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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]

Deep Dive: Far Cry 5

Deep Dive: Far Cry 5

In this episode of Deep Dive, Nick, Scott and Jon discuss the latest from Ubisofts Far Cry series. How we’ve liked the changes from Far Cry 4, the story controversy and of course diabetic bears. Spoilers on the story late in the episode but we kick Jon out of the conversation before hand.   You Can stream below or download on your preferred platform     ...[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]

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]

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]

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]

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]

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]

The Division Review

The Division Review

It seems like forever ago when The Division was first announced by Ubisoft at E3 2013. At the time, we were still playing on our last gen consoles and the next gen graphics and gameplay blew the crowd away. The game was initially supposed to be released in 2014, but delays plagued the game with it’s eventual release being early 2016. Were the delays polish to an already solid base of a game ...[Read More]

Rainbow Six Siege Review

Rainbow Six Siege Review

It has been seven years since Team Rainbow made an appearance. That’s a long time for a decorated franchise to be out of the public eye. Since that time we’ve seen the announcement and cancellation of the promising Patriots and replacement with a lesser known game called Siege. We’ve also seen the online playscape get dominated with the need for online games to get faster and muc...[Read More]

Zombi Review

Zombi Review

ZombiU was a launch title that released with the WiiU back in 2012. I was late to the WiiU party, but ZombiU was one of the first games I picked up and played when I bought the system in late 2013. It’s tense environments, shambling zombies, and intuitive touchpad design made it a flawed, but heavily enjoyable game that I still find myself going back to every now and then. When I first heard...[Read More]

Xbox Free Games with Gold Announced for July

Xbox Free Games with Gold Announced for July

Every month, Microsoft releases a couple games for free for their Xbox Gold subscribers. This month sees two Xbox One games (a rarity) and two 360 games being added to the list. For the first half of July, Xbox One owners can download Assassins Creed 4: Black Flag for free on Xbox One (until July 31) and Plants vs Zombies on the 360 (until July 15). Starting on July 16, Xbox One owners can downloa...[Read More]

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