Joey Davidson

Joey Davidson leads the gaming department here on TechnoBuffalo. He's been covering games online for more than 10 years, and he's a lover of all genres. Except horror games. He can't handle horror games. Because he's a child.

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Overwatch: Lúcio changed dramatically in latest PTR patch, some say he's broken

Overwatch: Lúcio changed dramatically in latest PTR patch, some say he's broken

Joey Davidson

Alright, fellow Lúcio mains, we might need to change the way we play if the changes on the PTR (Public Test Realm) make their way to the main version of the game. Lúcio has changed dramatically. His boost heals more and makes Amp It Up faster, but the radius of all of his area-of-effect skills is smaller. A lot smaller. The really crazy bit? Lúcio is even faster than before on walls...

Mass Effect: Andromeda's ridiculous animations won't be patched on day-one

Mass Effect: Andromeda's ridiculous animations won't be patched on day-one

Joey Davidson

If you’re like me, you’ve been watching all of the coverage surrounding Mass Effect: Andromeda‘s character animations with cautious optimism. “What if,” you may have considered, “BioWare sees this crap and patches it out ahead of release?” I don’t think that’s an illogical thought process. They’ve been done with game development for a while now, and there’s no way they didn’t catch...

Horizon: Zero Dawn sells more than 2.6m, sets record for PlayStation, story DLC incoming

Horizon: Zero Dawn sells more than 2.6m, sets record for PlayStation, story DLC incoming

Joey Davidson

Between downloads and retail, Horizon: Zero Dawn has officially sold more than 2.6 million copies globally. The word comes from a press release from PlayStation. It released on February 28, 2017, and it’s become the fastest-selling new IP launch on the PlayStation 4. The release included some boilerplate quotes from execs, but Guerrilla Managing Director Hermen Hulst tosses in...

Typeshift is a beautiful mobile word game from Zach Gage, who loves old newspaper games

Typeshift is a beautiful mobile word game from Zach Gage, who loves old newspaper games

Joey Davidson

Typeshift is bound for the iOS platform on March 18. We received a note about the game from developer Zach Gage, who’s previously worked on the likes of SpellTower, Really Bad Chess, Sage Solitaire and Ridiculous Fishing. Gage partnered with Merriam-Webster to develop Typeshift, a title that “re-examines anagrams and crosswords.” Players use letter tiles to create words by swiping up...