Crowfall: Hype Machine or the Real Deal?

Like every MMO that has proceeded it, Crowfall is heralding itself as the next big thing. What truly sets it apart is its PvP-centric design, and departure from the theme-park cash grab we’ve all become used to. Based on this article from the Errant Penman,

The Ever-Evolving PAX

I generally like Vice, but this article is a little overly sensationalist, as if the lack of diversity is somehow PAX’s or the attendee’s fault and not just a symptom of American society’s problems. That being said, the article had one really potent quote below.

Destiny Impressions

Destiny released about three weeks ago and there have been quite a few mixed emotions. I’m going to start by saying that this is not considered a review of Bungie’s new game Destiny, as I’m not scoring it, but rather just a log of my

Are You Playing Destiny on Playstation 4?

Well then it’s about time you joined our Playstation clan, Late Nite Guardians. We know that “night” is spelled wrong, but another group of no-gooders stole the name out from under us. Thank you xXShifftyXx (@shiffty25) for creating the clan and getting a great group of

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Pick Me Up!

Every gaming event that I’ve attended has required me to take a bus. In fact I will choose to take a bus every time because it’s just a hell of a lot easier. The Late Night Gamer crew has done the “driving to events” thing in

Boston Festival of Indie Games Preview

The Boston Festival of Indie Games is occurring on September 13, 2014 and we’ll be there. There are over 50 digital indie games for us to preview, but below are a few games that we are excited for: Never Alone, Upper One Games