A Spellbinding Grind – Wizard of Legend Review

When an independent developer sets out to create literal magic, one never expects it to come in the exact form of a wizard dungeon crawling video game with randomly generated areas and a rotating set of three bosses, but here … Read More

An Epic Evolved – God of War Review (Spoiler-Free)

The God of War series is no stranger to both epic story lines, combat and boss fights. In short, the term “epic” gets thrown around a lot when discussing the series and across its six main console installments and a cell … Read More

A Colossal Masterpiece. Again. – Shadow of the Colossus Review (PS4)

When I first played Shadow of the Colossus back in 2005 on the PlayStation 2, I was treated to a world of melancholy and majesty all in one. At that time, I was writing for a different internet publication, and … Read More

The Good, The Bad, and The Disappointing (2017 Edition)

I don’t know if you’ve noticed this about Digital Era Entertainment (much less DEE CORe) yet, but we revel in doing the conventional in the most unconventional ways possible. Because we honestly put all our effort into making a quality … Read More

Gaming’s Action Comics #775 (Super Mario Odyssey Game Review)

If you’re a fan of comic books or superheroes in general, most point to Superman being considered the first true superhero ever created. In fact, it’s his ideals and powersets that set the stage for the creation of the other … Read More

Greatness Off In the Distance (Horizon: Zero Dawn Game Review)

It seems the video game industry is just content with shoving a plethora of open world games at us until we drown in them, and alongside a multitude of releases in the genre we have a brand new IP from … Read More

E3 2017 – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

E3 has come and gone and for some the hype is still fresh in their hearts and minds despite the event being nearly two weeks past. Yours truly being the cautiously optimistic self that I am tended to stay a … Read More

Nier-ly There (Nier: Automata Game Review)

If there is one thing Nier: Automata can positively be pointed out for is how it goes against the traditional grain of the open world style of gaming. While other games tend to fill their worlds with bright colors and … Read More

The Triumph Of Destiny

It’s hardly a little known secret that of all the games I have played throughout my lifetime thus far, none have devoured so much of my consistent playtime as much as Destiny has. Since its release in September of 2014 … Read More

A Breath of Fresh Air (“The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” – Game Review)

Like many whom have played the Zelda series, most all harken back to Ocarina of Time as the one that catapulted the game and broke the mold on what the series could do. While I personally still feel A Link … Read More

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