Two words: Ashtray Maze Remedy Entertainment, the studio behind Max Payne, Alan Wake, and Quantum Break, have created what is possibly one of the most under-advertised titles in recent memory … Continue reading Control – A Dark Horse for Game of the Year
After 10 years away almost nothing has changed.
Nintendo has another hit on its hands.
The true successor to Castlevania is here.
Mental health, even today, is difficult to discuss openly. It is however, a topic that is often discussed in a number of independent games, which is a welcome change from … Continue reading Sea of Solitude – In Uncharted Waters
For years, Game of Thrones was considered one of the best shows on television. It was well paced, had amazing production values, and its consistency was key to its popularity. … Continue reading Game of Thrones – A lackluster end to a great series
Over a decade in the making and Kingdom Hearts III is well worth the wait.
The longstanding series continues with another strong entry. Mega Man 11 is worth your time.
A fantastically strange film, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs is one of the best films of the year.
*Impressions will be at the top. The review will be at the bottom* A Different Kingdom Ni No Kuni II couldn’t be more different than it’s predecessor. Gone is the … Continue reading Ni No Kuni II Review
Game of the Year and multiplayer hasn’t even been added yet. Rockstar has another winner on its hands.
Solid yet unspectacular, Shadow of the Tomb Raider is the least memorable of the rebooted series.