ARMS Review: Punch Em’ Up Cowboy

Nintendo’s ARMS confused me initially on announcement. It looked weird and a downright copy of Splatoon design just with a different “gimmick” Surprisingly, the gimmick or whatever you want to call it works. It’s about people with long arms punching the living crapola out of others. The gameplay design really is simple with various modes. But the stars are the characters. E...[Read More]

Injustice 2 Review: Better Than The Last

Injustice 2 is so far turning out better than the last one. The story mode is like a movie, and the gameplay is better than ever – but have things really changed to make this one last unlike its predecessor? The story mode of the game is what really got me going personally. It was like watching a CGI movie, except a lot of the sequences were done in real time. The storyline is rather simple ...[Read More]

Prey Review: Horror Decently Done

Why Bethesda couldn’t pull this off with The Evil Within – I’ll never know. The scares here are very decent. But more importantly – the storyline is well thought out in Prey’s remake despite a linearity to it. It’s nothing like the older titles – and the reboot really has something interesting and unique going for it. It makes me happy to see a game done r...[Read More]

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Review: Same Ol’ Same Ol

Same old, same old. Mario Kart 8 is back just repackaged for Switch with a few newer characters and unlockables. I love Nintendo – and I love what they did putting Mario Kart 8 in the portable form factor that ultimately wipes away the Wii U version. But at the same time, $59.99 for a game where they barely did anything just doesn’t feel right to me. $39.99 seems like the sweet spot. N...[Read More]

Horizon: Zero Dawn Review – Magnificent For The Most Part

Horizon: Zero Dawn is the best thing to come out of Sony in a long time. It’s a harrowing journey about a Seeker named Aloy across treacherous lands to discover the truth about herself, her origins, and the world that once was. It’s a captivating tale with a lot of strength, and some really amazing sequences that I fell in love with. Replayability may lack heavily once the storyline is...[Read More]

The Last Guardian Review: Time To Say Goodbye

Director Fumito Ueda successor to Shadow of the Colossus and Ico is one imbued in friendship, bond, and love. It throws you into a world of its own with its own problems, and one where symbolism is at an all time peak. Trico is what makes this game worth playing, and is the most in-depth A.I. partner one could ever ask for. The Last Guardian has deep puzzles, but moreover it has the spirit of some...[Read More]

Final Fantasy XV Review: A Bit Good A Bit So-So

Final Fantasy XV has taken a decade to get here (seriously). It took forever. So was the wait worth it? Eh, not entirely. The graphics are easily some of the best we have ever seen so far. What I absolutely hate is the combat. The vistas and boss battles are larger than life – but the rest falls short. Combat has become real time, which I don’t mind at all unlike a lot of die-hard fans...[Read More]

Dark Souls III Review: The First Great Dark Souls Game

OK so it won’t come as much as price to people that I am not a fan of the first Dark Souls video game. I critiqued the game for having a flawed design which sold you and relied on one thing: difficulty.  Dark Souls tried to create a game which profited in on difficulty in an inept way as creating something that was lackluster and not cohesive enough to be considered a game in its own merit. ...[Read More]

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Review: Farewell, Take Care Snake

Hideo Kojima said it best when he spoke to me and told me one thing when I asked him what he will remember the most about the Metal Gear series: emotion. “I want people to feel something from the game’s numerous characters. I don’t want to see them feel sorry for the characters, but feel the depravity of the situation they are exposed to.” That is exactly what I felt playing Metal Gear Solid V: Th...[Read More]

Disneyland Theme Park – California – Christmas Month 2015 Review

Disneyland never really stops instilling magic every day. Christmas time is no different. The park gets redecorated with snowflake wonders, the music that plays is more festive, and the weather in California is at an all-time beautiful cast. A beautiful tree is front and center as you walk into the main park – and this is something all families will love to see. Currently, they are celebrati...[Read More]

Yoshi’s Woolly World Review: The Yarn Starts To Unravel

Yoshi’s Woolly World brings the cute of Yoshi onto the Nintendo Wii U for the first time and combines the cuteness with cooperative gameplay that is fun but rather childlike and simple. Is this the game you want to get your kids or even yourself? We take a look as we hop through 48 levels in Yoshi’s Woolly World. As a Nintendo platformer, Yoshi’s Woolly World definitely comes out on top in terms o...[Read More]

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Review: Not A French Revolution, But A Great Start

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is Ubisoft’s latest title in the Assassin’s Creed franchise. They swoop from above and deliver a swift blow to former complaints of low framerate, and general unplayability regarding the company’s previous old-France title: Assassin’s Creed Unity. With Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, Ubisoft Quebec creates a title focused solely on single-player and one which most importantl...[Read More]

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