Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood Review

Werewolf: The Apocalypse – EarthbloodCyanide Playing as an anti-hero has always been popular in video games, as you weren’t able to do so before the gaming industry came along—people could only watch them on TV or read about them in novels and comic books. From X-Men’s Wolverine to Charles Bronson in Deathwish, until the past…

Cultist Simulator Review

Cultist SimulatorWeather Factory As a gamer, I’ve only just recently begun to delve into card games. My first foray was with Warhammer Underworlds: Online. Well, I guess that isn’t really a “pure” card game since it contains die rolls as well. So, when I saw Weather Factory’s debut game, Cultist Simulator, I instantly became curious…

The Medium Review

The MediumBloober Team Survival horror games have become a mainstay within the gaming industry, mainly due to the impact they made in the 1990s. You had everything from the burgeoning Resident Evil and Silent Hill franchises, to more unusual games such as the Clock Tower titles. More recently, adventure and exploration games have been becoming…

Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla Review

Assassin’s Creed: ValhallaUbisoft Montreal Open-world games have become quite the rage in recent times. Part of their allure is that they are considered anti-“on-the-rails” experiences. In other words, as opposed to games that focus on driving the player through a series of rigid, scripted events, with little (or no) opportunity for deviation from the game’s…

Halo: The Master Chief Collection Review

Halo: The Master Chief Collection3D3 Industries, Xbox Game Studio Boy, is this compilation of games a whopper! In total, the Halo: The Master Chief Collectionincludes 65+ campaign missions and around 120 multiplayer maps. I’ve reviewed each of them in chronological order (along with their pluses and minuses) according to the series lore. By the way,…

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…