Dying Light: The Following Review – Thankfully Not Following The Bozak

Dying Light: The Following Techland Let me start by saying any of my gaming friends or anyone who reads my reviews on a regular basis knows that I’m not the biggest zombie fan. For me, zombies fit right in-between wolfmen and mummies, in other words, merely fare that perhaps would have been cool when I…

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Metal Gear Online Review – Something for Everyone

Metal Gear Online Kojima/Konami “Hey man, The Phantom Pain’s online component comes out for gaming PCs next week,” my gaming friend thoughtfully reminded me a couple of weeks ago. “Yeah, that’s what I hear,” I said. “So hopefully it’s better than the console versions. I hear those suck pretty bad, and that people just run…

H1Z1 (Early Access) Review – The Same ol’ Zombie Stuff, or Something More?

H1Z1 Daybreak Game Company I’m not the biggest fan of the whole over-exploited zombie genre, in any medium. There’s just nothing altogether scary about corpses shambling around which move so slowly that you can practically dance around them and not be in any real danger. Admittedly, the fast moving infected ones from the 28 films…

Counter-Strike Global Offensive Review – A Fast-Twitch Gamer’s Dream

  Counter-Strike Global Offensive Valve Games I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve had some rather unhealthy gaming addictions in the past. These began with the little gold box edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons games, such as Pool of Radiance and Champions of Krynn, which were the precursors to the now classic Bethesda RPGs…

The Telltale Walking Dead Series Review – A Unique Thrill Ride

  The Telltale Walking Dead Series Telltale Games If one looks back on my body of work as a game reviewer, a thread will begin to emerge. That common denominator is that I am infatuated by survival games, particularly of the survival horror variety. There’s just something about being isolated and cut off from the…