Rory Fingers give Bethesda’s seminal classic, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, an educated and in-depth review.
Rory Fingers gets in the thick of the Battle Royale experience and lets us know what Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds is all about. He tries to, anyway… the poor sad git.
Looking at an art print, warning about Boglin stains, and trying out another electronic offering from Ideal.
Be silenced, you! As the first run of Commentocracy wraps up, Duke Amiel du H’ardcore provides a selection of arguments from True Hardcore Gamers around the Internet.
It’s time to get spooky… even if it is November. Let’s look at another Halloween Boglin, Bog O’ Bones!
Duke Amiel du H’ardcore today brings word from the incel community, who have decided that “femoids” and “normies” ruined their safe space.
Checking out Blue Kneep, the Bog o’ Bones and Blobkin Imps, and the all-new Imp Grumph. This is IMPORTANT!
Videogames are hard work, and if you don’t work hard to balance them alongside your wife, child, and job, you’ll never git gud. You’ll NEVER take up miniature gaming, either.
When a game is marketed to H’ardcore Gamers as difficult, it brings them smarming hotly out of the woodwork. Good Duke Amiel is here to share some wisdom from these smug philosophers.
Listen son, I’ve been gaming since the early 80s… Amiel du H’ardcore tackles Tekken and Street Fighter players who think juggling or throwing is acceptable.
Hardcore gamer Rory Fingers explains why Cupface is not the savior of videogame difficulty we’d hoped for. It’s a very serious critique of a very serious game that everybody must take very seriously.
Save states? In MY Fire Emblem? The Duke won’t be having any of that. Here’s something that was spread across multiple Miiverse posts, because it was important to say.