Police Simulator: Patrol Officers – Work Week Guide

Aesir Interactive’s Police Simulator: Patrol Officers is a very fun game that just debuted recently and has been catching a lot of attention. Gamers who like simulation games are especially excited. This is a guide to help guide (pun intended) you into the game and learn the work week and shifts. First things first—before starting…

Insurgency: Sandstorm Review – A Fun, if Unoriginal, Modern Day Shooter

Insurgency: Sandstorm New World Interactive/Focus Home Interactive Insurgency: Sandstorm recently blazed its way into the shooter genre, and its developers, New World Interactive, have billed it as both a “realistic” and “tactical” type of first-person shooter. In my eyes, this is only partially correct. Let me explain why… Insurgency: Sandstorm’s main draw are its thee…

Destiny 2: Forsaken Review – A Great Addition to a Relatively New Franchise

Destiny 2: Forsaken Bungie/Activision Gamers are a pretty picky bunch these days, and for the most part that’s understandable. Many developers out there release games that are unfinished, unpolished, or both in order to meet sometimes unrealistic deadlines. When they do that they risk releasing half-cooked games that are either panned outright, or make a…

Tom Clancy’s The Division Review – A Bodacious, Highly-Ballistic Bonanza

Tom Clancy’s The Division Ubisoft A few gaming friends and I carefully navigated our way down a dilapidated avenue near Manhattan’s once grand Grand Central Station, now a burned out shadow of its former glory. We’d just emerged victorious from a harrowing firefight (literally) with a large contingent of Cleaners—flamethrower wielding paramilitary types who had…

Far Cry Primal – Primitive Yet Polished Fun

I was sneaking through the underbrush as rays of sunshine cascaded in intricate patterns through the forest canopy high above. I was stalking a rare deer-like animal (at least that’s what it looked like from a distance) for its hide but didn’t want to get too close lest it scurry off on its much faster…

PlanetSide 2 Review – Everything but the Kitchen Sink

PlanetSide 2 Daybreak Game Company Here’s a recent discussion I had with a friend concerning PlanetSide 2: “You should try it, Ian. It’s really good and a lot deeper than most people give it credit for,” my friend said, almost pleadingly. I sighed. “I don’t know—I hear it’s just more or less a Battlefield game…