“Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor” review

Warner Brothers Games has brought us some great titles over the years. A majority of the games in the “Batman: Arkham” series have been good, and “Injustice: Gods Among Us” was actually really enjoyable. With “Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor,” I had some expectations for the game to be of good quality. Not only that, but […]

Oh, the places you’ll go – a review of “Destiny”

The first game in Bungie and Activision’s 10-year, $500 million-dollar franchise has been released and playable on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 3 for more than a week now, and things are just starting to get interesting. And while it is good that things are starting to pick up, it’s not great that it has […]

“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 […]

“Max: The Curse of Brotherhood” review

As one of the first two games offered to Xbox Live Gold subscribers for free on Xbox One as part of the Games with Gold program, this sidescrolling puzzle-platforming game is a fun little distraction from the more beefy triple-A games, but it is a bit short and can be pretty frustrating at times. Developed […]

More sneaking than sniping – “Sniper Elite 3” review

For a game called “Sniper Elite 3,” there sure is a big gap between actually sniping people and sneaking around I will say that while I wasn’t disappointed with this game, I was certainly surprised at how often I found myself slowly moving through the battlefield in contrast to the previous game in the franchise. […]