Although my time has been limited the last couple weeks, I’ve had the chance to dive into the new Fire Emblem: Three houses recently, and I’m really enjoying some of the systems that the latest offering has put into place. … Continue reading Fire Emblem: Three Houses: Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child
It’s been a while since we checked in with Playstation’s flagship baseball franchise, MLB The Show. The last time we wrote a review here was 2014, and with sports games being saddled with annual releases, that’s essentially forever ago. I’ve … Continue reading MLB The Show 19: Mini-Review
A holiday tradition around these parts is to take a week off for Christmas. This year is no exception — we’re off this week, which means when videos and podcast episodes and posts resume, it’ll be 2019. Okay, technically Monday … Continue reading Merry Christmas from Objection Network!
I’ve seen a ton of media outlets making puns about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate being a smashing success. We’re better than that, journalists. You don’t have to take the lowest-hanging fruit every time. Still, there’s no denying that SSBU has … Continue reading First Impressions: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Switch)
After I got my promotion a few months ago, I decided to splurge and pick up a Nintendo Switch. I had very little experience with the console; other than using Shaun’s to play through all of Super Mario Odyssey, I’d … Continue reading Nintendo Switch, and the Appeal of Gaming on the Go
I started playing Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE a couple years ago and found it to be charming and fun overall. The Wii U was in dire need of RPGs (or quality games in general), and even though the second-screen utilization … Continue reading Idol, Never Idle: Getting Back to Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE
A night after a phenomenal NXT Takeover (seriously, go watch Gargano/Ciampa and the six-man ladder match if you haven’t already), Wrestlemania 34 was faced with its usual task of trying to provide something for everyone. That’s a tough sell, especially … Continue reading Wrestlemania 34 Review: Blood, Sweat and Tears — and More Blood