“Mortal Kombat X” review

Games like “Mortal Kombat X” come with a pedigree that reaches back years. Fighting games have such an ingrained presence in all of gaming that many people only associate video games with “Street Fighter” or “Mortal Kombat.” Couple that “MK’s” history of gratuitous violence, and you’ve got a game that is impossible to pass up […]

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 […]

“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 […]

“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 […]

October Playstation Plus free games

A new month is upon us which means free games! This October, Playstation Plus is coming at you with seven free games across the PlayStation 3, PS Vita and PlayStation 4. For the PS4 we have: “Dust: An Elysian Tail” “Spelunky” “DriveClub: Playstation Plus Edition” The firsttwo games are following the indie trend that the PS4 […]

“One Piece Unlimited World Red” review

Its been 15 years since Eiichiro Oda introduced the world of “One Piece” and the Straw Hat pirates to us, and ever since then the story has only grown. Spanning over seven hundred manga chapters and over six hundred animated episodes, there is plenty of story to cover in a video game which has been done over and […]

“Valiant Hearts” review – A tug on the heartstrings

It’s not often a game comes along that’s quite like “Valiant Hearts: The Great War.” A war game that focuses not on the fighting of the war, though it definitely showcases the brutality and body count, but the mental and emotional effects it has on people. For those who are thinking this is going to […]