Daylight Review

Daylight Review

Zombie Studios set out to do something that is extremely difficult. Daylight does give scares to the player, but more often than not they are not from the main antagonist or the witches that are meant to cause problems. The story overall doesn’t hold up over multiple playthoughs which directly goes against the game design. An interesting piece and an overall good experience that does interesting things but falls short in the end

Bravely Default Review

Bravely Default Review

Bravely Default is a JRPG through and through. From the story elements to the battle system the whole game reeks of Final Fantasy. Whether it is because there hasn’t been a good version of those games recently, or this game is actually good, the fact remains that this game is a 80-100 hour blast from the past that RPG fans will gobble up

Forza Motorsport 5 Review

Forza Motorsport 5 Review

Forza Motorsport 5 is by no means the pinnacle of video gaming. There are some issues with the new lighting effects, crowd sprites on the sidelines and drivatar aggressiveness but these mistakes are quite hilarious and almost charming to me. Tracks and cars from games past are missing and a little bit more variation would have been nice

Call of Duty: Ghosts Review

Call of Duty: Ghosts Review

Call of Duty is probably one of the most reliable franchises in the video game world. It is always going to come out early November, always going to have a short but interesting campaign and multiplayer that tests even the most calm minded people to stay sane

The Wolf Among Us Review In Progress

The Wolf Among Us Review In Progress

Telltale Games is coming off of the back of quite possibly one of the most successful downloadable episodic games, The Walking Dead. It received countless awards from sites all over as well as an award at the VGA’s. The Wolf Among Us takes concepts and mechanics from their previous title and uses them to tell ..

Splinter Cell Blacklist Review

Splinter Cell Blacklist Review

Games that usually try to fit themselves in the stealth and action genre tend to fit neither of those categories very well. At first glance, stealth and action probably shouldn’t even fit together. Splinter Cell Blacklist, however, takes both of these categories and give players options for not only different play styles, but different play speeds

Rayman Legends Review

Rayman Legends Review

Extensive story, complicated game mechanics, edgy societal cues; these are all things that people are talking about in games today and Rayman Legends pays no attention. Instead of focusing on trying to make a statement or move a person, it focuses on being playful and fun. Rayman Origins released two years ago to massive critical ..

DuckTales Remastered Review

DuckTales Remastered Review

The original DuckTales game came out in 1989 for the Nintendo Entertainment System and seems to have quite the cult following. The old game is known for its snappy gameplay and awesome chip tunes that mirror the original show. The new, DuckTales Remastered, takes everything the old two button, jump and attack system has to ..

Pikmin 3 Review

Pikmin 3 Review

It’s been almost 10 years since the adventures of Olimar on the Nintendo Gamecube brought Pikmin to a Nintendo console. Somehow though, Pikmin 3 seems to feel almost like a game in a long running series

Dark Review

Dark Review

There are a lot of games out there that know what they should do, and Dark is definitely one of those games. On paper the game has a conversation wheel, different stealth powers and an interesting art style. However, in practice, the game falls short. Is it a lack of quality? Is it a lack ..

Don’t Starve Review

Don’t Starve Review

Some games are spooky, some games are fun and some are just plain quirky. Don’t Starve from Klei Entertainment is definitely the latter that features an open randomly generated world that brings back the true meaning of exploration and survival. Everything around the world is looking to kill you and night time can bring instant ..

BioShock Infinite Review: A Game for the Ages

BioShock Infinite Review: A Game for the Ages

When I was first given the job of Reviewing BioShock Infinite I thought it was just going to be another job, another game and another review. All I could see ahead of me is a 10-15 hour gameplay session and started my normal note taking process. “The game opens with a strong sense of place” ..