Chris Kellogg

Chris Kellogg

Raised on Nintendo, born to play PC, Chris Kellogg has been an avid gamer his entire life. After college he took freelance jobs working on political campaigns while moonlighting as a website designer. Today, Chris spends his days working for the man and his evenings fragging noobs on the best console of all time: the PC.

Like many Final Fantasy games, Type-O is long in explanation and drenched in overwrought backstory, but after clearing the first few hours, the game’s pulse starts to regulate, and a deep, action RPG is revealed. At $29.99 on Steam, its a steal, and anyone who is a fan of action RPGs, particularly jRPGs, will surely find a rewarding and fun game in Type-0.

After watching the Microsoft E3 press conference, I’m more impressed than I was last year. The new hardware is no surprise; indeed the arrival of the X-Box One S was a pleasant reminder of why I own an upgradeable gaming machine. What really piqued my interest is the amount of convergence in multiplayer between Windows and the Xbone. Forza Motorsport 6: Apex and Killer Instinct, both available for free from the Windows Store, feature online cross-play, and are great examples of how this can be done well. A new Gears of War title also promises some multiplatform multiplayer mayhem but I will be reserving judgment for after its release.