Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4) Review

Horizon Zero Dawn is probably the most awe-inspiring game I've played in a long time. Maybe ever. I was fully expecting the initial impact...

Blast from the Past: Pokémon Yellow (Game Boy Color)

Once upon a time, fans of the Pokémon franchise were given the luxurious gift of venturing through a world of cute little critters on...

Poochy and Yoshi’s Woolly World (3DS) Review

Poochy and Yoshi are back in a craft-inspired pastel adventure! Kamek is up to no good once again, turning all of the yarn Yoshi...

For Honor Review (Xbox One)

Do not let the hulking warriors on the cover of this game fool you. For Honor does not fit into the style of PvP...

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – A Criminal Past Review (Xbox One)

A Criminal Past is the second story-driven piece of DLC for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. This is probably the last piece of content we'll see...

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (PS4) Review

Released on January 24th, Resident Evil 7 offers a unique blend of both the old and new. While the setting returns to the house...

Shift Happens Review (Xbox One)

I grew up playing couch co-op games. I remember the frustrated screams and cries of victory as three friends and I engaged in a...

Kingston HyperX Alloy FPS Mechanical Keyboard Review

This year's CES 2017 brought many new computer hardware peripherals to the forefront of the custom PC building community. Kingston's gaming division, HyperX, made...

All The Delicate Duplicates (PC) Review

From the outset, All The Delicate Duplicates sounds like just my type of game: weird, atmospheric, and narrative-heavy. John Sykes, a single father and...

Blast from the Past: Crash Bandicoot (PlayStation)

In 1996, the amusing and lovable Crash Bandicoot was the star player on everyone’s PlayStation. It wasn’t rocket science – he simply occupied a space in...

Tales of Berseria Review (PlayStation 4)

The Tales series has been around since the infancy of the JRPG genre. These games defined many standards in the JRPG tier and broke...

Digimon World: Next Order Review (PS4)

Digimon was a childhood fixture for many kids growing up in the nineties. Bandai had been producing virtual pets since 1996 in the form of...