Imitanis has played a second game on his Switch this year. It probably wasn’t worth buying him buying a Switch for two games, but was it worth buying Super Smash Bros. Ultimate? Read on to find out!
Imitanis loves his PlayStation Vita, but Sony chose to stop supporting the system far too early. Join him as he reminisces about the life, and death, of the the greatest portable system to date.
Were an alchemist to miix Disgaea mechanics with a dungeon crawler, he would find himself staring at Labyrinth of Refrain. Imitanis dared to enter the labyrinth, but did he come back with a decent experience? Read on to find out!
Imitanis has played every Fallout game released so far, which puts him in a excellent position to give his opinion on the latest game. Is this worth exploring, or should it be locked up in a vault? Read on to find out!
Imitanis loves playing card games. He loves abusing the Steam market place even more. Will Artifact give him the power to generate infinite money like he predicted it would? Read on to find out!
Blizzcon is the yearly convention held by Blizzard entertainment in California in which they celebrate all things Blizzard. Imitanis did not attend it, nor did he watch it live, but he watched the streams to bring all the Blizzard news to The Day Tonight!
Stellaris is getting a new expansion. In this editorial Imitanis explains who makes Stellaris, what else they develop, and what is coming in the new update. Is it enough for him to open his virtual wallet? Read on to find out!
Can one earn games on Steam without paying a penny? Imitanis investigates a service offering just that. Is it a rosy garden of games waiting to be plucked, or a hellish wasteland where the thirsty wait an eternity for a sip from the fountain of gaming?
Imitanis gave Warframe a shot because his son liked it and Durga recommended it. Sadly, it was not to his liking and he could not stick with it. Why? Read on to find out!
Dragon Quest is a series that has spanned more than thirty years, and this is the first to be released on a home console in the West in over twelve. Has Square Enix modernised the series, or is it the same game as thirty years ago? Read on to find out!