Another entry in this beautiful and stunning Dark Souls comic book series. In my previous review, I mentioned how the art style is one of the best aspects of about Continue Reading »
This is the final issue of this four-part miniseries of Assassin’s Creed Origins. Please read my previous reviews in case you haven’t been following this fun side story featuring Aya from Continue Reading »
Dan Smith is living the dream. In 2016, he won the BAFTA Young Game Designers Award for the prototype of his game, ‘The Spectrum Retreat’, at just 18-years-old. Now, with the backing of Ripstone Games, he is releasing the game for Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC this month.
I have never played a Crash Bandicoot game until I tried out Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy, a remaster that includes Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, and Crash Bandicoot 3: Continue Reading »
The Red Faction series of games has gone through many iterations and changes in the three console generations that the series has been around. The first two games on the Continue Reading »
After watching Nintendo’s E3 conference, I decided to try Fortnite on my Nintendo Switch. I found the game to be addicting, fun, and at points intense. Despite being terrible at shooters, Continue Reading »
I have never experienced the game Asteroids. I’ve only ever heard of it in retro videos and articles. But Solaroids: Prologue is a game that takes the vision of the classic Continue Reading »
The Jetson family had Rosie the Robot Maid. Doctor Who had K-9. The Fantastic Four had H.E.R.B.I.E. Having a personal robot at your beck and call to aid, support you is one of advances of the modern age.
The Hitman series is famous for presenting players with a target and a sandbox and then let players run wild. This leads to some innovative ways that players have completed Continue Reading »
It has been some 14 years in the making but finally The Incredibles family has been Legoized. Besides being included in the now regrettably defunct Disney Infinity game – Yes, I enjoyed the Pirates of the Caribbean, Incredibles and the Star Wars a whole heck of a lot – and the entertaining Rise of the Underminer, Frozone and the Parr family haven’t carved out their niche in the video game universe until now. Lego The Incredibles does chisel out a place for them but with mixed results.
I have enjoyed Pokémon for a very long time, and I grew up playing Generations Three and Four. I was excited when, at 2017’s E3, Nintendo announced a Pokémon “core Continue Reading »
Sure, they have super strength, can turn into a wolf or fog and live forever but it still sucks being a vampire. And, I am talking a REAL vampire not any of those teenage sparkle vampires either.
How in the world do you write a comic around a simple arena shooter like Quake Champions? You have to be very clever and very imaginative to make the most of that scenario. You have to be writer Ram V.
Dark Souls isn’t going to be outdone by the likes of Bloodborne’s own comic book series! Bloodborne: The Death of Sleep is a series filled with mystery that explores the darkness of illness Continue Reading »
“Golfy Golf is a charming new spin on the classic gentleman’s game.” That is a quote from the game’s store page on Steam and I think it’s an appropriate one. Continue Reading »
Roguelike games have always been challenging. In my opinion, RPGs that have permanent death are the most challenging of these kinds of games. These kinds of games take the whole Continue Reading »
When I was a kid I remember the release of Martin Scorsese’s The Last Temptation of Christ. Not because I saw the film or was even curious about seeing it. I just recall the firestorm surrounding it. Despite the disclaimer that the film was not based on the Gospels but just Nikos Kazantzakis’ fictional account of the life of Christ, the release was plagued by massive protests.
Each issue of Assassin’s Creed: Origin starts off with a small epilogue involving Cleopatra and her son. She is training her son in the ways of armed combat and crucial aspects Continue Reading »
Cbilab VR Studios is a Turkish based company hoping to put out their first game, Manmade, in May 2019. I say hoping because it is going to be an episodic game Continue Reading »
The idea that the future holds a resurgence of gladiatorial combat is a popular idea for video games. The premise of characters fighting in an arena to the death works Continue Reading »
Coffee Crisis, developed and published by Mega Cat Studios, is a side scrolling beat-em-up following in the footsteps of giants like Streets of Rage. It stars protagonists Nick and Ashley, the owners of Continue Reading »
The term ‘retro game’ has been somewhat overused lately when it comes to pixel art games. Tomb Towers, however, is very much a retro game. More so than it’s art Continue Reading »
The intense and suspenseful game-play of Murderous Pursuits, developed and published by Blazing Griffin, is perfectly balanced with its ridiculous and absurd moments. It’s an intense game of cat and mouse on board Continue Reading »
The Thin Silence tells the tale of a man named Ezra Westmark, who struggles with depression and PTSD. He struggles with the loss of a loved one and a strained Continue Reading »
Video game dads aren’t exactly Father of the Year material. Bowser and Donkey Kong allow their children to tempt all manner of dangers. Mr. Burnside from Resident Evil: Code Veronica rips off the Umbrella Corporation and that gets his wife shot full of holes and him, his son imprisoned.
