Video Game Reviews

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Mario Golf: World Tour Review | On Par

by Ben Runningson June 3, 2014
I spent a ridiculous amount of time with Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour on the GameCube and it is hard to believe that it has taken this long for another 3D entry in the series. However, Mario Golf: World Tour is two steps forward and one large step off to the side.   The core gameplay […]

The Witch and The Hundred Knight Review | What Did I Just Play?

by William Harmonon May 9, 2014
Lets get this out of the way: I’m not sure I’ve ever played a game like The Witch and The Hundred Knight. As such, I’m not sure I can review it in the standard format. Instead, I’m going to give you the play by play of my experience with the game. Chapter 1: Intrigue I […]


The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Game Review | Not Quite Amazing, but…Spider-Man!

by Alena Alambeigion May 6, 2014
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 game destined for greatness, or video game mediocrity? It seems the latter. You will start by picking a difficulty, Human, Hero, or Super Hero. We ended up playing Super Hero with no problems, which leads us to believe anything less wouldn’t have been much of a challenge. The game relies heavily […]

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NES Remix 2 Review | Refined Nostalgia

by Ben Runningson April 29, 2014
NES Remix 2 is back with even more nostalgia and game combining challenges. Can it live up to the memories? The concept of NES Remix is simple: play through a random selection of challenges based on classic NES games. The games all play like you remember but this time there are little objectives to complete […]

Dark Souls 2 Review | A Solid Second Showing

by William Harmonon April 9, 2014
As the third (ish) entry into the “Souls” series, fans should know what they’re getting into with Dark Souls 2. As a direct sequel to Dark Souls, you can expect a lot of the same elements in this game: Pyromancy, i-frames, and Havel’s Armor… the list goes on. This isn’t to say the two games […]

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Review | Apology Accepted

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Review | Apology Accepted

by Jake Valentineon April 3, 2014
Fanatical Choice!
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls changes the franchise for the better, adding in countless replayability, more loot than you can count, and enough enemies to kill for days and days.

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Globlins Review | The Game Where You Don’t Have to Apologize for Bursting Someone’s Bubble

by Katerina Perichon April 2, 2014
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Here’s the rundown on Cartoon Network’s newest mobile game, Globlins: An astronaut and his pet monkey return home to Spillsville after a journey to a faraway galaxy.  Little did they know, some foreign creatures tagged along for the ride and are infiltrating the brains of other Spillsville residents and it’s up to you to save […]
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BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2 Review | The End of BioShock

by Ben Runningson March 31, 2014
I love the BioShock series and that is why Burial at Sea is amazing to me. Irrational Games has almost perfectly mashed up the first BioShock and Infinite to create something that I won’t soon forget. BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2 is their swan song but it isn’t as revolutionary as what came […]


InFamous: Second Son Review | Superpowered

by Darrin Wrighton March 25, 2014
Fanatical Choice!
Originally set for the PS4’s launch, InFamous: Second Son was pushed back to a March 21st release so developer Sucker Punch could spend more time with it. That was time well spent.  InFamous: Second Son takes place seven years after the events of InFamous 2, which (SPOILERS!!) ended with the death of prior series protagonist […]
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Strike Suit Zero Review | Defying Gravity

by Darrin Wrighton March 24, 2014
If there are two things I love, they’re robots and jets. Well, I love more than those two things, but combining those two are like combining chocolate and peanut butter. In the case of Strike Suit Zero, the peanut butter’s sometimes unexpectedly chunky instead of creamy, but still tasty. I’m all out of food metaphors. […]

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Bravely Default: Flying Fairy Review | A Modernized Version of Classic JRPGs

by William Harmonon March 20, 2014
Quick and dirty: Bravely Default is a JRPG on Nintendo’s 3DS platform. It was developed by Silicon Studios and published by Square Enix. It presents a classic JRPG feel in an era where JRPGs have trended towards long cinematic cut scenes, and away from the turn based games they used to be. In short, it’s […]
The Powerpuff Girls Defenders of Townsville Review

The Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville Review

by Jeff Smithon March 18, 2014
The Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville, available now on Steam, is a game that made me think. No, it didn’t present me with any interesting moral quandries, nor did it push gaming forward in any way. Rather, I found a new appreciation for a genre that typically has failed to grab me—the Metroidvania. Defenders of Townsville […]


Titanfall Review | Falling in Love

by Darrin Wrighton March 13, 2014
Fanatical Choice!
If you’ve been online any amount of time in the past few months, you’ve seen hype for Titanfall. Well, the game’s here… did it live up to the colossal expectations everyone had for it?  For the most part, yes, and those places where it doesn’t quite reach the heights we imagined it to aren’t that […]
Just Cause 3 Is Real, Coming To Xbox One, PS4, PC

