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  • 'Land's End' review: an influential VR experience for Samsung Gear VR
    'Land's End' review: an influential VR experience for Samsung Gear VR
    The entertainment industry is on the precipice of a paradigm shift as the dawn of the virtual reality era begins. Virtual reality isn’t a trend that will be forgotten after only a few short years of relevancy. I make that statement as an...
  • 'Ray Gigant' PS Vita impressions
    'Ray Gigant' PS Vita impressions
    Ray Gigant takes place on a post apocalyptic earth, devastated by gigantic monsters, Gigants, which showed up out of the blue. It’s divided into chapters following the exploits of three organizations out to stop them. The three main...
  • 'Alienation' PS4 impressions
    'Alienation' PS4 impressions
    Alienation takes place in a world where Earth has been taken over by aliens. When things are at their worst a new military organization, UNX, steps in as humanity’s last hope. Mission briefings and codec messages give context to shooting,...
  • 'Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse' PS4 impressions
    'Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse' PS4 impressions
    Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse originally launched on October 23, 2014 for the 3DS. This PS4 version is the last in a long line of ports. It’s virtually the same game so this writer’s 3DS review still holds true. That said, let...
  • 'KOI' impressions
    'KOI' impressions
    KOI is like a hybrid of Flower mixed with Journey. It stars a fish, stuck in a Koi pond that’s been infected. The goal is to revitalize the pond’s vegetation and wildlife before the curse was sprung. There’s text throw in now and...
  • Review: 'Star Fox Zero': A classic 'Star Fox' game for Nintendo Wii U
    Review: 'Star Fox Zero': A classic 'Star Fox' game for Nintendo Wii U
    When Star Fox released for the Super Nintendo in 1993, it demonstrated a revolutionary new technology that gave birth the dawn of the polygonal era of video games. Fast-forward to 1997 and Star Fox 64 followed in the steps of its predecessor, as...
  • Review: The Banner Saga 2
    Review: The Banner Saga 2 – Continue the tradition
    The Banner Saga 2 delivers not only beautiful, hand-drawn art and a compelling soundtrack, but also great gameplay, a solid narrative, and the feeling of true weight in responsibility of leading your nomadic tribe to safety. While it’s easy...
  • Top 10 worst perks in 'The Culling'
    Top 10 worst perks in 'The Culling'
    In a battle royale game such as "The Culling", not all skills will be created equally. Some will always outweigh others, especially when put in combination with others. And some may be completely useless no matter what kind of build a...
  • Fallout 4 Wasteland Workshop DLC
    Review: Fallout 4 Wasteland Workshop DLC - Movin on up
    Wasteland Workshop basically brings us some settlement additions and tweaks to tide us over until the Far Harbor story DLC hits in May. This, like the previously released Automatron, gives a drip feed of content, and although it does expand on the...
  • 'Stories: The Path of Destinies' PS4 impressions
    'Stories: The Path of Destinies' PS4 impressions
    Stories: The Path of Destinies takes place in a world filled with anthropomorphic animals where an evil emperor is trying to conquer the realm. Entrusted with a magical book, Reynardo sets off on a quest to save the kingdom. It’s a generic...
  • 'Stranger of Sword City' impressions
    'Stranger of Sword City' impressions
    Stranger of Sword City was originally released on June 5, 2014 for the Xbox 360 in Japan. It was first ported to the U.S. via the Xbox One on March 22, 2016. One month later it’s getting a PS Vita release as well on April 26. By and large...
  • Review: Adr1ft (PC) – Solitary Space
    Review: Adr1ft (PC) – Solitary Space
    Adr1ft is one of the most gorgeous and awe-inspiring games I’ve seen in a long while. The foreground of a space station in earth orbit that has sustained heavy damage with a backdrop of a beautiful globe that transitions from day to night...
  • Review: Dark Souls 3 (PC) - Beautiful, brutal, and exceptionally executed
    Review: Dark Souls 3 (PC) – Beautiful, brutal, and exceptionally executed
    Dark Souls 3 is a complete and focused experience that will convert the non-believers and confirm the longtime fans’ near zealotry. From boss battles that prove memorable and challenging, yet not overwhelming at the same time to the...
  • RBI Baseball 16 Review: Retro and Rad
    RBI Baseball 16 Review: Retro and Rad
    From the trademark score and sound effects to the simple and addictive gameplay, the RBI Baseball series was legendary on the Nintendo Entertainment System and even had some cool moments on the Super Nintendo and Genesis.After a few years on the...
  • Fallout 4 Automatron DLC
    Review: Fallout 4 Automatron DLC (Xbox One) – Rise of the Machines
    The first Fallout 4 DLC has finally arrived and with it expectations of varying degrees. Some expect the first DLC pack to set the tone for the entirety of the support calendar, others look at is a stop-gap until larger DLC releases. The first...
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