Scott White
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Born and raised in the mitten state, Scott has been around video games for his entire life. A lover of most genres of video games (he is not one for the racing or sports games), he is especially fond of RPGs and Fighting games. Scott is far from a one-trick nerd though also having interests involving card games, such as Magic, board games, and Dungeons and Dragons. Outside of game related items, he finds giant robots (Gundam, Transformers, anything that combines into bigger robots) to be the shit , enjoys the occasional anime, and has a fondness for epic fantasy novels. The nerd is strong with this one.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Review

Combat is turn-based and takes place in an arena which you can spend a turn moving around. Take the Materia system from Final Fantasy VII, mix in the social dynamics and interaction from the later Persona titles, a cast of…

Void Bastards Review

Your reflexes and nerves will be put to test as you scavenge your way to freedom in Void Bastards. I went into Void Bastards expecting a fun pick-up-and-play, rogue-like title in space. What I found instead was a tense game…

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid Review

It has been 14 years since the last Power Rangers fighting game on consoles. Now in 2019, with the resurgence of the brand’s popularity, developer nWay has brought us Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid onto modern consoles and PC.…

Super Dragonball Heroes: World Mission Review

Released in Japanese back in November of 2010, Dragonball Heroes has become a rather popular series of card-based tiles in the arcades. Spawning numerous updates and a quasi-sequel title with Super Dragonball Heroes, it has always been a game I’ve…

Indie Highlights April 2019: Mechstermination Force, Forager, Katana Zero

Indie Highlights is a video series where we’ll highlight awesome Indie games we’re playing or you might have missed and are worth checking out These are our picks for April 2019! By: Scott White (@SolidSnake120 #IndieGames #IndieHighlights #gaming #indiegames Games…

Vesuvius Media – Creating an Accessible Board Game Saga

Prior to PAX, I had never heard of the small indie developer from Nova Scotia, Vesuvius Media. Now, after having had the chance to meet and speak with a couple of their game designers, they will be one I keep…

Talking Bots with Drew Nolosco, Brand Manager for Transformers TCG

While at PAX this year, I along with fellow editor, Alex O’Neill, had the pleasure of being able to sit down and talk big giant robots and card games with Drew Nolosco, brand manager at Wizards of the Coast for…

Cardpocalypse Preview

There’s something charming and endearing about looking at a zombie turtle called “Rigor Tortoise,” that has been made better by a child’s stickers that improve its stats, only to kill it moments later with your own “Rabbit Foot” card. The…

Borderlands 3 – The Pros, Cons, and Questions Left Unanswered

As a longtime fan of the Borderlands series, I was rather ecstatic when I found out that Gearbox would be doing a panel at PAX East this year. Waiting in line for what felt like days, I ascended the escalator…

Project Witchstone – The Game That Could Change the CRPG Genre As We Know It

One aspect that computer representations of tabletop RPGs (or CRPGS) have never been able to adopt from their tabletop variety cousins is the absolute freedom of choice that comes with playing that way. The ability for players to choose and…

Panzer Paladin Preview

The studio behind Mercenary Kings and Flinthook, Tribute Games, treated fans to at PAX their recently revealed latest title, the mech and demon action-platformer, Panzer Paladin. Adopting a similar gameplay style as a old school Mega Man or Castlevania, you…