Conan Exiles Isle of SiptahFuncom When Conan: Exiles debuted a few years ago, my gaming friends and I couldn’t get enough of it. Instead of being set in yet another post-apocalyptic environment like most other survival games, it used Robert… Read More »Conan Exiles Isle of Siptah Review
Horizon Zero Dawn Complete EditionGuerrilla Games / PlayStation Mobile, Inc. Dutch game developers, Guerrilla Games (a subsidiary of Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios known for their Killzone series), wowed the gaming public at 2017’s E3 event with a new open-world… Read More »Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition Review
Unavowed Wadjet Eye Games When I’d first heard of Unavowed, I thought that it seemed like a pretty simplistic set-up for a game which leaned heavily on the 90s point-and-click titles of yore. Personally, I considered many of those games… Read More »Unavowed Review – A Good, Old-Fashioned Adventure Game With Updated Sensibilities.
Call of Cthulhu Cyanide Studio/Focus Home Interactive There are an entire plethora of video game adaptations bases on the works of H.P. Lovecraft; a wealth of material that is most often misrepresented because game developers don’t quite seem to get… Read More »Call of Cthulhu Review – A Decent Tribute to a Hallowed Franchise
Recore Armature Studio, Comcept/Microsoft Studios Sometimes when I critique games, I refer to them as being a premise or concept in search of a game, but Armature Studios and Comcept’s new game Recore is different. It’s the first time that… Read More »Recore – A Whole Lot of Hoppin’
The Technomancer Spiders Studio It’s strange—it seems as though lately, I’ve been running into a lot of games that feature really interesting backstories, but fail to pull the trigger when it comes to translating their narratives over into the digital… Read More »The Technomancer Review – Interesting Setting & Technical Pitfalls
Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter Frogwares/Bigben Interactive Having recently played and reviewed the dreadful zombie-splattering offering, Capcom’s Umbrella Corps, I hungered for a completely different gaming experience. Something that would wash away all of the virtual goop that I felt… Read More »Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter Review – Only the Patient Need Apply
Rise of the Tomb Raider Crystal Dynamics Let me kick things off here by saying that I played the original Tomb Raider when I was much younger. I’m not really into playing female characters but was trying to impress a… Read More »Rise of the Tomb Raider Review – The Real Lara is Back
Dead Space 3 Visceral Games My comrade and I, me a lowly space engineer and he a soldier, floated through the cold vacuum of space while gaping wide-eyed at the beautiful iridescent glow of the nearby planet. We’d originally entered… Read More »Dead Space 3 – Plenty Heard Us Scream
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Monolith Productions/Warner Bros. It must be made clear from the beginning that I am a big time Tolkein-phile. I’ve read all of his works (except for the upcoming 100 year old never before published The Story… Read More »Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor — 4k Gaming at its Best?