Destroy All Humans Review – All Hail the Furon Empire

Destroy All Humans Review – All Hail the Furon Empire

Kind of strange knowing that it’s been a little over 15 years since the original Destroy All Humans! launched on the PS2. While a distant memory, one thing I did like about the original release was the amount of mindless fun it had to offer. Of course, I was far...

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Crysis Remastered Review – Nano Portable Gaming (Switch)

Crysis Remastered Review – Nano Portable Gaming (Switch)

If you would have told me back in 2007 that a game like Crysis would be running on a portable system by Nintendo, I’d have laughed and called you crazy. At the time, Crysis for the PC had set a bar for PC gamers, and for the matter, the industry...

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Paper Mario: The Origami King Review – A Crafty Adventure Unfolds

Paper Mario: The Origami King Review – A Crafty Adventure Unfolds

To say that the Paper Mario fanbase is impassioned about the series is putting it lightly. The first two games released for the Nintendo 64 and Gamecube, respectively, picked up the RPG mantle from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars with aplomb, and especially the Gamecube outing, Paper...

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Ghost of Tsushima Review – Samurai Spirits

Ghost of Tsushima Review – Samurai Spirits

It’s been about six years since Sucker Punch Productions released inFamous First Light, which was a standalone title that complemented inFamous Second Son. Now that we’re at the cusp of the nex-generation of gaming with the PS5 (and Xbox Series X), the studio has finally released its long-gestating project, Ghost...

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Review: Evan’s Remains – Pulling the Right Strings

Review: Evan’s Remains – Pulling the Right Strings

While games steeped in nostalgia and the like are the norm these days, that doesn’t mean there’s no place for these kinds of titles. On the contrary, sometimes, these little titles can blow us away in a way that their AAA siblings couldn’t. Is Evan’s Remains one of these games?...

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Mafia 2 Definitive Edition Review – Taking a Hit

Mafia 2 Definitive Edition Review – Taking a Hit

Originally released back in 2010 for last-gen (PS3, Xbox 360) consoles, 2K Games has re-released Mafia 2 as part of the Mafia Trilogy, and has called it the “Definitive Edition.” Now, the question is, does this mafia go for the kill, or does it run out of bullets? Read on...

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John Wick Hex Review – Killing Blow

John Wick Hex Review – Killing Blow

There’s possibly no bigger franchise in action movies right now than Keanu Reeves’ John Wick. Given how much action is in each movie, it seems like the perfect movie to be made into a game. The question here is: is John Wick Hex a cash-grab relying solely on the movie’s...

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Daymare 1998 Review – Old School Doldrums

Daymare 1998 Review – Old School Doldrums

From the outset it’s clear Invader Studios has a lot of love for the Resident Evil and Silent Hill franchises. Both of these seminal survival horror games play the clear inspiration for Daymare 1998. From the mechanics to the settings, Daymare evokes the spirit of those two classic games. And...

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Final Fantasy 7 Remake Review – A Perfect Reunion

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Review – A Perfect Reunion

It’s a little hard to believe that after nearly decades of begging, the Final Fantasy 7 Remake has finally released. It feels as if it’s a dream and the kind that you don’t ever want to wake up from knowing how perfect it is. To say the least, Final Fantasy...

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Resident Evil 3 Remake Review: In the Shadow of a Giant

Resident Evil 3 Remake Review: In the Shadow of a Giant

As a fan of the Resident Evil franchise since essentially day one, Resident Evil 2 was always my favorite due to the unheard of (at the time) replay value. As such, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis felt like a step backwards with a far more linear campaign, eschewing the “Zapping System”...

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