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Avery Feyrer

Why the End of EA’s Exclusivity Deal for Star Wars Should Be Celebrated News 0

News 0 Earlier today, Lucasfilm Games announced that it’s partnering with Ubisoft to create an open-world Star Wars game. While the idea of an Ubisoft open-world Star Wars game is something to get your blood flowing, the major piece of news to take out of this announcement is the rapid approach to the end of EA’s exclusivity […]

Immortals Fenyx Rising Review – Saving Zeus and the Gods Reviews 0

Reviews 0 Depicting Greek Mythology in entertainment has forever been a staple in the genre. Whether it’s in movies or games, we’ve experienced countless adventures surrounding Zeus and the Olympian gods. Most recently, Ubisoft took a stab at the Greek setting in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Now, the French publisher has returned to the Greek landscape with Immortals […]

MP1st Most Anticipated Games of 2021 News 1

News 1 As we approach the end of 2020, it’s time to start game-planning for the future. Which games are we itching to boot up on our spanking new next-gen consoles? Similar to the staff voting with the Top 10 Games of the Generation, a few of us put our noggins together to construct this early list […]

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Review – Our Spider-Man Reviews 0

Reviews 0 In 2018, Insomniac Games struck gold when the developer created Marvel’s Spider-Man (read our review of it here). By now, everyone should know the gist behind the webhead: gets bitten by a spider, “great power comes great responsibility”, a wide range of villains, and of course, a slightly deranged journalist that tries to discredit him. […]

The Game Awards Eligibility Period Needs to Change News 0

News 0 Since its inauguration in 2014, The Game Awards has provided the gaming community the type of stage and spotlight typically only reserved for cinema and music. Whether you agree or not, gaming as a medium has (for the most part) felt liked it was looked down upon or judged. As if there were anything bad […]

Genshin Impact Review – Magically Breathtaking Reviews 3

Reviews 3 Let’s get the record straight: I’m not a huge fan of free-to-play (F2P) games. Not in the sense that I dislike playing them, but more on the fact that I can never find a gripping F2P game. Sure, we have Fall Guys, League of Legends, and quite possibly one of the best games of this […]

MP1st Lock-On Podcast Episode 5: Best Horror Game of All-Time News 0

News 0 The MP1st gang is back for a spooky episode of the Lock-On Podcast! In honor of Halloween, we discuss our favorite horror games of all-time and who are the best of the best in the villain category. The Cast: Kyle Hooper Sean Mesler Tim Lawrence You know the drill. If there’s anything you think we […]

MP1st Lock-On Podcast Episode 4: PS5 UI Reveal, Cold War Beta reactions, and More News 0

News 0 We’re back with another episode of the MP1st Lock-On Podcast! In this week’s episode, we analyze the hardware teardown and UI reveal of the PlayStation 5, give our reactions of the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War beta, and what exactly we’re playing right now. The Cast: Kyle Hooper Sean Mesler Tim Lawrence Avery […]

Microsoft’s Acquisition of Bethesda Opens Up Many Possibilities News 4

News 4 On the eve Xbox Series X/S preorders go live, Microsoft pulled off an absolute stunner. In a press release, Microsoft announced that it has acquired the entirety of Bethesda (its internal studios, IPs and more) for $7.5 billion. This is the type of power move Microsoft absolutely had to make to silence the unrelenting chatter […]

Sony Sets the Bar With PS5 Showcase News 6

News 6 Wow. Just…wow. After endless debates on whether or not Sony would bite the bullet regarding the price or suffer a repeat of 2006, we finally have our answer. The PlayStation 5 will release at a cool $499 and $399 for the Standard and Digital versions respectively. Honestly, that’s incredible. Once news started to leak that […]

NBA 2K21 Review – Personal Foul Reviews 1

Reviews 1 Even amidst a global pandemic, three constants remain in our society: death, taxes, and annualized sports games. Although 2K Games releases their basketball game yearly, 2K21 released with an interesting obstacle that it’s predecessors did not have to deal with. Recently, 2K Games was the first to announce their game will cost $69.99 on next-gen […]

Could the PS5 or Xbox Series X Actually Be Delayed? News 1

News 1 Alright, folks. We’re getting dangerously close to the price reveal and release date territory for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, but what if Sony or Microsoft decide to hold off? This entire year has been completely ass-backwards. Microsoft already pulled the plug on a Holiday 2020 release for Halo Infinite, while Arkane Studios […]

Confirmed AAA Holiday 2020 Games You Should Put on Your Radar News 12

News 12 We’ve officially crossed over into August, so that means we’re one month closer to the most wonderful time of the year. While most people can’t wait for cooler weather, I can’t wait for the onslaught of must-buy games. So, without further ado, here’s my top six most anticipated games for the holiday season. Note: we’ve […]

Is the Battle Royale Genre Over-Saturated With the Addition of Hyper Scape? News 2

News 2 Note: Opinions expressed here are solely of the author’s and does not represent the entirety of MP1st and its staff. Let’s set the scene: On a cold, rainy March day in 2018, Twitch streamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins dropped into Fortnite with a squad of music artist Drake, rapper Travis Scott, and Pittsburgh Steelers wide-receiver JuJu […]

Next-Gen Game Prices Possibly Rising: How It Might Affect You and the Industry News 6

News 6 On the cusp of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, there’s been endless debate on what’s most important with “next-gen.” Is it faster load times? Better graphics? The increase in overall raw technical power that can soon rival a PC? While all pretty good answers, 2K announcing that NBA 2K21 will cost $69.99 on next-gen systems […]

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