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Amplitude Review

The classic music/rhythm game Amplitude by Harmonix was originally released on the Playstation 2 in 2003, and now the series has made a return with a new crowdfunded title on PS4. How does Amplitude hold up after a over a decade of absence? Amplitude’s gameplay is simple, yet very tight. You must hit three different notes while going down a […]

Dragonball Xenoverse Review

(Note:  This review covers the PS4 version of Dragonball Xenoverse) If you’re a Dragonball fan and like video games then chances are that you’ve probably played a Dragonball video game before and know what to expect from the game’s story mode where you play through the Frieza, Cell, and Buu, sagas. However, Dragonball Xenoverse takes a very different approach because […]

Slender: The Arrival Review

(Note: This review specifically covers the Wii U version of Slender: The Arrival) For those few who are unfamiliar with this iconic horror game, Slender: The Arrival is a game developed by Blue Isle Studios based off of the famous creepy-pasta, Slender Man. The game starts off with you getting out of your crashed car in the middle of the […]

Escape Dead Island Review

Developed by Swedish game studio Fatshark, Escape Dead Island is a non-canonical spin-off of the Dead Island franchise and follows the story of Cliff Calo. Cliff is determined to figure out what happened on the island of Banoi, where the first game took place, so he decides to set sail with a group of his friends to find the truth […]

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Review

The tagline for Call of Duty Advanced Warfare is “power changes everything.” With Sledgehammer Games first solo foray into the long running franchise, they try to go above and beyond in proving that statement as fact. Running on a brand-new engine designed with next-gen consoles in mind and taking the story and setting 30 years into the future, where exoskeletons […]

Duck Dynasty: The Video Game Review

Based on the hit A&E program of the same name and published through Activision, Duck Dynasty The Video Game puts you in the shoes of John Luke Robertson, the son of Duck Commander CEO Willie Robertson, as he takes an internship working under Jace and Cousin Beaux learning what it means to be a well-rounded Robertson. That means mastering duck […]

Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments Review

Developed by Frogwares, Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments is the seventh entry in the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes series and the first to be released for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. Working on the Unreal Engine instead of the Motion Capture Engine they used for previous entries in the series, the first thing you’ll notice is how much the […]

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax Review

Since its inception, the Shin Megami Tensei series has experienced a number of spin-offs, with one of its most popular being the Persona series. In recent years, the Persona series has taken on a life of its own, with the massively popular Persona 4 receiving two animated series, a Vita rerelease, a dancing spin-off and now two fighting games developed […]

Akiba’s Trip: Undead and Undressed Review

Have you ever found yourself playing Shenume or one of the Yakuza games and wished it had just been more Otaku and sillier? If you answered yes to the question, then Akiba’s Trip: Undead and Undressed, the sequel to 2011’s Japan-only Akiba’s Trip, is perfect for you. Taking place entirely in the Akihabara district, the otaku capital of the world, […]

Xblaze Code: Embryo Review

Developed by Arc System Works and released in North America through Akysys Games, Xblaze: Code Embryo is a visual novel prequel to the Blazblue fighting game franchise. Taking place 50 years before the Dark War and 150 years before Calamity Trigger, the first game in the main series, the game follows Touya Kagari, a Japanese high school student who discovers […]