Link: I’m Kinglink and this week I feel like talking about some co-op games. Maybe it’s the perfect time to do a collab, but I’ll be honest, I’m not sure who to team up with.
Of course, the co-op games that I enjoy are couch co-op, something about both players being in the same room and the ability to talk strategy as you play makes me enjoy it so much more. So I guess I’m going to have to find someone in my house. Introducing my daughter Daylyn
Daylyn: Hello, so with 2020 happening a lot of stuff is changing, one major change for our family is that I have been playing more games to pass the time and relax.
I’m Kinglink and this week, we’re going to do a mission teardown of Red Dead Redemption 2.
I’m going to take a quick moment here. This video is going to be critical of Red Dead Redemption 2, however, I really am going to be specifically critical of pieces of Red Dead Redemption 2. I’ve spent maybe 80 hours in just single-player mode, and that’s a lot of time. In general, this game is fun at times, but … a masterpiece, it ain’t.
I’m Kinglink and today we’re going to talk about two titans of the rogue-lite genre. In one corner we have a game considered the best of all time, Dead Cells, which is an absolute powerhouse. But there’s a new contender in Hades, which has just left early access last month and is absolutely knocking it out of the park. So how does Dead Cells compare to Hades?
If you want to stop me and tell me how these two games can’t be compared for some reason, that’s the point. This isn’t supposed to be two very similar games but instead, it’s a chance to look at what makes each of these popular games different and perhaps figure out which is the best, or the one you should try next.
I’m Kinglink and this week… well, let’s do something different. Two weeks ago I broke down a single level of Titanfall 2. I enjoyed the process and I want to start to do more of that. So this week we’re talking about Disco Elysium.
The problem is this isn’t a level based game, it’s an RPG with rather strange and unique quests. There’s everything from a quest to get alcohol, sing karaoke, and find your badge, so obviously we can’t look at a level. But I don’t want to abandon the idea because Disco Elysium is really different, and I think the best way to look at it would be this style of dissection.
I’m Kinglink and today we’re going to talk about Titanfall 2.
I knew I wanted to talk about Titanfall 2 when I started to play the game. It’s a very tight and excellent experience. So to prepare I decided to grab footage for the game and started with a level called Effect and Cause. I chose it because I remembered it as a great level, but after replaying it for this video, I think this level is even better than that. This might be one of the best levels an FPS ever contained, and I think it shows why Titanfall 2 is worthy of a lot more praise.
I’m Kinglink and this week we’re talking about Her Story as well as some other FMV games including Late Shift, The Infectious Madness of Dr. Dekker, and Telling Lies.
Long time fans of the channel may realize I have a fondness for stories in video games and have enjoyed many visual novels, including Eliza, the first two Danganronpa, and more due to their stories. Yet I often feel that stories and narratives are poorly done in the video game industry, usually relying on how movies and books tell stories without considering the interactive nature of the medium.
I’m Kinglink and this week we are going to look at Death Stranding. This was originally on the PlayStation 4, it has come to the PC and it’s time to talk about it.
Though, I do have to leave a little disclaimer here. I worked at Sony for about 6 years on MLB the Show and left Sony about two years ago. I want to be upfront about this because you should know if there’s any potential bias, but I can say I don’t believe there is. This is just for you to best judge my opinions.
There was a little overlap when I reviewed games and was working at Sony, but I chose to review Steam games to avoid any potential bias, and sure enough Sony has now come to the PC.
Hello, I’m Kinglink and this week we’ll be doing a Site Review for Kongregate.
If you’re a fan of Kongregate, we’re going to reminisce about it, but if you’ve never heard of it, let me quickly explain the site.
Kongregate is a video game portal, at least that’s what it’s called but really it’s a site for hosting web games, much like youtube is a host for videos. Developers can upload their flash games and players can browse, play, and enjoy any game for the minor inconvenience of a few ads.
Hello, I’m Kinglink and today let’s do a design review on Ni No Kuni 2, which is one of the most impressive Japanese RPGs I’ve played in a very long time, possibly for the entirety of this console generation.
As always rather than just review the game we’re going to focus more on why Ni No Kuni 2 stands out and what it does that elevates it above other games in its genre. That genre is Japanese RPGs or JRPGs and they become kind of standard fare, they’ve been around since the 80s and most stick to the same tropes.
Hello, I’m Kinglink and today, I want to talk about Achievements. So I just did two videos on bigger concepts than just games, and sadly they may never be my top videos. I like putting out content I want to talk about. Today though, I’m going to put the game designer hat down for a bit and talk about something I care about passionately and why I do. It’s still a bit of a design review, but more focused on my personal experiences and opinions on achievement.
November 25th, 2005 was an important day especially in the world of gaming. On that day Xbox 360 was launched, and while many things are important about that one console, the one that I think mattered the most to me was this.