• Holiday Gift Guide 2018

    The festive season began the moment Halloween ended and that leaves more than enough time to really get into the spirit of the season. That’s means we’ve got ample time to consider what types of gifts to get our friends and family. Once again, we’ve combed through deals and...
  • Review: ASUS ROG Zephyrus M 15.6″ Gaming Laptop

    The ASUS ROG Zephyrus M delivers an unforgettable gaming experience as it perfectly incorporates sought after gaming elements while delivering a powerhouse of performance and paying close attention to the aesthetics that it offers. Performance driven laptops normally fall upon the heavier side of the spectrum, but this is...
  • Review: Persona 3: Dancing In Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing In Starlight

    A few years back we got a taste of a rhythm-based game set in the Persona universe with Persona 4: Dancing All Night. I reviewed that game on the PlayStation Vita and came out craving another game like this. In 2018, we’re getting two new games – Persona 3:...
  • Review: Red Dead Redemption 2

    From the moment I began my journey to the moment credits rolled, I was at an impasse on how to feel about the game. In eight years, so much has changed. My gaming habits when I was in my early twenties do not reflect my current gaming habits. It’s...
  • Review: Pokémon Let’s Go, Pikachu And Let’s Go, Eevee

    It took twenty years but 2018 marks the debut of a high definition version of Pokémon. Pokémon Let’s Go, Pikachu and Let’s Go, Eevee are out this week for the Nintendo Switch. After a dozen hours playing this game, I’ve come to enjoy the new changes, but I feel...
  • Review: Tetris Effect

    Tetris is a puzzle video game that was first created by Russian game designer Alexey Pajitnov in 1984 while studying artificial intelligence in Moscow. It continues to be the best-selling video game to date having sold over one hundred and seventy million copies to date. Tetris Effect is the...
  • Review: PlayStation PlayLink’s Knowledge is Power: Decades and Chimparty

    Players may be looking to relax and unwind as we head into the final days of 2018. Something easy-going, and perhaps packed with a whole lot of character. The newest additions to PlayStation’s PlayLink catalogue fits the bill. Knowledge is Power: Decades and Chimparty both hit the PSN Store...
  • Review: Call Of Cthulhu

    Call of Cthulhu offers a Lovecraftian adventure that will bring players directly through the many horrors and hallucinations that the darkness has to offer. The protagonist’s troubled past also aids in highlighting the many psychological effects that can result from the discovery of demonic occurrences and the mindless slaughter...
  • Review: Diablo 3: Eternal Collection

    Fans of the iconic dungeon-crawling RPG franchise were ecstatic to learn that Diablo 3 would be hitting consoles in 2013. One year after the launch on PC, Diablo 3 was met with an outstanding commercial reception on both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The following year, Blizzard announced...
  • Review: TowerFall

    The game that laid the foundation for the masterpiece that is Celeste has made its way to the switch. Towerfall is a 2D action game that is similar to Super Smash Brothers as you play against friends in a chaotic battle or solo or on a team to traverse...
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