Mass Effect: Andromeda Review

One of the main franchises synonymous with the previous generation of consoles would undeniably be Mass Effect. Bioware spoke to a generation that embraced this western take on the roleplaying genre, …

Injustice 2 Review

Ed Boon has been the man behind some of my favorite fighting games since the early 90’s and Mortal Kombat. Together with John Tobias, these two revolutionized the genre and took it to places we could …

Prey Review

Prey is a game that almost didn’t exist. The original released back in 2006 after eleven full years of on-again, off-again type of development cycles. After such a long period, it was surprisingly goo…

NBA Playgrounds Review

NBA Jam was a cultural phenomenon back in the mid-1990’s. BOOMSHAKALAKA! He’s on fire! Razzle Dazzle! He’s heating up! From downtown! All phrases gamers that grew up playing this spectacular take on b…

Seasons after Fall Review

I have always been fascinated by the changing of seasons and weather in general. Winter holds a special place in my heart, and it will forever be my favorite season, but I appreciate each one for the …

For Honor Review

Vikings. Samurai. Knights. A game featuring any one of those three can oftentimes be a recipe for success. But what happens if you mix all three of them together into one game? A game where war is the…

Earthlock: Festival of Magic Review

Earthlock: Festival of Magic is a game I have been following closely for years now. One of the original games that caught my attention on Kickstarter, it seemed very much like a throwback to the old r…

Resident Evil 7 Review

It is plainly obvious that Resident Evil 7 borrows heavily from another juggernaut in the horror franchise, Silent Hill. Being a huge fan of both games when they were in their prime, it’s no surprise …