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Nathaniel Terencio

Nathaniel Terencio
Nathaniel hails from the San Francisco- Bay Area. He has a love of videography and video games and puts the two together to create content for your viewing pleasure. Other passions and hobbies include, DJing, watching anime, and Esports. Favorite Games: Super Smash Bros (ALL OF THEM) Fez, Legend Of Zelda Wind Waker, Animal Crossing, Harvest Moon, Super Mario 64, FF XIV

Life is Feudal: MMO Early Access Preview (PC)

Mud Farming Peasant Simulator: 900 A.D. Video games, in my opinion, are one of the best mediums to really put yourself in another’s shoes. Whether it be to role-play, fulfill a power fantasy or simply as a use of escapism, some of the best games ever made provide that…

The Raven Remastered Coming To PC and Consoles This March

The Raven Returns And is Looking Better Than Ever Developer KING Art has announced that an improved version of their classic adventure game is being released very soon. The remaster of The Raven – Legacy of a Mastered Thief, will be released on PC/MAC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One on…

Monster Hunter World Beta Preview: The Best-Looking Monster Hunter

A Monster of a World Monster Hunter is one of my absolute favorite franchises in gaming. It really fulfills the power fantasy that video games allow you to experience, but it does more than that. Monster Hunter is equal parts pre-planning and finesse, with success really being predicated by…

Battlerite Review (PC)

The Best MOBA Release In A Long Time The MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) genre is one of the largest and most successful trends in the past half-decade of gaming. Many companies have seen the massive interest in this genre, and want a piece of that MOBA pie –…

Gear.Club Unlimited Review (Switch)

The Switch’s First Great Racing Sim I’ll start right off the bat by saying that I do not know too much about cars. I’m neither an experienced driver nor a knowledgeable automobile aficionado, but despite that I found myself absolutely enthralled with Gear.Club Unlimited. This title shows what can…

Ayo: A Rain Tale Review (PC)

A Tale of My Frustration Ayo: A Rain Tale is a game whose setting is a largely unexplored and underrepresented one in video games. Africa, specifically the Sub-Saharan region of the continent, has the rich potential to tell stories that would otherwise be unfathomable to those more accustomed to…

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