The second issue in this mini-series offers what the first issue didn’t, exposition! You start to learn about the characters and the world of Yharnam and the Bloodborne franchise. The Continue Reading »
I feel like I’m gonna get a lot of hate for this, but I actually didn’t enjoy the third generation of Pokemon as much as other games in the series. Continue Reading »
Titan Quest is an amazing isometric, action RPG but the experience is marred by a lackluster port to home consoles. Embark on an epic journey to conquer all the Titans Continue Reading »
We’ve enjoyed reliving the classic Pokemon games, and were ecstatic playing Pokemon Gold once more on Gameboy Advance. Gold was my first Pokemon game. It was the second gen Continue Reading »
Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War III is a fantasy/military based tabletop game with extensive lore. There are books, video games, comics, and much more based on the Warhammer 40K franchise. Continue Reading »
It’s springtime in the Northern part of the world, and for sports fans in America, that means that the basketball season is winding down and the baseball season is beginning Continue Reading »
Ever since making huge waves at Microsoft’s keynote back in 2016, Sea of Thieves has gotten a lot of attention and a lot of hype. The news was even more tantalizing because storied developer, Rare, was at the helm of this fresh new IP. One could say a lot is on this swashbuckling journey for Rare and Microsoft.
I’ve decided to look back at the Pokemon games that I used to play in my childhood. Boy has it been a ride for me. Compared to modern games, the Continue Reading »
Stop me if you have heard this before. A strange aristocrat invites a motley crew to their mansion under very mysterious circumstances.
Scribblenauts Showdown is a multiplayer party game based on the hit franchise. Bring up to 4 players for a fun slew of mini-games and create objects using words. It’s a Continue Reading »
Made by Incendium, the early-access of Phantom Halls caught my interest almost instantly. As someone that is very bad with horror, I honestly played this game on the edge of Continue Reading »
What is the easiest way to scare somebody? Is it to play on primal fears, slowly building tension until the audience can’t take it anymore and then ratchet up that Continue Reading »
Remaster is not a new term in the gaming realm. At one point a company releasing a remaster was seen as something terrible. Now, more and more classic games are Continue Reading »
I have played a lot of PlayStation VR titles and none of them are like Moss. Moss is a puzzle/adventure game that focuses on you, the reader, and Quill, your Continue Reading »
Originally released in 1993 on the SNES, Secret of Mana provided JRPG fans with a solid yet straightforward role-playing experience. Its characters, narrative and combat were no doubt familiar to fans of the genre but still made for a welcome experience in a time where JRPGs were a dime a dozen.
0°N 0°W from developers Colorfiction has been by far the most mind-blowing game that I have played to this date. Honestly, when I first heard of it I had lower expectations. Continue Reading »
When I was growing up there is no way in world that a game like Payday 2 would ever be released on a “family friendly” Nintendo console. Robbing banks? Killing police officers? No way that content would ever see the light of day in Mario’s world.
Titan Comics’ Assassin Creed: Origins explores a tale of Aya in her younger days; which is set before the events of the game. This first issue starts off with an amazing Continue Reading »
No matter which culture you come from, your stories are a crucial part of your history. Whether it is the urban legends that haunt your society, the mythological tales that are handed down from generation to generation or the annals of your family members, our history defines us.
From Paddles to Joysticks to D-Pads to Shoulder Buttons the video game controller has evolved over the last 40 years, what we have in modern times seems to be an Continue Reading »
Remnants of Naezith is a 2D platformer that will absolutely satisfy any needs you have for speedy and fun gameplay. The time I have spent with the game has been Continue Reading »
The typical setting for fantasy, the sword and shield and magic setting, has often been used in video games. RPGs have most often set themselves in this era. This setting Continue Reading »
Star Fox soars. Battletoads bash. Jim is an earthworm. Donkey Kong drives Mario bananas. And, Conker does what Conker does.
A brand new comic book series based on PlayStation’s Bloodborne franchise. At first, it seemed odd to make a comic book using a game whose narrative isn’t on the forefront. Continue Reading »
Following the events of Dishonored 2, Dishonored: The Peeress and The Price takes readers on a daring mission with the royal family of Dunwall, Emily Kaldwin and her father Corvo. A new threat is rising to take over their thrown and they will stop at nothing to end it. Staying true to the Dishonored universe is exactly what this comic does. It captures Dunwall in a dark and different art style that many fans of the franchise will enjoy.