About Sean O'Toole
Sean is a life-long gamer, getting his start on the SNES and Sega Genesis when he was five years old. Since then, he’s owned every major console over the years and has an impressive library of classic games. Recently, he made the leap to PC gaming and is enjoying all that Steam has to offer. Sean’s favorite genres are RPGs, FPSs, and Strategy Games. You can usually find him on Steam playing some multiplayer with his friends.
Written by Sean O'Toole
If you’ve made it through Act 10 and progressed to PoE’s endgame, then you’re probably already familiar with maps. Maps are consumable items that drop along with other loot and can be used on a mapping device to allow access to an instance. Each map belongs to a particular [...]
Our pop culture seems to revere bank robbers. Indeed, “Cops and Robbers” is one of the quintessential childhood diversions, heist movies are a Hollywood mainstay, and famous thieves like John Dillinger are celebrated as heroes. It comes as no surprise, then, that video games simulating the bank robber experience [...]
Path of Exile has always been a complex game with a lot of hard work and theory going into building the best possible characters. Over the years, successive patches full of buffs and nerfs have constantly disrupted the list of best builds and forced players to adapt their [...]
After years of wishing I could have a buddy by my side as I went spelunking in bandit-riddled caves or risked the booby-trapped Dwemer ruins, my wish has finally been granted. Bethesda Softworks and ZeniMax Studios have come together to bring us The Elder Scrolls Online (“ESO”), the first [...]
Revolutionizing the RPG Role Playing Games (“RPGs”) are one of the longest-running and most beloved of all video game genres. Tracing their lineage all the way back to the original, pre-video game era of tabletop RPGs like Dungeons and Dragons, these games have played a significant role in [...]