Quantum Break

There is no denying that Quantum Break is a fun game, even if it is a flawed one. Prior to its release there was so much talk about how it would innovate with a new form of media entertainment by fusing action gameplay with a high quality cinematic experience. It’s unfortunate then to report that…

Firewatch

Deep in the woods surrounded by trees, lakes, and wildlife you stand at your tower watching for signs of wildfire. What should have been a peaceful few months is interrupted when a dark figure is seen in the distance one night. You call out hoping it’s just a camper but receive nothing in return. This…

Marvel Heroes Omega

While the PC version has been out for some time now, Marvel Heroes Omega represents the series jump to the home consoles. Appearing on the PS4 first (which is already in beta and the basis of this review) and then a month later making its way to Xbox One. If you are not familiar with…

Skylar and Plux

Skylar and Plux: Adventure on Clover Island is a new entry into the 3D buddy platformer genre that rose to fame during the PS2 era with series featuring two character names as the title. If you have every played something like Ratchet and Clank or Jak and Dexter, you will feel right at home with…

Demon’s Crystals

When you start up a game that you have no idea what you are about to encounter there is a sense of curiosity but at the same time a sense of nervousness. Demon’s Crystals is not, by any means, a “new” game. The game originally released on PC back in early 2016. It is your…

Prey

Once upon a time there was a game called Prey that was released in 2006. It flew under the radar and was only praised by hardcore gamers who praised it every chance they got. This seems to be the reason why a 2017 remake (not remastering) of the game came out. The 2006 Prey was…

Doom

Doom is a blast to play. It really is that simple. Even though the franchise has been around for almost a quarter of a century, while almost stubbornly refusing to change its core formula, it still works. When it comes to expectations, there are no surprise twists, this game is about grabbing a shotgun and…

Lords of the Fallen

Within a few months of its release, the success of Dark Souls had become undeniable within the video game industry as players everywhere wept and rejoiced at its incredibly challenging but similarly rewarding style. The industry as a whole had often seen an influx of companies ‘striking when the iron was hot’ so to speak…