Joshua Garibay
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Joshua has been embedded in the gaming industry since 2009, and gaming since the days of the Sega Genesis. His occupational focus in environmental health and safety may not cross over much with his beloved hobby, but he has always found time to play the latest releases, AAA and indie alike, as well as continue writing about the industry that has brought him countless years of joy.

The Ascent – 6 Tips Before Getting Started

The Ascent is an outstanding cyberpunk game, which you would know if you read our review. The arcology housed on the planet Veles is as eye-catching as it is unforgiving. The inhabitants enslaved by the megacorporation The Ascent Group have…

The Ascent – How to Apply Weapon Skins

The Ascent is brimming with loot, as you would expect from an RPG. The indentured servant to which the player is bound will wield a wide array of weapons over the course of the game. The destructive weaponry on offer…

The Ascent – How to Fast Travel

The Ascent revolves around an arcology on Veles, dripping in the bright, vivid lighting synonymous with cyberpunk settings. The multi-tiered structure is home to countless galactic residents spanning several zones of varied social status. Over time, these zones will be…

The Ascent Review

The Ascent presents a grimy, neon-drenched arcology housed on the planet Veles. All life in this multi-tiered structure is overseen by a megacorporation, The Ascent Group. But the lives of its contractually-bound citizens plummet into chaos when the all-encompassing entity…

Death’s Door Review

I’m going to avoid wasting your time by coming out and saying it bluntly: Death’s Door is an instant classic and an absolute must-play dungeon crawler. Acid Nerve‘s indie hit stars a lovable crow whose job is to collect souls…

Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance Review

In 2001, Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance hit the scene, providing hack-and-slash entertainment to the sixth generation of gaming consoles. Then, we received Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance II in 2004, offering up an even more refined take on the budding series.…

Valve Announces Steam Deck, the Future of Portable PC Gaming

The future of mainstream PC gaming on-the-go is closer than ever, thanks to the newly announced Steam Deck by Valve. The portable PC is immediately reminiscent of the highly successful Nintendo Switch (especially if you use it to play Monster…

Bloodline Remedies Watch Dogs: Legion’s Biggest Issue

Watch Dogs: Legion caught the eyes of press and players alike when it first revealed its ambitious systems allowing the recruitment and subsequent controlling of virtually every NPC in futuristic London. Being able to play as anyone strolling down the…