Better Than The Movies – Guardians of the Galaxy Review (PS5)

It really is a great feeling when a video game you thought nothing about winds up being better than you ever thought it would be. Such is the case for Eidos Montreal’s Guardian of the Galaxy game, which is a … Read More

Nintendo to Indies: “Hold My Energy Tank” – Metroid Dread Review (Nintendo Switch)

It goes without saying that the Metroid franchise is a staple series in my personal playbook of favorite game series or franchises of all time. Super Metroid is one of my personal favorite games ever made, and in my own … Read More

A Simple Elegance – Kena: Bridge of Spirits Review (PS5)

Occasionally a video game comes along that solidifies and cements our personal reasons on why we play video games. Sometimes it’s a triple A blockbuster with big budget production values and sometimes It’s a simple indie darling with a small … Read More

Resplendently Revisited – Nier Replicant Review (PS4)

The Nier series is one of those rare instances where a series is both a cult classic and a fevered cause of hype and amazement. This happens because those of us within the Yoko Taro fan club will adamantly remind … Read More

Riding Back and Forth With Nowhere to Go – Outriders Review (PlayStation 5/PC)

I’m very certain that somewhere, somehow a pitch meeting of a video game developer to a company for a game that included a little bit of Destiny, a dash of Diablo and Borderlands and the gameplay of Gears of War … Read More

A Bland Wonder – Balan Wonderworld Review (PS5)

One of the more unusual things I personally tend to do in gaming is strictly follow a developer’s game creations and willingly buy everything they either produce, develop, or work on. Developers like SUDA 51, Keiji Inafune and Hideo Kojima … Read More

A Fog In The Light – Destiny 2: Beyond Light and Season of the Hunt Review

Destiny 2 has been one of those live service games with many ups and downs since its release in 2017. Before that game dropped, I wrote about the success of Destiny as a franchise and how it is one of … Read More

Standing Tall – Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout Review

When is a battle royale game not a battle royale game? Can a battle royale game still be a battle royale game while not being a battle royale game? Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout attempts to answer those questions in the … Read More

Samurai, Ninja, and Monsters — Oh My! (GIBIATE First Impressions)

A samurai, a ninja, and a warrior monk walk into a ruined city infested by weird CG bug monsters… It sounds like the opening line to a bad joke, but that is basically how Studio Lunchbox and Studio Elle’s new … Read More

Animated Catharsis – Japan Sinks: 2020 (Review)

Author’s Note: It has been a really long time since I’ve written anything fandom related. This piece is definitely more like a review with sprinklings of my pure fan reactions here and there. (An actual fan reaction was unintelligible.) This … Read More

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