Arma 3: Contact DLC Review – A Decent DLC That Tries to Go Outside of the Norm

Arma 3: Contact DLCBohemia Interactive Arma 3 has long been established as one of the world’s preeminent, hardcore, first-person military simulator. It has aged pretty well—considering it came out in 2014, it’s graphics hold up decently to other, more modern shooters (and in some cases, surpasses them). The game’s various DLC, released over the years,…

Squad (Alpha Update 12) Review – A Massive Update to an Already Epic Shooter

Squad (Alpha Update 12) Offworld Industries As far as military-themed shooters go, a Battlefield 2 mod called Project Reality is the greatest of all of them, in my opinion. It featured huge maps, vehicle-based, combined arms warfare, and a strong emphasis on communication and teamwork. After a full ten years of development, PR’s player base…

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam Bushranger Update Review – A Shot in the Arm for One of the Best Shooters of the Year

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam Bushranger Update Tripwire Interactive Tripwire’s Rising Strom franchise took a big chance recently, by departing the rather safety net and familiar territory of World War 2, and switching that up with Vietnam. While I did like the original Rising Storm, which pitted the Americans against Japan in the Pacific theater, WW…

Call of Duty: Black Ops III—A Nonsensical Overload on the Senses

Call of Duty: Black Ops III Treyarch Studios Everyone knows that I am very upfront and vocal in my vehemence and general distain for the Call of Duty franchise. Running around haphazardly like some sort of spastic orangutan, leaping this way and that and shooting at anything that is shiny or moves fast appeals to…