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EA SPORTS NHL 22 – Review

EA SPORTS NHL 22 is brought to us by EA Games, is available out now, and is powered by the Frostbite engine. With this newest instalment players will learn about the newly implemented X-Factor skills they have added which will bring the league’s signature traits into play while also adding


Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl – Review

All the way back in 1999, the legends of Nintendo were brought together in a crossover brawl for all of epic proportions when ‘Super Smash Bros’ was released on the Nintendo 64. Since then, the Smash Bros series has always raised the bar higher and higher with each sequel and


Alan Wake Remastered – Review

Developed by Remedy Entertainment and published by Epic Games, this remaster is almost exactly like the original and comes with the two DLC episodes. It was decided that they were not going to make any major changes and instead, just some graphical tweaks. However, thanks to PS5’s new controllers, there


Ghostrunner (Xbox Series X) – Review

‘Ghostrunner,’ developed by the Polish team at One More Level, is an action-packed, parkour-like game that has our main protagonist, Jack, traversing this cyber world, parkour-style, to unlock the mysteries of the enhanced supersoldiers known only as “The Ghostrunners.” OHHH! That’s you. For a full synopsis of the plot, gameplay,


Far Cry 6 – Review

Ubisoft is back with its very successful Far Cry franchise, this time bringing us Far Cry 6. Far Cry 6 brings everything the previous games have done best, providing players with a massive, open-world that will enable you to play Far Cry 6 anyway you like while handing you all


Lost Judgment – Review

‘Lost Judgment’, a sequel to 2018’s “Judgment” is by far the most ambitious and narratively unique experience I have had the pleasure of playing in 2021. Developed by legendary “Rya Ra GotoKu” and published by the iconic “SEGA”, players will once again revisit Kamurochi, Tokyo, and the newly designed Isezaki


In Sound Mind – Review

The shoe that fits one person, pinches another; there is no recipe for living that suits all cases. A rather fitting quote by Carl Jung for my experience with “In Sound Mind” by developer We Make Stuff. I’m not usually an avid fan of the horror genre, however, the concept


World War Z: Aftermath – Review

‘World War Z’ released in 2019 and made by Saber Interactive, came out swinging hard as it grew a great community on release. I bought this on day one and loved every moment that the game had to offer. A zombie survival game much like ‘Left 4 Dead’, it features


Hot Wheels Unleashed – Review

Thanks to Milestone ‘Hot Wheels Unleashed’ has been brought to PlayStation 4|5 Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Hot Wheels Unleashed is a fun game for all ages where players load up, are given three blind boxes of cars to open, and then hit the twisting and


Life Is Strange: True Colors – Review

Developed by Deck Nine and published by Square Enix, Life Is Strange: True Colors is an emotional rollercoaster that will have you in tears of joy and sadness. True Colors is a decision and consequence-based RPG; however, it feels more like an interactive animated movie. For me it was a


Tales of Arise – Review

For someone that had no idea about ‘Tales of Arise’ at the start of the year to someone that was giddy with anticipation once I played the demo, I am now a full-blown fanboy after playing the full release. Developed and published by Bandai Namco Studios, this single-player JRPG will


The Medium (Playstation 5) – Review

Finally out for the PlayStation 5, The Medium is a third-person horror game developed by Bloober Team, the studio behind the Blair Witch and Layers of Fear series, and is heavily inspired by horror titles such as Resident Evil and Silent Hill. Set in Poland during the late 90s, you


Quake Remastered – Review

It is nostalgia time again as Quake Remastered is out from the original developer, id Software, along with Nightdive Studios, and published by Bethesda Softworks. This brings me back to the old days of fighting over the one computer in the house with six children to play Quake. Being the


The Big Con – Review

Those of us that experienced the 90’s, either as a kid or young adult, can sometimes aggressively cling to the past. Simultaneously agreeing it was terrible and the best time to be alive, backwards caps and scrunchies were unironically fashionable, and baggy ripped Jeans were a staple. Thanks to Mighty


Psychonauts 2 – Review

It’s been a LONG time since Psychonauts was released, over 15 years ago actually but the wait is finally over. Double Fine’s classic humor, signature gameplay, and creative platforming are back in Psychonauts 2. Psychonauts 2 takes place after the events of the original game, and you once again play


Greak: Memories Of Azur – Review

One of the oldest sayings still about is “don’t judge a book by its cover,” and it has never been more prevalent than my experience with Greak: Memories of Azur. Developed by Navegante Entertainment and published by the legendary Team17, this visually alluring side scroller adventure game both kicked my


Maneater: Truth Quest DLC – Review

Maneater is an open-world action RPG (ShaRkPG) where YOU are the shark. Starting as a small bull shark pup, you are tasked with surviving the harsh world while eating your way up the ecosystem to become the ultimate apex predator. Eat. Explore. Evolve. The newly added DLC, Truth Quest, adds


Crimson Spires – Review

In these trying times, when we are either in lockdown or just around the corner from it, why not get cozy on the couch with a hot cup of goodness and a good novel, a visual novel that is. Thanks to Woodsy Studio, we are treated to a rather fitting



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