Dear Esther: Landmark Edition Review

Conceived back in 2007 and released as a free-to-play mod in 2008, Dear Esther is a pioneer in the gaming landscape, having created it’s own genre. It received a commercial release in 2012 on PC, and as such, the “walking simulator”…

Batman: The Telltale Series – Ep 1: Realm of Shadows Review

Telltale Games has been on a roll since introducing the masses to the “Choose Your Own Adventure” style of episodic game with The Walking Dead: Season One. Batman: The Telltale Series is taking that style into the world of DC…

Hitman Episode 4 Review – Bangkok

It’s becoming worrisome that IO Interactive may have used their best tricks and mechanics for the Intro Pack/Paris, and Sapienza missions. Those two areas alone created more joy and more honest fun than Marrakesh, and now Bangkok, could even attempt…

Hitman Episode 3 Review – Marrakesh

IO Interactive has kept me engaged and thinking about Hitman far more than I thought I would be since playing the Intro Pack and Paris mission. Due to the fact that I came in late on the episodic releases, I…

Hitman Episode 2 Review – Sapienza

IO Interactive really spent some time with Hitman Episode 2 – Sapienza. This mission almost seems as if it would have been a better introduction to the world of Hitman than the Paris mission, if only because the amount of…

Hitman Episode 1 Review – Paris

After being dormant for four years, Hitman Episode 1 – Paris reintroduces the world to Agent 47. With a sense of freedom unseen before in previous releases, Hitman feels, for the first time, like you can do anything at any…

Letter Quest Remastered Review

Sitting around during a family game night playing Scrabble, have you ever thought to yourself, “What this game needs is a sense of adventure and role playing mechanics?” If so, then Letter Quest Remastered is the perfect game for you!…