“Assassin’s Creed: Unity” review

There’s been a lot of talk lately about “Assassin’s Creed: Unity.” The newest installment in the “Assassin’s Creed” franchise dealing with the French revolution has not been up to snuff for some people. Talk of glitches, crashes, dropped framerate, poor connections for co-op and the like are all over the internet. Personally, through my own […]

“Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare” review

“Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare” puts you in the shoes of a soldier on the cutting edge of technological combat working with a paramilitary corporation. This iteration of the franchise gives the player new and unique game mechanics as well as some borrowed from other games. Armed with a boost pack, some grenades that show the location […]

“Gods Will Be Watching” you struggle

It’s not often that I pick up a game that I think that I’ll like and I end up having some issues with it. “Destiny” was one, “Watch_Dogs” was another. But I was really excited for “Gods Will Be Watching,” mainly because I’m a fan of developers Devolver Digital, and Deconstructeam was working with them. […]

“Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel” review

What’s better than moon jumping across a barren landscape while firing a shotgun that shouts expletives louder than the roar of its muzzle? Not a whole lot. Except maybe “Borderlands 2.” While “Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel”  may not be better than its predecessor/successor “Borderlands 2,” it does have its strengths. Going in to detail about the […]

“Super Smash Bros. for the 3DS” Review

Everyone, gather your friends and rivals because there is a new “Super Smash Bros.” to settle your scores in! This time it comes to the palm of your hand as the series makes its first appearance on a handheld. The idea of “Super Smash Bros.” on the Nintendo 3DS can make you skeptical or excited – most […]

“Alien: Isolation” review

There’s something about being trapped in a confined space and being hunted by a near-invincible alien life-form that just brings out the worst in people. Survivors tend to turn on each other, kindly synthetic robots become menacing wardens to keep you in the places you don’t want to be, and you yourself revert to your […]

“Azure Striker Gunvolt” Review

It’s been awhile since we received a “Mega Man” game that made us remember what we loved about the Blue Bomber. Sadly this is not a “Mega Man” game, but it has everything we want in one. Developed  by Inti Creates, the people behind the “Megaman Zero” games on the Gameboy Advance, “Azure Striker Gunvolt” is […]

Hyrule Warriors review

After hearing about a new “Zelda” game that didn’t follow the typical dungeon-adventure formula, I was worried of it being something so simplistic as the “Link’s Crossbow Training” minigame on Wii. Fortunately, “Hyrule Warriors” is a full-fledged game that employs the “Dynasty Warriors” mass slash-em up style of gameplay. The storyline is not to be […]