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Forza Horizon 4 Review

Forza Horizon 4 brings the sights and spectacle of the Horizon Festival to the shores of the UK, disturbing the peace and serenity of...

The Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode 2 Review

Telltale’s The Walking Dead: The Final Season released it’s the second episode, ‘Suffer the Children’, at a kinda awkward time considering at the same...

Super Mario Party Review

Mario has been partying hard since 1998, so hard, in fact, when the first title was released for the N64 gamers needed gloves to protect themselves from blisters! Since last year's divisive Mario Party: The Top 100, fans of the series have been worried if Super Mario Party would be a return to greatness or just another gimmick filled wiggle-fest. Spoiler Alert: Super Mario Party is Awesome!

The Surge – The Good, The Bad and The Augmented DLC...

The Surge - The Good, The Bad and The Augmented DLC just landed and I'll be completely honest... it's pretty underwhelming.

Metal Max Xeno (PS4) Review

Video games are a special medium. You can seemingly take any concept you've thought of and smash it with some sort of gameplay and you're good to go. Sometimes, concepts get used that might not lend themselves to a fun and coherent style. If you read through the foreshadowing, you'll realize that Metal Max Xeno falls into that category.

Armello – Basic Version Review (NS)

Armello is a four-player role-playing digital board game set in an anthropomorphic fantasy kingdom. The titular land of Armello is tyrannically ruled by the once noble King Tau who is perilously ill, infected with a supernatural disease, called the Rot, that plagues the people and their land, corrupting all it touches. The King has eight days left to live, and it is up to the four tribes of Armello to assemble their champions and claim the throne by any way they can.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider Review

Shadow of the Tomb Raider is a fitting conclusion to the revamp the series received back in 2013. The third installment in the, now,...

Brentwood’s House of Horror is no Tame Horror Experience

"Life begins at the edge of your comfort zone" is not a phrase I tend to pay any attention to as more than just...

Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of DuskReview

Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk is my first foray into the “dungeon crawler” RPG style. Everything you look up about this game references another title, Etrian Odyssey, which looks pretty cool and all, but I’ll tell you here and now that I’ve never played it.

Dell Inspiron 5675 (Ryzen 7) Review

Dell is probably better known for its ventures into the realm of gaming with its Alienware brand. That wasn't quite enough for the computer...

Super Street: The Game (PC) Review

Super Street: The Game is the title that, at first glance, looked like it could rekindle the racing game of old. Well, it seems to have done that, just not in the way any of us wanted.

NASCAR Heat 3 (Xbox One) Review

NASCAR Heat 3 is the latest title to bring the thrill of NASCAR to our living rooms. Despite having a bit of a stigma...

Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner – MARS Review

Those that owned a PlayStation 2 will instantly recognize the Zone of the Enders title. In the late 90's and early 2000's the allure...

NBA Live 19 (Xbox One) Review

NBA Live 19 is EA's latest entry into the world of Basketball. Always living in the shadow of 'that other' Basketball title, can NBA...
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Super Troopers 2 Review

Super Troopers 2, the latest film from comedy troupe Broken Lizard is a follow-up to their early-2000’s cult classic, Super Troopers (2001).

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