Category:  Review

By Adam Shear, November 27, 2014 0 PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Review

The undisputed king of twin stick shooters is back for another round. I have great memories of playing the original Geometry Wars on my Xbox 360. What I love about it is how simple it is to play and how… Read More »

By Chris Lock, June 26, 2014 0 PC, Review

The Shovel Knight, defeated by fate, has spent many years gardening in obscurity. During his absence the world has fallen into chaos. The land is rife with villains that need spaying and you’ve got just the tool for the job…. Read More »

By Kenny Rioux, June 9, 2014 0 E3 2014, News, PlayStation 4

Deep Silver was able to announce that Dead Island 2 is coming to PS4 ,with a Beta and exclusive content coming down the pike. Dead Island 2 brings the zombie apocalypse to the Sunshine state, where a massive outbreak (is there any… Read More »

By Austin Griffith, June 1, 2014 0 PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Review, Xbox 360, Xbox One

The year is 1960, World War II has long been declared over, yet the world is strange. The world is not as we know it, however, as Nazi controlled Germany has been declared victorious. You are B.J. Blazcowicz, a few… Read More »

By Austin Griffith, June 1, 2014 0 PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Review, Xbox 360, Xbox One

This is our authentic, Nazi-controlled 1960’s Germany review of Wolfenstein: The New Order. To read it in English, please follow this link. Es ist das Jahr 1960 , Zweiter Weltkrieg schon lange beendet erklärt worden , doch die Welt ist seltsam. Die… Read More »

By Kenny Rioux, May 10, 2014 0 PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

*Note: The game in question was reviewed with an Xbox 360 copy, other platforms including Xbox One, PC or PS4 may have varying distinctions related to the content provided, significant or not. Consider this a template of what to expect… Read More »

By Chris Lock, April 22, 2014 3 PlayStation 4, PS Vita, Review

If you follow gaming media in any capacity you have probably heard of Octodad: Dadliest Catch. If not prepare to have your mind blown. Related Posts Podcast: This Game is Broken – Episode 19 Octodad DLC We Would Love to… Read More »

By Austin Griffith, April 19, 2014 0 Review

Hitman is known notoriously for unforgiving stealth combat that punishes the most brazen of players until they either learn how to be properly quiet in their approach or just say “eff it” and go guns blazing. How, then, would you… Read More »

By Chris Lock, April 17, 2014 0 PC, Review

While drafting this review I continually hit a wall in the form of the question “How do you review a game that is all about secrets?” Secrets, by their nature, are supposed to be hidden. So by explaining why Secrets… Read More »

By Taryn Beach, April 1, 2014 1 PlayStation 4

Second Son is the first inFAMOUS game that does not feature Mr. Cole McGrath as the protagonist.  This time the lead is Delsin Rowe, voiced by Troy Baker.  Delsin is part of the Akomish Indian tribe near Seattle, Washington; the… Read More »