“The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt” review

This is it. The game everybody’s been waiting for. I may be exaggerating, but I feel like both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 systems have been waiting for “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt” because aside from “Dragon Age: Inquisition” we haven’t had a real fantasy role-playing game since their release. Not to mention the buzz it’s gotten […]

“Pillars of Eternity” review

  Obsidian Entertainment’s “Pillars of Eternity,” funded by the donations of those on Kickstarter, has finally arrived. First things first though. “Pillars” is an old school RPG. For those not sure what that means, let me elaborate. This game operates off of some pretty strict rules as well as some that are very similar to […]

“Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number” review

Synth-80s-house music was not my thing for a long time, but it became my thing while killing droves of faceless foes in a neon haze while it pumped in the background. “Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number” is exactly what you’d expect it to be: Brutal violence layered within a top-down shooter that is fast-paced and punishing. […]

Update on “Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain”

September 1st. That’s when you can expect the latest entry in the “Metal Gear Solid” series to drop. “Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain” is being released on September 1st for PS4, PS3, Xbox one, and Xbox 360 with the PC version being released on September 15th. In an interview with IGN, series creator […]

“Darkest Dungeon” review

Eldritch horrors, secrets hidden in the ruins of a fallen estate and the promise of victory all wait for the player who tries to brave the “Darkest Dungeon.” An indie title from Red Hook Studios and funded through Kickstarter, “Darkest Dungeon” is a rogue-like turn-based combat game. As you crawl through the ruins of the […]

“The Crew” review

Racing games come in many forms, and we’ve had no shortage of them over the years as far as consoles are concerned. Where “The Crew” stands out among them is in the fact that it seamlessly blends open-world exploration and drop-in cooperative play without any apparent hitch in gameplay flow. While this is extremely cool and […]

“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. […]