Ray Evangelista

How should I describe myself? Let's go with Christian Asian human from Earth and part-time samurai. I'm a lover of stories in all mediums, especially the interactive kind. I do most of my work on the PS4 and Nintendo Switch, but I'm also up for story-based Steam indies.

Recent articles

Sega Genesis: Console War Memoirs

While the current major players in the console industry have been consistent for the past several generations, this has not always been...

Unboxing: Monopoly Arcade: Pac-Man Edition

This unboxing video features the Lego Super Mario Starter Course, preorder bonus expansion set and character pack. This video also showcases all the other expansion and power up packs which will be unboxed in future videos.

Gemini Review

As a vaguely human-shaped figure, your job, your destiny, is to defend the diamond from the monsters that seek to harm it....

EA Play Joins the Xbox Game Pass in November

In early September, Microsoft announced the Xbox Games Pass will include EA’s subscription service, EA Play. Since then, Microsoft has announced another...

Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood In-Depth Analysis

Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood is essentially Assassin’s Creed 2.5, it was released in November 2010 and is a direct sequel to Assassin’s Creed...

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Zombies Official Reveal Details

Zombies has been a foundational game mode for Call of Duty games developed by Treyarch. From getting your first Ray Gun out...

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The Blur Between Reality and Virtual Reality

Is This Real Life? A while ago, I had the opportunity to try The Void's unique brand of hi-tech, hyper-immersive indoor virtual reality experiences. I felt astonished at how much their current...

Gotham Knights: First Impressions

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhVf_3TeTQE Since the definitive conclusion to the Arkham story at the end of Arkham Knight, it was hard to see where the Batman video game franchise could go from there....

Should Video Games Always Be ‘Fun’?

Video games were created to be enjoyable, but are they capable of being something more? Can they teach players meaningful ideas about suffering?

Player Connection in Death Stranding and Animal Crossing

On the surface, Nintendo’s beloved slice of life game, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and Hideo Kojima’s ambitious, dreamlike delivery simulator, Death Stranding, could not be more different.