Escape From Tarkov (Alpha) Review – Quite Possibly The Future of Action/RPG MMO’s

Escape From Tarkov Battlestate Games First person shooter games have arguably been the most popular genre of video games in the entire history of the gaming industry. Back in the early 90’s when fighting games were all the rage, first person shooters such as Wolfenstein 3D, and later Doom and Quake, began to emerge. Actually…

Rainbow Six Siege – Velvet Shell Update Review – A Unique Spin on the Established Tactical Formula

Rainbow Six Siege – Velvet Shell Update Ubisoft Our five on five battle had been whittled down to one vs. one. Blood splatters were displayed across many of the palatial party estate’s walls, accompanied by bullet holes both large and small. Playing as Jackal, one of Rainbow Six Siege’s new Spanish operators, I knew I…

Homefront: The Revolution review – Cool Story/So-so Game

Homefront: The Revolution Deep Silver I’ve always been a big fan of underdogs. Working with minimal resources and/or weapons and going up against superior (usually oppressive) forces utilizing asymmetric tactics is something that is visceral for me. I mean, I must have watched 1984’s Red Dawn about a hundred times (the 2012 retread was poop…

Stellaris Review – A Grand Affair

Stellaris Paradox Interactive Stellaris, Stellaris, Stellaris…where have you been all of these years? I almost feel like calling out, just as Marlon Brando once did: “Stellaaaaa…ris!” In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past few weeks, Stellaris is Paradox Interactive’s new grand strategy game with a science fiction twist, and boy, does…

Rainbow Six: Siege Dust Line DLC Review – Does it Add Enough?

Rainbow Six: Siege Dust Line Ubisoft When Rainbow Six: Siege was released last year it really changed the way the gaming PC world looked at modern first-person shooters. It brought us more compact arenas with plenty of crevices and cubbyholes to hide in and peep out from. It also introduced a whole level of environmental…