Talisman: Digital Edition Review

Based off the board game, Talisman: Digital Edition tries to bring the fun from the tabletop to consoles and PCs. While I can’t comment on how entertaining the actual board game is, it seems likely that something was lost along the way during the transition to video game. Talisman is a turn based game that…

Marvel Entertainment Announces Game Partnership with Square Enix

Marvel Entertainment and SQUARE ENIX have announced a new multi-year, multi-game licensing agreement to develop and publish original games based on beloved Marvel Super Heroes, beginning with The Avengers. This newly established partnership pairs the creative minds at Marvel and Square Enix for one of the most powerful alliances in interactive entertainment. The first blockbuster…

Skyrim and Nintendo Switch?

As we all probably have see by now, Skyrim was one of the games featured in Nintendo Switch’s premiere video. While Bethesda has said that they were excited to partner with Nintendo and support the Switch, they said that Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is not confirmed to be available on the Switch. Whether this decision…

Days Gone Announcement

Days Gone is an open world post-apocalyptic game for PS4. In this game, something killed people in cities or somehow forced them to live in the wilderness to survive. the main character, Deacon St. John, is a biker who survived the event that happened two years ago. He is now a bounty hunter who cruises…

Detroit: Become Human Announcement

Sony has announced Detroit: Become Human, a game where you play different androids living among humans. Your choices affect the outcome of the story, leaving a huge amount of possible endings. The trailer shows the character Connor, a police android who tries to negotiate with an android gone bad. I definitely think this game could…

Star Fox Zero Review

Star Fox 64 was one of the first games that I can clearly remember playing. While the story may seem silly now, but back then, it was one of the few story-driven games that I deeply enjoyed. Having different paths and different ways to kill bosses was awesome and pretty unique for that kind of…

NYCC 2015: LEGO Marvel’s Avengers Panel

The LEGO video games are always fun to play and LEGO Marvel’s Avengers is something that I have been looking forward to. There is always a sense of fun and lightheartedness in LEGO videogames while also telling a complete and fulfilling story. They really raised the bar with LEGO Marvel’s Superheroes, and it was promised…

MMOs Are For Children

I have played my fair share of MMOs. Whether it was a dabble in Age of Wushu, the moderate amount of time I played the Old Republic and Lord of the Rings Online, or the years I spent on World of Warcraft. While I don’t regret any of the copious amount of time I spent…

Zenzizenzic Review

Zenzizenzic is definitely a game that is as hard to play as it is to say. I’m not the biggest fan of shooters and less so for shoot ‘em ups, so I didn’t know what to think going into it. I was pleasantly surprised. There isn’t any kind of background story to say why the…

Lego Dimensions E3 Preview

The Lego series is both a physical toy and a very unique videogame franchise. Both do very well, respectively, and I would say they share the same fan base. Lego Dimensions is their attempt at bringing the physical Lego toys and Lego videogame franchise together. Certain characters and vehicles can be placed on a special…

Star Fox Zero E3 Preview

During E3 I got the chance to play the demo of Star Fox Zero, and it did not disappoint. The demo was the first level of the game apparently in its entirety. You start off on the familiar setting of Corneria and the first phase of the mission is almost completely the same as Star…

Star Wars Battlefront E3 Preview

I will admit that Battlefront was not something that I was particularly looking forward to. I am not overly fond of shooters, but I do love Star Wars so I gave it a try. I was able to try out a co-op wave mission. There were 6 waves and they consisted of kill off the…

Views on VR Gaming

Before attending E3, I had very negative views on Virtual Reality gaming. The concept is appealing, sure, but it seemed impractical and almost silly with the technology I had seen. Headsets were clunky and embarrassing, quality was abysmal, games that played on it were boring and sloppy, and a plethora of other problems. E3 has…

Duck Game Review

There have been many games that can accurately call themselves “Duck Shooters”. The Duck Game puts a twist on this as you are a duck who shoots other ducks. This platform/shooter is definitely not an everyday kind of game. Normally I would try to summarize the story of a game I am reviewing, but to…

Bethesda First E3 Press Conference

Bethesda has announced that they will have their first ever E3 press conference. With E3 being the biggest stage for video game news, it is a very safe bet to assume that Bethesda has something pretty huge that they want to reveal. We can only speculate on what this announcement may be, but there are…

Avernum 2 Crystal Souls Review

Having not played the predecessor of Avernum 2 Crystal Souls, I went into this game without any real expectations. It is a TBS, RPG indie game. Initially I had thought that it would be similar to a watered down version of Final Fantasy, but that was not the case. Avernum 2 Crystal Souls takes place…

Surgeon Simulator Review

This is a game that starts with complete frustration and eventually turns into useless skills that you will never use anywhere else. I started playing this game because I saw it as a challenge, but I can’t really say whether or not I succeeded in that challenge or whether it was worth it or not.…

The Fall of First Person Shooters

I remember falling in love with First Person Shooters as a kid.  Goldeneye and Perfect Dark will always be considered some of the great games to me.  The first couple of Halos were also amazing to me from start to finish. That being said, I cannot bring myself to play modern FPS’s. FPS’s used to…

Dragon Age Inquisition Review

The Dragon Age series is one that has a lot of mixed reviews from many of the people that have played them. Some state that the gameplay from the two previous games differ greatly and I, personally, much prefer Dragon Age: Origins to Dragon Age II. Much like how one of the previous two, cannot…

Blizzard Scraps Titan

Blizzard Entertainment, the famed creators of World of Warcraft and the Diablo series, have discarded their recent project code named “Titan”. Titan was to be a new MMO, but not many details were known about it nor was it ever officially announced. It is known that Blizzard had been working on this game for around…

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