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Titanfall 2 Review

I am going to start this review by speaking about the mechanics of the game, while Titan Fall 2 has a solid campaign; it...

Heat Signature Review

Heat Signature, developed primarily by Tom Francis (or as I like to call him, Gunpoint Guy), is another resounding hit by the creator. While...

Forza Horizon 4: Celebrating the Car Culture

The sense of speed that the Forza series depicts is more than just immersive; it is soul-gripping and my body feels like is moving...

Slay the Spire Review

Slay the Spire is an atypical rogue-lite game cleverly disguised as a card game. While climbing the eponymous Spire, you fight monsters and bosses...

Slay the Spire Deck Builds

In order to find success, you’re going to have to have some level of consistency and synergy in your decks. Each character has their...
Minecraft Enter the Mine

Enter The Mine: A Story of Betrayal, Death, and Fire

It finally fell. After a swift 30 punches to the trunk of this tree, I was able to get away with my wooden loot....



Big Brain Academy showing the left player missing and the right player scoring points

My Four Year Old Son Just Kicked My Ass in a Videogame

  I like to think of myself as a gamer. A Dad gamer. I've built a gaming rig, bowed down at the feet of Gabe Newell,...

Nobody Saves the World | First Impressions

Nobody Saves The World is a Hack-and-Slash Action-RPG developed and published by DrinkBox Studios, and so far, it's enjoyable and full of content with a...

Monster Hunter Rise – PC Release | Review

What's the Difference between Switch and PC Releases? To be up front, the difference between the Monster Hunter Rise Switch and PC releases is mostly...
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