Category: Reviews

Gaming / by Sean Timm -

The Witness review

Modern gaming has changed a lot since the days of Myst and Riven. While at the time the point and click, single-screen slideshow-esque set up was considered an immersive open…

Gaming / by Sean Timm -

Oxenfree review

It’s hard not to admire what Oxenfree is trying to do. And in many ways it succeeds. Once the credits rolled however, it left me wanting more, but, sadly, not…

Gaming / by Sean Timm -

The Banner Saga (console) review

The word ‘epic’ gets thrown around a lot, especially in the world of video games. But few titles capture the truest, most traditional sense of the word as The Banner…

Gaming / by Sean Timm -

Gone Home: Console Edition review

Though it’s not as unique now as it was when it first came out on PC in 2013, there’s still something undeniably special about Gone Home. What has come to…

Components / by Patrick Nguyen -

Razer Deathstalker Chroma review

There’s just 5 days until Christmas, so let’s talk about some things you could buy for your beloved gamer! So let’s talk about the Razer Deathstalker Chroma. Releasing earlier this year,…

Gaming / by Tyler Chancey -

Xenoblade Chronicles X review

In recent years, Monolith Soft has won my heart with their games. There was Xenoblade Chronicles on the Wii, which eschewed a lot of recent JRPG trends in favor of…

Gaming / by Alana Fearnall -

Sentence Wars review

Update: Playmation Studios has explained that the push notifications go through the Game Center notification, but after double checking I still couldn’t find it. Notifications did automatically turn on once…

Gaming / by Adam Jones -

Bloodborne: The Old Hunters review

Bloodborne: The Old Hunters starts out with you revisiting somewhere very familiar, but somethings not quite right. The landscape has become twisted and malformed and it’s now inhabited with foes…

Gaming / by Nickolas Kusen -

Call of Duty: Black Ops III review

Since the initial release of Modern Warfare in 2007, Call of Duty has been a franchise Juggernaut. Year after year sales have proven the demand this series has created. Even a three year old…

Gaming / by Jesse Stafford -

Star Wars Battlefront review

It’s difficult to not be completely biased when it comes to a game with as much nostalgia and is as visually stunning as Star Wars Battlefront. Immediately noticeable is the…

Gaming / by Mike Nitroy -

Rise of the Tomb Raider review

“Lara, you’re going to give me a heart attack.” Lara Croft’s companion speaks these words at the beginning of Rise of the Tomb Raider, pinpointing the feelings of anyone who has…