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Sean Mesler

Demon’s Souls PS5 Review – What’s Old Is New Again Reviews 0

Reviews 0 FromSoftware has been around for over three decades, but if we’re being honest, they didn’t become the widely revered developer they are today until the last decade or so. And a large part of that is because of the original Demon’s Souls which was released exclusively for the PlayStation 3 in 2009. Even then, they […]

GI Joe: Operation Blackout Review – As Successful as a Cobra Plan Reviews 2

Reviews 2 I’m a lifelong G.I. Joe fan. Before even the cartoon that most people my age remember; I was a fan of the Larry Hama comic from Marvel. Unlike the cartoon, it was dark. Characters died. Parachutes didn’t miraculously appear after every plane explosion. No laser guns, and it was great. I collected the first few […]

MP1st Top 10 Games of the Generation News 0

News 0 With the release of both Xbox and PlayStation’s next gen consoles arriving this week it’s time for us to look back on the very best of the generation that was. This generation saw new franchises such as Titanfall, returning favorites such as Uncharted 4, and brand new classics such as Bloodborne. Related Reading: Best Multiplayer […]

Watch Dogs Legion Review: Half-Full Promises Reviews 0

Reviews 0 When I saw Watch Dogs Legion’s reveal at E3 2019, to say I was excited would be an understatement. The promise of being able to play as any NPC was so wild and new, that my mind raced with possibilities. Having now finished the campaign I can say that while you can technically play as […]

Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 + 2 Review: No Nostalgia Required Reviews 0

Reviews 0 I have a lot of fond memories playing the original Tony Hawk Pro Skater games on my PlayStation with friends. We would pass the controller around seeing who could get the best combo or high score. It was one of my favorite series all the way through Project 8 which was the last game in […]

Saints Row 3 Remastered Review – A Fresh Coat of Paint Reviews 0

Reviews 0 There are two kinds of people: those that prefer Saints Row 2 and those that prefer Saints Row The Third (also known as Saints Row 3). Let me get this out of the way in case you’re wondering. I am decidedly and emphatically in the former. That’s not to say that I didn’t enjoy Saints […]

Resident Evil 3 Remake Review: In the Shadow of a Giant Reviews 0

Reviews 0 As a fan of the Resident Evil franchise since essentially day one, Resident Evil 2 was always my favorite due to the unheard of (at the time) replay value. As such, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis felt like a step backwards with a far more linear campaign, eschewing the “Zapping System” from Resident Evil 2 which […]

Hunt: Showdown Review – Experience Necessary Reviews 0

Reviews 0 On paper, Crytek’s Hunt: Showdown should be right up my alley. A mix of PvE and PvP monster-hunting FPS with persistent leveling, gorgeous visuals and a robot series of upgrade paths. For this to work at its best it requires teamwork and communication. Unfortunately, the reality is hampered by whether or not you’re playing with […]

The Top 10 Games of 2019 News 2

News 2 While 2019 didn’t have any one or two games that seemed to loom large over the rest of the year’s releases like 2018 with God of War, Red Dead Redemption 2 and Spider-man, it did offer a lot of variety and gave us no real front runner leaving the field wide open for almost any […]

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Review – Force Echoes Reviews 3

Reviews 3 Video games are an iterative medium. Many developers take what was done before and put their own spin on it to make something new. In that regard, Respawn Entertainment has taken inspiration from Dark Souls (and coincidentally, Sekiro), “MetroidVanias” and the Uncharted series, and even a little Shadow of Mordor in the form of the […]

Death Stranding’s Online Functionality Is Both Brilliant and Helpful News 7

News 7 Alone, on a snow-covered mountain top, Sam trudges his way through a whiteout. With near-zero visibility and only the pulse of his Odradek scanner to briefly give him a glimpse of the terrain, being outside of the Chiral Network, Death Stranding’s version of the internet, getting to your destination can be harrowing. Once you reach […]

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order May Be EA’s Last Chance to Make Good on the Star Wars License News 0

News 0 (Note: the opinion posted on this article is solely of the author’s and doesn’t represent the point-of-view of MP1st in its entirety). November 15, 2019 is an important date for EA and their decade-long exclusivity for making Star Wars games, as that is the release date for Respawn Entertainment’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Not […]

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Review – Back With a Bang Reviews 1

Reviews 1 Call of Duty is back, baby. It’s no secret that creators of Call of Duty, Infinity Ward has seen better days this generation regarding their corner of the Call of the Duty franchise. Ghosts, while solid, wasn’t quite up to the standards set by Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Modern […]

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