Game Review

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is less a game and more an experience. It thrusts you into a world ravaged by war and magic with the raw candor and storytelling that immerses the player. Its finest points weave the development of characters without the typical restrictions of modern titles, openly […]

Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Review

Dragon’s Crown is an exploration in hyper-, whether it’s strength, sexuality or activity this 2D side-scrolling role-playing game reminds me of the vintage Dungeons & Dragons arcade game from the 90’s. Designed by George Kamitani, we see the natural progression and evolution of the side-scroller, or “beat ‘em up” game […]

Dragon’s Crown Review

This is a game you can’t skip, and you can’t miss. Even at it’s 1600 MSP ($20) price tag there is nothing to regret. I’ve chalked up over 20 hours surviving, exploring and scavenging and I’ve barely made a dent in the “story.” This is an experience in survival that can’t be missed, and a humble reminder that everything ends, everything dies. To survive, we adapt.

State of Decay Review

Developer: Visceral Montreal, EA Montreal Publisher: Electronic Arts Composer: Brian Tyler Engine: Frostbite 2 [note color=”#bc00ff”][/note] Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel was released on March 26 and it brings gamers back to the world of T.W.O., the ultimate bro-fisting, co-op blasting, merciless shooter on the market. Well, it used […]

Army of Two: Devil’s Cartel [Review]