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Screamride Review

Frontier Developments and Microsoft Studios have brought us Screamride in hopes of exciting Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners with a new roller coaster building simulator. It’s too bad that the majority of the game is a bore and severely lacking in fresh or exciting content. Screamride takes place in a future where a company called Screamworks is trying to […]

Ori and the Blind Forest Review

When Microsoft showed off Ori and the Blind Forest for the first time at E3 2014, I was instantly enamored. I wanted to explore the beautiful world that Moon Studios has created. I’m incredibly happy to report that Ori delivers on every single front. It’s one of the best platformers released in years. You play as Ori, a glowing, cat-like […]

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 […]

Alien Isolation Review

It’s been 15 years since the events on the Nostromo disaster. The story of what happened to Ellen Ripley and the rest of the crew has yet to be discovered. It would be another 42 years before she was awoken once more. While some people are content with waiting, one woman was not: Amanda Ripley, the daughter of Ellen Ripley. […]

Lococycle Review

Developed by Twisted Pixel (the people behind Splosion Man and The Gunstringer) and released as a launch title for the Xbox One (with subsequent releases on the Xbox 360 and PC three months later), Lococycle is an on-rails shooter with an incredibly wacky premise. A highly advanced military grade motorcycle codenamed IRIS is being fixed up by her mechanic named […]

Roundabout Review

In a world, where video games like to play by the rules, one game stands to break a couple. That game? Roundabout. When Dan Teasdale, who’s probably best known for his work on games like Destroy All Humans and The Gunstringer, helped co-found No Goblin, a Seattle based game studio last year, many people wondered what his first game would […]

Sniper Elite III Review

A game based in World War 2, Sniper Elite III is very much about being tactical the tagline is “Observe. Plan. Execute. Adapt”. Every level, which is supposedly three times bigger than those found in Sniper Elite 2, starts with a cutscene explaining the current situation, as well as dropping hints about the best way to prepare. You are then […]

Child of Light Review

Child of Light is a whimsical, yet somewhat dark RPG/platformer game that takes heavy influence from story book fairy tales. The world has a magical charm to it, and takes a somewhat interesting spin on your traditional RPG. Child of Light was developed by Ubisoft for a multitude of platforms, but bare in mind, my experiences came from the Wii […]