LucidSound LS30 Review

New kids on the block, LucidSound have sunk their teeth into the gaming headset market with their latest offerings becoming available around the world. Although the company is brand new, the founders of the ... Read More...
I am Setsuna, JRPG, Tokyo RPG Factory

I Am Setsuna Review: Frigid emotions

Since the announcement for I Am Setsuna, the game was touted as an homage to the legendary SNES hit title, Chrono Trigger. From the very beginning of the game, this fact becomes incredibly apparent with the introduction of a 'mute' sword-wielding protagonist, ... Read More...
World of Warcraft Legion

World of Warcraft: Legion Review

World of Warcraft: Legion is a fun game. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have flaws. Growing up playing World of Warcraft, I never imagined a time when I wouldn’t play the game, or that it wouldn’t be aroun... Read More...
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Review

Even today, the original Deus Ex is spoken of with reverence and enduring love from those that played the game when it came out in 2000. The 2011 reboot/prequel Human Revolution had the monumental task of bring... Read More...

Monster Hunter Generations Review

After the resounding success of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Capcom has dived back in with Monster Hunter Generations. Released as Monster Hunter X (pronounced 'cross') in Japan, the game serves as a celebration of the franchise by bringing back monsters, stages... Read More...

Bound review

In Bound, the main character jumps, twirls, and dances across your screen with grace, but the game doesn't quite stick the landing. Visually, Bound strikes near perfection thanks to its vibrant color palette... Read More...
no man's sky

No Man’s Sky review

From even the most basic description, No Man’s Sky is a hard game to wrap your head around. The moment that ‘18 quintillion planets’ number gets dropped in your lap, everything you thought you knew about gaming... Read More...
Suicide Squad

Suicide Squad review: What was Warner Bros. thinking?

The cinematic DC Extended Universe got off to a troubling start with Man of Steel and its subpar sequel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. But despite those films’ flaws, Suicide Squad has been highly anticipated since it was first announced. While the lates... Read More...