Zombie Army 4: Dead War Review

Zombie Army 4: Dead War Rebellion Zombie Nazis have always been a pretty popular subgenre in film, which has steadily developed a ravenous (pun intended) cult following over the years. Game developer Rebellion thought it would make sense to make a game series that featured undead Nazis and so they’ve been steadily developing a franchise…

Mass Effect: Andromeda Review – An Interesting Space Romp

Mass Effect: Andromeda Bioware/Electronic Arts I’ll just say right off the bat, I’m a huge science fiction fan. Next to fantasy, science fiction has to be my favorite genre. In that regard, I’m pretty happy with the way things are going within the gaming industry right now, as there are a veritable plethora of science…

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…

Edge of Nowhere Review – Fortunately, the Scares are Very Real

Edge of Nowhere Insomniac Games I’m a big fan of weird fiction. What is weird fiction, you ask? Well, it was a genre defying catch-all phrase used to describe literary works that would today be considered horror (supernatural and otherwise), adventure, and even science fiction. In this way it pre-dates all of the cutesy little…