Insurgency: Sandstorm

With Insurgency: Sandstorm being the third military shooter I’ve reviewed this holiday season, I think it’s safe to say that I’m now the de facto patron saint for all that is pew pew and “oo-rah” […]

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Some of my fondest memories as a kid growing up came from playing Super Smash Bros. Brawl almost every day with two of my best friends. Those moments, for me, encapsulate what Smash used to […]

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Spyro Reignited Trilogy

There used to be a time where even the notion of remaking something adored by so many would be enough cause to light the torches and wave the pitchforks. For a lot of properties, this […]

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Blessed are the amnesiacs, for they shall inherit the earth. You think it would have been the meek, but they’re not a very assertive bunch. It also helps if you’re a mutant in these post-apocalypse […]

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11-11 Memories Retold

There have been, at a guess, more video games about war than there are stars in the universe and grains of sand on all the worlds beaches multiplied by each other and combined. Granted, most […]

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Artifact

The cards must flow. Packs to feed the beast and a marketplace to sustain it, Artifact is a leviathan that demands tribute. While it is possible to tame the nightmare, I would never call this […]

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Darksiders III

When a game franchise goes cold for six long years, it’s safe to assume that it won’t be coming back. Couple this with the collapse of THQ, and it seemed that Darksiders was doomed to […]

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It’s now been about five years since I was introduced to the Shin Megami Tensei world via Persona 4 and, while the core SMT experience is fantastic at inspiring metaphysical and moral quandaries for me […]

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Fallout 76

You know, I really wanted to like Fallout 76, and I need to be clear – I don’t hate the idea of an MMOFPS Fallout spin-off. Being able to regularly play and have fun in […]

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Farming Simulator 19

We take much of our lives for granted. So long as the Wi-Fi stays on, nobody questions the machinations behind the scenes. Water magically appears from the faucet, electricity resonates with voodoo energy from holes […]

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