Nicholas MacDonald

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Anima: Gate of Memories – Review

Great story telling, puzzles that make you think, solid platforming and strategic combat is just the tip of the iceberg for what comprises Anima: Gate of Memories. At its core it is a third person RPG, but there are so many more facets to the game that mesh together to create an enjoyable, rewarding experience.
Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade

Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade, alpha first impressions

First impressions are usually what will sell us on a game, so when it comes to early releases/alpha/betas you sometimes have to tough it out for a while to get to the good stuff but it can be worth playing through the lag and bugs and all sorts of issues that are there at the beginning. Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade had all of these issues; my first impressions were frustration and disappointment, which is not very good going into a new game. However I stuck with it.

Toy Soldiers: War Chest Review – Nostalgia In a Box

I remember playing with action figures. Hours of intense imaginary campaigns in which only one side could be victorious. Do kids still play with action figures? They must, otherwise they are missing out. Toy soldiers had me hooked with the trailer as He-Man and G.I. Joe made quick cameos. “I HAD THOSE TOYS!” at this moment the nostalgia factor went through the roof.
Nicholas MacDonald

Nicholas MacDonald


Nicholas MacDonald, gamer from birth, rumor has it he was born with a controller in hand and it has not left his hand since. Hailing from P.E.I, Canada he aspires to take up the cowl one day but until that day comes, he is an Architectural Technology graduate working in project management. He is a Simpsons fanatic, film buff and acolyte of magic (the gathering).