Comradery and Teabagging in Rainbow Six Siege

Comradery and Teabagging in Rainbow Six Siege

I was not going to play Rainbow Six Siege. Reviews were above average, but I was turned off by the multiplayer-only, Counter-Strike style scenarios. Call of Duty and even Halo now have similar, high-lethality, objective-optional gamemodes like this, in the form of...
Member Review’d: Halo 5

Member Review’d: Halo 5

CR4SHED Staff Getting hungry Halo 5 is like a pizza, familiar but exciting. The people who cooked this pizza obviously know what they’re doing, and although most of it is delicious, some of the important parts are just empty carbs. The campaign is great. The...
The Maw of the Open-World Game

The Maw of the Open-World Game

If you look closely you can see boobs. Metal Gear Solid V   I have to get this off my chest – open-world games have been scaring me. Sandbox, open-ended, non-linear, call them what you like. This architectural style of game design has swept through the...
Metal Gear Online? No thank you.

Metal Gear Online? No thank you.

Baby Snake says “Meh” After enjoying the delightful (if not too long) single player portion of Metal Gear Solid V, I can’t help but feel underwhelmed by the Online addition. I don’t think Metal Gear needs a multiplayer component in the first...