Beyond the Wire (Early Access) Review

Beyond the WireRedstone Interactive, Offworld Industries I must start this review off by saying that I may be a little biased towards any first-person shooter that Offworld Industries is involved with. In a world of triple-A, arcade-y shooters such as the gigantic Battlefield and Call of Duty franchises, it’s great to see that there’s still…

The King of Fighters XIV Ultimate Edition Annouced!

The King of Fighters XIV Ultimate EditionSNK Fighting fans rejoice! Fresh off the press is today’s announcement by SNK Corporation that their 3 vs. 3 competitive fighting game, The King of Fighters XIV, will soon be offered in a new version with additional bells and whistles!   The King of Fighters XIV Ultimate Edition launches…

Necromunda: Underhive Wars Van Saar DLC

Necromunda: Underhive Wars Van Saar DLCRogue Factor / Focus Home Interactive The technological agents known as House Van Saar have arrived to dispense death upon the depths of the Underhive. These highly-disciplined warriors bring with them high-tech weaponry and also come clad in their signature protective suits that not only heighten their regenerative capabilities but…

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint – Ultimate Edition Review

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint – Ultimate EditionUbisoft I’ve been a fan of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon games for years, although lesser so more recently. I played the original title, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon (2001), and fell in love with its patient, highly tactical gameplay set across large-scale maps. It forced you to communicate with your friends…

Godfall Review

GodfallCounterplay Games / Gearbox When I first saw Godfall announced, I thought that it looked really cool. The title’s gameplay videos looked intriguing enough and the developers (and publishers) marketed it as a different beast from other, similar, loot-based games. Whereas most looter games utilize ranged combat (i.e. looter shooters), Godfall emphasized melee combat. In…

Warhammer 40,000: Gladius Craftworld Aeldari DLC

Warhammer 40,000: Gladius Craftworld Aeldari DLCSlitherine When Warhammer 40,000: Gladius debuted two-and-a-half years ago, both strategy and Warhammer 40K fans rejoiced—they finally had a combination of the grimdark future that the venerable Games Workshop IP presented, along with some excellent 4X strategy. Although a few critics felt that the game was a little too stripped…

Twin Mirrors Review

Twin MirrorsDontnod Entertainment Life is Strange was a series of episodic graphic adventure games that became relatively popular throughout this past decade. With their penchant for combining nice visuals, good writing, and unique subject matter, Dontnod Entertainment has pretty much inherited the crown of mature, narrative-driven games that Telltale Games once held. With their newest…

Due Process Review

Due ProcessGiant Enemy Crab I remember a time back when Tom Clancy tactical shooter games used to be good. Back before the pink tiger stripe weapon skins and rainbow-colored tassels dangling off of rifles, with totally unrealistic combatants—you know, the silliness that Rainbow Six: Siege has become? The first Rainbow Six games were incredible. They…