A Way Out Review (Xbox One)

A Way Out is an interesting fusion of the narrative-driven, quick time event-heavy sort of gameplay that has seen its rise thanks to publishers/developers like Telltale Games shepherding these kinds of experiences into the mainstream gaming sphere, paired with the gritty crime and prison dramas that lit up the silver screen decades ago. Similar toContinue reading “A Way Out Review (Xbox One)”

Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom Review (PS4)

Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom is a beautiful JRPG from Level 5. Its combination of action combat, interesting world and kingdom building make it truly an amazing experience. Story From the very first scene, Ni No Kuni 2 surprises. Without going into details it’s not something you’d expect from fantasy RPG. You are Evan Pettiwhisker TildrumContinue reading “Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom Review (PS4)”

Sea of Thieves, is it Worth a Buy?

Sea of Thieves is the newest addition to Xbox One’s rather small library of exclusives. This sandbox pirate adventure shows potential of the once great Rare studio, but also highlights the biggest problems of the gaming industry. Simple and accessible, Sea of Thieves is a fun experience, but sadly it is much more wide thanContinue reading “Sea of Thieves, is it Worth a Buy?”

Lost Sphear Review (Switch)

The newest callback to many gamer’s favorite era of JRPG goodness, coming from Tokyo RPG Factory, is out after a relatively short wait. Lost Sphear aims to remind us of our sentimentality for these early classics, in much the same way that its predecessor, I am Setsuna, used Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy VI asContinue reading “Lost Sphear Review (Switch)”

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Review (Switch)

Definitely the largest role-playing game on the Switch as of yet, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is an ambitious game that puts the Switch to a unique test. The game is not designed to be played in short sittings so the console’s ability to switch between docked and handheld mode becomes an huge asset. I found myself switchingContinue reading “Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Review (Switch)”

Turtle Beach Recon Camo (Ear Force) Review

If you have begun the process of looking for a gaming headset, chances are you’ve stumbled across more than one Turtle Beach headset (for good reason). Turtle Beach makes a range of solid accessories that start in the budget realm and reach all the way up to some of the higher quality headsets. Owning andContinue reading “Turtle Beach Recon Camo (Ear Force) Review”

Assassin’s Creed Origins Review (Xbox One)

Recent years have not been kind the the Assassin’s Creed series. After the conclusion of Ezio Auditore’s story, the games have struggled to rekindle the fire that had fans so devoted to the franchise which has stretched across more than ten games. Assassin’s Creed Unity caused a particular headache for players when its release didn’tContinue reading “Assassin’s Creed Origins Review (Xbox One)”

Super Mario Odyssey Review (Switch)

Super Mario Odyssey is straight out of this world, literally. Mario adds another entry into his already extensive resume as a globetrotter in this latest iteration of the series. No longer confined to the Mushroom Kingdom, Mario takes to the skies in the hat-shaped Odyssey with a new partner in tow: Cappy, a ghost whoContinue reading “Super Mario Odyssey Review (Switch)”

Middle-earth: Shadow of War Review (Xbox One)

It is hard to begin a review for a game as massive in scale as Middle-earth: Shadow of War. Although I am easily several dozen hours into the game, I feel like I have so many uruks left to meet and tons of zany situations to be in. As a major fan of its predecessorContinue reading “Middle-earth: Shadow of War Review (Xbox One)”