Posts From Joey Ferris

Shapes of Gray (Wii U review)

Shapes of Gray is a Wii U eShop game that struck me as interesting; it follows the tale of a bland and colorless blob as it fights other bland, colorless

3 must-have features for Nintendo’s NX

Back in March, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata announced a partnership with Mobile Developers DeNA (pronounced DNA) to produce mobile games using Nintendo’s IPs. Along with this reveal was another announcement

My hour with Wii U’s Splatoon

Nintendo held a Direct Presentation focusing on their upcoming game, Splatoon, a third-person shooter for the Wii U where squid-human hybrids called Inklings duke it out in 4 vs 4

Can video games be TOO cinematic?

Before we get into the topic of cinematic games, let’s talk about The Order: 1886 which was released as a PS4 exclusive in February, and let me tell you it

Broadening the horizons: The popularity of open world games

A new console generation means a time for innovation; a time for game developers to do what they couldn’t have done for the past 5-7 years with hardware now underpowered.

Rock Band 4 or Guitar Hero Live? A battle of the bands

It seems 2015 will be the year of the rhythm game genre’s revitalization. The games that were Guitar Hero and Rock Band began a revolution of families and friends gathering