Devil May Cry HD Collection Review, A Simple Port

Rumors are abound that Dante is due for a sequel in the much anticipated Devil May Cry 5 speculated to be announced later this year, so Capcom doesn’t want us to forget the roots of the franchise. With Devil May Cry HD Collection the publisher hopes to reintroduce the current generation to the PS2 trilogy […]

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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...

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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...

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For Honor New Training Modes Arrive Tomorrow

Ubisoft announced today that a new training mode will make its way to For Honor tomorrow. As part of a free update, these new training features will give players additional ways to hone their skills and rise the ranks from Apprentice to Master. The Apprentice Trials and the Warriors Trials will help newcomers get acquainted […]