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Hideo Kojima’s swan song? Or a new chapter in MGS history.

  The latest chapter in the Metal Gear Solid franchise is poised, ready to leap from shelves and commit war on our wallets, but we have to ask, is this the end for the one of the greatest game developers of all time? Or is this just another cliffhanger that Hideo Kojima had planned all along? ... Read On

All hail the Nightmare Princess

All hail the Nightmare Princess

  Putting this out there before I dive into the review, this was my first Japanese game that I have had the ability to review. And well let’s just say it’s taken me a while to adjust to it. That said, Deception IV: The Nightmare Princess is a game that I had to warm up to, not to sa... Read On

Riddle me this, Riddle me that, Who is afraid of the Big Bad Bat?

Riddle me this, Riddle me that, Who is afraid of the Big Bad Bat?

In this third installment of the Arkham series, we find ourselves diving deeper into the gritty underworld we now come to know as Gotham City. We once again step into the life of the Caped Crusader in his fight to clean up the grimy city he loves so dearly. Batman: Arkham Knight opens up with a bang... Read On

Witcher 3 Impressions

Witcher 3 Impressions

Witcher 3.. is such a beautiful game, so beautiful I had to upgrade the rig I was playing the copy to review with on, it is definitely a resource hog but so worth it with how pretty everything looks the opening sequence shows a Immense battle between two armies and centering around a witch, which we... Read On

Omega Quintet Review

Omega Quintet Review

It’s not a state secret within my inner circle of friends that I am honestly not big into anime. Now, it could be because I just haven’t been exposed to the good stuff or maybe it’s just not meant for me. I’ve also mentioned numerous times that gaming and anime go hand-in-han... Read On

Toukiden Kiwami Review

Toukiden Kiwami Review

Remakes, Remodels, Clones, HD Remasters….all of these seem to be the latest craze in the gaming industry. Dynasty Warriors makers Omega Force have brought us Toukiden Kiwami a newer version of Toukiden Age of Demons previously releases on the Playstation Vita. Kiwami however is available on bo... Read On

Bladestorm: Nightmare Review

Bladestorm: Nightmare Review

Games created on historical facts and events tend to be fairly common these days. While you have franchises like Sengoku Basara or Dynasty Warriors that base themselves in actual warring eras, they tend to be a little bit over-the-top by changing certain story elements or character portrayals. S... Read On

Samurai Warriors 4 Review

Samurai Warriors 4 Review

There are a lot of people who are familiar with the ever popular Dynasty Warriors series that has been running for many years across several different consoles. Sadly though, the Samurai Warriors series has managed to fall off the radar a bit, but with Omega Force comes back strong with this new ent... Read On

In Space We Brawl Review

In Space We Brawl Review

Shmups(Shoot’em ups for you non-gaming lingo folks)have evolved heavily over the years. Beginning with Spacewar! for the PDP-1 back in 1962, the shmup genre has come an incredibly long way and those early innovations gave rise to simplistic shmups like 1943, Raiden and Contra to more challengi... Read On

Indie Game Review: Defense Grid 2

Indie Game Review: Defense Grid 2

Defense Grid: Awakening was released in 2008 and six years later we get a sequel. After so long, can we trust Hidden Path Entertainment to make a sequel to one of the best Tower Defense games in the last 10 years? You can only change a game so much before it starts to look like a totally different p... Read On

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