The Sims 4: City Living Review

The Sims has been a staple in the gaming industry for almost seventeen years now. Every year, a new expansion, item pack, or mainline game is released, and for fans of the franchise such as myself, we just can’t seem…

Titanfall 2 Review

The original Titanfall, released back in 2014 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC, was surrounded by a whirlwind of controversy at the time. For starters, Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment completely ignored one whole sector of their audience that…

Battlefield 1 Review

As a genre, first person shooters are one of the bestselling genres in video games. I appreciate the games and what they do for the industry as a whole, but I normally just play these types of games for the…

Mafia 3 Review

Mafia 3 had a lot to live up to, with the other two Mafia games being pretty well received, and especially with the success that Grand Theft Auto V has found this generation. Going into release, the game looked fairly…

Gears of War 4 Review

Gears of War is a franchise that I spent countless hours with on the Xbox 360, playing through the campaigns multiple times with friends, and spending even more time in the multiplayer modes. There was just something special about what…

Aragami Review

Stealth has always been one of those genres that people just get or they don’t. There are times where I can successfully make it through a mission, or even an entire game, without killing a single person (if allowed) or…

Hitman: Episode 5 – Colorado Review

We’re down to the final two episodes left in the Hitman episodic saga. IO Interactive has had a few hits on their hands, but they’ve also had a few misses as well. Hitman: Episode 5 – Colorado is looking to…

Batman: The Telltale Series – Ep 2: Children of Arkham Review

Coming off of a not-so-great start with Episode 1: Realm of Shadows, I was hesitant to get attached to the universe Telltale was crafting and the story they were attempting to tell. The preview of Episode 2: Children of Arkham…