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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Review

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Review

Call of Duty has been a series that a lot of younger gamers have known all of their life. Hell, I still remember playing the first one back in college on the PC. At the time, I would have never known just how big the series would become, but here we are today, many games later with the latest in the series, Black Ops 4. With Black Ops 4, Treyarch decided to take a different approach to their relea...[Read More]

Destiny 2: Forsaken Review

Destiny 2: Forsaken Review

Destiny 2 has been a weird rollercoaster of a ride for me. I played a good amount of Destiny 1 and enjoyed my time with it, but I was never super hardcore into it like others were. I would come for the story (which I really enjoyed, even if most of it was found online via grimoire cards) and the general aesthetic of being a kick-ass space zombie. When Destiny 2 was released, I was obsessed. I play...[Read More]

Vampyr Review

Vampyr Review

Vampire games have had a pretty good run in the video game industry. Castlevania games wowed us on the original NES and continued to do so over the next couple decades. Vampire The Masquerade has an almost cult like following and Legacy of Kain is just dying for a good reboot. It’s into this echelon of video game history that Dontnod Entertainment, the studio behind the successful Life is Strange,...[Read More]

FarCry 5 Review

FarCry 5 Review

    The Far Cry series has really come a long way since the first game was released 14 years ago. What was once a pretty standard shooter has morphed into one of the best AAA open world games on the market. Sayings like “Do you know what the definition of insanity is?”, M.I.A’s Paper Planes, and the classic villains of Far Cry 3 and 4 have carved themselves into the ann...[Read More]

Divinity: Original Sin 2 First Impressions

Divinity: Original Sin 2 First Impressions

Every now and then a game comes out that is so engrossing and all encompassing that other games take a backseat to allow you to become fully enjoy the game. While not playing it, you may think about it when out running errands or talk nonstop about it with friends and coworkers. Divinity: Original Sin 2 was this game for me. We were sent code to review it, like we get for numerous games, and I ins...[Read More]

Saying Goodbye to the Xbox One

Saying Goodbye to the Xbox One

The Xbox and I go way back. Back when I still lived at home with my parents, my brother and I shared consoles. More often than not, the original Xbox was in my room because I had an obsession with Return to Castle Wolfenstein and it’s multiplayer. When I got my first full time job after college, the Xbox 360 was the first big purchase I made and most of my gaming took place on that console e...[Read More]

Disgaea 5 Complete Review – Nintendo Switch

Disgaea 5 Complete Review – Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch has been a little starved for content since it was released a couple months ago. Zelda was a blast, but by this time most people have sunk plenty of hours into the game and are looking for something else to take up their time. There are other games on the console that may provide a neat little diversion, but none compare to the staggering amount of content available in NIS̵...[Read More]

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands Review

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands Review

Tom Clancy games have a tremendous pedigree reaching back over the past two decades. From Splinter Cell to Rainbow Six, the games have run the gamut on what a military style shooter should be with some games being critical successes and others never really making it to the upper echelons of gaming’s collective memory. Ghost Recon has always been my personal favorite with Advanced Warfighter ...[Read More]

For Honor Review

For Honor Review

It’s kind of hard not to get excited about something as cool looking as For Honor. When the initial trailer dropped a couple E3’s ago, everyone was raving about this mythical land where Samurais, Vikings, and Knights squared off in battles to the death. We weren’t sure what the actual game would offer in terms of story or replayability, but we did know that this was an awesome co...[Read More]

Dead Rising 4 Review

Dead Rising 4 Review

Looking back at the Xbox 360 and it’s early days, there was one game that made me want it more than the PS3 – Dead Rising. Dead Rising was a game that put you in the zombie apocalypse and let you play however you wanted. There were psycho humans to deal with, zombies flooding the mall’s main areas, and seemingly everything could be used as a weapon or an outfit. It was a lighthea...[Read More]

Watch Dogs 2 Review

Watch Dogs 2 Review

The original Watch Dogs was a game that drew a lot of attention as the first highly anticipated next game. Gamers were blown away by the visuals, the gameplay, and overall hacking mechanics that were shown at multiple E3 press conferences. When the game finally launched, we found that the game wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t the hacking masterpiece a lot of people made it out to be. It had i...[Read More]

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Review

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Review

Ah, another holiday season and another Call of Duty game to check out. Activision have perfected the art of releasing a Call of Duty game on a yearly schedule and this year is no different. But, unlike previous year’s entries, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (CoD: IW) comes with a bit of baggage. When the initial trailer was released for the game, the video became one of the most unanimously ...[Read More]

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