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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]

Super Mario Party Review

Super Mario Party Review

Since it’s conception on the Nintendo 64, no game series has been responsible for more relationships ending than Mario Party and now its back in its first iteration on the Nintendo Switch. I admittedly haven’t played a Mario Party title since the Game Cube and was very excited to see what the game could offer with the Switches impressive joy cons. I planned on using them along with all...[Read More]

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Review

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Review

The Assassin’s Creed series has seen many highs and almost as many lows since its initial release way back 2007. The launch of Odyssey now makes it eleven mainline games for the storied franchise. But releasing huge epic games like these yearly took it’s toll on not only the developers but the fans as well. Ubisoft took two years between Syndicate and last years Origins and it was one ...[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]

The Raven remastered review

The Raven remastered review

The third time is the charm with The Raven Remastered, a point and click adventure game originally released on PC in 2013 and quickly ported to the PS3 and just recently released as a “Remaster” on PS4 and Xbox One. Handled by THQ Nordic, the remastered is that in name alone. The game looks almost identical to its 2013 counterpart and that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. The Raven...[Read More]

The Council Review

The Council Review

It seems like a I can barely remember a time when the idea of a story driven adventure game where decisions and dialogue choices would get me excited. Telltale essentially exploded the genre then promptly over saturated the market without really ever pushing it forward. Developer Big Bad Wolf saw the chance to take a stale concept and add a fresh spin on it. They took the concept of narrative game...[Read More]

Mulaka Review

Mulaka Review

Mulaka is the second title coming out of Lienzo Studio, a Mexico based developer that started in 2012. It’s a full on love letter to a rich Mexican culture of the Tarahumara people. It’s a third person action adventure game that weaves in culturally significant history and mythology much like Okami did and to a lesser extent, God of War. You play as the titular Mulaka, a Sukurúame, a T...[Read More]

South Park Fractured But Whole Review

South Park Fractured But Whole Review

South Park first came on the air when I was in middle school and I was hooked from the very beginning. I can’t tell you how many times I watched my three VHS box collection of the first season. It’s been over twenty years and ever since then I have been raised on a diet of crude jokes, biting social commentary, and Scott Tenorman chili. I have played the terrible N64 licensed games and...[Read More]

Call of Duty WW2 Review

Call of Duty WW2 Review

It has been a long while since a Call of Duty game has been on my radar. Being a yearly series rarely offers anything new or exciting and I have long felt that the franchise as a whole had gotten stale and repetitive. It had gotten to the point where I could, with a fairly high degree of accuracy, predict the story beat for beat. I was very skeptical of the Call of Duty going back to it’s Wo...[Read More]

Just Dance 2018 Review

Just Dance 2018 Review

I’ve secretly been in love with the Just Dance series for a year now. Anyone who has seen me at a wedding knows that I love to dance and anyone who has been around my daughters for more than five minutes knows they love to dance. One of their favorite activities is to go find some music on Youtube and dance. This is how they first discovered the wonder that was Just Dance. Ever since that da...[Read More]

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