George Kneibert
Biomutant – Review in Progress

Biomutant – Review in Progress

I first saw Biomutant a few years ago. At that point, we didn't know a whole lot about it but I think the aesthetic was cool. Anthropomorphized animal characters have always piqued my interest. I'm not a furry, not that there is anything wrong with that, but I am fan...

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Outbreak Endless Nightmares Review

Outbreak Endless Nightmares Review

When I saw Outbreak Endless Nightmares it reminded me of the first few Resident Evil games. I hadn't played a horror game in a while so I figured I would give it a shot. After all, I have fond memories of playing Resident Evil 2 on the PlayStation. I was quickly...

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What I Want from Gotham Knights

What I Want from Gotham Knights

For the most part, I have played the Arkham games right as they came out with the exception being Arkham Origins. I wasn’t really playing video games at the time and by the time I picked them back up, it wasn’t available on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. Eventually, it...

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Eastern Exorcist – Review

Eastern Exorcist – Review

I am drawn to games with interesting and unique art styles. It can really set one game apart from the rest of the field these days, where many games seem to be influenced by others. When I first watched the trailer for Eastern Exorcist, my attention was immediately...

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Destroy All Humans

Destroy All Humans

I never played Destroy All Humans! when it first released in 2005. To be honest, I don't know why. I wasn't playing a lot of video games at the time but I wasn't avoiding them either. A few years later, I decided to play Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon. However,...

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Squadron Form Up

Squadron Form Up

EA officially announced Star Wars: Squadrons earlier. Set to take flight on October 2nd of this on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 (PSVR included), and PC (via Epic Game Store, Steam, and Origin). For a lot of us, myself included, have been waiting for a dedicated Star Wars...

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Liberated: A New Style of Comic Book Game

Liberated: A New Style of Comic Book Game

Sometimes art, can show us that possible paths we, as a society, may take. These paths are usually either Utopian or Dystopian and often have little ambiguity. Of course, these viewpoints aren't universal, but they often have a clearly defined right and wrong side to...

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