurai held the final Smash Direct Presentation today to reveal the remaining DLC characters for Super Smash Bros. on Wii U and 3DS. Fire Emblem: Fates star Corrin will

PSX 2015: Severed will make you squirm

You may know Drinkbox Studios for their hit indie game, Guacamelee!, which featured a spunky art-style complete with comedic dialogue and zany characters. Their next title, Severed, takes a slight turn from that, and by

PSX 2015 – Stories: The Path of Destinies is an action-RPG with storybook charm

Being a huge fan of Zelda and Metroid, I absolutely adored what I played of Stories: The Path of Destinies by Spearhead Games. This game is a top-down action-RPG combining elements of

PSX 2015: Dying Light lead designer Maciej Binkowski on upcoming expansion, ‘The Following’

This year’s hottest zombie game, Dying Light, was released in January, but the developers at Techland haven’t stopped supporting it since. Thanks to its strong community and great critical response (read our

Iron Fish hands-on preview – 20,000 nightmares under the sea

The ocean is a fascinating place. Not just because it is full of the earth’s most interesting wildlife, but because 95% of it remains unexplored. Who can imagine what is below

Runbow review – Crazy 9-player fun!

Alright Wii U owners, I know your pain. We were all hoping this Fall and Winter season would be full of great Nintendo goodness like last year, but that’s just

Three Fourths Home: Extended Edition review – Black, white, and read all over

Two questions crossed my mind before playing Three Fourths Home: 1. What does that title mean? 2. What kind of game is it? Upon booting it up, one of my two

Xenoblade Chronicles X’s open world is bigger than Skyrim, Fallout 4, and Witcher 3 combined

As if I wasn’t already hyped enough for Xenoblade Chronicles X, Nintendo World Report put together a little video demonstrating how this game is going to be the Wii U’s biggest (literally)

Fallout 4 PC Review (Video)

Hype. Hype never changes. 7 years since Fallout 3, 5 since Fallout: New Vegas and now Fallout 4 is less than a day upon us. Cory Vincent and I are here with a video review of

Slender: The Arrival Wii U review

Slender Man has gained quite the popularity these past few years. First he was a meme, then a hit web-game, and now a bigger released game on PC and consoles

Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water review – How U will be spooked

The most I’ve heard about Fatal Frame (Zero in Japan; Project Zero in Europe) was that it’s a universally appreciated Japanese horror game series that involves using a camera to fight ghosts. How awesome is that? The