Due ProcessGiant Enemy Crab I remember a time back when Tom Clancy tactical shooter games used to be good. Back before the pink tiger stripe weapon skins and rainbow-colored tassels dangling off of rifles, with totally unrealistic combatants—you know, the… Read More »Due Process Review
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Post Scriptum Periscope Games/Offworld Industries In all my years as a game reviewer, there have been very few times where I’ve been as challenged in reviewing a game as I am now. An avid tactical shooter/military simulation geek, I’ve had… Read More »Post Scriptum Review – NOT the Whole Enchilada, Yet
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands: Ghost War Ubisoft When Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands first came out earlier this year, it was both lauded and maligned by two distinct sets of gamers. One contingent dismissed the game outright because… Read More »Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands: Ghost War Review – Solid, Tactical, Multiplayer Fun
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands – Fallen Ghosts DLC Ubisoft The shooter genre (first and third person) is going stronger than ever right now, and its popularity shows no signs of abating. The genre as a whole can basically be… Read More »Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands – Fallen Ghosts DLC Review – Worth the Wait?
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands Ubisoft I can only imagine what perhaps went down during a Ubisoft development meeting. Developer A: “Well, we’ve been trying to make the perfect open-world shooter for a while now.” Developer B: “Yeah, we have.”… Read More »Ghost Recon Wildlands Review – A Wide Open Bullet Ballet
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… Read More »Rainbow Six Siege – Velvet Shell Update Review – A Unique Spin on the Established Tactical Formula
Doom id Software/Bethesda Many months ago, when I’d originally heard about id Software (the developer) and Bethesda (the publisher) teaming up in order to produce the next Doom game, I was ecstatic. For me, the news brought back warm and… Read More »Doom Review – Flashback to the Future?
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… Read More »Stellaris Review – A Grand Affair
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… Read More »Rainbow Six: Siege Dust Line DLC Review – Does it Add Enough?
Squad Offworld Industries I still remember loading up my first game of Squad just days ago. I was thrust into one of the six maps that Squad, still in its Alpha stage, has on offer—called Logar Valley. Logar is a… Read More »Squad (Alpha) Review – A Promising New Tactical Shooter