Just Cause 3 Is Real, Coming To Xbox One, PS4, PC

by Jake Valentineon November 11, 2014
The open-world mayhem-tastic Just Cause 3 is coming to the Xbox One, PS4, and PC in 2015.
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Best Buy Black Friday Deals Revealed; They’re Deal-icious

by Ben Runningson November 11, 2014
The Best Buy Black Friday deals are now up for viewing. Can your wallet withstand them? Best Buy has some crazy console bundles available including an Xbox One with Kinect, an extra controller, Assassin’s Creed Unity, and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag for $429.99 or Kinect-less and without the extra controller for $329.99. Or maybe you’re […]

Assassin’s Creed Rogue Comes out Tomorrow, Check out the Launch Trailer

by Carlos Ovalleon November 10, 2014
We’re getting a double helping of Assassin’s Creed goodness this year and despite Assassin’s Creed Unity being exclusive to current-gen, Assassin’s Creed Rogue isn’t looking to go unnoticed. It seems as though fans of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag will get a kick out of Assassin’s Creed Rogue with it’s emphasis on naval combat but […]

Déjà vu? GTA V Launch Trailer for PS4, Xbox One Released

by Carlos Ovalleon November 10, 2014
Watch the launch trailer for GTA V's return on PS4 and Xbox One

Super Smash Bros. Star Karissa is a Hoax by Gamestop

by James Wynneon November 10, 2014
Gamestop pulled the wool over the fighting game community’s eyes recently with a brilliant, yet sad, hoax. The execution was perfect. Set up little “Karissa” against high caliber Super Smash Bros. players from the West Coast, and have her go beast mode on them. The crowd in the little store went insane as a ten […]

The Biggest Issue With Ubisoft Removing Games From Steam

Concerning Ubisoft’s Apparent Exodus From Steam

by Jake Valentineon November 7, 2014
Ubisoft has removed upcoming titles for the Steam library. This is a bigger problem than they may realize.
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Rainbow Six: Siege “Tools of Attack” Video Trains Our Tactical Minds

by Max Delgadoon November 7, 2014
Ubisoft has released a short, informative video covering the tactical gadgets and strategies that will be used in Ubisoft Montreal’s upcoming first-person shooter, Rainbow Six: Siege.  “Attackers will have to breach the stronghold and eliminate the opposing team,” says Chase Straight, Community Manager at Ubisoft Montreal. “They’ll need to find weakness in the defense, create new entry points, and […]

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Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is Bigger Than Expected

by James Wynneon November 7, 2014
When Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker was revealed as a retail title, it was simultaneously heralded as an exciting new spin-off IP by fans of the Super Mario 3D World Captain Toad stages, and an unabashed Nintendo cash grab by the cynics. Far be it from me to call anyone a fool, but those bashing Captain […]

Halo: The Master Chief Collection Launch Trailers Will Rock You

by Max Delgadoon November 7, 2014
Halo: The Master Chief Collection is almost here and to whet our appetite, Microsoft has revealed a duo of launch trailers and a rather unexpectedly surprising thread of news on behalf of 343 Industries Executive Producer, Dan Ayoub. With under a week until the global launch of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, each of the two new trailers showcase […]
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Far Cry 4 Sets the Guinness World Record For “Highest Console Gameplay Ever”

by Max Delgadoon November 7, 2014
When was the last time you played a console outdoors? Scratch that. When was the last time you had a chance to play over an hour Ubisoft’s upcoming first-person shooter, Far Cry 4, at 18,569 feet above sea level?  Well, William Cruz, a 23-year-old Utah native, has achieved such a specifically thrilling feat. As the winner of Ubisoft’s […]

Happy 10th Anniversary, Killzone!

Happy 10th Anniversary, Killzone! It’s Time To Celebrate

by Jake Valentineon November 6, 2014
This week marks the 10th anniversary of the Killzone franchise and developer Guerilla Games is celebrating in style.
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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt to Have 16 Free Pieces of DLC

by James Wynneon November 6, 2014
Free DLC for one of the most anticipated RPGs of 2015?
Star Wars Episode VII Gets A Subtitle - The Force Awakens

Star Wars Episode VII Gets A Subtitle – The Force Awakens

by Jake Valentineon November 6, 2014
Star Wars Episode VII has had principal photography completed and received a subtitle. It will also be known as The Force Awakens.

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