Sniper Elite 4 Review – The WW II Sniping Franchise Has Finally Arrived

Sniper Elite 4 Rebellion Developments My co-op partner and I had done pretty well, all things considered. We’d covertly infiltrated San Celini Island, located off the coast of Italy and smack dab in the Mediterranean Sea. We were on a mission to investigate a purportedly new super-missile weapon that the Nazis were developing, as well…

Hitman: Season One Review – A Masterfully Orchestrated Comeback

Hitman: Season One IO Interactive Adversity often develops one’s character as well as one’s resolution. Are we talking about Agent 47 here? We could be. But no, I’m referring to Japanese gaming conglomerate Square Enix. After the dismal performance of 2012’s Hitman: Absolution, the Japanese company hit some rather rough times, financially. One of the…

Hitman Episode 6: Hokkaido Review – The Fantastic Culmination to a Brilliant Reboot

Hitman Episode 6: Hokkaido IO Interactive I really enjoy stealth action games…no, I mean, really. They were some of the first games I cut my teeth on as a wee lad. Everything from the original Metal Gear game back in 1987, to the ingenious medieval period piece, Thief: The Darkness Project, where evasion was encouraged…

Hitman: Episode 4 – Bangkok Review – Totally Killer

Hitman: Episode 4 – Bangkok IO Interactive/Square Enix Cutting edge developer IO Interactive and their intrepid publisher Square Enix recently released the forth chapter in the new Hitman reboot—and frankly, I’ve been looking forward to where they were going next with the series. I say series, not in the traditional sense of the word as…

Metal Gear V: The Phantom Pain – Kojima’s Magnum Opus Shines Brightly

Metal Gear V: The Phantom Pain Konami/Kojima Productions Hideo Kojima’s long awaited opus; the fifth and final installment of the Metal Gear Solid franchise, comes roaring on to the stage, boisterously elbowing all other contenders for 2015’s Game of the Year award roughly out of the way. And why not? This is Kojima-san’s swan song;…