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Warriors Orochi 4 – Nintendo Switch Review

Warriors Orochi 4 (WO4) is the latest entry in the “Warriors Orochi” series from publisher Koei Tecmo for Switch/Xbox/PS4/PC. It’s a fairly standard Warriors style game at first play, jumping you right into the action with very little fanfare. New comers to the series in particular (this humble reviewer included) …

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Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist DLC – Review

Victor is here with his review of Marvel’s Spider-Man The City That Never Sleeps The Heist DLC!

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Eximius: Seize the Frontline – Review

Somewhere between Call of Duty and Microsoft’s Age or Empires lies Eximius: Seize the Frontline. A first person shooter that with the push of a button becomes a real time strategy game. Like Call of Duty it’s a first person shooter where you run through the streets of a war …

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MeatPossible: Chapter 1.5 Review

To be perfectly honest, at first, I thought this game was absolutely horrible. I had only played for 40-50 minutes so I assumed the rest of the game was going to be like what I had experienced in that brief amount of time. The general impression I got was that …

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Okami HD – Nintendo Switch Review

To be perfectly honest, before being assigned this game, I didn’t know much about Okami. I vaguely remember seeing the artwork/cover of the game from when it was first released back in 2006, but besides that, I didn’t play the game. It’s not that it didn’t interest me, it was …

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The Crew 2 – Review

In Crew 2, colliding head first with another car or clipping a building with a plane is no big deal. Vehicles barley take visible damage and after a quick reset the music keeps pumping and the race goes on. If it wasn’t obvious, Crew 2 doesn’t treat racing too seriously. …

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Detroit: Become Human – Review

Developer Quantic Dream has made a name for itself providing games that find a sweet spot between player choice and fixed story moments. Their latest game from writer/director David Cage, Detroit: Become Human, promotes player autonomy while thematically questioning the limits of control in a world dominated by technology. Through …

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God of War – Review

“We do what we please, boy. No excuses.” Kratos growls to his son, Atreus, near the beginning of 2018’s God of War reboot.  It’s a bold statement that the developers at Santa Monica Studio have taken to heart in retooling their revered God of War series. In 2013, after years …

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Infernium – Review

Infernium is a game that categorizes itself as a survival horror version of Pac-Man, but after having spent thirteen hours with this game, it’s best to describe it as a walking simulator with a gimmick, collecting orbs of light to progress through the game. The point isn’t to belittle this …

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God of War – PS4 PRO Console Unboxing

Welcome to our God of War PS4 Pro Limited Edition Unboxing. Victor has been waiting a long time to unbox this console and now that it is finally here, he is excited!

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