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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]

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]

Deep Dive: Monster Hunter World

Deep Dive: Monster Hunter World

On our very first edition of Deep Dive, Scott and Nick discuss Monster Hunter World. Deep Dive is a monthly series exploring the hottest new releases. It’s a conversational review. Want to listen on the go? Find us on Itunes, Google Play, Spotify and more. ...[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]

Shadow of War Review

Shadow of War Review

The follow up to 2014’s surprise hit Shadow of Mordor has been out for for a little while now and just like it’s predecessor it has been a bit over (puts sunglasses on) shadowed by negative press caused by bad decisions on the part of publisher WB Games. While first time around might have seemed confusing, paying streamers for positive press when the game was really really good, they r...[Read More]

Destiny 2 (A Partial Review)

Destiny 2 (A Partial Review)

I gave up on Destiny pretty quickly after being all aboard the hype train for months up to it’s launch. I found it all to be one disapointing slog of a grind. Repeatative, boring and nothing all around lacking. I had preordered the the expansions for it but never bothered to download them. I had moved on and left it on the shelf. When we were planning our streaming line up for Extra Life, Sc...[Read More]

Review: Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle

Review: Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle

Mario has a long and storied history of teaming up with characters from other games. Some very good (see Mario Kart, Mario Party and Smash Bros.) some okay (Mario Baseball) and some we don’t want to think about (Mario and Sonic Olympic series.) So when it was announced that Ubisoft was bringing their polarizing Rabbids characters into the Marioverse I was ready to move it onto “donR...[Read More]

Perception Review

Perception Review

There are a few constants in this world. The world is round, the sky is blue, and when a new game in the horror genre comes out my wife and I play through it together. A constant made even more incredible with Perception, a unique FPS horror game from ex Bioshock, current husband and wife developers Deep End Games. So seeing as this horror game was made entirely by a dynamic married duo (who had t...[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]

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]

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