WWE 2K18 Review, A Small Step in the Right Direction

Like every other sports-based game series, another year means another iteration to an annual franchise, and like clockwork, the month of October signals release of the latest addition to 2K’s WWE franchise; this time named WWE 2K18 to nobody’s surprise. Last year’s WWE 2K17 was certainly a mixed bag. While it introduced new mechanics like […]

South Park The Fractured But Whole Review: Twice the Content, Twice the Fun

South Park The Stick of Truth brought the show to life in the gaming world and its sequel continues the crazy, pun-filled, offensive adventure. Taking place 3 years after...

Middle-earth: Shadow of War Review – More of the Same

When it was released in late 2014, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor came off as quite a surprise for unsuspecting gamers, as it not only marked the biggest launch for...

The Evil Within 2 Review-In-Progress

After the disaster that Resident Evil 6 and spinoffs were, Shinki Mikami, decided to revive survival horror through Bethesda Softwork’s The Evil Within. Even with its flaws, the visual panache...

Cuphead Review, A Blast from the Past

Ever since its reveal at Microsoft’s E3 2014 press conference as a part of a lineup of indie titles being developed for Xbox One, Cuphead immediately made quite an...

Total War Warhammer 2 Review – A RTS Worthy of the Name

Announcing Total War Warhammer 2 wasn’t the best of ideas and the community shared its concerns over social media. However, with the release of the game we can see...

FIFA 18 Review: A Complete Package

After a few mundane entries, FIFA finally took a major leap forward last year with the addition of a story mode, new engine, and features. However, it was still...

NHL 18 Review: A Mundane Experience

NHL is a lesser known sports game from EA, it is definitely not at the same level as FIFA but does exceptionally well compared to NBA Live. The hockey...

NBA 2K18 Review: A Cash Grab Scam

Another year and another NBA 2K game out on consoles and PC. Is it any good? Is it worth your money? Let’s find out! NBA 2K is a long-running basketball series...

Marvel vs Capcom Infinite Review, Fun Yet Flawed

It wasn’t that long ago when all available Marvel vs Capcom games got pulled from digital distribution when Capcom’s publishing license expired at the end of 2013, and it...

Yakuza Kiwami Review – Great Jumping-On Point

Original Yakuza was a 2005 open world action-adventure beat ’em up game developed and published by Sega on PlayStation 2. Since its release the game has led to a...

Destiny 2 Review In-Progress: A Journey of Loss and Triumph

Last time I was asked to review a new Destiny game it was back in 2014 but unfortunately, I wasn’t able to do so due to an already hectic...

Mario+Rabbids: Kingdom Battle Review: It’s truly BWAHHLICIOUS!

Oh poor Mario. Just when the Mushroom Kingdom appeared to be at peace after an eternity and Princess Peach had finally run out of castles before Mario ran out...

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Review – A Standalone Experience

While the initial rumors surrounding Uncharted: The Lost Legacy started as a story DLC/Expansion to Uncharted 4, the game turned out to be a standalone entry into the Uncharted...

F1 2017 Review – For the Hardcore Formula One Fan

People are always skeptical about annualized licensed video games. They don’t often turn out to be as good and developers are known for reusing the same assets and gameplay design...

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