Hindsight 20/20: Wrath of the Raakshasa Review

When I first saw the trailer for Hindsight 20/20: Wrath of the Raakshasa, I thought it looked like a really interesting game. The combat looked interesting, the art style looked amazing, and it looked like it had an interesting story. I was given a review code for it...

Kena: Bridge of Spirits – Review In Progress

You enter a beautiful forest at night with the only light visible to you being the moonlight shining through the trees, a dozen dull blue crystals scattered throughout the distance and the reddish glow of an angry spirit waiting for you to get closer so it can grow...

Dreamscaper Review

Roguelikes have become really popular the last few years. Their constantly changing nature and frequent deaths and restarts help flesh out a game. You can get a lot of gameplay without massive worlds. With the flood of Roguelikes, each one has to do something to set...

Review for America The Motion Picture

It’s an old proverb that those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. But those that were half asleep during history class might come up with a different way of retelling it. That’s the quickest way of describing Netflix’s latest adult animated film...

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...

Find Your Home Among the Clouds in Dazzling AAA MMORPG Swords of Legends Online

After a hard-fought battle, nothing is more enticing to a legendary warrior than the thought of retreating to their own humble abode, especially if said abode floats above the chaos! In Swords of Legends Online — the dazzling upcoming AAA massively-multiplayer online...

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...

Reina & Jericho Time Travels to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S in Q3 2021

EDMONTON, Alberta – May 19, 2021 – Reina & Jericho, the touching metroidvania from Reclamation Games following a woman’s time-bending journey to save the love of her life, takes the fight for freedom to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S in Q3 2021 alongside the...

Let’s All Scream MORTAL KOMBAT!

Mortal Kombat. Two words are connected to the societal zeitgeist for the last three decades. The hyper-violent video game franchise that helped lead to the creation of the ESRB and the modern age rating system, has seen itself transfer to other media. Its lore has...

Who is the King of the Monsters, Godzilla or Kong?

Who is the one true King? Is it the goliath primate from Skull Island? Or the radioactive titan lizard who has a legacy of destroying Japan? Well, Godzilla vs Kong seeks to answer this very question. This continuation of Legendary’s take on the Godzilla franchise...

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Hindsight 20/20: Wrath of the Raakshasa Review

Hindsight 20/20: Wrath of the Raakshasa Review

When I first saw the trailer for Hindsight 20/20: Wrath of the Raakshasa, I thought it looked like a really interesting game. The combat looked interesting, the art style looked amazing, and it looked like it had an interesting story. I was given a review code for it...

Kena: Bridge of Spirits – Review In Progress

Kena: Bridge of Spirits – Review In Progress

You enter a beautiful forest at night with the only light visible to you being the moonlight shining through the trees, a dozen dull blue crystals scattered throughout the distance and the reddish glow of an angry spirit waiting for you to get closer so it can grow...

Dreamscaper Review

Dreamscaper Review

Roguelikes have become really popular the last few years. Their constantly changing nature and frequent deaths and restarts help flesh out a game. You can get a lot of gameplay without massive worlds. With the flood of Roguelikes, each one has to do something to set...

Review for America The Motion Picture

Review for America The Motion Picture

It’s an old proverb that those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. But those that were half asleep during history class might come up with a different way of retelling it. That’s the quickest way of describing Netflix’s latest adult animated film...

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...

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...

Let’s All Scream MORTAL KOMBAT!

Let’s All Scream MORTAL KOMBAT!

Mortal Kombat. Two words are connected to the societal zeitgeist for the last three decades. The hyper-violent video game franchise that helped lead to the creation of the ESRB and the modern age rating system, has seen itself transfer to other media. Its lore has...

Who is the King of the Monsters, Godzilla or Kong?

Who is the King of the Monsters, Godzilla or Kong?

Who is the one true King? Is it the goliath primate from Skull Island? Or the radioactive titan lizard who has a legacy of destroying Japan? Well, Godzilla vs Kong seeks to answer this very question. This continuation of Legendary’s take on the Godzilla franchise...

Willy’s Wonderland Worth the Watch?

Willy’s Wonderland Worth the Watch?

Anyone that’s been in the gaming sphere in the last decade knows about Five Nights at Freddy’s. Whether it’s playing the anxiety-inducing jump-scare riddled game or watching a Let’s Play and laughing at the player’s suffering or falling down Mat Pat’s Game Theory...

King Arthur: Knights Tale

King Arthur: Knights Tale

Has Neocore been able to pull the sword from the stone with this title? Not quite, yet. The game is still in very early access. With that in mind, lets talk about it a little bit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9BsgIfY5xo&t=4s King Arthur: Knight's Tale is a...

Conarium Switch Review

Conarium Switch Review

Overview Conarium is a single player camera-driven puzzle/adventure game with Lovecraftian inspired horror elements. It is developed by Zoetrope Interactive and published by Iceberg Interactive. It is currently available on the Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Xbox...

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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