Category Archives: Game Reviews

Review: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice – Delightfully Devilish

Metal Sekiro Solid

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an action-adventure game developed by FromSoftware, the creators of Bloodborne and the Dark Souls series. Sekiro has some similarity with its predecessors but also brings new features to make a truly enchanting experience. Unlike Dark Souls and Bloodborne where you create your own character, Sekiro has a set path for you to follow. You play as a powerful Shinobi warrior who must slash, sneak, and grapple hook his way through ancient Japan to rescue a young Lord who was kidnapped by a […]

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Review: Far Cry: New Dawn – Fun but Flawed

Far Cry: New Dawn was released on 15th February for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows. The game is a spin-off entry to the Far Cry series but serves as a sequel to Far Cry 5. In New Dawn, you revisit Hope County with a new character to embark on a new journey. There are some features and additions, but New Dawn doesn’t majorly improve upon or bring anything new to the Far Cry series. It’s a fairly mediocre and generic game, but there are a few […]

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Top Video Game Releases of April 2019

World War Z

April is yet another exciting month for video games. March brought up early game of the year contenders like Devil May Cry 5 and Division 2. April might not have as big of releases as those, but still a lot of good stuff coming down the pipeline. Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition Release date: April 3rd Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One Gearbox finally announced Borderlands 3 during their cringey livestream at PAX East recently. We are not getting that game until September, but they also announced […]

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The Witness Review: A Flawed but Impressive Puzzle Game

The Witness

Released initially in 2016, The Witness was a very much anticipated game. The lead creator, Johnathan Blow was also behind Braid, the popular puzzle-platformer that was featured in the popular documentary, Indie Game: The Movie. Like Braid, The Witness is a puzzle game. However, that’s all there is to it. There’s no platforming, music, mechanics (other than walking and running), and there’s very little story. It doesn’t sound like a particularly thrilling game, but for what it is, The Witness is impressive and worth checking out. Puzzles, […]

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Trials Rising Review

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Trials Rising is the continuation of the popular motorbike platforming series that has become a staple of Ubisoft’s RedLynx studio. It’s always been an example of gameplay that is easy to pick up, but difficult to master. It’s a simple objective: take your rider throughout a track that will test your reflexes. Complete the track as fast as possible with as few as many faults as possible. Trials Rising is an example of a series moving forward with very bare innovations and for the most part, that […]

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Review: FIFA 19 – Same Old Games, Some New Tricks

New FIFA 19

Most people don’t bat an eyelid when a new FIFA game is released, as the franchise’s golden years are seemingly over. If you look at any list ranking the best FIFA games of all time, the majority will overlook anything released after FIFA 14. However, FIFA 19 looked promising. With new game modes, enhancements to existing ones, more polished gameplay, and a bigger campaign, FIFA 19 could have been the reboot the series needed. FIFA 19 is an improvement to more recent entries, but it still doesn’t […]

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Moonlighter

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 PC PS4 Xbox One Are you looking for another RPG with great graphics?  This old school RPG Moonlighter does all this and more. As the games player, a merchant, the purpose behind all your dungeon crawling basically still grab whatever loot you need whatever and you can carry so you can sell it in your shop. It’s up to you to set the prices in your shop as you are given no clue as to the items true value is. You gauge your customers moods and work […]

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Top Games Releasing in March 2019

Top Games Releasing in March 2019

By John Hansen March is another great month for video games. It is following a February where we saw much anticipated releases of Anthem, Jump Force, Metro Exodus, and more. The following are some of the biggest games releasing this month. Dead or Alive 6 Release date: March 1, 2019 Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One Our first entry is a game that has been active since 1996. Dead or Alive is a series that is probably known more for its sexualized characters over its fighting mechanics, but […]

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Crackdown 3 Review

Crackdown 3

John Hansen Originally announced during E3 2014, Crackdown 3 has been one of Microsoft’s biggest games with a troubled development. For a game series that has had decent success in the past (on the Xbox 360), you would hope that the long wait and the jump between console generations would mean a boost in enjoyability. Unfortunately, Crackdown 3 feels much like the original game that released in 2007 with barebones innovation and mindless gameplay. Story Crackdown 3’s story revolves around the agent you choose working to take […]

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Top 5 Video Games Releasing in February 2019

Trials Rising

We are just in the second month of 2019, and it is already shaping up to be something special. January brought us Resident Evil 2 and Kingdom Hearts III, two highly anticipated games that people have been waiting years for (and in the case of Kingdom Hearts over a decade). The following are the best games that you can expect to see this February.   Anthem Release Date: February 22 Bioware is making their presence known once again in the gaming industry with Anthem. Announced at E3 […]

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