By: Matt Alexander FINALLY!!! “Not A Hero”, is out after almost a year delay. The result is a short but brutal addition to the main story as Chris Redfield (complete with new facial structure) chases down those responsible for the Baker estate drama. New enemies and paramilitary buddies provide a nice contrast to the main … Continue reading RE7 New Free DLC
Category: Video Game Reviews
The Mummy: Demastered – Review
Day 3 By: Matt Alexander Remember that Tom Cruise movie that went by the same name as a series of Brendan Frasier movies? Well, it’s okay that you don’t. The former was made into an equally forgettable video game, but, just like all Tom Cruise movies, it’s worth a few hours to watch a miniature … Continue reading The Mummy: Demastered – Review
Barkley, Shut Up and Jam: Gaiden – is a thing?!
We are in the middle of the NBA playoffs, and that means we are treated (or not) to a lot of the TNT crew. That means plenty of Charles Barkley. Love him or hate him, he has been one of the most recognizable NBA personalities of the past 3 decades. In recognition of his stellar … Continue reading Barkley, Shut Up and Jam: Gaiden – is a thing?!
Hot Takes Vol. 2: Popular Games That Destroy Your Faith In Democracy!
By: Matt Alexander Are you ready for another savage af teardown of semi-popular games? I don't care, that's what you're getting! Alien: Isolation- Crouch-walk through a giant spaceship as the distant relative of the real Ridley as you piece together an equally uninteresting backstory. Get mauled by human, android, and alien alike. 3/10 For Honor- … Continue reading Hot Takes Vol. 2: Popular Games That Destroy Your Faith In Democracy!
Resident Evil Series Review: Aiming Up, Mind Blown!
*Editor's Note: With the launch of the highly anticipated Resident Evil 7, we decided to take a look back into the legendary horror videogame franchise. Take a walk down nostalgia lane with us as we recount the memorable (and not so memorable) titles that make up the vaunted series. This is a primer for our RE7 … Continue reading Resident Evil Series Review: Aiming Up, Mind Blown!
Invisible Inc. Review: A Secret Message for Woke Gamers
By: Matt Alexander Do you get it? It's a pun. Because it sounds like "invisible ink". #paranomasia Sigh … Moving on, "Invisible, Inc." by Canadian developer Klei Entertainment is delightfully bro. It's Mission Impossible for PC nerds (it's also on PS4 and Steam). The story plays out thusly: Corporations have taken over the world in … Continue reading Invisible Inc. Review: A Secret Message for Woke Gamers
Final Fantasy III Throwback Review: Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing, Baby!
By: Matt Alexander We ain't talking 'bout practice, this the real thing. Yes, the REAL Final Fantasy III -- not the one with double the number and double the bits -- brings some swag in the form of 8-bit battling (or enhanced graphics, depending on which version you're playing). First it was on NES, but only … Continue reading Final Fantasy III Throwback Review: Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing, Baby!
Dragon Fantasy: The Black Tome Of Ice Review
*Editor's Note: You can get this off of Steam or the PlayStation Network. By: Matt Alexander You might be saying, "Damn, that's an awesome name" or , "who would name their game something like that?" or maybe even, "why the tome gotta be black?". Fear not, gamers, this title will cover less than none of your … Continue reading Dragon Fantasy: The Black Tome Of Ice Review
Oceanhorn: Master of Uncharted Seas Review
By: Matt Alexander If ever there were a time to get back to your roots, now is that time. This game is throwback to simpler gaming, when saving the world and collecting coins was all the motivation you needed. "Oceanhorn: Master of Uncharted Seas" is an homage to "git 'er done". First things first about … Continue reading Oceanhorn: Master of Uncharted Seas Review
Parasite Eve: A December to Remember!
By: Matt Alexander Who doesn't love Christmas time? One-horse open sleighs, lights in the park, and the blood-curdling screams of smoldering innocents … "Parasite Eve", Squaresoft's effort from 1998, provides these and maybe even a little more! This survival horror action-RPG (yes, it is all of those things) is a short bit of fun with … Continue reading Parasite Eve: A December to Remember!