Category Archives: Game Reviews

Top Video Game Releases December 2019

Halo Master Chief Collection + Halo Reach

The busiest time of the year in gaming has come and gone. November came and went with giving us great games like Pokémon Sword and Shield and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. While there are no other big AAA releases for 2019, there are some nice re-releases coming to new consoles and DLC add-ons. Here are the best video game releases for December 2019. Halo: Master Chief Collection + Halo: Reach Release Date: December 3rd Platforms: PC, Xbox One PC players will finally have access to the […]

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World of Warcraft Classic Review Part 3

World of Warcraft Classic

This will be my final written review covering World of Warcraft Classic. After 25 levels and about 20 hours of gameplay, I can say I was finally getting to a point where I was enjoying myself. If you have read either of my previous entries (part 1 and part 2) covering the game, I had quite a few complaints with the style of the game. Things were always moving too slow for my liking. I wanted this review to be for people who had not touched WoW […]

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Top Video Game Releases November 2019

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

November is always the most hectic month of the year for video games. All of the biggest third-party games always release around this time to be ready for when Black Friday hits. As is the case with every other November, 2019 has more than a few exciting video games releasing this month. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Release Date: November 5th Platform: Switch The Mario & Sonic series has become a staple release alongside the Olympics. This year, over 30 mini games including […]

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Review: FIFA 20 – Familiar with Some Fresh Ideas

FIFA 20

The latest installment to the FIFA series arrived on 27th September on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. FIFA 20 feels familiar to anyone who’s played the last few entries in the franchise, but there are a few welcoming new features to the game that make it seem a little less like a carbon copy. Like its predecessors, FIFA 20 is well-presented, fun, and a must-play for football fanatics. However, that’s not to say it’s perfect, as the game still feels underwhelming at times. Better […]

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World Of Warcraft Classic Review Pt. 2 (Level 10-18)

World Of Warcraft Classic Review (Part 1)

Before we begin, this is the second part of my review on World Of Warcraft Classic. If you would like to see my thoughts on the first ten levels of the game, be sure to check out part one of the World Of Warcraft Classic Review. As a reminder, before starting this review, I have never played any version of WoW, so this review is aimed at people who have never touched the game before but were wondering if it holds up to today’s standards. This section […]

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World Of Warcraft Classic Review (Part 1)

Graphics And Character Creation

When World Of Warcraft originally released in 2004, it quickly became a cultural phenomenon. As a kid that wholly enjoyed Warcraft III, I was excited for another game like that. Unfortunately, I did not realize that WoW was an entirely different game that required an internet connection and a subscription to play. I had asked for the game for Christmas, and when I popped it into my disc drive, I quickly saw the error of my ways. At the time, I had no internet, and even if […]

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Review: Super Mario Maker 2 – Exceptional Craftmanship

Super Mario Maker 2

Released worldwide for the Nintendo Switch on 28th June, Super Mario Maker 2 is a side-scrolling platformer that allows you to customize and create your own Mario levels. Its predecessor, Super Mario Maker, was released on the Wii-U and 3DS back in 2015, and there didn’t seem to be much room for improvement or a need for a second title. However, Super Mario Maker 2 builds upon and perfects what made the original game such a joy to play by bringing in even more customization, more assets […]

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Top Video Game Releases For September 2019

Coming off of the tail end of August, some big games have just been released. Control, Man of Medan, and Astral Chain have all been gaining popularity up until their release dates, but there are some big games coming in September that fans have been waiting a long time for. The following are the biggest releases of the next month. Final Fantasy VIII Remastered Release date: September 3rd Platforms- PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One After years of fans asking for it, Final Fantasy VIII is getting the […]

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Top Video Game Releases In August 2019

Madden NFL 20

July had some high-profile video game releases of Fire Emblem: Three Houses and Wolfenstein Youngblood. Following that month up, we have August releasing a everything from long standing favorite series to proven companies experimenting with new ideas. Here are the top five video game releases of the month. Madden NFL 20 Release date: August 2nd EA’s annual football franchise makes its latest annual release this month ahead of the NFL’s 2019-2020 season football season. The biggest selling point of the game compared to games in the past […]

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The History and FAQ’s of Minecraft

Minecraft

Minecraft is the popular sandbox game where the buildings and structures you can create are only limited by your imagination. It was created by Swedish developer Markus “Notch” Persson and his company Mojang. In September 2014, Mojang and Minecraft were acquired from Persson by Microsoft for US $2.5 billion. There are no real objectives to the game. Whatever tasks you lay out for yourself are your goals alone. Besides yourself, the world is populated by “mobs” which are the animals, monsters, and villagers of the game. It […]

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