Horizon Zero Dawn Video Review

This game is an absolute masterpiece, and should be played by everyone. Anyone who enjoys Naughty Dog games like Uncharted or Last of Us should go out and immediately pick this game up. It’s heartbreaking story and imaginative setting will sit with you long after you pry the controller from your hands. The gameplay is fast, complex and accessible enough for anyone to pick up … Continue reading Horizon Zero Dawn Video Review

Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball Video Review

Disco Dodgeball is a game that anyone who enjoys first person shooters should honestly consider. Sadly, there’s not a huge fan base with this game, but the ones that are there are friendly and supportive, and there’s a nice catalogue of guides to help you learn the ropes. It’s non-stop frantic fun that gets more rewarding as you become a stronger droid, and nothing tops … Continue reading Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball Video Review

You’re a Monochrome Gangster Battling Colorful Monsters In ‘Timothy vs The Aliens’

As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster… In a game. Not in real life- that’d be just terrifying. But, if there were one thing that always came in a close second, it would be taking on an alien invasion. I know, I was a weird child. Well, I guess my dreams are finally coming true because a game … Continue reading You’re a Monochrome Gangster Battling Colorful Monsters In ‘Timothy vs The Aliens’

EVE: Valkyrie Receives New ‘Carrier Assault’ Update

Dogfighting in space is the coolest thing ever! Well, not when it’s being run by Michael Vick; I mean ships. Streaks of exhaust filling a small void, as cruisers fly between floating debris and laser bolts being shot at them. It usually comes down to one of the pilots getting the advantage, lining up their crosshairs, and waiting for the sweet sound of a lock-on. … Continue reading EVE: Valkyrie Receives New ‘Carrier Assault’ Update

I Want To Be Human Review

I’m not going to mince words- I did not enjoy my time with ‘I Want To Be Human.’ Outside of the game’s buggy and outdated gameplay, it lacks anything memorable or interesting enough to keep anyone’s attention for very long. Sure, it’s quirky- but it’s that kind of humor that’s weird for cringy sake. If you can get past the poor controls and frustrating level … Continue reading I Want To Be Human Review

Does Digital Homicide Have A Case Against Jim Sterling?

“[Digital Homicide] had a history of shady and dishonest behavior. I will not deny the pleasure I take in sticking it to them, but their name is mud for a reason, and people deserve to know who’s really selling them products.” – Jim Sterling on his ask.fm according to Plaintiff’s complaint. We are watching a legal case that might have deeper ramifications than anyone had … Continue reading Does Digital Homicide Have A Case Against Jim Sterling?

Tachyon Project Review

Tachyon Project is an interesting shooter that has a lot going for it.  Its time-based system offers a great benefit to the truly brave and agile, rewarding those who ride combos without getting scratched.  You’re also given a story about hacking to add some contextual weight to your actions, including some flavor text to go along with each mission.  While the art design and audio … Continue reading Tachyon Project Review

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Review

Black Ops III is another enjoyable entry in the franchise.  Multiplayer adds some new bells and whistles to keep it feeling new while maintaining it’s turbocharged gameplay that twitch shooters will continue obsessing over.  The addition of wall running and swimming adds enough spice to justify another purchase, and the Specialist class makes it feel like a whole new experience.  The story mode, however, is … Continue reading Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Review

Bedlam Review

The further I got in the game, the higher my frustrations got.  Bedlam fails to create the atmosphere of retro shooters or to even properly analyse 90’s FPSs.  The experience hides its own flaws behind the guise of being a caricature.  Nothing in this game feels modern, and the badly designed levels and gameplay would’ve been considered poor back in the days of Half-Life.  The … Continue reading Bedlam Review

Sublevel Zero Review

 There’s no reason you shouldn’t pick up this game if you’re a fan of rogue-like games or space shooters.  If you’re a connoisseur of both, you should stop reading and download this game.  It does everything right, offering a wide assortment of weapons and ships and an impressive variety of customization.  The story is engaging enough to remember, and data logs are there for those … Continue reading Sublevel Zero Review

Hatred Review

I fear my review won’t sway either side of the Hatred argument.  Opponents will ignore that its level of violence is tame compared to other mainstream games, and supporters will buy it regardless of how mediocre the gameplay really is.  There’s some impressive talent behind this new studio, and with some more polish and an engaging storyline, this game could’ve been something to please everyone. … Continue reading Hatred Review