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Lords of the Fallen

First thing’s first. Like other reviews, mentions of Dark Souls will be made. The game does stand on it’s own merits but comparing it to From Software’s game helps put some things into perspective; we will keep them to a minimum if possible. So with that said, do we recommend Lord’s of the Fallen? Well here we go!

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Destined to be Alone: Day Four, Final Impressions and Review

Late but it’s done. This segment I meant. Day Four is here and I won! I finished Mars and hit level 20 to start a new saga on my journey to… well, be better at Destiny.

Look at that thang!

Look at that thang!

I was taken back the first time I saw the Cabal. They were nothing like the previous enemies. Big, huge space marine type enemies. They fell easy enough, but posed a challenge once I started fighting Centurions. Continue reading

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The Evil Within: First Impressions

I finally got a chance this week to sit down with The Evil Within from Tango Gameworks. I spent a good hour and a half with it and went through a rollercoaster of emotions as I played it. They were not the emotions you may think. The game didn’t scare me at all so far. I went from excited anticipation, elation, disappointment, eye-rolling, perseverance and finally relief once I saw what the game will actually be like. Continue reading


NHL 15 PS4 Demo, Let’s do this!

Let’s take a look at the new NHL15 Demo that came out today (PS4).

…pretty sure I noticed the animations… Next time, we type a script first!

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Tomb Raider Definitive Edition

I was a fan of this game the first time I played it on the PC. I ended up buying it on the Xbox360 as well. It’s easily one of my favorite games in recent history. I was a fan of the original Tomb Raiders as well back in the PS1 days which may be a reason I enjoy the reboot so much.

With the lack of games out for the PS4 I decided to pick up a copy of Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition. I figured I already know I like the game and have played through it multiple times now, enjoying it every time. So if the PS4 can offer up an even better experience then I’m game, and as soon as I fired it up I could tell it was going to be a great experience again. Continue reading


Wolfenstein: The New Order

I am not a professional reviewer, but I am an avid gamer. I play games for fun, not for competition or online bragging rights. I grew up playing games for fun and got hooked. I say that to give a glimpse into how I am going to review this game. It will be much like my Windows Phone 8 review where it’s from my point of view and how I receive the content. I will keep it a bit vague as to not accidentally spoil anything but some things are inevitable so read with that in mind.

So to start, it’s a fantastic game. It’s exactly what I would think a current generation Wolfenstein would be. But there are some flaws that take away from the experience, but only slightly. Let’s begin at the top, the introduction to the events that are about to unfold set the stage for a game with a serious tone. That is until you eat dog food to regain health. The story, I feel, is pretty good and I enjoy the premise. If I were looking for a believable story, this ain’t it, but I buy it as it is presented with enough depth that it works for the game. It won’t change how you view shooters from now on but it moves the action along and keeps you entertained. You will shortly find that the story is also a bit dumb, but that’s by design it would seem. It has enough funny or stupid moments and comments to interrupt the serious tone that it all feels like it works.

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